15 COMMENTS

  1. the one at the right is nice but it could be better if she wear that “peticoat” or wat ever a lill bit down and change her sandals ….




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  2. it’s great to see nandita whatever she wears because she’s such a gorgeous and cool person. however, wearing red clothes on a red carpet is never a good idea.




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  3. agree with Mia. i can care less what she wears unless it’s not too much in the face. she’s gorgeous and her clothes really don’t add or take away anything from her.




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  4. Nope, don’t like it one bit. Regardless of her personality or her type of cinema, she is in the movie world and that equates to making an effort in how you dress.




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  5. I’ve said this “elitist” comment (haha) umpteen times …. but…. I don’t think Nandita even cares about what she wears or not. Atleast it doesn’t seem that way. So in a way, I don’t know why we always have to critique her “fashion” because from what I can see, she’s far from fashionable… although it is my opinion that she looks great anyway!

    Just saying, you know… I know she’s a celeb and ppl will comment on any celeb no matter what :)




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  6. I like her in the first pic better, second one not so much. (Overall I dont really like her outfit that much but she’s so pretty it’s tough NOT to like her:P)




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  7. Stylist Arjun Bhasin is responsible for introducing the petticoat skirts as part of the boho chic look in 2002-03 when he styled Priety Zinta’s character for the movie Laksh. It became all the rage in India, you found most college going girls wearing crushed petticoat skirts with a short sleeveless kurti and a crushed stole. Nothing pretty about this hippie attire, Nandita surely wears it all wrong with a long stiff kurta.




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