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  1. sweets at | | Reply

    Oh she is sooo cute!

  2. Amodini at | | Reply

    Bipolar is right. It’s like she rolled out of bed, and wore whatever she saw first.

  3. alti at | | Reply

    All that and yet, I LOVE IT! Lol! People’s likes and dislikes can vary A LOT!

  4. Ali at | | Reply

    Maybe avoid terms like ‘bipolar’ which are casually dismissive of real mental health issues?

    1. Pav at | | Reply

      +1.

    2. Nav at | | Reply

      Totally agree! Not asking everyone to be new age Socrates but please indulge in some intelligent thought before posting on a public platform. Bipolar is a lot more serious than putting on clothes that, in your opinion, are mismatched.

    3. Apsara77 at | | Reply

      I was really disappointed to read the ‘bipolar’ comment as well. Mental health issues are already stigmatized in South Asian communities and by using them in such a derogatory way, it is pushed further underground.

      1. Lola at | | Reply

        I 100% agree with you all regarding the stigmatisation of mental illnesses, but in a technical sense ‘bipolar’ merely means opposing extremities, it’s ‘bipolar illness’, or ‘bipolar disorder’ that actually refers to the medical condition. Personally I’d have steered clear of the term purely because of the connotations, but just pointing out that given the context of the phrase “her look felt very bipolar”, P & P (to my understanding) are suggesting the look is disjointed and opposing, not referencing the mental illness.

    4. Amodini at | | Reply

      P&P talked about a “bipolar look” as did I. Not the illness and not aimed at the person.
      Bipolar: having or relating to two poles or extremities, i.e.; one end clubby and the other yoga-class.

  5. Sweets at | | Reply

    She left a lovely witty reply on Insta too ????

  6. ahana at | | Reply

    Nargis actually posted in her instagram about this post.She is totally cute:*

  7. Tejeswini at | | Reply

    Bipolar is a horrible disease that people suffer from. Drawing fashion analogies and using the term loosely is so distasteful. Its like calling somebody’s outfit ‘retarded’. Just not cool.

  8. A.dot.2.many at | | Reply

    I actually do like it. Its a casual screening and she looks cute-quirky

  9. Debashree Hazarika at | | Reply

    I love her reply to this on instagram

  10. dee at | | Reply

    ha ha ha.. she has an insta update your opinion :D #swag

  11. ri at | | Reply

    its the bipolar disorder which is the mental illness,plain bipolar means,opposite extremes.so that term is fine.

    1. Nav at | | Reply

      Bipolar most often refers to psychiatric illness. But I work at a hospital so that might make me a bit biased :P

  12. Veena at | | Reply

    She clearly heard what you thought (her IG).

  13. DramaMama at | | Reply

    People need to chill a bit. P&P mentioned bipolar clearly in the context of opposites. Just because it’s commonly used for a mental health issue doesn’t mean they are trivialising it. And the look is a bit disconnected. And I am not a fan of this hairstyle she seems to favour nowadays.

  14. Tehi at | | Reply

    Reading some of the comments here on “bipolar”, it concerns me that the world is increasingly getting ultra-sensitive when ideally we should be moving towards more tolerance and openness. I would urge everyone to read words in the context of what they were written about, and take a few minutes to maybe reflect more, check a dictionary, or talk to someone, before reacting.

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