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  1. nav at | | Reply

    i swear she i am bored with her outfits. i was just wondering is she not allowed to wear dresses?

  2. Prem Rogue at | | Reply

    The sari is too Christmassy. However I would take that any day over that dreadful yellow and pink creation that makes the wearer look like a giant marshmallow.

  3. dn at | | Reply

    Oh no no no!!!
    Saree itself is okay, but the way it has been put together is so off.
    The chudidar – less said the better.

  4. Tongue in Chic at | | Reply

    What’s off is that Vidya can’t drape a sari to save her life. Look at where the pleats fan out. Clumsy and inelegant.

  5. Tina at | | Reply

    I love this website…BUT you go way overboard with your comments and insults as do the people who visit your site. I think at times y oucan be too cruel and this is one of them. why not celebrate someone for the individuality for once.

    1. MojitoLover at | | Reply

      You’re entitled to your opinion and I respect that, but I disagree here. Have you noticed that people like Vidya Balan draw more flak than other ‘celeb’ types dressed worse than her? I think this is only because she is such an amazing actress – extremely talented, articulate, intelligent and sensible – that we tend to be disappointed when she neglects her public appearances/dresses shabbily. It is only because if only she went the extra mile (and is cured of what I suspect is a case of listening to some stupid advice on ‘fashion’ and not trusting herself) and dressed to reflect her polished personality, she would easily give other B’wood folks a run for their money. After all, PR does count (unfortunate as it may be). She is lovable, and we want to see her be the very best that she can be.

      1. MojitoLover at | | Reply

        Disclaimer: I made the above statement fully aware that clothes are only that – clothes. Nothing more, nothing less. And sorry for the rant.

    2. Tongue in Chic at | | Reply

      Wow, Tina, I have to disagree. If anything, I’ve always felt that P&P are restrained and careful about their comments.

  6. Rezia at | | Reply

    I think she looks great. Honestly you guys…this is VIDYA BALAN. Are you going to complain about shades of yellow and an undetermined “something off” with the woman who used to make us look at her in orange and silver confections which looked like there was some camel somewhere in a circus missing its saddle skirt?

  7. nefertiti at | | Reply

    girls, have you seen the back of the blouses she wears. some of them are gorgeous. I think it is only fair to have pictures of her turned around, so we get a better idea of the outfit as a whole.

  8. diptiN at | | Reply

    what a difference length makes, although the yellow churidar is off, the fact that the length is not to her ankle makes her look taller. I like her in the sari and do not mind the yellow churidar, love the long hair.

  9. SS at | | Reply

    I love the sari – I’d say it’s the blouse color that’s a little iffy; however, she still looks lovely. I’m not a fan of the churidar.

  10. debs at | | Reply

    Maybe she dressed in red and green because she was going to the ‘mirchi’ awards. :/

    1. AA at | | Reply


      BTW, are those bangles of some religious significance? Vidya seems to wear them all the time.

  11. lin at | | Reply

    My thoughts:
    1) Vidya in a saree: Ok, boring, next please.
    2) Vidya in something but a saree: Sounds interesting. But wait…It is a dirty yellow, ill fitting anarkaliesque outfit with ill fitting sleeves and satin churidars…a lot of these words should not be used in the same sentence! And what’s with the fugly chappals?

    1. Saya at | | Reply

      I’ve seen her wear ONLY fugly chappals/sandals. All the earlier appearances were in Sari saving us from witnessing her horrendous choice of footwear.:D

  12. Hema at | | Reply

    Oh my God! Maybe I can apply for a job as VB’s stylist.

  13. ash at | | Reply

    I wouldn’t mind owning that saree! Gorgeous combination. The churidaar outfits nothing special – and why should she be wearing dresses? Whats wrong with the occasional bollywood actress actually choosing to wear indian clothes, its refreshing – goodness knows we’ve got our fill of them on here trying to look good in a dress.

  14. Reshma at | | Reply

    For the saree the underskirt is shorter than it should be and the pleats should fall a bit better. Dont you think the blouse should not have opening in the front if its such a see-through one!
    As for the salwar.. did Manyata make her wear one of her designs ;)

    1. koel at | | Reply

      I think that Manyata made everyone wear one of her creations to her party. That would explain why Kangana is wearing such an atrocious dress!

  15. Megha at | | Reply

    love the red and green of the sari…not a huge fan of the blouse but really want that sari!!

  16. sundara at | | Reply

    the saree is good but the problem is pleats they r off center.

    1. KK at | | Reply

      EXACTLY!! It’s totally not worn correctly.
      And the yellow churidaar doesn’t fit her properly at all.

  17. HB at | | Reply

    Everytime i look at her now she reminds me of Jennifer Walcott

  18. Evelyn at | | Reply

    One would have to say (holding the several posts of her showcasing a rather questionable fashion-sense as an indication), that Vidya Balan checks out this site every once in awhile (the commentary esp) and takes great pleasure (however befuddling that may be) at the noise she is creating. Any publicity is good publicity, some say.

    P.S. Not that she needs it of course :-)

  19. Kiwi at | | Reply

    The saree is lovely… but the way she’s tied it is bad. Th yellow churidaar is almost a wtheyyy.. its yucky, tacky.. plain awful

  20. Rajvi at | | Reply

    three words… boring.. boring…boring..
    looks like some saadhu has told her that she will be successful only if she sticks to her sarees and anarkalis..

  21. Sudha at | | Reply

    It’s definitely the pleats. The saree itself is lovely – just lousily draped.

  22. Mayuri at | | Reply

    Sigh! She’ll never learn, will she?

  23. Jen at | | Reply

    I think my ‘bai’ took her shopping at grant road sidewalk!! My maid has exactly the same saree and the chudidaar too!!

  24. mary at | | Reply

    Boring, unimaginative and completely dowdy. Vidya would do us all a favour by sticking to saris no matter how bad they might be. That sure, saves us the horror of the shoes she chooses to wear. Vidya and Juhi Chawla have the most horrendous collection of shoes EVER!

    1. Saya at | | Reply

      Ditto@ fugly shoe collection.

  25. white8544 at | | Reply

    tht saree’s a chanderi n its a sabyasachi…just FYI.

  26. oshoriri666 at | | Reply

    absolutely love love the sari. its MAGNIFICENT

  27. kiran at | | Reply

    oh god how yuckky can dat chappal be ??? Awful yellow color, just like my maids dtesses on occassions

  28. SK at | | Reply

    despite that fact that she’s in a saree… yet again… i love the saree. my only gripe – its not worn well…she looks great with simple hair & make up.
    as for the yellow anarkali… i like that as well :) nice traditional outfit. if the churidaar ws well fit the outfit wud look great.
    she actually looks like someone her age :)
    anyway… she’s scored some major brownie points with her mag cover few days ago :) so you go girl… vidya … u ROCK!

  29. blinkandmiss at | | Reply

    Love the saree. And the other photo reminds me so much of mayawati – the politician. The sleeves especially.

  30. Saya at | | Reply

    That anarkali is a WTHEY! She’s got one ugly feet too.

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  32. rohini at | | Reply

    I love that she wears indian clothes still ! come one guys, we dont want to be a country of just jeans and t shirts. These clothes should still be part of our daily life.

  33. way2sassy at | | Reply

    I have the exact same chanderi…only i’d wear it with a bottle green blouse or a dull golden one.

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