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  1. Sonia at | | Reply

    That purple dress looks fabulous on her!

  2. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I agree. A Make in India event deserved a Indian designer’s outfit…

  3. Asha at | | Reply

    The purple dress is nice…the pink one looks too costumey.

  4. donkey at | | Reply

    She looks gorgeous in the purple brocade one.

  5. Sylviana at | | Reply

    Kangana looks fabulous in both looks but I don’t understand why she seems to be in no mood to dress down when the occasion begs for it.

  6. Melange at | | Reply

    Love the purple dress and she looks ethereal in it!
    Not talking about this dress but as far as clothes go, aren’t many clothes “Made in India” already. Although “Make in India” might not want to include sweatshops in their fold haha ;)

  7. BlueBells at | | Reply

    What a fabulous and regal vintage vibe that look in purple dress gives! I would change her pumps though to something solid coloured & earrings to large diamond studs but not that as is, they look bad. I’m glad she doesn’t give those flimsy Kareena-ish and Alia-ish pouts to photogs! She never ever does that and brightens everything with that cheery smile! <3 Like the second look as well. That headband looks so cute on her! :)

    May sound like bad, but Pic 4, that cleavage looks great! :D She shows cleavage and never looks vulgar!

  8. Nkb at | | Reply

    Trust Kangana to over ride the dress code, she will probably to go the Oscars in dhoti chappal :p

  9. Mrsa at | | Reply

    And she didn’t think she should wear Indian for a Make in India Event.

    1. slc at | | Reply

      My thoughts exactly! Nevertheless she looks good otherwise.

    2. AD at | | Reply

      Seriously! Her dressing is consistently *not* event appropriate!

  10. lizzy at | | Reply

    She looks fab in both.

  11. Ik at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful indeed but was she trying to rebel the Make in India concept

  12. Unda murgi at | | Reply

    I am ready to see Kangana in something other than “pant suits” and “frocks”.

  13. Kari at | | Reply

    She gets plenty of opportunities to wear other designers. Should have gone with an Indian designer for this event. Kinda beats the purpose of attending “Make in India” event wearing a western designer.

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