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  1. PeachBellini at | | Reply

    She has obviously recently hired a stylist who is, in addition to choosing her outfits, no doubt also grooming her on body language and attitude. while all that is well and good, it saddens me to see that as a result of this intervention, madhuri seems to be turning into the typical cookie-cutter celebrity personality. The same hair styles, the same clothes, the same stance. I especially find the hand-on-waist/arms akimbo posture kind of silly. Her outfits are both fine. Nothing spectacular, but well chosen and satisfactory. But I do wish we would see less of the stiff posing and more naturalness (not just with Madhuri, but everyone else as well who makes public appearances these days).

    1. Srilalitha at | | Reply

      +1 on that posture and posing :(

    2. $ at | | Reply

      These are pics which are purposely taken and not natural pics i.e. not taken when you are not aware of being getting clicked….8/10 people pose like this when asked for a photo…i think it comes naturally…you can not stand straight or give some dramatic poses because being dramatic is not every body’s cup of tea…

  2. monika at | | Reply

    I prefer her blazer look…very clean & neat.

  3. Sue at | | Reply

    I really like the black blazer look on her. Hope this good fashion streak continues for her.

  4. D at | | Reply

    Please ID the belted blazer. Thanks.

  5. Shilpa at | | Reply

    I really like Madhuri Dixit. No one according to me comes close to her in acting, charm, and the warmth/sweet off-screen personality she oozes.
    Having said that, I somehow feel that Madhuri feels pressurized to dress-up like the other actresses (Sridevi, Madhu) and not stick to her simple and Indian style (same goes for Juhi, I like her too :)..).
    The fashion sense in Bollywood is definitely going through a change and I don’t mind Madhuri getting on that wagon. For that is what commonsense dictates.
    Now, I would prefer her to wear little stiff material and not stick to the jersey/stretch thin clothes. Something more towards the elegant style (similar to Karishma) is what I think will suit her more.

    We have old actresses trying to dress like early-20 girls. Now we have a vacant spot for an Indian Meryl Streep – balanced, elegant and not ‘I am still young’ type. Someone who is comfortable and confident in her age and for the work she did. Someone who can take on significant roles in the Bollywood and not stick to oopsy-cute-sweet run of the mill roles.

    1. NeeraBhat at | | Reply

      Well, this portal is abt fashion and isnt a fan site so please keep Madhuri vs Sri out of this ..
      Black and Red would have gone ways ahead if the hair wasnt tied up.. She luks fab waist up in the blazer look.

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  6. Nidhi at | | Reply

    Blazer + Top from Zara.

  7. Nidhi at | | Reply

    Comedy nights look :
    Jewellery by Gehna
    Top – Diane von furstenburg

  8. Trina at | | Reply

    So much make-up in the second look!! sheesh….otherwise both clean, modern silhouettes…nice!

  9. fashionfanista at | | Reply

    The top and skirt look on the left! we wore something exactly like that for our primary school annual day celebrations. except that our skirts were flared. and that was 24 years ago.
    Someone please buy her some style!

  10. from-chitown at | | Reply

    This is clearly a new direction regarding her fashion choices. I am sure she is still in the figuring out what works phase. Yes, this is threatening to make her look and behave like everyone else int he industry. But in the process, I hope she figures out what her style mantra is and embraces her individuality and makes her style her own. Kind of the journey that Kajol is going through.

  11. Slc at | | Reply

    Not bad at all.

  12. liberty at | | Reply

    nice jeans madhuri

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