In Manish Malhotra

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Wearing a Manish Malhotra, Kareena filmed on the sets of a television show as part of promotional activity for her upcoming movie. She paired the pretty pale pink embellished outfit with strappy sandals, chaand-balis and a pink lip. She looked lovely!

Wearing Manish Malhotra, Kareena Kapoor Promotes Singham Returns On Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Sets-1

Kareena Kapoor On Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Sets


Wearing Manish Malhotra, Kareena Kapoor Promotes Singham Returns On Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Sets-2

Kareena Kapoor On Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Sets

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. There’s something very effortless about her style. Even though her outfit looks like it has tons and tons of fabric, she seems to be wearing it instead of the other way around. Pretty!




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  2. I’m unhappy to see Bollywood A-listers dressing up in these overwhelming floor length clothes. What’s next? Burqas? A word to the designers, this is India. It is hot and humid at the moment. Show some skin already!




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    • That is a very unfair thing to say. There is a beauty in being covered and yet looking amazing.This is Indian ethnic wear..not Victoria Secrets ramp!Seriously!




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      • I should have conveyed my meaning better. I’ve not said that fully covered women are not pretty. Also I didn’t want to say that the Burqa is a demeaning garment (for the comment below)…don’t want to be dragged into that debate!! ;)
        My comment stems from the fatigue of seeing overwhelming anarkalis, mujra-ish suits and generally tent-like outfits being offered by the Bollywood designers these days. Also, I don’t like how every fashion show from designers like Manish Malhotra or Sabhyasachi is dominated by these overwhelming tents irrespective of what season or year it is.
        What’s worse is seeing these outfits being sported by regular girls at weddings. Regular girls sweating it out in our country’s hot weather. Light and airy sarees are also Indian wear, why does it always have to be unflattering tents with reams of embroidery?




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    • Agree!! It’s bizarre that today’s fashions have so many yards upon yards of fabric on the body. How can this be easy to carry and move about. Not to mention the weight the embroidery and the additional contraption of dupatta and jewellery places on the wearer. Whatever happened to light, cool and airy outfits and I am not talking about showing skin. Not practical at all!!




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