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  1. $ at | | Reply

    necklace took my attention in both looks…especially in suit -.-

  2. reekmr at | | Reply

    That saari is hurting my eyes. The pop of dark red was a nice idea but that particular necklace was a bad idea.

  3. Ayesha at | | Reply

    Wow thats some serious neckwear:) she looks really lovely in both pics . Looks like a vintage benarsi saree in the first one…very nice.

  4. anne at | | Reply

    if cheekbones is not your special feature, why would you emphasize them with too much blush..

  5. Urvi at | | Reply

    love that necklace…bad make up..not floored by any of her outfits

  6. apsara77 at | | Reply

    Agree with Urvi..the necklace she’s wearing with the saree is gorgeous…but both outfits have too much gold for my liking.

  7. slc at | | Reply

    I adore her saree. She looks really nice in both actually. Fab necklace with that saree.

  8. Ladygaga at | | Reply

    Neither..only lusting for the mundane neckpiece with the silk saree

  9. Ladygaga at | | Reply

    * Kundan .. Damn you autocorrect !!

  10. Amodini at | | Reply

    That saree is very bridal (and blingy) – the kinds worn by the bride rather than a relative. She does carry it well, though.

  11. Fashion Plus Compassion at | | Reply

    How gorgeous is Madhoo in the bronze sari. For those who are saying this look is OTT, remember this is a South Indian wedding, where OTT is the norm. Also, for the first look I would have liked for her to put up her hair and add a mogra. The necklaces are gorgeous. For the Sabyasachi, I would probably have gone with turquoise accessories.

    1. calista at | | Reply

      That’s a sweeping statement and not entirely true. Among South INdians, Telugu weddings and some Malayalee communities are the ones with loaded jewellery and clothes; the Tamilians and Kannadigas usually are less dressed up and not OTT for the most part.
      Hema Malini is Tamilian and so is Madhoo so she is OTT for a Tamilian wedding!
      Please get your facts right

      1. Adara at | | Reply

        You clearly have not seen it all. There are lot of castes in Tamilnadu and yes they deck in kilos of gold . As with Brahmins, you are right, they don’t do so much bling in the wedding but then it doesn’t mean we dont wear enough gold and diamonds. Plus this is a Tamil/punjabi celebrity wedding. I don’t see any reason not to bling out.

      2. Adara at | | Reply

        Oopsie, totally forgot to add. Madhoo is a Tamilian and this is her cousin’s wedding. Of course she has all the reasons to bling out.

  12. Lola at | | Reply

    Love her in the chocolate sari…the colour suits her well and she wears it gorgeously.

  13. RDM at | | Reply

    Super love the saree – esp on her !

  14. Bedazzled at | | Reply

    She repeats the necklace:) yippee!!!! She wore the same one on a yellow red kanjeevaram for Eshas wedding… She definitely looks so glam!! Love both her looks:)

  15. calista at | | Reply

    @ Adara – You said it yourself , brahmins dont load up on the bling. ;case in point- Hema and Madhoo are Tam-bram. Clearly you haven’t seen it all either:)

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