17 Responses

  1. Monika at | | Reply

    She was the best dressed at the event… lovely summery sari

  2. Himani Joshi at | | Reply

    So apt 4 d given event..she luks very elegant..thou saree is meh!

    1. Himani Joshi at | | Reply

      *thou saree in itself is meh!

  3. BlueBells at | | Reply

    That saree is meh. And blouse looks ill-fitted and so dated. Kalki, however, still manages to look lovely.

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      +1

  4. KS at | | Reply

    lovely!!

  5. Kirsa at | | Reply

    Don’t like the saree much. Those pleats look more like frills but she looks pretty and graceful no doubt.

  6. Tanuja at | | Reply

    Not a great saree, but Kalki makes it work. Looking lovely :)

  7. PrettyCritic at | | Reply

    This is a perfect look for the ceremony. Love.

  8. FashionFauxPas at | | Reply

    The look is washed out! She looks lovely face up, though!

    1. Aust at | | Reply

      What’s left face up?

      1. jnnsmpth at | | Reply

        Haha!!

  9. tan at | | Reply

    elegant yet fashionable, fits the mood of occassion and styled perfectly.
    she looks lovely.

  10. dilorea at | | Reply

    So elegant and charming looking and dressed right for the event. I dont like the bottom half of the sari.

  11. NAQVI at | | Reply

    Im not a fan of sari to begin with but i would give it to Kalki for still looking pretty.

  12. from-chitown at | | Reply

    Elegant and totally appropriate for the event in question. The blouse has some fit issues – but she looks so pretty and charming, it doesn’t matter.

  13. Oddjig at | | Reply

    Love it. Nice to see some pastel colours with no bling n garishness. I like the frill at the bottom on the sari! Gonna try to diy that sh*t :D

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