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  1. jean at | | Reply

    i quite like the anarkali. but a lil ordinary for the event!!

  2. Adara at | | Reply

    Fugly, fugly! And look at those chappals, ewwww. If not for Sabya, this woman has nothing on her as proven by this appearance.

  3. just casually at | | Reply

    I love Vidya but I must say that she needs to break out of this style rut. Within her own aesthetic she should experiment more.
    she is hell of a beautiful and confident woman and waiting for that confidence to show in her style choices.

  4. Monika at | | Reply

    she wore same dress for asha parekh’s b’day!

  5. RUCHii at | | Reply

    wish someone would tell her that there is a way to wear Sari & Suits without become a boring aunty..spl with all the money!

  6. dee at | | Reply

    Money cant buy style baby…

  7. maddie at | | Reply

    Why does she insist on looking like a behenji?? Pity considering she is so beautiful.

    1. sev at | | Reply

      I’m wondering (out of honest curiosity) what you mean by ‘behenji”? Is that supposed to be some sort of a sartorial slur?
      As an aside, I couldn’t disagree with you more- I’m becoming seriously smitten with Vidya Balan and her wardrobe in these past few years is partly the reason it.

  8. I Say at | | Reply

    clearly..going by the last few appearances..somebody’s stylist is on a break…

  9. Rachna at | | Reply

    The anarkali is nice, but the chappals are really ugly! Less chunky chappals would have been nice.

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