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  1. jiji at | | Reply

    Oh! love Dia’s look! Really lovely head to toe! Gorgeous earrings, really compliment the sari!

  2. sheena at | | Reply

    i think dia mirza hands down holds the record for looking the best in saris. remember the pink one? sigh.

    1. annie at | | Reply

      So true! She looks the best in indian wear. Her dresses are usually very matronly though.

  3. Adara at | | Reply

    oohlala. Dia looks gorgeous. She is the only one consistent in changing it up. LOVE.

  4. rvc at | | Reply

    Sania has a serious case of makeup-artist-screw-up-ery. Urvashi Sharma looks absolutely generic and blah and there’s nothing else to be said about Tulip.
    Dia Mirza looks absolutely fantastic. I can’t think of anyone else who can pull off that sari. Also, I love that she keeps changing up her hair.

  5. Hema at | | Reply

    Looooove Dia’s looks…so want to copy it.

    1. Hema at | | Reply

      *correction “look”

  6. Manny at | | Reply

    I cant take my eyes off Diya……she looks so pretty………no words for others

  7. Isha at | | Reply

    Dia’s blouse is looking so good!

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  9. AM at | | Reply

    Does Dia Mirza ever look less than delectable? I knew nothing of her (and Kangana Ranaut) before HHC but she is No 1 on my list of women featured on HHC. Just love her serene beauty and her sense of style which is somehow both modern and timeless.

    PS: And Kangana is No.2 – she’s a bit more edgy and wrong at times but also fun.

  10. kara at | | Reply

    I like Tulip’s sari.It’s cute. It’s all in the eyes of the beholder I guess.

  11. ash at | | Reply

    Actually Sanias looking pretty and I dont see whats so bad about her makeup, if anything Diyas is looking more pan-stick like. I love Diyas saree though, absolutley gorgeous. The red ones nice too.

  12. MochaLatte at | | Reply

    Whenever Dia is in a pic, it takes me 2 min to even notice others. She looks gorgeous. The blue saree-thing is a disaster!

  13. katrinak at | | Reply

    like urvashi

  14. mary at | | Reply

    am I the only one who finds dia to be a bit bland. I mean I know people find her pretty but in the West you have so many women who look like that, it is only in the sub continent that such a big deal is made out of their looks. There’s nothing remotely Indian about her looks though she does dress very well indeed.

    1. Zara at | | Reply

      I disagree, especially with the notion that Dia doesn’t look Indian. The subcontinent is comprised of hundreds of cultures, many with distinct phenotypes. Dia may not be fully Indian by blood, but she has the quintessential features associated with the stereotypical Indian – doe eyes, long nose, and full lips. It irks me that people continue to bring up the whole “not looking Indian” nonsense, particularly because it’s something that’s often said in regard to myself.

      ….Anyways, I think she looks lovely here, but I wish her sari was a little less sheer.

  15. dn at | | Reply

    Diya is perfection here. I don’t think anyone else could have pulled off this saree. Love her plait hairstyle. So uncommon in B’wood. She needed a separate post.

    Sania has too much make-up. Urvashi’s saree is nice, but blouse is so passe. Tulip, less said the better.

  16. AJ at | | Reply

    Dia looks smashing as always… As you guys say “Perfection from head to toe.”

  17. zina at | | Reply

    I love Sania’s sari but she’s looking boring otherwise, she needs help in the make-up department!
    diya looks lovely…the only thing is, I HATE net sarees! URGH. :D
    i love her hair!
    urvashi and tulip are not-so-good unfortunately…

  18. Jasmine at | | Reply

    is Dia’s saree a Ritu Kumar?

  19. npm at | | Reply

    Dia’s drape is lovely. The net, not so lovely. Nice saris on Sania and Urvashi. Shame about the peekabo drape on Urvashi’s sari.

  20. Smitha at | | Reply

    Tulip looks like Prom Queen – the Indian version! ugh!

  21. lazyU at | | Reply

    Sania Mirza’s sari is the only one I would like for myself… at least from a distance.

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