16 Responses

  1. Slc at | | Reply

    She looks lovely.

  2. olive at | | Reply

    She looks great. Love the blouse.

  3. Amodini at | | Reply

    What’s with all these terrible sarees on the red carpet? And here drape is off from the back.

  4. Fi at | | Reply

    Lovely, Thought she repeated this outfit..nice :)

  5. kasthuri at | | Reply

    She looks great despite the ‘sloppy’/loose drape at the back. Love the sleeves of the blouse.

  6. reekmr at | | Reply

    Looks like an actress from a surf excel ad.

  7. KS at | | Reply

    i want to know how much Nachiket Barve charges for such ridiculous plain sarees… remember Divya Khosla in white cloth?

    1. ashni at | | Reply

      why go by the typical mentality of adding chamak everywhere? She looks darned good.

      1. ak at | | Reply

        There is more to a non-plain saree than chamak – zari, thread embroidery, prints, jacquard, ikat, colour combinations etc – I can think of tonnes of ways of making a saree more interesting that do not require chamak.

  8. Chez at | | Reply

    Too much blue! The blouse is nice, and she looks pretty but this saree is not appropriate for an Awards show.

  9. hetal at | | Reply

    Hasnt even she forgot 2 remove the price tag ????

    1. Rana at | | Reply

      Good catch. That’s the price tag touching the red carpet. I am sure once celebrities wear these borrowed saris, designers go on to sell them as brand new.

  10. iti at | | Reply

    Please she looks fresh and elegant, people just over deck up to such events she looks nice the drape could have been worked on ….

  11. ashni at | | Reply

    She looks fab! Better than the garish nonsense most actresses wear to award shows. Love the colour. The blouse is amazing.

  12. sahana at | | Reply

    what so special about this saree??

  13. Candace at | | Reply

    Wow! Love this! Bright and beautiful.

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