23 Responses

  1. Shireen at | | Reply

    She looks quite drab!

  2. mary at | | Reply

    Actually disagree with you over here. the black would have been too much of a contrast and totally taken away attention from the kurta itself. What would probably have salvaged it somewhat would have been a chiffon dupatta tied and dyed in the teal/beige colour of the shirt. At the end of the day it all dpends on how you carry your look and Nandita is carrying it all rather sloppily. the shoes are a complete eye sore!

  3. z at | | Reply

    It doesnt matter what u wear it with the kurta is quite ugly!

  4. Kiwi at | | Reply

    Not worth a post

  5. Usha at | | Reply

    Pretty dull kurta…nothing “anokhi” about it.Drab look.ND can do much better esp. since bright colours look lovely on her

  6. GJ at | | Reply

    how can you publish this dress on this site ? no match

  7. d at | | Reply

    i loved the dupatta by itself..I think she looks good. her eyes and smart features can carry off this bland look all too well.

  8. simran at | | Reply

    its really drab, making her look so ‘ordinary’.

  9. mia at | | Reply

    don’t the kurta but nandita is so pretty. can’t believe she’s in her 40s.

  10. Ramnique at | | Reply

    She so desperately needs a pedicure!

  11. Such at | | Reply

    I’d like to see it with a midnight blue churidaar (like the blue shirt the man’s wearing in the first pic), no dupatta and pearl earrings.

  12. naughty trini at | | Reply

    too plain and ordinary for me…..drab if I dare go that far

  13. dn at | | Reply

    Maybe a maroon would help, but still don’t like this kurta. There are better ones at Anokhi. All beige totally washes her out.

    Please cover Tabu at the event. She looked beautiful in beige with gold.
    Actually all of the 4 women on the podium looked smashing.

  14. AnnMMMM at | | Reply

    she could have jazzed it up a little, but I have been to anokhi and they have amazing stuff!!

  15. Swank at | | Reply

    I might be in the minority here, but I really like the kurta on Nandita as it is (minus the bag). I think she looks great!

  16. Tongue in Chic at | | Reply

    Seriously, what about this kurta merits a post?

  17. I at | | Reply

    Looks like the kind of print my Mom used to wear in the 80s (and my Mom is no fashionista. I actually made her throw out all those floral prints because they were so boring and drab)

    1. koel at | | Reply

      I agree ! I have actually worn many versions of these when I was a geeky college student (Courtesy my mom and Tailor bhaiya)

  18. Puruda at | | Reply

    being originally from Jaipur, I have grown up wearing diff stuff from “Anokhi” and with all the wonderful hues and prints that Anokhi has to offer I wonder why choose such mundane things.

  19. Zenia at | | Reply

    its not just the kurta but also the horrendous bag, chappals and watch…accessorising totally gone wrong…

  20. Violet at | | Reply

    VERY very drab…a big big disappointment (it’s putting me to sleep) but SO happy to see Nandita. I love her.

  21. Monika at | | Reply

    i love i love i love this print and i have it :D :D

  22. Desi Ette at | | Reply

    Nandita looks very sweet and “unstar” like. I’m loving this.

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