26 Responses

  1. ak at | | Reply

    ugh, my eyes! the haircut also was let down by this outfit. what a waste of fabric!

  2. Ruchi at | | Reply

    Awww cmon P&P, she did’nt ruin the Zanottis. Why do I feel like you guys think if anything looks nice and normal isn’t as fashionable?

    1. Reema at | | Reply

      I second U Ruchi but I dnt like the transparent chhudidaar though…but then P&P dint say she is not fashionable ..jes not fab enuf…

    2. pdaervo at | | Reply

      I don’t understand why “nice and normal” and “fashionable” are mutually exclusive.

      When it comes down to it, for me, it’s either pleasing to the eye- in someway or the other- or it isn’t. The aesthetic feel that I get from those shoes is completely stamped out by the fugly Neeta Lulla outfit.

    3. Kahlu at | | Reply

      I quite like her look.

  3. dn at | | Reply

    Cute haircut, nice shoes. Everything in between is OTT. Maybe a less garish dupatta would help.

  4. diptiN at | | Reply

    I agree with P&P, there is very little I like, what I do not like are the sleeves, the transparent salwar and hair

  5. Chris at | | Reply

    I like the look… who says that you can’t pep up a traditional outfit with a great pair of heel… and Scott makes the blend of traditional (the outfit) and modern (hair and heels) work!

  6. Kiwi at | | Reply

    I think without the sleevse and the blingy border on the dupatta, this outfit would have looked decent.. The sandals go well with the outfit though

  7. rina at | | Reply

    What an eye sore…the hair the outfit and the way she is posing…AGH

  8. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Hmmm.. A tad bit too matchy matchy ?
    But in general, i like the look. elegant in a bollywood sorta way.

  9. Lalitha at | | Reply

    Ned chudis are a NO-NO!

  10. Lalitha at | | Reply

    Oops…I meant NET chudis are a NO-NO!

  11. ash at | | Reply

    Actually aside from the see through churidaar, a plain silk or cotton would have looked better, I like this outfit – she looks hot!

  12. akaa at | | Reply

    That’s one horrible outfit!!

  13. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I agree, those are great shoes.
    Horrible horrible outfit.

  14. Angelica at | | Reply

    most of these Indian models and super models have proved time and again that they may have a good taste as far as western cloths are concerned but when it comes to Indian attire they are completely clueless :-)

  15. V at | | Reply

    EEks! Really Neeta!!!…how could you?? just HOW could you design this monstrosity??

  16. SS at | | Reply

    Why does anyone wear Neeta Lulla clothes?? Who still calls her a “designer’??

  17. bongbabe at | | Reply

    see thru churidars? really?

  18. Shwetha at | | Reply

    Haha, that was such an appropriate comment…neeta lulla’s outfits and color choices are terrible, and they are getting worse by the day.

    Why beige??? Pray please tell me!!!

  19. J at | | Reply

    The Zanottis go perfectly well with the outfit.

  20. roses_bloom at | | Reply

    I don’t think she ruined the Zanottis. Looks good to me!

  21. green chilli at | | Reply

    The look just seems “messy” to me … from the mismatched makeup to the mehndi on the feet (I think that’s what it is). Too many things competing for attention. I like the overall silhouette, especially of the kameez, but with the blingy sleeves plus the duct tape-like border on the dupatta plus the sheer churidar … all too much. A plainer dupatta and subtler makeup might have worked better.

  22. rina at | | Reply

    Yuk! Don’t like the look at all.. Looks a bit vampish like in those tele serials…Too much goin on.. Who is Mansi Scott anyway?

  23. deegee at | | Reply

    I m glad i came across this picture..we were looking for it for our pr…Manasi Scott is a singer..ull find her latest music on our site artistaloud and she was hosting this event and was asked to wear this outfit for stage and looks faaaaaaab….
    even her earlier black moschino gown was beautiful…

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