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We’ll try and ignore the subtle matching of the belt with the chooda (the wedding bangles) but how do we ignore the denim sandwich and the hairstyle that would be better suited on a five-year-old?

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Isha Koppikar at Bosco-Caesar Event


Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

67 COMMENTS

  1. OH MAN!!!!!! THOSE CHUDAS!!
    How long is she supposed to wear them? I wish she had worn a traditional outfit, a simple churidaar would’ve done the trick.




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        • come on girls give her a break… I mean just look at her smile… she looks so happy…

          she looks like a newly-wed girl who never wears western clothes but is wearing this because her dear hubby wanted her to wear it while on their honeymoon and is happily posing for pics taken by her dear hubby…

          she is in her own world now…




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          • hahah yes she is in her own world now. She looks so CUTE though.. and even though she is dressed in an abominably childish outfit, I must say… she pulls it off better than Katrina Kaif. It’s def a wtheyy… but she looks so gosh darn cute. N how gorgeous is her face??!! Looks like she barely has any makeup on and her features are just stunning.




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  2. Ye Kya ho raha hai? And where is that pink/piping lover? I think only he can salvage this look …. (By committing a bigger fashion faux pa than this and making this look better in comparison)




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  3. That is just horrendous! I don’t understand why women wear western outfits with chudas!! They look so moronic. Why can’t they stick to traditional wear if they MUST wear chudas? Or take the goddamn chudas off if you’re going western. Combining chudas with western is disgusting. Not to mention Isha Koppikar looks worse than a pre-schooler.




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    • Sorry but I do think its not appropriate to use the words goddmann with the chuda. It has religious and emotional sentiments for punjabis and you better respect that. A lot of girls (including me) have worn chudas with western and be able to carry it well so refrain from using such words. And before making a comment, know the history behind the chuda – I actually appreciate the fact that Isha is respecting the tradtions of your in-laws and following it so well – the way she is dressed up is a separate matter.




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    • I dont think Aishwarya has anything against Chudas… its just it looks ridiculous with western clothing (not matter how many ppl think they carried it well **roll eyes**)
      One has to understand that this a “fashion blog” and all view are on that perspective.




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      • That’s like saying a Kirpan looks ridiculous with western clothing, or a Hijab looks ridiculous with western clothing, or even saying that Henna/Mehndi looks ridiculous with western clothing. I don’t think it looks ridiculous with western clothing at all. I see it all the time in England, Canada and the US and I’ve printed lots of honeymoon pics where I’ve seen women rock it out in Cancun and Hawaii as well. It is a “fashion” blog but certain things are out of the realm of fashion and shouldn’t be commented on.




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        • Then why are we missing Sindhoor and bindis in this picture, isnt that like the the mark of every married women in terms of tradition?? We dont wear it when i pull out a denim and shirt because it doesnt go well.
          I am sure the opinion of very few is not going to stop women from wearing chudas… its just an opinion.




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  4. I think choodas can be worn with western outfits and henna as well, dont make it so outright criminal to combine Indian with western. Thats just plain ridiculous!




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    • Well Anon, mixing ethnic and western if done tastefully looks good.. but this choodas with jeans looks hideous… Would you say, wear blue jeans , a yellow top and accesorise with yellow traditional bangles ??…




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    • @Anon… By and large chooda and western outfits dont gel.. it would be the equivalent of wearing western boots over a chudidaar (in my books at least)




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  5. Was this pic taken when she just rolled out of bed?? even then it is inexcusable.Its a statement ” hey I got married ! what do I have to dress for anymore.”




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  6. what’s wrong with going easy some times? don’t u agree that dressing up and looking all dolled up is becoming the norm and is actually so fake? what happened to simplicity? an indian woman has to wear chudas for a period of time.. and if she is happy mix matching ethhic rituals with western attires.. whats your problem folks?




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    • Completely, copletely agree-as u can see, this is a no make up look… either she is wearing this before getting to the ‘event outfit’ or is just a very casual appearance as her shoes suggest. If one is required to wear a chooda for at least 40 days, one cannot just stop wearing Western outfits!! I find some of these comments very silly. Sure her Denim waistcoat is very silly, but this picture should not have been posted




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    • I think most of us have a problem with her clothes, not the chuda. Like what the heck – that’s the worst of late 80’s/early 90’s fashion. Who wears that sort of clothes anymore? unless she was trying to bring back the worst of 80’s.




