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  1. dn at | | Reply

    Juhi for me too, even though the style is so 80s.
    How I wish Jayaprada would wear neat and simple Kanjeevarams with such heavy necklaces – she has such a gorgeous face. This styling does not do her any justice.

  2. kumar at | | Reply

    jaya aunty can u pleez give that sari to shruti hassan? its got such potential to be rock n roll ish. paired with black blouse n dark eye makeup, would make such an edgy look. love the pink black combo.

  3. Sev at | | Reply

    Really? I loved Juhi’s pink lehenga..Just as a lehnga should be..I believe its a Ritu Kumar one that she wore for a wedding earlier…Juhi makes getting older appear a breeze..

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      i agree… this is how a lehenga should be…love love love…. juhi looks breathtaking !!!

    2. KK at | | Reply

      I totally agree.. I love Juhi’s lengha and she looks amazing. That’s how you wear a lengha! Juhi looks gorgeous!

    3. Zina at | | Reply

      totally agree with Sev!

      One the one hand, everybody always keeps saying, dont follow trends, keep our own style that suits your personality. And when someone does that, they say “It’s outdated”….if it looks good on the person then…who cares?!!

      And may I add that that lehnga (I agree, most probably Ritu Kumar judging from the intricate work) looks timeless?

  4. nikki at | | Reply

    I somewhat disagree about Juhi’s lengha. I think she went back to a classic traditional look here, and it suits her. The color looks great on her (Dont even want to venture a comment on Jaya Prada’s). Its in a way a refreshing look to see a lengha done in a traditional manner. She carries it beautifully!

  5. piyali at | | Reply

    jaya prada is so lovely but why did she wear such a ghastly sari? but i do not get why one would wear a lehenga to an awards event!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Heaven at | | Reply

    Juhi appears to be wearing a chaniya choli in the old fashioned way. Sometimes it is good to see this. I like her look here, particularly compared some people’s garish appearances at these functions. Too much criticism ladies???

  7. Apeksha at | | Reply

    why would anyone wear a lehenga to an awards function?beats me!!!

    1. RC at | | Reply

      Perhaps to make use of old lehngas lying around in the closet .. lol

    2. Sev at | | Reply

      The same reason why people wear gowns to awards..Gowns are consideredelaborate outfits for festive occasions, as are rich saris and lehengas…DOn’t forget that gowns are worn at weddings in the West, where they originated, just as lehengas are in the South-East Asian area. So why can’t the latter be worn at an event formal enough to be considered a “red carpet” event?

      1. Zina at | | Reply

        I agree with sev again….:D

  8. arpitha at | | Reply

    its been long time since seen anybody wear a lehenga that style…its nice but not to awards may be to a wedding.

    its nice to see jaya in black hair she has been sporting that golden brown hair for some time and dint like it.

  9. SULPHUR at | | Reply

    wud prefer juhis over jayas ANY DAY.. though juhi looks washed out , shes way WAY better

  10. renee009 at | | Reply

    oh yes juhi’s lehenga is by ritu kumar…n she looks fab

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