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  1. Ish at | | Reply

    she’s sooooo incredibly beautiful. if she had a sharper fashion sense she’d be perfect.

  2. Sumi at | | Reply

    I actually love this outfit, the color combo is beautiful and fits Vidya great, nice one!

  3. Rashmi at | | Reply

    The saree she’s wearing on the cover of Marie Claire reminds me of the one Aishwarya wore on her recent Oprah interview. Her ensemble especially the blouse was simply exquisite. The shot of her back showed the design of the blouse and I was just blown away. P&P, can you please tell me where I can purchase that particular saree and blouse? I have visited Sabyasachi’s website but to navigate the site is quite tough and i don’t think it’s available there. please help!

    thank you.

  4. pdaervo at | | Reply

    Oh, FUGLY!

  5. Isha at | | Reply

    atleast from wat we see… the cover doesnt seem to be photoshopped much !
    n she looks good at the event !!
    she shud change it up n wear a nice sabyasachi saree one of these days ! :)

  6. LazyU at | | Reply

    Sabya really has this fetish for bra bloused women on mag covers

  7. hi at | | Reply

    Her face looks gr8 and yes, the dress SUCKS.
    Just wondering why do SO many Bollywood actresses wear colored contact lenses. Nothing wrong with them but just wondering why they do it all the time – Vidya Balan, Priyanka Chopra, Malaika Arora, Diya Mirza, Bipasha Basu, Amrita rao…list is endless. Nothing wrong with black/ brown y’all !
    I do see it as makeup – wear it – remove it but doing it always seems like a lot. Also, hasn’t it always been always been big brown eyes . Big gray eyes just doesn’t have the same ring to it ;)

    1. Ish at | | Reply

      I wish they would stop wearing the contacts altogether… black/brown/green/blue/hazel they’re all beautiful when they’re natural, not so beautiful when fake. Natural eye color shows the life in your eyes.

    2. Tongue in Chic at | | Reply

      OMG, I know!
      ALL of them wear the bluish-grey contacts. So weird.

      1. Flower Power at | | Reply

        it’s commonly known that black eyes don’t photograph as well as do lighter eye colours. bipasha, for instance, has really black eyes — they become opaque in shots, ergo the lighter lenses.

        1. gg at | | Reply

          @hi. I agree natural is always best. But is vidya wearing contacts here?? Btw you forgot Celina ..I think those contacts are stuck to her eyes .

          1. hi at |

            Oh yea Celina ! How did I forget !
            Also I had no clue about balck eyes not photographing well.Good to know therez a valid reason !
            I have medium brown ones and these peepers – I love :p

  8. Sej at | | Reply

    Don’t like as usual. Most boring Bollywood dresser next to Priyanka. One usually has far too much clothing on and one hardly ever wears enough. No balance for either. Something about Vidya’s nostrils always bothers me. I can’t pick point it but something.

    1. parveen at | | Reply

      i know what u mean.. it goes a bit fluffed up rite???

      1. Sej at | | Reply

        Ya it just really bothers me for some reason. Especially with certain expressions/smiles it is really apparent.

    2. KS at | | Reply

      @Sej: your nostril comment really bothered me!
      What do you suggest..a nose job! Why look for perfect features in actress? Promote such mindset and see where it ends up…

      1. Sej at | | Reply

        I don’t suggest anything. I simply said it bothers me. Like some people can’t stand SRK’s annoying laugh on screen or some can’t stand Priyanka’s hair extensions this bothers me. No star is perfect obviously and have their flaws. This is one flaw in Vidya that bothers me.

        1. Saya at | | Reply

          Sej, why do you even have to explain your stand to anyone. If it bothers..it bothers you and that’s that. :D

  9. gauri at | | Reply

    She looks lovely! Though where is the dupatta? Anyways, she looks so nice.

  10. beans at | | Reply

    she looks radiant (as always)… kameez is so-so but does not jell with the churidhar… those thong sandals are just so hideous…

  11. kaya at | | Reply

    Now that cover is doing classy ethnic and looking sexy at the same time. More importantly being confident and happy about it. Learn something Rani.

  12. Kiwi at | | Reply

    Horrible outfit-folks lets face it, she looks best in Indian clothes… methinks she should change it up with sarees at times, but she just cannot carry off dresses and jeans. Why experiment when u know u will not look nice. She looked lovely in the Marie Claire shoot. Rgdsi

  13. gg at | | Reply

    Vidya looks elegant , classy and radiant here.

  14. monika at | | Reply

    Yes………tha patches ruin the kurta. It would have been so nice without them.

  15. rubywoo at | | Reply

    She doesn’t mix it up – but then I have rarely if ever seen her carry off western looks – even a simple jeans and shirt combo – she just looks v. auntie-ish when she tries….makeup looks ashy/grey in the closeup shots.

    Fugly feet, sorry if your gonna wear thong sandals or show off a lot of foot then please make sure that your tootsies are looking their best –

    1. Saya at | | Reply

      You just read my mind there. She wears those thong sandals all the time & it never suits her type of feet. Earlier the toes used to pop out. Least they are in place in this one.some consolation. lol.

  16. kashish at | | Reply

    Just yesterday I was watching Zoom tv and they were trying to point out stuff you would instantly associate with a person, like Emraan Hashmi and his smooches, and Shilpa Shetty with her hot bod, and now rich boyf Raj, etc etc … and guess what they said you would instantly associate Vidya with? and I quote ” her angrakhas and anarkalis” .. so true isnt it?

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  17. pri at | | Reply

    i love it! crazy patchwork and all.

  18. chilli at | | Reply

    a gud example of bad anarkali .. i dont like this at all , actually we are tired of seeing Vidya in anarkalis and suits , so she attracts no attention in these anymore…

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