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  1. Sweta at | | Reply

    Her fringes (that are practically into the eyes) and the inner lining of her dress needs a trim ASAP!

  2. KJ at | | Reply

    She can dress like Audrey Hepburn daily and still won’t look like her. I’m sorry to say. This is getting too much. Looks like dress-up party outfit.

    1. Anon at | | Reply

      No one can be Audrey Hepburn but every lil girl wants a lil bit of her n there’s no harm in trying. I think she looks super-cute playing dress up

      1. Srilalitha at | | Reply

        I agree with you, she played it up well

    2. Adara at | | Reply

      Yes, such a wannabe!

    3. Fashionizta at | | Reply

      Spot on Audrey Hepburn meets Elizabeth Taylor but I liked it she looks gorgeous with the Pearls

  3. sree at | | Reply

    the dress is super cute on her and the makeup is much better than before! i just wish she did a different hairstyle because this one is not working with this dress.

  4. Nisha B at | | Reply

    Thank god she’s not eyebrow-less this time. Minor grip the dress’ lining is peek-a-booing.

  5. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

    This girl really really does try hard.

    We should applaud her for putting in so much effort. She definitely wants to stand out and make a fashionable mark.

    She looks nice, but the conservative in me doesn’t approve with the shoulder strap at a red carpet evening event. She should have used the Lady Dior handles to make it feel less casual.

    1. adya at | | Reply

      Now that sounds a tad patronising – a try hard. While I do believe Kangana is a sophisticated fashionista with her own haute style, more so than Sonam Kapoor who has a team building her up and still looks “over done”.

      1. Lola at | | Reply

        Love this look and the hair style is perfect for the ensemble and I am in agreement with Adya.

      2. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

        Yes Adya, she does have her own style, true but it’s not natural, it’s not effortless, it’s almost borderline desperate-for-attention. As for Sonam, i didn’t even mention her. I like Kangna and I said she looks nice. Don’t know why these people always hating on masi!

        1. seriously at | | Reply

          maybe cause you refer to yourself in first person. and call yourself masi. :s just maybe.

  6. rhea at | | Reply

    over done… plastic….trying too hard

    1. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

      What out Rhea, Adya and Lola will be offended

  7. kara at | | Reply

    She looked good. Love the up do! And I think the lining of the dress is supposed to be seen. It’s the GQ awards, not some OTT serious event. Her look fits the event.

  8. blahbum at | | Reply

    how costumey of her. the award for the i-try-too-hard-to-be-a-fashionista- goes to kangana.. what ajoke!!

  9. Amber at | | Reply

    I like that she tries diff things but this look didn’t work for me. The previous two were much better.

  10. Senorita at | | Reply

    the hair-do does feel heavy, but I like everything below that. and super to see her repeat her pearls :P do think the black dress was best Hepburn take though.

  11. Sushmita at | | Reply

    She readily draws inspiration from the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn.
    This makes her look different, indeed, from all others in the Bollywood Anarkali Brigade. Kudos!
    However, the ‘in-your-face-cleavage’ here looks a little wannabe kind!

  12. Aa at | | Reply

    Far too much makeup. Esp the foundation.

  13. Adara at | | Reply

    That constant pout and the barbie doll dress up is getting annoying. There is this need to thrust the boobs on ones face, it doesn’t look tastefully done and to begin with they are not even ****! Ha ha.

  14. deb at | | Reply

    I like the fact that she has her own style and enjoys dressing up. Very steep evolution for her. She doesn’t have the clout or the team or even (presumably) the money of someone like Sonam…and despite that, she makes us sit up and take notice.

    1. sania at | | Reply

      I doubt money is an issue for her :/

      1. Adara at | | Reply

        Lol! I don’t think its an issue either.;)

  15. $ at | | Reply

    Is she doing any role with similar appearence?!? i mean doing same looks in such a short notice?? but i love her hair and make up

  16. Lana at | | Reply

    That fringe does not suit her! The pearls do not go. And neither does she look good. Barbie.

  17. Pallavi at | | Reply

    I dont know what you guys are talking about – she looks fab. There is only one person in Bollywood who can actually pull off this look and she rightfully did so ! Go Kangana !!

  18. Fergie at | | Reply

    The underskirt showing is a big no-no!

  19. OrangeJammies at | | Reply

    Love this look! The hair does seem a trifle OTT. It would’ve worked better with a full-length gown at a red carpet event. But I do appreciate how Ms. Ranaut plays with her fashion–she makes it fun!

  20. eclat at | | Reply

    Watch out Kangna that this Holly Gollightly avatar doesn’t spill over into real life!

  21. bj at | | Reply

    she always wear 1 or 2 size small ..haha funny, desperate it looks. I so miss the old Kangna of Gangster days ..

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      I agree. She usually wears clothes a size smaller. I think she looks good otherwise.

      1. bj at | | Reply

        totally … somebody plz go help her :) ..

  22. Lolly at | | Reply

    She rocks the black dress and perls and looks so stoic in it love the look on her . Please never play it safe , this is so you ripping through the clothes look and there is definite challenge in the eyes. Loved this bit

  23. Dips at | | Reply

    1. The shoes. Oh the shoes! You cant wear black pumps with a red dress.
    2. The hair- its not the ’50s anymore!
    3. The dress: She needs to wear clothes that match her age. This is more like a teenager.
    4. Whats with the bag?

    The Dior neck piece is lovely.

  24. pinkbucket at | | Reply

    She is a star and using her license rightly to do just about anything! Im bowled over..love the bouffant the dress the neckpiece..full marks to her!

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