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  1. donkey at | | Reply

    Indian designers really need to stop doing plant pots on their clothes! They look plain horrid! I once saw a lehenga by some well known designer( forget the name) with carriages on it…giving the wide eyed, eyes-out-of-my-sockets- emoji here.

    1. donkey at | | Reply

      potted plants/ vases with flowers…

  2. runreadtravel at | | Reply

    Too much fabric going around here but she carries it well, IMO. The colour becomes her complexion.

  3. charan at | | Reply

    She looks great! Carries the lehenga and makeup really well.

  4. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

    There is a Jagdish Store in Delhi it sells supposedly “high end” drapes, I have seen the skirt fabric there I think. The blouse is too voluminous for such a heavy curtain like skirt

    Anything goes for “fashion” in India

  5. shwetha at | | Reply

    Why is she wearing this overdone lehenga for a trailer launch? Very OTT, she would have looks much nicer in simple sleek lines and sharp clothes that don’t look like white christmas

    1. Melange at | | Reply

      +1

  6. slc at | | Reply

    She looks lovely.

  7. DramaMama at | | Reply

    All that glitters is clearly not gold. I know it’s the trailer launch of a magnum opus by the ‘wow such values’ film house but didn’t Salman get the memo. I mean why are the women always decked up like Christmas trees. It’s the case in real-life weddings too. Men will come in jeans even and women will be sweating over what to wear for days. Okay rant over.

    1. Sup at | | Reply

      Really.. I’d expect a trailer launch to be semi-formal, not wedding-formal !!
      So much fabric !!
      And while she pulls it off, I find the dupatta and its drape very off-putting.
      She could have gone without the blouse with all that fabric..

    2. Melange at | | Reply

      +1

  8. KJ at | | Reply

    So regal

  9. Violet at | | Reply

    Poor thing she probably dressed like this to prevent being overshadowed by Sonam.

  10. Melange at | | Reply

    I don’t agree that this is “Indian wear”. It is neither a saree nor a lehenga and is definitely not any other Indian outfit that I can think of.

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