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  1. arpitha at | | Reply

    deepika, except her hair color.

  2. Srilalitha at | | Reply

    my pick – Deepika

  3. sonal at | | Reply

    Deepika is preppy, Malaika gorgeous

  4. nEH at | | Reply

    Thums up to all of em…casual yet looking trendy..however priyanka tops for me,,:)

  5. shriya at | | Reply

    malaika bcos she looks hot and comfy at the same time. quite a rare feat.

  6. Ikshula Chopra at | | Reply

    Priyanka Chopra is an ANGEL!! she is soooo PRETTY!! <3 LOVE HER SOOOO MUCH :D

  7. Aparna at | | Reply

    Id the bag please?? someone?

  8. angl at | | Reply

    dang, how can deepika look hot even when dressed down?! i have such a girl crush on her…hehehe

  9. Clueless at | | Reply

    Awwwwww! Deepika looks so cute :P Especially the glasses 8)

  10. geet at | | Reply

    deepika any day

  11. Kay at | | Reply

    Malaika…love those boots…looks really comfy!

  12. anoo at | | Reply

    wht is deepz carryin???

  13. Sui at | | Reply

    woww!! priyanka looks sooooo freshhh…love her!! <3

    1. Gayatri at | | Reply

      She wears loads of makeup ALL THE TIME.. no wonder she appears “fresh”… even her airport looks seem forced and made up to me

  14. Food poisoned attorney at | | Reply

    Deepika…she looks great.

  15. Rii at | | Reply

    MAK and DP are really dumb if they are wearing boots in Mumbai airport or anywhere in India. I have seen others like K.Kapoor who also wear boots and tights/leggings in Mumbai and elsewhere in India. Nothing is more silly than aping Western fashion trends while overlooking logic and the purpose of those items (such as boots). It’s like wearing a trench coat in India just because it looks cool.

    1. Leena at | | Reply

      I dont know about Mumbai.. But to the ‘elsewhere in India’ bit.. Here in Delhi winters, makes ALL the sense and logic to wear boots or even a coat.. Unless we here are mistaken that these are to protect from winter cold!! :)

      1. Rii at | | Reply

        I have lived in Delhi and it’s basically like early Fall in North America. Except for late evenings and night, Delhi winters does not require wearing boots. Mornings are pretty much around 15-16 degrees except for a day or two in early Jan when morning temp goes down to 4-5 degrees. You definitely have to wear coats outside and sweaters when inside because buildings are not heated but winters in Delhi still does not require boots. It’s just a fashion statement there, IMO. Unless you are in Srinagar or higher up in north, you don’t need boots anywhere else in India including Delhi.

        1. Priti at | | Reply

          I live in Delhi and its winter here, min temperature had dipped to around 2 degress few days back and wearing boots is a nice and stylish way to keep your feet warm. And its not a dumb thing to do :P and same goes for coats….except for few sunny days when you can venture out around noontime in light woolens

        2. RKFan at | | Reply

          RII..where is this Delhi..please tell me…You surely sound so ignorant writing that… Winter chills are killing in northern belt..please visit once in winter …

  16. Lola at | | Reply

    Based on her travel friendly yet attractive ensemble, I say, Malaika.

  17. Honey at | | Reply

    Deepika. The checked top looks easy to wear and nice.

  18. pipita at | | Reply

    deepika. looks comfy :)

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