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    • I understand she may have to wear chuddas for a certain period of time and doesn’t want to wear Indian stuff all through. However, I can’t overlook the belt, the vest and that baby clip. I am also not in favor of the dolled up look but there’s always a right way to go casual.




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    • I agree – I mean dressing up all the time probably can get to anyone and there is no harm in expermenting – you win some you loose some




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    • there’s nothing wrong with going simple. but if you know you’re going to an event and you’re going to be photographed, don’t wear ill fitting jeans, a vest that looks like a five year old designed and stitched it, trainers that your grand mom probably wears with her sari to jog, and hair that’s been done by your 5 year old niece.




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    • no problems with simplicity……jeans with a white shirt and hair pulled up ( WITHOUT the pink clip) and choodas…. not a single person would have uttered a word….coz thats simplicity….now this right here…THIS is plain horror!!




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  7. THIS is HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORIBLE
    it’s not about “dressing down” because it’s possible to mix bangles with western clothes ,…BUT THIS
    It’s like 80’s in the direction fashion is not going in




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  8. while i agree that the outfit is terrible (didn’t denim on denim get banned like in the early 90s…hehe)…i don’t think she should be completely faulted for wearing her choodas with what she’s wearing
    i didn’t take off my wedding bangles for the first few days and i couldn’t quite wear indian clothes every where i went (including my honeymoon)
    i appreciate her sticking with tradition and sentiment




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  9. NEVER – EVER- WEAR- ACID- WASHED- DENIM!

    I think the assualt on my senses would have been less severe if she wore the exact same stuff… just atleast in a dark wash.

    But really, this chuda thing and little girl clip and badly fitting jacket and sneakers thing is too preschool. where was she going? To the grocery store?




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  10. ok, you can add this right next to that “clown” lady. I can’t get her out of my head, that clown has given me a “Memory burn” of the wrong kind.




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  11. I personally want to appreciate ppl wearing choodas to stick to tradition but it looks unbearably tacky and ugly when worn with western clothes.




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  12. I have to say as a Punjabi that I agree that the choodas must be worn… However I also agree that they look ridiculous with Western wear.

    It is not different from a south indian or UP woman wearing ‘Bindi’ and mangasutra and – I know many Punjabis who would not have an problem ridiculing them for wearing those with western wear.

    So my verdict is it is ridiculous to wear such bangles on jeans.




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  13. Wow I’m so mad at everyone saying that chudas look tacky with western clothes?! I mean.. I just don’t get it. I think her outfit in general is tacky, yes, but the chudas have nothing to do with it. I’m glad she’s rocking em out. Go Isha!




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    • Sharin, the fact remains that this particular set of wedding choodas are too much and the color combo doesn’t lend itself well to wearing with western clothes. I will change my mind when I see someone wearing these specific choodas well with westerns..

      Another thing is noone’s opposed to Isha’s religious or other sentiments. she could just wear patiala salwars until the time period is up and she can take the choodas off right? That woudl be really traditional. I don’t think traditionally, punjabi women wear jeans and sneakers post-wedding? You can’t argue with an opinion!!




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  14. AND SHE IS SUPPOSED TO BE THE “ISHQ SAMUNDAR GAL”….A NICE SIMPLE KAMEEZ WOULD HAVE BEEN APT WITH THOSE CHUNKY BANGLES….

    THIS ONE IS SURELY A WTHEY…




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  15. I mean she’s soo cute..who cares about the clothes? Oh okie, she should’ve worn something traditional lol, she’s so pretty even sans make up though, natural beauty.




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  16. i have nothing against wearing chuda with western outfits… infact it looks very fashionable if done well.
    we wudnt have noticed the chuda had her entire outfit been better… much better… Much MUCH better…
    i get that she’s tryin to do the “girl next door” type of a look… but isha isha isha … the girl next doot has progressed way beyond the denims.
    and those hair – thats what i do with my hair right before i start clearning the house!




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