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  1. sree at | | Reply

    They look amazing in both outfits. In love with that Sabyasachi sari.

  2. apoorva at | | Reply

    That sabya sari and blouse are spectacular!

  3. Sylviana at | | Reply

    They both look good in both the events!! And its Jayam guys, not Kayam ..:)

  4. Avani at | | Reply

    Most handsome couple in Tamil movie industry. Jayam Ravi looks great in both. She looks lovely in the saree and gorgeous in the gown. Aarti has great taste ( as seen from the arm candy & of course her style sensibilities;)).

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      Btw his name is Ravi. Jayam was the first movie he acted in and so the name Jayam Ravi. Do cover Dulquer & his wife from GQ event.

  5. Fashion4pas at | | Reply

    She looks stunning in the sari.

    1. tan at | | Reply

      the saree is also beautiful and she draped it nicely.

      sometimes the best way to do fashion is to leave the classic unharmed

  6. TJ at | | Reply

    the saree look is gorgeous! When I’m getting married.. I’m going to copy something like that of sabyasachi :P

  7. Frf at | | Reply

    btw , his name is not Jayam, it is Ravi. He calls himself Jayam Ravi cos his first movie Jayam was a hit

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      i was going to write the same.. its funny how it has become “his name” now.

  8. Pssst at | | Reply

    What is with the trouser length that Indian men cant get it right. Phone in the pocket?

  9. Mehnaz at | | Reply

    How pretty does she look in that sari! Beautiful!

  10. Katy at | | Reply

    Do not like the gown at all. Reminds me of table cloth/curtains and I don’t care for the earrings. They look costumey at best, but I could just not be seeing them correctly. Dare is lovely, and she looks great.

    His suits are horribly fitting, especially if the top one is custom made. There should always be half an inch of linen (shirt sleeve) showing, and the trouser cuffs are way too long. The grey jacket is much too short and both jacket and pants are too tight.

  11. Hansini at | | Reply

    She looks like a tiny exquisite princess. And she rocks both looks. But that Sabysachi saree is really cheap looking. The lace on it is really tawdry and ugly and straight out of Mangaldas market.

  12. poorni at | | Reply

    She looks so gorgeous! The Sabya look is such a winner.
    Please also feature Malayalam actor Dulquer and his wife Amaal from the GQ awards!! They looked gorgeous

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      I have requested for the same in my comment. :P Dulquer. <3

  13. Melange at | | Reply

    She looks fantastic in the beautiful red saree! Love the sari, jewelry and makeup.
    The guy on the other hand, needs to lose the mustache and get a better fitting suit. Gaaah Indian men, step it up and catch up with the ladies already.

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      He can’t lose his mustache. They wont accept him in the South movies. Man = Mustache. Lol! The only actor who can afford to do that was/is The legend – Kamalhaasan. But then who can stop him. :D

      1. Melange at | | Reply

        True but there are a lot of guys in the South who have had enough sense to ditch the facial hair especially in Tamil and Telugu.

        1. Ffkf at | | Reply

          Plus 1; Ravi has acted in many movies without his mustache or maybe with a light stubble. If he has such prominent facial hair, it is likely for a specific role. Please don’t stereotype South Indian men; they effortlessly transition from clean shaven to twirly staches (and not just kamal; vikram, ajith, dhanush, surya, maddy)

          1. HJ at |

            Yeah many men in South movies act without mustache. What’s the big deal in it? It’s very common.

        2. Avani at | | Reply

          Lol. There are some exceptions to the norm. But remember the movies which they acted without mustache were mostly never a hit. Maddy had his hit movies but never got successful. In all these years the number of movies he has done in Tamil is meagre. Vikram got his break only after Sedhu. Danush was only 16 when he came into industry and he has had his mustache always after his popularity. No stereotyping, I am from Kerala but I am more a Tamil movie buff than Malayalam. Compared to Malayalam movie industry of course Tamil movies are much better in terms of Mustache must. That is also because Tamil movie industry encourage actors (heros) from all other regions to act in their industry. Mainstream heros always sport a mustache. People like Abbas, Shaam never became popular though all their first movies were a hit because of the lack of facial hair – they were considered too vanilla to be a Tamil movie hero.

        3. Avani at | | Reply

          Cant talk much about Telugu movies but afaik the only mass hero there constantly without a mustache is only Mahesh Babu. In Tamil movies, very few act without a mustache that too only in movies which calls for it. Otherwise they all always sport a mustache irl. From the then Mgr to Rajnikant to now Vijay, every main stream hero always sports a mustache. Ajit became popular only when he added pounds and kept his mustache. Lol. Abbas, Shaam all packed their bafs off because they seemed too baby faced ( read as clean shaven) for a movie hero.

  14. slc at | | Reply

    That green blouse and saree…just gorgeous.

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