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Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha’s upcoming movie ‘Dabangg’ was unveiled at the IIFA Awards and the pair walked the runway at the fashion show which also showed a collection by Vikram Phadnis. Salman seemed to be in character while Sonakshi wore a lehenga designed by Vikram Phadnis.

The lehenga is quite pretty but the choli seems so busy with all that patchwork and not very flattering either.

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Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha at IIFA Awards 2010 – Fashion Show, Colombo


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24 COMMENTS

    • pulled the words right out of my mouth!
      … though sabya does not have a copyright on ethnic prints …
      still…. hmmmmmmmm




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      • but one thing for sure, sabya doesn’t own the paisleys and motifs. So, what if he turned into a big fashion “in thing”. MM is “just” drawing inspiration. ( the comment is all sarcastic for MM).




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  1. Salman looks great – though he could lose the mustache if it wasn’t for the in-character look. Sonakshi I’m not feeling so much. Don’t like the top half of the outfit at all – in particular how the dupatta is draped.




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    • Its a nice change to see him with a mustache is what i feel.
      Btw, how did he grow back hair on his head ? In some films earlier, it looked way less than it is right now.




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    • oh no!! i guess it’s not fever .. it’s that these MM designs are so heavily “inspired” from Sabyasachi that they are rather likeable!!
      I can’t believe MM is doing that so blatantly!!




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  2. salman looks like those old hindi movie heroes in a “good police officer about to deliver ethics lecture” role. um, scratch that. his look says, “i am a good old fashioned moralistic police officer bringing home your runaway daughter from her lafanga boyfriend”.

    the lehanga is bolly-trash. meh.




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  3. AAaaaaagh! My eyes! What is that black caterpillar doing on his upper lip!? That is, besides giving me the creeps…




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  4. I cant believe Manish is going on copying Sabyasachi outright!!! Agreed Sabya does not have any rights or patents over ethnic prints, but he def has a style of combining them together with his borders.

    Manish has just looked at a Sabya lehngha and tried to copy everything with the tackiest and chepest borders he could find!

    As far as his design sensibilites are concerned, that ugly blouse he decided to pair that lehngha with – has summed his capabilities completely as a designer.




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  5. The choli could have fit better and i dnt like the way she has draped her dupata…..though i like this MM….its a break from the chiffon and bling…




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