In Sabyasachi

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At the audio launch of her movie, Malavika was seen wearing a maroon embroidered Sabyasachi suit with jewellery from Jaipur Gems. She looked lovely.

Having said that though, I am surprised events with several hundred folks attending are still taking place. Stay safe, folks!

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Malavika Mohanan

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    • That, my friend, is the difference between online shopping and actually getting it in the mail …great from a distance and rubbish in person 🙂

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  1. I personally did not like the neckline. A simpler v neckline minus the sharp edges- even if as broad and as deep- would have looked nicer. This neckline especially with along with the snug fit of the kurta doesn’t make it look like expensive luxury wear.

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  2. 93 total cases across all of India, yo! Pretty sure concerts and sporting events were still happening in the US long after it passed that number. (Not that I’m suggesting India should emulate the US!)

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    • I feel India is living in a false sense of security at the moment. Not enough tests are being done. Considering the density of population, the real number of undetected cases must be entirely different from what we foolishly believe to be the current ‘not that bad’ scenario.

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      • True. I just meant someone living in the US shouldn’t be surprised this is happening in India. It was happening in the US until 2 days ago. Still is, in some parts.

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        • Please don’t compare tragedies. I live in US and in the Bay Area. And yes, we were told to isolate when the cruise passengers who tested positive landed on our shores. We were scared when the first community spread was reported. And my husband cancelled his Europe trip three weeks before the ban.This is very contagious. Stop these gatherings.

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    • I’ve read articles, many are saying the reason there aren’t as many cases because of lack of testing. It’s better to be preventative and take safer measures now, than later!

      Side note; lovely color on her.

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    • Such an irresponsible comment. 2 people have already died in India. Also if the number rises exponentially like other places, India will not have any resources to treat it as swiftly as other developed nations (Italy, China or the US). People running away from quarantine centers and not taking public health warnings seriously, just look at where Italy is at the moment.

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      • Swiftly in China! Really. Jad they acted swiftly the world wud not have been suffering. You guys just want to demean India at every given opportunity which is very evident pn this portal. If my comment is approved please read n take some effort to read when did China take action when first case was reported. N what makes you think India is not doing enuff!!!!!!!?

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        • Exactly my point. I’m not saying India should deal with it exactly as the US has. That’s a very low bar.

          I’m saying it’s a little rich for someone in the US to say they don’t UNDERSTAND how these gatherings are still going on in India, when they’re obviously still going on in large parts of the US. Surely they can understand that there are stupid and reckless people everywhere…? Or is that behavior only people in the US are entitled to?

          Large public events were banned in parts of the US only a few days ago, even though the US isn’t far behind Italy. India isn’t nearly as far gone as the US, and the Indian govt is being far more proactive in dealing with this pandemic.

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          • ive noticed a trend where indians living in USA / Canada claim to know whats happening in india better than people actually living in the country.

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        • Global average tests per million is 19. In India it is 3! India is doing the lowest number of tests in the world!! Phillipines is doing 7, and is poorer than our country! India is the second most populous country in the world and 3 tests per million is enough?!

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    • What a stupid, stupid comment, CGW.

      Ladies and Gentleman, let us please wait for the situation to get out of hand and India to reach similar stages as Italy and the U.S. before we ban the gatherings.

      If anything, we have been lucky because we are not a major participant in the global supply chain. The lest we can do is be thankful, act smart, and keep the virus at bay. Otherwise, the country’s system might collapse well before Italy’s did.

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    • Uhm, 126 cases—a dramatic rise over the past week. Both the US and many countries in Europe have been terribly mishandling it.

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  3. Payal, we appreciate your concern but due to massive funding cuts, CDC has lost its edge in the game, I would suggest that people look up directly on the WHO site. Wash your hands with soap and don’t touch your face people.

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  4. I am seeing some really irresponsible commentary on who is tackling the pandemic better. This is not a pissing contest. As much as it our right to demand from our Govts to successfully address this challenge it is also our duty to take self precautions. US is currently a pretty low bar on tackling this challenge. India has actually confirmed more than ten cases of patients recovering after being tested positive.

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  5. A public gathering ban went out last night I believe. For starters schools and colleges have been closed upto 31st March.
    As for this particular event, it was an already scaled down version as the outbreak surged on. The original event was supposed to be held in a stadium.

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  6. She is such a pretty girl and her smile is the best accessory. The suit is very busy. I dont like the neckline and the fit. But it is kind of refreshing to see something non Anarkali.

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