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  1. angl at | | Reply

    “nice” thats it?! Man, I wanna live in the place where you live where such gorgeousness is considered just nice.

    1. Shreya at | | Reply

      Well, considering she’s a celebrity, expectations are bound to be raised. That is just a average looking sari, so I agree. Living in Dallas I can definitely say I’ve seen way nicer sarees at parties than these designer ones. She is a pretty lady indeed but the sari isn’t that great so the end result is just “nice”. :-)

  2. Éclat at | | Reply

    There’ve been plenty of God- awful sarees on this site; this about ranks at the top of them all.

    1. Saya at | | Reply

      Well said!

  3. Adara at | | Reply

    Another day. Another aunty in a tacky Sari and an one boob show. *smh*

    1. Mira at | | Reply

      Another day, another pathetic, ageist comment.

      1. Adara at | | Reply

        Aw. Another day. Another BH! lol

    2. AM at | | Reply

      You do realise its your comments that appear like the catty aunty next door?!

    3. Annie at | | Reply

      Agree with you! This is not my fashion fix!
      Please bring back some fashionable women. I don’t mind looking at pics of women that are not as well known as long as they are fashionable.

      1. AM at | | Reply

        Curious as to what is fashionable? You do realise that for a majority of Indian women, who may or may not be commenting on HHC, this is fashionable? Its an aesthetic that is particular to India and common enough on its streets. If anything, you have to at least be grateful for the fact that something else exists outside of the pages of Vogue and other high fashion magazines dictating the look of this season. And keep in mind that Vogue even today is wholly designed for white girls. Of a certain kind.

        I am not in the least bit a fan of this look. But that’s my personal choice. If one is truly interested in fashion, one has to leave aside one’s own personal preferences. The question really is how does it all come together keeping in mind a particular look. In that context, Madhuri does it justice. Personally I don’t come to a fashion blog to see my own tastes reflected or to have someone tell me “this is what is fashionable”.

        PS: Please give the one boob criticism a rest. Its a look as old as the hills. Just like the two boob show.

        1. Saya at | | Reply

          It’s funny to see the pattern formed here over HHC. When its people like Madhuri and such , the one boob show should be given a rest. But nasty comments will be made and a whole lot acknowleding to it if was say some one like Shriya saran. Every one has their favs probably. Fashion is subjective I don’t see the need to justify to thrust your view upon what you think is good. You like the sari , good for you. If someone hates her sari/style then that’s their pov.

          1. AM at |

            I have never spoken a word against Shriya neither am I a Madhuri fan. I don’t know the folk who feature on HHC so I don’t get personal comments. You can hate a sari but use language that conveys it instead of sounding bitchy about the person.

            And my comment was intended as exactly what you said. There is more than one kind of fashion. You have to take a broader view than your POV. I would never wear this. Doesn’t stop me from appreciating it if properly put together.

        2. dn at | | Reply

          Well said AM!
          As for Madhuri, she is glowing even in this average outfit, and that’s saying something.

        3. Saya at | | Reply

          Eh. Contradicting much? So if Adara or Annie thinks its an aunty look or is a fashion disaster what’s the need to insist its a good look to them? You have your points & they got theirs i guess. I see that half of them have agreed that it’s not a good look too. Its also a known fact that she is still stuck in the 90’s with or without stylist. I personally hate her style. The hair, the ever tacky saris. The list is endless. Different folks . Different strokes.

          1. AM at |

            Nope no contradiction. They can have their viewpoint. And I mine and I am free to state it. Please this is a debate. I am not imposing any view.

            I do object to putdowns like aunty style or behenji (what is that even, Adara will be 45 one day and an aunty and whatever she wears then will be aunty style so why use the phrase as a criticism). And comments on weight which I have seen elsewhere. I am not sure why PnP let these comments through but that’s their outlook.

    4. Madhu at | | Reply

      I think you need to stop publishing comments with the word aunty in them.

  4. Jazz at | | Reply

    Saw her on T.V… She looked ethereal. Pics dont do justice. Saree, I feel is, so-so. :)

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  6. Dia at | | Reply

    She looks so young and fresh! :)

  7. Srilalitha at | | Reply

    Oh, these pics do no justice to her….

  8. Anu at | | Reply

    I can’t seem to tell one saree look of hers from another. They all seem alike! The styling, the hair, the blouses, the sarees, make-up, jewellery, just everything!!

    1. saum at | | Reply

      Absolutely agree

    2. Lalitha at | | Reply

      + 1

    3. neha at | | Reply

      true ………….she always looks the same…….and not in a nice way

  9. Slc at | | Reply

    I just saw her on TV and there was nothing aunty about Madhuri. Granted I am not a fan of the saree, but she looked gorgeous.

  10. AM at | | Reply

    And yeah goodbye HHC. The comments section is a bit too shallow for my taste.

    1. Lovely at | | Reply

      Same here.Last visit on HHC. Will b back only the day I hear PnP has started implementing rules they have posted, specially for people like Adara.

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