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  1. Nisha B at | | Reply

    I think winged eyeliner doesn’t suit Vidya, it makes her look wicked..nice saree though I truly bored with 3/4 sleeve blouse.

    1. wtf? at | | Reply

      I agree. Although more than wicked it makes her look funny. Even clown like, especially in that second pic.

      1. KJ at | | Reply

        I agree, make that haha-funny.

    2. kasthuri at | | Reply

      I think the wing is not done properly. It should angle more upwards and be shorter.

  2. crab at | | Reply

    I love Vidya’s look here. She looks like Sobhana. A shorter blouse and hair a tad less slick would have looked even better. Love Swati’s saree but the blouse doesn’t go with the saree. It’s a little too dark.

  3. Señorita at | | Reply

    Swati’s saree is a Byloom, I think. I have the same saree with hot pink and orange borders and a black base.

  4. sky at | | Reply

    both women are looking beautiful.

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  5. Paroma at | | Reply

    I love the colour of Vidya’s sari, and when paired with the pink of the blouse it looks even better…I think she looks great here

  6. Food Poisoned Attorney at | | Reply

    Vidya looks nice, for once the drape is right. But I prefer Swati, how elegant does she look:)

  7. apeksha at | | Reply

    slick or weirdly wild hair + granny cotton / heavy zari saree+ 3/4 sleeve blouse = vidya balan for the last 50 years …. pls change .. there is more things to wear in this world.. may be a salwar suit !!!

  8. zoyi at | | Reply

    Vidya looks like Raavan with those heads on either side of hers, in the second pic. Traditional looking sarees almost always look incomplete without a bindi – however small or fashionable. I don’t know what makes Vidya think that a clumsy drape, 3/4 th length blouse, no bangles and no bindi makes her look beautiful!

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