41 Responses

  1. athira at | | Reply

    Did she just walk out of guzaarish??

    1. fashionvictim at | | Reply

      exactly what i thought

    2. Anon at | | Reply

      …that or inspired by rekha from “kaisi paheli…”
      Anyways, neither one is working for her…

    3. wtf? at | | Reply

      hahahahaha. man, you took the words out my mouth!

      1. Nirja at | | Reply

        She is way too overdressed for the UN.

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  2. Amber at | | Reply

    The sari is ok but that flower looks ridiculous!!! For the UN is much prefer her other look.

    1. RM at | | Reply

      Saree is ok? it is best suited for cemeteries.

  3. Tehi at | | Reply

    Like her better in the Ranna Gill…..the Sabya look’s too theatrical for me.

  4. PrabalGurungFanClub at | | Reply

    The first one is the Black Wool Crepe Sheath with Metallic and Neon Tweed Inserts from Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2013 Collection. Sarah Jessica Parker wore that dress when she appeared in Glee.

  5. Rash at | | Reply

    Oh she looks wow in the prabal gurung!! Wish for a full length!

    1. Rash at | | Reply

      Hey just remembered, it’s the same look Jennifer Lawrence wore for the AFI awards.

  6. eclat at | | Reply

    That rose is ridiculous. She’s at the UN, for Chrissake, not on the beach or at a flamenco party. Completely inappropriate. Like Amber says, I wish she’d worn the Prabal Gurung instead of that lace saree.

    1. AM at | | Reply

      Its the Lifebuoy colour:-) Seriously tacky.

      sigh cant these folk do anything without being associated with a brand. Like first being part of a campaign for ensuring running water….

      1. eclat at | | Reply

        Like talking at Columbia or the UN is going to make kids in Dharavi wash their hands more often.
        I wish they would take the example of Matt Damon who actually walks his talk, no “sponsors” needed. He’s his own ambassador, and he gets stuff done, period.

  7. sree at | | Reply

    the rose with the sari looks plain dumb to be honest and the ranna gill outfit looks amazing on the model but very underwhelming on kajol.

  8. Ashes of Roses at | | Reply

    The look in black is Tactastic!! Makes her look like the 60s filmy mummys. The Rana Gill look is so fresh!

  9. Krina at | | Reply

    OMG.. Love the Prabal dress. so pretty! Sabya saree is what we have seen number of times in the past, nothing new

  10. drhope at | | Reply

    How to dress up for UN summit on saving children?
    black net sari-check
    messy side bun-check
    red rose on hair-check

  11. Paroma at | | Reply

    I love the Prabal Gurung dress. It looks good with a belt on the model – wish Kajol had added one.

    The look in the black sari is altogether too theatrical for an UN event.

  12. hmm at | | Reply

    to answer your question, no she doesn’t look great in the sabya.. far from it

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  13. dn at | | Reply

    When she looked so good in Prabal Gurung, why did she have to wear such a saree with that silly rose??? So inappropriate for the event.

  14. Dits at | | Reply

    Love the P Gurung look.

  15. kara at | | Reply

    The Prabal Gurung outfit is great! Pity about her (almost) unibrow! The uni is definitely out! The black outfit look is a mess.

  16. neha at | | Reply

    The flower is totally unnecessary

  17. Swati at | | Reply

    I understand that it’s wonderful to see Indian celebs wearing ethnic wear at international events (think Nandita Das, Sharmila Tagore etc.) but I much prefer her in the Prabal Gurung. She looks fresh, clean and natural there. The black sari-red lip-red flower is so jarring and inappropriate.

  18. Fashionizta at | | Reply

    I looked at her in P&G n thought Ms. Rai look n learn n then I saw Kajol in Sabaya n thought O don’t bother

  19. $ at | | Reply

    Love the prabal look…nice dress

  20. khushboo at | | Reply

    i disagree with u Payal. i think she looks better in Prabal gurung. the only good abt the sabya look makeup n nails..saree is okayish! may be too monotonous..! but yeah she does look lovely!!

  21. slc at | | Reply

    Love the Prabul dress. She actually looks quite nice in the saree. It’s the hair and flower that kills it. Love those bangles. Ash would have rocked this look.

  22. Neharika at | | Reply

    I disagree. She looks better in the Prabal Gurung look

  23. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I actually love her in both looks. And i think the flower is ok too.

  24. Please at | | Reply

    This is ridiculous. Apart from the fact that this whole black net sari and flower in the hair look is tacky on its own, the fact that she wore it while giving a speech at the UN amazes me. I’m all for Indian celebs wearing Indian designers whenever they go abroad for an event, but it just reeks of insecurity when they call up their designers for an event that has actually nothing to do with how they look, but is more of what an impact their Bollywood name can make. If you see celebs like Angelina Jolie and others who do major work with the UN, they already know their place and role and don’t land up wearing a Versace gown to scream that I’m an actress. If she had worn a cotton sari and was normal, it would have looked so much more appropriate.

  25. JUSTAGIRL at | | Reply

    Kajol – Please look at Angelina Jolie….learn to dress for the event! This is a formal event. Why not dress as the event demands? Too filmy!

  26. RM at | | Reply

    Sabyasachi is a brilliant designer but he has a very limited range. Stylists just go by his name. His clothes and accessories have its own place and purpose. One can not wear them to Cannes or UN.
    Kajol is looking ridiculous in that black ensemble. looks like she will break into flamenco number in the middle of her speech. :-)

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