14 Responses

  1. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I find that ghararas are unflattering on most women.

    1. Melange at | | Reply

      +1

    2. colormenot at | | Reply

      totally agree.

    3. Paroma at | | Reply

      +1

  2. Miss Stovetop at | | Reply

    Am I the only one not feeling this ONE BIT? :o

    1. shefali at | | Reply

      not the only me…count me in :)

  3. Monika at | | Reply

    She looks gorgeous & very festive.

  4. Neharika at | | Reply

    No she doesn’t . So much orange ! Looks like she is supporting shiv sena

  5. Sup at | | Reply

    Someone paid for this ? :-O

  6. Su at | | Reply

    Oh so nice to see a gharara! It’s like a forgotten bit of indian history now! It’s not the best one, but I am happy to see it. I really dig them, they’re beautiful. Lehenga’s are oh so boring, I want to launch a bring the gharara and sharara’s back movement :-)

  7. mm at | | Reply

    isn’t that a sharara?and not a ghagra?

    1. Tanya at | | Reply

      It’s called a Gharara (not Ghagra)
      and how it differs from a Sharara is that Gharars have a fitted band (like) on thighs opening up into a flare

  8. shwetha at | | Reply

    Looks very dated like right out of the Piya Piya O Piya Piya song that was about a decade and a half back!

  9. Avani at | | Reply

    Ugly.

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