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  1. Rana at | | Reply

    The headpiece needs to GO.

  2. Adara at | | Reply

    She looks good in the pics where she is sitting. While face wise she looks so pretty, the ones where she is standing, the outfit is making her look so broad and stunted.

    1. Neharika at | | Reply

      exactly my thought.

      1. shwetha at | | Reply

        Plus the headpiece is too costumey

      2. Adara at | | Reply

        Guess besides THAT one person, we do agree mostly in our comments. :P

  3. $ at | | Reply

    Looks like picked every piece from other actress past looks..head piece from
    DP (she wore at some function with same hair) saree from Sonam

  4. sree at | | Reply

    I hate the blouse sleeves, they ruin the look for me. Neck up, she looks pretty though.

  5. Ena at | | Reply

    The saree is pretty but no way is she being able to pull off that head-piece. It looks very gimmicky on her.
    Also, is the outfit a size too big for her maybe?

  6. footnotes and finds at | | Reply

    she looks great! but i’m just not feeling that headpiece!

  7. sam at | | Reply

    with the headpiece, ill fitting sari and the tacky blouse…this is a huge what the heyyyy…!!!!

  8. Shukria at | | Reply

    Actually Anamika Khanna’s drape (for outfits worn by Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Sonam Kapoor, Soha Ali Khan at Saif-Kareena Sangeet Ceremony) is very similar to the drape of Khada Dupatta or Khara Dupatta traditionally worn by Hyderabadi Muslim brides of both India and Pakistan … yes, please do google it :)

    So lovely to see traditional and classic cultural designs making a come-back… they were never out of style in the first place :)

    1. Tina at | | Reply

      Genuine question: “Hyderabadi Muslim brides of both India and Pakistan” – what does it mean? Pardon my lack of knowledge.

      1. fairy at | | Reply

        Because Hyderabad is both in India and Pakistan.

      2. Pallavi at | | Reply

        There is a Hyderabad in Pakistan as well :)

        1. Tina at | | Reply

          Thanks! There’s no end to learning, is there? :-)

    2. Saki at | | Reply

      i did google it. you’re right. this anamika khanna drape is very similar.

    3. kasthuri at | | Reply

      Wow, so nice to know about that.. thanks !

  9. fashionpolice at | | Reply

    Maybe she attended this is on her way back from a fancy dress party or something?

  10. blahbum at | | Reply

    case of stylist trying too hard and blindly aping bollywood

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  12. smruthi at | | Reply

    I appreciate Samantha is trying out new things…her cute face saves her most of the times…but if you look at all the recent functions she has been attending, she looks over the top and out of place…wearing something like this to a major award function wud be fine…a low profile movie audio function was not the right place…

    Also there is no originality in the styling…a pity since she and her stylist follow this blog diligently…

  13. lina at | | Reply

    Epic fail and testament to what happens when you copy someone else’s sense of style. Someone like Sonam Kapoor can carry a look like this with panache. The outfit is pretty. period. The headpiece is awful. At the end of the day one needs to be able to carry an outfit like this. I’m very amused by the comments on her stylist though. This is definetly not an outfit that looks like it was put together by a stylist… looks like something you put together by looking at Sonam Kapoor designs. How about some originality?

    1. Ahot at | | Reply

      The million dollars question is, when does a style become a trend to follow tho? A daintier headpiece +a simpler blouse – even though this one is quite beautiful – would probably work better.

  14. Vaishali at | | Reply

    She looks like ghandari from Mahabharata

  15. Sarindar at | | Reply

    Don’t care if this was put together by a stylist or not, it is awful! Does nothing for her,

  16. anonymous at | | Reply

    She looks overdressed for the audio release function.

  17. slc at | | Reply

    I like the saree and blouse, but there was no need for the head piece. The shoes are off as well.

  18. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I think she looks really cute and i love the saree, blouse, drape and headpiece !

  19. MachineGunMeow at | | Reply

    Love love love this sari and the sandals. The more I look, the less I mind the headpiece although I do wonder if I would have liked the look more without it.
    In some pictures it works, others, I’m iffy.

  20. Amodini at | | Reply

    Everyone around her look like normal people, and she looks very costumey – like she stepped out of from the sets of a Mahabharat style tele-serial.

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