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  1. shwetha at | | Reply

    I am too distracted by the fact that she doesnt look like Parineeti anymore, leave aloe focus on the dress.

    Do a favor for the readers and stop the photoshop people…. really – its making their pretty selves go from lovely and natural to ugly and artificial. Sorry to vent, but that’s all that the cover says..

    Like the second cover though which is fresh and natural – or atleast thats how it looks since the photos arent up and close

    1. Manisha at | | Reply

      Couldn’t agree more! Well said…

  2. slc at | | Reply

    Someone from Vogue India needs to revisit the “photoshop” dept. A group my friends have stopped subscribing to this magazine because of ott photoshop. Parineeti is your regular girl next door….smart, chirpy mixed with a slightly longer nose and pointed chin…and those are distinct features which make her pretty. Anyway…she does look fab in the silver gown.

  3. Reema at | | Reply

    I think we can’t really say much about the photoshop issues since most magazines are known for overly photoshoping their cover models. It will always be like that!
    My only complaint is that this cover is very boring! I loved the Elie Saab on her from the November cover. This cover is in need of some excitement.

  4. Maani at | | Reply

    OMG !
    She looks like an animated character.
    Dear Vogue,
    Please get real.

  5. Megha at | | Reply

    The photoshopping is one thing but the top cover has completely killed what is clearly Parineeti’s USP – her spunk and charm!
    It might as well be a mannequin

    Thankfully the second cover captures her personality and thus wins by a mile
    (It’s a great cover all up since everyone looks like themselves as well as fun. Oh and Ayushman’s smile pretty much sells the cover to me)

    1. Srilalitha at | | Reply

      +1, the cover says “unguarded” too… so they should have atleast shot it to that theme or let her be….
      and +1 on the second cover

  6. Fi at | | Reply

    At first I was trying to figure out who she was on the first cover..alia is wearing wrong shoes in the second pic

  7. Ranij at | | Reply

    She looks amazing but doesn’t look like parineeti! I know she has lost weight and that makes a big difference but this looks too different.

  8. Adara at | | Reply

    First cover that’s not her face. Second cover, as always, she is like almost one third of her real size.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      Even in the 1st cover her waist is not that size.

  9. Janani at | | Reply

    I really like Parineeti and the folks at Vogue have done her a great disservice on the Frb cover. She looks like a wax figure with no emotions, when in reality her sparkle (be it through her eyes, smile and overall joi de vivre) makes her a real star. The Nov Vogue is definitely the better one!

  10. enne at | | Reply

    the photoshop ppl took this a little too far making Parineeti look alot like Juhi Chawla.
    no way Alia can be that tall in those awful flats she’s wearing. What an Fing joke.

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