19 Responses

  1. neelam at | | Reply

    I think Malaika was coming back from the UK not Vancouver.

  2. Meena at | | Reply

    From their expressions, it seems like they didn’t like the Canadian winter, I mean spring.

  3. jujunye at | | Reply

    Katrina actually looks the best among all !!! OMG, never thought I would ever get to say this

    1. CM at | | Reply

      I agree. Her look seems practical. I don’t fancy having to take off boots at each security checkpoint. And wearing shades indoors seems so ‘wannabe’.

  4. Mel at | | Reply

    Want to light sonal chauhan’s outfit on fire. Do want her body though.

  5. dumbo at | | Reply

    sonal chauhan..because at least she’s got some spunk in that outfit of hers

  6. Nisha at | | Reply

    Whats with Traveling and Boots… I think its really uncomfortable plus botheration to remove them during immigration.

  7. Jenny at | | Reply

    Sonal definitely wins this this 1. How cool does she look. Better than the same boring airport celeb dressing. It’s like every1 else checks what the other is wearing to the airports. Maybe because Sonal is younger. Perfect.

  8. Archita at | | Reply

    What’s with those ugly boots?

  9. apeksha at | | Reply

    another one following the foot steps of priyanka chopra is sonal chauhan.. why do they love to dress up like 16 yr old American teenager !!

  10. karishma at | | Reply

    katrina and malaika look smart. i really don’t like chitra’s boots or sonal’s cap.

  11. monika at | | Reply

    Katrina looks so good here!!

  12. leoninelion at | | Reply

    I want to put my hand into the screen and pull of sonal’s cap… ugghhh, it bothers me so! Malaika and Katrina have fared the best!

  13. adya at | | Reply

    Indian chicks rarely get the “boots” look right. Reallyy looks off in the warm weather…

  14. Rii at | | Reply

    Seriously, they all look like wannabe American women. This is called copying style blindly whether or not it applies to local conditions. Boots in Mumbai summer or boots anytime of the year in India is a effing joke. It’s like how yesteryear actors would wear trench coats and fedora hats in scorching heat just so they could look stylish in some of their movies. I really wish they get called for their stupidity.

    1. The Hellenist at | | Reply

      “boots anytime of the year in India is a effing joke”
      that shows how well-traveled you are Miss…
      and if you didn’t notice they are all arriving from Vancouver where its 7 degrees….wannabe fashion know-it-all much?

      1. Rii at | | Reply

        LOL! I am born and brought up in India. It’s been only three years since I have relocated to one of the coldest places in North America. It’s spring time in Vancouver now and 7 degrees does not require boots. At least not for the ladies in question who travel in car from hotel to airport. I’m sorry but boots in Mumbai in a effing joke. Most bollywood people copy Western style even if it does not bode well in local conditions and that is stupid. Even when I was based in Delhi, the winters there did not require boots. It still is only a fashion statement in Delhi. Unless you are traveling up North (of Delhi) in winter, boots aren’t required anywhere in India. And, I have traveled all over India, Asia and North America.

      2. saume at | | Reply

        ha ha ha so true. i see you are getting called for your stupidity.

  15. The Hellenist at | | Reply

    “Unless you are traveling up North (of Delhi) in winter”
    I see you thought up this little caveat after a slight re-think…as compared to your previously obnoxious generalisation…
    The North of Delhi comprises of a very large portion of India Rii,and with rather high boot-wearing potential..and I didn’t know fashion needed to succumb to utilitarian pressures as well..

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