34 Responses

  1. Sup at | | Reply

    Stunning… Yes, a lighter lip would have been perfect.

    1. Parul at | | Reply

      +100

  2. Avani at | | Reply

    She looks like she bathed in flour. And strangely this all that shimmer & sheer is just aging her.

    1. Ss at | | Reply

      Err what? That’s her complexion; not a foundation that’s two shades too light. She looks regal.

      1. Cjdjd at | | Reply

        She is light skinned, we get that; and yet somehow she looks like she was dusted with a lot of talcum powder or some really Cakey foundation in some unnatural color. Light skinned Indians do not have the same skin tone as Caucasians ; the former have golden and yellowish undertones to their skin and the latter have pinkish and reddish undertones to their skin; so it is important to use some foundation which takes this into account instead of generally picking the whitest shade of makeup available with non Indian brands

        1. Avani at | | Reply

          Bang on! I mentioned flour because because that is what it looks like. And completely agree, everyone can tell that she is fair than the usual brown desi skin but definitely not how the Caucasians, Persians or the far east Asian (Japanese) kind of light skin tones are. These ladies always try to not match the foundation closer to their skin tone and choose the ones which are much lighter.

          1. Ss at |

            Avani and CJdjd: If that were the case, her arms and neck would look very different from her face. Which is clearly not happening. So yeah, there’s no talcum or flour makeup going on here.

        2. NB at | | Reply

          This is completely not true! Not all Indians have yellow undertones. I being one with fair complexion and pink undertones, can vouch for that.

          1. Ss at |

            Tell me about it. Kashmiris(including men) have a fair complexion with pink undertones.

        3. Melange at | | Reply

          Digressing slightly from the debate here, but Caucasians doesn’t include only white people. Indians are also grouped under Caucasian in racial classifications, having descended from around the Caucuses mountains and having similar skeletal structure. Just say white when you want to refer to white people, not “Caucasians”.

    2. ak at | | Reply

      I think it’s the camera/flash – you can see in the last set of photos that she does not look whitewashed (i.e., normal makeup).

  3. Fashionvibe at | | Reply

    Agree about the lip colour but she looks amazing.

  4. Unda Murgi at | | Reply

    This could have been a great look had it not been for the makeup.

  5. Sapphire at | | Reply

    Gorgeous neck piece. She looks nice.

  6. Ik at | | Reply

    It’s nice that she repeats her necklaces.

  7. Saira at | | Reply

    She looks like desi version of Tom Hiddleston
    Not working for me one bit.

    1. Asha at | | Reply

      Oh gosh now I cannot unsee that!!!!

  8. Maya at | | Reply

    She needs some stud earrings, it looks incomplete as if she forgot her earrings especially with such a traditional look.

  9. Himani at | | Reply

    It is nt frequent wn v gt to c Kangana in full traditional avatar..bindi, gajra n all..thou she luks beautiful bt seems as if she is dressed up 4 sum pooja or marriage..Isn’t dat too much for said campaign’s video? A simple kurta set or evn a jeans n t-shirt wud hv luked better!

  10. Ns at | | Reply

    I love sabyasachi sarees. I love this saree too. But i hate that silver fringe on the pallu.

  11. Tanvi at | | Reply

    Looks good.

  12. FashionFauxPas at | | Reply

    @Saira – LOL! Can’t get over the Tom Hiddleston comparison :) . I find the look a bit garish and OTT for Swacch Bharat campaign. She looks lovely, but maybe for a traditional event!

  13. Karishma at | | Reply

    I think she looks elegant.

  14. Melange at | | Reply

    Wow stunning! So beautiful and so Indian!

  15. Ritika at | | Reply

    eeks! Complete makeup fail

  16. donkey at | | Reply

    Lovely saree. Liking the tassels as well. She’s looking nice.

  17. from-chitown at | | Reply

    I don’t like the saree… technically this should work, but something about it is not working. Not that she looks bad but I think the color of the saree and the make up and washing her out.

    1. The Pizza Ghoul at | | Reply

      + 1, I can’t put my finger on it but I don’t like this look.

  18. Robert at | | Reply

    Exudes that old world charm. Very elegant. This is one Sabyasachi sari I have no issues with.

  19. Akanksha at | | Reply

    Very pretty. But this look really should have been saved for a wedding.

  20. Najmun Nissa at | | Reply

    Love the saree but the sooil sport is the lip color and that necklace.. They both should’ve been given a miss , she could’ve worn jhumkis to complete the look!

  21. thatgirlinpink at | | Reply

    She looks stunning!

  22. Sara at | | Reply

    She looked amazing
    Nth to fault here
    It was a deal breaker .. The lips were perfect !!

  23. Shwetha at | | Reply

    ooooooh stunning!!!!

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