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  1. Puneeta at | | Reply

    She is a film star. Why shouldn’t she look filmy? Jesus Christ on a Crutch!

  2. Asha at | | Reply

    Somewhere there’s a dupatta crying for it’s mommy. This is 100% a case of “ooops I went to the bathroom and left my dupatta hanging on the hook”.

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    3. Sup at | | Reply

      Hahaha.. exactly. The dress is begging for a dupatta.

  3. P at | | Reply

    Lmao. This is exactly what I wore as a ten year old and even back in the day I had the sense to wear a dupatta!

  4. ice at | | Reply

    It’s not acceptable in any world.. These ladies and so called desingers think they can make and wear anything and call it fashion. Smh. Please move to real world

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      +1 Shilpa Reddy should stick to modelling and leave designing to the real fashion designers.

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  5. Mrsa at | | Reply

    Guess is that it is actually a half saree but she or her stylist decided she doesn’t need to wear the dupatta/odni in order to look more ‘hep’. There cannot be any other reason a blouse would be made with front opening with hooks, if not to be worn with a saree or half saree. Beautiful skirt:blouse but incomplete.

  6. BBL at | | Reply

    Every former Ms/Mrs/Miss India thinks they can be a ‘designer’. This is the result

  7. Kash at | | Reply

    For some reason it reminds me of madhuri dixit’s outfit from ham apke hai kaun

    1. DramaMama at | | Reply

      Thought of Madhuri but the ‘choli ke peeche’ one. Without the dupatta, looks unfinished.

  8. PChak at | | Reply

    Such a pretty girl, such perfect hair and makeup and such a lovely colour… but well, a blouse and a petticoat is never acceptable!

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