40 Responses

  1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

    Gwwddd..their complexion has become ten shades lighter!

    1. Aarti jogia at | | Reply

      I know right. Any lighter and they will resemble Rhea kapoors sari from MM’s birthday party.:-)

      1. mansi radri at | | Reply

        So True. LOL

      2. Moni Pal at | | Reply

        Lol. Couldn’t agree more!

    2. Ashwini at | | Reply

      +1 wonder what these stars and star kids do to turn so many shades lighter though. They are unrecognizable from a few years ago

      1. mansi radri at | | Reply

        These girls, specially the younger one underwent a huge transformation and I don’t meant only the skin color.

        1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

          Yes. I noticed too but refrained from commenting as I know it would be moderated. I can see some major changes in elder one too!

  2. Michu at | | Reply

    The girls are so groomed and glamorous! And they are not even 20. Some hot legs there

  3. Senorita at | | Reply

    quite taken with Khushi’s resemblance to Rhea Kapoor!

    1. Prerna at | | Reply

      I thought she looked like Arjun kapoor.

      1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

        Thats exactly I thought!

  4. tan at | | Reply

    how old are these two again?
    they are trying to act 10 yrs older than they are
    Khusi looks a mix of young Sridevi and Rhea Kapoor.

    Like khusis dress, makeup and jhanvis shoes and clutch

  5. Nikita at | | Reply

    I prefer Kushi’s dress to Janhvi’s. Janhvi’s dress felt too short to me.

  6. Sweta at | | Reply

    I thought you guys don’t feature kids. That’s what you wrote recently for a post involving Aamir, Kiran, and their son.

    1. prep-y at | | Reply

      I have at least seen JHanvi’s pictures all over the internet and she seems quite active on instagram. I wasn’t surprised by them being featured here.

  7. Aarti jogia at | | Reply

    In the family picture
    Sridevi is thinking: ” i wish my designer heels were visible” Jhanvi : “thank God i am not standing next to Khushi else no one would notice my legs”
    Khushi: “I hope i am nailing the one leg forward pose”
    And Boney : “GET ME OUTTA HERE”

  8. Aashi at | | Reply

    Lovee lovee Jhanvi’s dress I think it’s really glamorous and sexy!

  9. slc at | | Reply

    Jhanvi looks better.

  10. Shiny Object at | | Reply

    Khushi looks exactly like Sridevi’s niece Maheshwari.

  11. Lalitha at | | Reply

    I think the hemlines are waaay to short for them; the hemlines are fine for someone how is say 25 but not for the under 20 set. The hemlines make the outfits look tacky; Jhanvi’s outfit is on the trashy side. Sridevi looks fab in her sari.

  12. vas at | | Reply

    Precocious much? the younger one is barely 16! At that age I hadn’t even discovered eyebrow shaping, waxing, blow-drying my hair, let alone wearing such dresses. When will star parents let kids be kids! sigh

    1. trupsster at | | Reply

      I so agree with you. The girl on the right: way too much!

    2. KK at | | Reply

      She’s just 16?! WHOA! She looks so much older. Seriously – what is wrong with these star parents?!

    3. Khushi at | | Reply

      I don’t think it’s just star kids. There are a lot of 12-13 yr old kids who wax and shape their eyebrows. Maybe it’s peer pressure or something.

    4. Moni Pal at | | Reply

      +100! On one hand we have Alia Bhatt who has raw appeal and looks so natural. These girls look so processed, that too when they are just in their teens!

  13. kamar jahan at | | Reply

    jhanvi rocks it!

  14. trupsster at | | Reply

    Oh gosh Jhanavi and Khushi look hideous! They are still teenagers; why not dress up with a spunk, with an attitude? These dresses are for people in their 20s and over; they are too too young to wear these. As vas says, I too hadn’t discovered eyebrow shaping or even had any pocket money during teenage years! I understand that times are changing, but kids should be kids! There is a lot of time to act grown up and mature later!

  15. SN at | | Reply

    The girls are gorgeous and will only get more beautiful with each passing day. I agree about letting kids be kids but then again, I look at my 16 year old and the couple of opps she gets to dress up in a year (homecoming and school dance), she goes all out and looks like these girls. Its the age to want to dress up and when you have access to the best of the best, then I would think this is inevitable. I for one, know that it is not easy to convince teens to dress down or enjoy their childhood years, they are in too much of a rush to grow and we want them to be little forever. :)

  16. Kevin Carville at | | Reply

    As with everything else with India these days, Indian teens seem to be trying to ape American teens.

    1. katy at | | Reply

      With all due respect, suggesting that all American teens are likely to dress in skimpy clothes is an amazingly prejudiced point of view . None of my nieces, the college students I mentor or the babysitters that watch my daughter would be caught dead looking like this. On the contrary, most American teens are amazingly well-dressed, well-behaved and despite the common perception, don’t “party” at school or otherwise. Many are too busy with school and other activities that are necessary to get them into college and professional life to be bothered. I don’t think it is fair to paint an entire country with one paintbrush.

      These girls are most likely dressed this way because they want to enter the movie industry – I believe at least one of them is soon to be launched. You can let kids be kids if they are intent on being kids, but if they are intent on becoming “adults” by virtue of the fact that they are entering the workforce (in a large way, not just a newspaper route or babysitting gig), you have to let them pretend to be adults – the industry they are entering demands this, and you just have to watch a Bollywood movie to appreciate the skimpiness of outfits etc. Just because this appears on the Indian screen does not imply that this is the norm in India either.

      1. Charu at | | Reply

        Agree with Katy 100%
        I find the Indian kids raised in India more westernized than the American kids who are maligned for their western outlook.

      2. Kevin Carville at | | Reply

        Thank you for your response, Katy. Having lived in multiple cities across the US, I mostly agree with your assessment that most American teens do not dress like this, however, some do and these are the ones who are spotlighted and media-beamed all over the world, seemingly causing some unusual influence in developing countries like India. That was my only point. Thx-

  17. deb at | | Reply

    Hahaha. I guess people who are commenting they are not dressing their age either don’t have children or don’t notice how teens dress up these days . It’s not about aping the west either . It’s normal behaviour for anyone of their age to dress like this . Their idols dress up like that . Their style influencers dress up like that . Their counterparts across the world dress up like that . So this in totality is how the present generation dresses up . Open your eyes people .

  18. prep-y at | | Reply

    Jhanavi is to be launched very soon in movies as per the gossip! So I can see why she would dress as such. Yes it’s a little short for my taste and I somehow like Khushi’s overall look.

  19. Eva at | | Reply

    I don’t care how old anyone is. I’m going to restrict my judgement to the clothes alone and OH MY, how HIDEOUS is Jhanvi’s dress! (Again, I’m talking about the dress and not her). So incredibly tacky and garish! My eyes!

  20. The Pizza Ghoul at | | Reply

    Well I don’t expect them to look any different coming from a film background, plus a lot of teens dress like this. Maybe the hemlines are tad too short but it is what it is. I do like Khushi’s dress more.

  21. oddjig at | | Reply

    couldnt care less bout who they are or their age but the dresses are ugly as hell and sooo cookie cutter. would just end up getting lost in the sea of glittery dresses

  22. Nandini Vishwanath at | | Reply

    Can you pls change the daughter’s to daughters? Thank you :)

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