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  1. dn at | | Reply

    She looks graceful in the green saree and oh so lovely in the red one. But if I had to choose, it would be the red one. Love the blouse-saree combo, but not more than the bindi and the smile :)

  2. Renetta Persaud at | | Reply

    She rock both looks!

  3. KJ at | | Reply

    I kept on thinking where I’ve seen that blouse with red sari. Here Tabu wore the same style blouse: http://www.highheelconfidential.com/bipasha-basu-in-masaba-and-tabu-in-nachiket-barve-at-english-vinglish-premiere/
    Love both the looks.

    Someone tell Ms. Balan how to wear an elbow length blouse and still look fresh.

  4. deepthi at | | Reply

    i love the red saree’s blouse

  5. Varsha at | | Reply

    Such a goddess! And that smile. <3

  6. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I love the material/print of the red blouse but wish it dint look like a sports bra inside a baniyan.

    1. Sona at | | Reply

      I am not a fashion person but that looks like a old style kutchi blouse not a baniyan.

  7. Sona at | | Reply

    Ammmmmmazing! She looks very nice. Both d saris r stunning! LOVE

  8. shalini at | | Reply

    beautiful and very contemporary saris. vidya balan needs to see these. very pretty.

  9. sky at | | Reply

    she’s looking lovely in both saris!

  10. Adi at | | Reply

    STUNNING…. Loved the green saree! Its just a fresh spring color!

  11. ash at | | Reply

    Wow both those sarees/blouses are so lovely!!!

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