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  1. $ at | | Reply

    Soo much better than her past two three outings…

  2. KJ at | | Reply

    Wow! My mind = blown!

  3. Janice at | | Reply

    She looks good.

  4. rs at | | Reply

    Stunning. She looks like a dream.

  5. amy at | | Reply

    Devion aur Sajano kuch hi samay mein hum mumbai ke hawaiade par pahucenge ;)

    Nice relaxed look, hair and make-up done rather well

  6. nisha b at | | Reply

    Love the 3rd picture. She looks nice, kinda corporate looking in a way.

  7. Shalini at | | Reply

    “Namaskar! Welcome to Air India. Your seat is one the third row.”

    PS: Love that saree and that face. Blame it all on the hair.

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  8. nids at | | Reply

    kajol proves she has one of the most naturally beautiful faces in the indian film industry..

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  10. praneeta at | | Reply

    When a woman wears a Saree and pins it up… Wears her hair in a bun… Why does everyone end up bashing her for the air-hostess vibe … This is standard Indian way to dressing up for most ladies….our moms do it… Our teachers do it… working women who wear sarees do it….
    .. Maybe celebs aren’t supposed to do it!

    1. Ankita at | | Reply

      Agreed. Given she’s attending an even hosted by a Government official’s wife, she’s perfectly dressed. This is how working women dress, and Kajol has done immensely well.

  11. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    She finally is wear something elegant and not made to look cookie-cutter clone where everyone looks the same.

  12. gowri at | | Reply

    I thought this was an abraham and thakore saree

  13. Pallad at | | Reply

    She looks like my mom! :) This is how my mom dresses up work. I miss her now

  14. thana at | | Reply

    Not the air hostess vibe at all,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,This is the Indian woman in a corporate/govt official /teacher vibe………..Loved it so much

  15. Amodini at | | Reply

    She does look nice. Have to agree with the air-hostess/teacher/working-woman/mom vibe – she does exude it. Nothing wrong with that, except that as a celeb, she would/should stand out. And she doesn’t here.

  16. jenn at | | Reply

    looks more like an aunty than like an actress.

    1. rs at | | Reply

      what in heaven’s name does that mean? an actress = a person who is capable of portraying other people or an artist who adopts different persona on screen. how does one dress like an “actress”??? i dislike the auntyji comment because it is often used when someone dresses traditionally or when someone does NOT wear skin tight, short clothes with poker straight hair. We need to get over this bias.

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  18. ax at | | Reply

    she looks like she will serve everyone tea or coffee .. like an air india hostess or maybe even direct traffic at a signal! fail – in my opinion!

    1. aritra at | | Reply

      I blame it all on PnP for allowing such comments.
      I mean, this is exactly why Western cinema will grow. Western Fashion will be flourishing. Western Culture will be negotiable.
      But India will be exactly the same.
      With the same kind of under 25 actresses running around the tree, to the same kind of 50+ actors running behind them. And that would be all to make Indian audience and Indian Box Office happy.

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