Kajol On Harper’s Bazaar: (Un)Covered

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It’s not often you see Kajol on a fashion cover and while we’re excited to see her on one, not really feeling the jersey Just Cavalli gown on her.

Would’ve much rather seen the gold custom Thampi on the cover (in a different pose, of course). What say you?

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Kajol On Harper’s Bazaar June 2013


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In Nikhil Thampi


Photo Credit: Style, Twitter

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  1. Though she is a pretty face, and knowing her intellectual capability, she should have asked herself – ‘how much photoshop is too much’ the answer would be staring her in her face




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  2. I think she looks fabulous!! She’s working really hard on her appearance n trying to acquire a “look”! Her weight loss, hair dos , n outfits spell the “change”!!! What’s not to like !?!? Way to go kajol




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  3. I actually love her look on the cover – clean, minimal. It’s rather different from the way we’re used to seeing her, I guess. Personally, I love the Nikhil Thampi gown…it fits her to a T.




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  4. she is looking very nice but we all know how much photoshopped these 2 pictures are. She is quite chubby and here she looks like she has the best body in the world. This is so wrong because this makes the young teenagers believe that to look good you have to be a size 0




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  5. This is the first time i write a comment here.. Kajol looks beautiful and stunning, the fashion it self is not an A+ but she’s looking gorgeous <3 She came so far with her fashion sense in these last months and i guess she'll get there soon :D




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  6. She looks really good.

    Don’t understand the comments about photoshop since every single person in a magazine gets photoshopped, even people with perfect bodies like Deepika. The magazine would decide all that anyway. I doubt Kajol herself has control over that.




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    • Actors have complete control over it and can take the magazine to court in case of deliberate distortion of visual images. They choose not to do so and at their position of power its a cowardly move, unlike Beyonce who very recently refused to be pohotoshopped at an H&M shoot.




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  7. Ugh, the worst part of the photoshop is how ridiculously white washed she looks! Her own skin would have looked much more fabulous against the clothes that she’s wearing on the cover. Shame for Indian magazines still whitewashing everyone!!!




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    • +1. Also rather odd that both the wine and gold colours of the respective dresses look better on deeper skin tones – non-grey background and her true skin tone would have really popped on the cover. A shame, indeed. By promoting fairness products, or even simply letting magazines photoshop skin tones, these industries (film, media etc) continues to perpetuate the fairness “ideal,” even with actresses who fall right in the middle of the colour spectrum like Kajol (Vogue’s tanning of Sonam notwithstanding).




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    • Completely agree. She looks whiter than white on the cover. i find it sad !! Cant look beyond it to appreciate anything else.




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  8. Please tell me she’s playing a vampire in her next film because nothing else will justify whitewashing her tuis much! She looks breathtakingly gorgeous in the second pic!




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  9. What the BLEEP have they done to her skin color?!!! Seriously Kajol has such a nice skin color it’s so goldeny brown in real life and THIS grey white ness makes me want to PUKE. Her real skin color in these gowns would have been drool worthy. The color of these gowns – the deep wine and the gold begs for that Kardashian glow – which Kajol has in spades. Please Indian magazines STOP lightening your actresses. If I were Kajol I would sue.




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