15 Responses

  1. Nisha B at | | Reply

    Oh my that’s a very beautiful sari on the right..you can never go wrong with a traditional sari..

  2. Paddy at | | Reply

    She looks great in the Diwali photo.

    1. Paddy at | | Reply

      And yes, the hairstyle makes all the difference.

  3. maddie at | | Reply

    wow! Madhuri looks beautiful in the traditional saree. She should stick to this style instead of the sequin heavy jigna sarees she prefers!

  4. dn at | | Reply

    Seeing Madhuri in a traditional handloom saree has been on my wish list, and this is why. Just beautiful!!!

    1. myvoice at | | Reply

      +1 !!

  5. DiptiN at | | Reply

    I like both the saris but prefer her in the red. I wish the sleeve was a tad longer and more fitted.

  6. Tehi at | | Reply

    wow…..in the red silk….simply wow!

  7. asmozonic at | | Reply

    THAT photo from her home…i absolutely love it! love that corner of her house…saw it before too…iit has a Hussain in the background!!!

  8. SB at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful on both the occasions but the traditional saree takes the cake. It’s so beautiful & her hairstyle is so good. Simply loving her Diwali look. Keep it up Madhuri. Would love to see her donning more traditional sarees. She carries them so wonderfully.

  9. kasthuri at | | Reply

    She looks gorgeous in the south indian style saree. Wow !!!

  10. Kiran at | | Reply

    awesome saree…the red one!

  11. Arpitha d at | | Reply

    Wow atlast she ditched those blingy sarees and looks very nice.

  12. R at | | Reply

    That first picture barely looks like her.

  13. blmr1102 at | | Reply

    She looks good in both

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