16 Responses

  1. s at | | Reply

    yes, it did – or even a plain black one

  2. Ali at | | Reply

    Needed different hair.

  3. Ishan at | | Reply

    Feels a little empty and dull. She could have done with a better one.

  4. kanchanmasi at | | Reply

    Perfect as is: no need for dupatta. That would have made her look like an aunty.

    1. Piku at | | Reply

      Masi aapko aunty dikhne mein itraz hai?! Vaise to Tabuji kisi na kisi ki aunty to zaroor hain aur yeh kaun sa logic hai ki dupatta pehne ke baad aurat aunty ban jati hai ;-)

      1. Desimom at | | Reply

        +100

    2. SS at | | Reply

      +1

  5. Avani at | | Reply

    Lol. Different ways even in susu poses. There is always something off in her looks.

  6. Himani Joshi at | | Reply

    Stunning she is bt seriously, ladies must stop giving ‘hand on waist’ pose..luks funny!

  7. Parul at | | Reply

    The big hair is a deal breaker for me. At first glance, I couldn’t recognize Tabu.
    Probably sleeker hair would have worked, and those shoes need to go.

  8. Dia at | | Reply

    She’s looking perfect.

  9. nehaa ss at | | Reply

    Just because you pointed on it – yes a red duppata would have looked nice. But still this is good. What really needed here is a different hairdo. A sleeker one, this one is making her a look a lil weird.

  10. Alka Singh at | | Reply

    yup duptta would hv been good.

  11. Sup at | | Reply

    I don’t think it ‘needed’ a dupatta, even though as some people suggested above a rusty / dull red color could have looked good.
    Mostly relaxed fitting kurtas with chinese collars / closed necks work pretty well without dupattas.

    Its with those snug, tailored kurtas which mostly have necks designed similar to sari-blouses that you really need one.

  12. The Pizza Ghoul at | | Reply

    I don’t like anything about this look especially the big hair and heavy make-up. Not doing her any justice.

  13. Sneha at | | Reply

    Gorgeous as she is, the outfit reminds me of a “dhoti style punjabi dress” I used to own very proudly when in grade 5. :)

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