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  1. crab at | | Reply
    1. Jasmine at | | Reply

      but that’s what makes it different, no? how boring would be the black saree with the same border on both sides

      1. npm at | | Reply

        Actually, I love the sari – shows what elegant draping can do…

  2. saristyle at | | Reply

    but MM how vehla r u?
    just to add some creativity ( i call it poor taste) u added 2 types of border to a saree n that saree is striped?

  3. radhika at | | Reply

    she can drape a bedsheet and i’d still love her just the same. :)) beautiful. :))

    1. npm at | | Reply

      So agree, radhika…:)
      But the chap (husband?) needs to ditch the purple shiny matchy shirt and tie and the pointy footgear pronto…

  4. dn at | | Reply

    She looks very graceful and classy – which till now I thought was impossible to do in MM saris of the last few years.

    On an aside “Food Food” channel??!

  5. ss at | | Reply

    Interesting concept. I think I like!

  6. R at | | Reply

    HOW gorgeous IS this woman! I can ignore the borders – I can barely see beyond her face and black, which really suits her.

  7. seerat at | | Reply

    She is gorgeous….though red/green border at the lower end could go…

  8. kasthuri at | | Reply

    she has draped the saree well. wish she changed her hair..not liking the colour and this do is very 90s

  9. Padma at | | Reply

    She looks gorgeous!!!

  10. Divya Ramanan at | | Reply

    Gorgeous!!! Who wants to look at the saree?
    Do you girls watch her on Jhalak Dikhla….?
    She looks stunning. Her face just glows!

  11. ash at | | Reply

    It’s not bad I suppose but it reminds me a bit of Celinas jashn numbers. I’d love to see her in something more traditional and handloom, with her classic indian beauty she would look really stunning.

  12. sim at | | Reply

    wowwwwwwww, madhuri what is the secret of your beauty…

  13. the mad momma at | | Reply

    so much money, so little taste. i give up

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