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  1. Sup at | | Reply

    I actually feel quite the opposite… The Maxim cover seems fresh and original, and has a nice vibe to it. And I love the colors both Siddharth and the models are wearing.

    The Vogue cover seems quite same ol’, how many such covers have happened with the man staring into the camera flanked by ladies. Ranbir’s expression also adds nothing unfortunately.
    Not to mention they’ve photoshopped the s**t out of their faces.

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    2. Pavani at | | Reply

      I agree

    3. Melange at | | Reply

      Ranbir doesn’t look like Ranbir. En plus, the beard is atrocious!

    4. Tanvi at | | Reply

      Agree. I am actually embarrassed for Ranbir here. He might need that level of photoshop and makeup after fifty years, not now.

    5. fromchi-town at | | Reply

      ITA. Neither of the covers are great – but if I had to choose it would be Maxim, maybe because of the color palette.

  2. Avani at | | Reply

    Both Siddharth & Ranbir are hotties. I like Siddharth better in his blue. Looks more striking. Ranbir’s suit works for a magazine cover, but I dont like the high waisted pants. Also the facial hair. :P

  3. d at | | Reply

    Vogue cover totally outshines… Ranbir has presence .. Sid, maybe because of the overly matchy blue text just blends in the cover.. where’s the oomph?

  4. San be at | | Reply

    Interesting- we have women going solo on magazine covers, while even the most attractive leading men need attractive women flanking them to sell magazines.
    How the tides have turned. Though, I’d prefer not using models as ‘props’ for men in these magazine covers.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      Lol. Interesting obersvation. Although Sushant was on a cover recently all alone. And it was a pretty decent cover!

  5. DP at | | Reply

    Vogue India is aiming too low with all its uninteresting stream of Bollywood covers. This one, featuring an actor with zero personality, is no different. What is so ‘fashion’ about this cover exactly?

  6. 80's girl at | | Reply

    Ketholeno, she is the only person i see on the vogue cover:). Such stunning personality she has…

  7. Panache at | | Reply

    Sid’s suit is soo monotonus with so much of blue(but of course it works on daily life. But not of covers) And his expression is really too bad.

    1. Parul at | | Reply

      Totally agree! Sid looks meh in the Maxim cover.

  8. shwetha at | | Reply

    Both men look *distinctly* uncomfortable and awkward – both in expression and in body language…I mean look at the uncomfortable way the two guys put their arms around the svelte girls!

    I cant understand why they need scantily clad models as props. I’d rather have the men go solo and the stunning models on another. As it stands I cant decide which cover is worse(r)

  9. Asha at | | Reply

    Sid’s expression tho :-D

    Seriously, these magazine cover poses have been done to death. Sushant’s cover a couple of days ago REALLY stood out amidst this sea of mediocrity.

  10. kamar jahan at | | Reply

    I think maxim is better than vogue… something different!

  11. Saphire at | | Reply

    Wake up Sid. ;)

  12. slc at | | Reply

    Much prefer Sid, his suit and the magazine cover. Ranbir (what’s with the eye make-up?) on the other hand is photo shopped a bit too much and just looks weird.

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