In Manish Malhotra

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Armaan and Anissa’s wedding reception saw Tara in a white Manish Malhotra lehenga which she wore with a choker, earrings and a white potli. I don’t like the stark white embroidery on the dupatta but overall, she looked nice.



Tara Sutaria

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. MM makes the same design skimpy blouse and lehenga in different colour combinations..ivory, peach, pink,white, etc etc. And these starlets pick one each and end up looking exact same as each other

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  2. I dunno if I’m being a prude but doesn’t this kind of blouse look a tad vulgar at a family wedding? There will be elderly people to whom this may look a tad too revealing? Or is it just me being crazy?

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    • If you look at the family, everyone is wearing clothes like these. It’s a Bollywood filmi family.
      Also, interestingly, words like vulgar in our culture are almost always only used to describe beautiful sexy women. By other women.
      And then we can wonder why women aren’t top dogs.
      Let’s be behens please. Stop using words like ‘vulgar’ to describe women. It destroys them.

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      • Plus, the definitions are relative. What you wear to weddings could be not appropriate at another wedding in the same city. India is not one culture. 🙂

        I think she looks…Ok. Strictly Ok.

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      • Showing half your chest off, in any culture, any society will evoke the same feelings. Just because it’s accepted doesn’t mean it’s right!
        I totally agree with ‘Me’s post above’.

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      • I didn’t say she was vulgar, I said the blouse was vulgar. There’s a big difference between the two in opinion. Some clothes are a little too revealing and can be distasteful in certain occasions.. That doesn’t mean I am casting character aspersions on the woman wearing them. No offense meant – I’m just clarifying my statement 🙂

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    • True! This is filed under women empowerment.

      Same kinda dresses worn in movies and item songs are filed under “objectifying women”, misogyny etc.

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  3. Ugh. Glittery lehnga. Pastely/ silver gold colour Check. Small bralet. Check. Potli. Check. Same ol makeup. Check. Everyone looks just the same.

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  4. Tara is back to her non-blouse! Such a pretty girl who makes bollywood cookie cutter choices. Someone please tell these girls, it’s NOT sexy to do a boob display. A hint of accidental cleavage is!

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  5. Agreeing with Bella up top- there’s always such an onslaught of “so vulgar for a wedding” or ” too dressed up for a wedding” on posts like this but I swear every Indian wedding i’ve ever been to, every girl dresses like this? And it seems like the norm – so comments like these are always curious- frankly I think she looks really gorgeous 🙂

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  6. Is the Malhorta in Jain-Malhotra related to Manish Malhotra? Why are so many stars wearing MM and that too all white or pale cream ensembles? Was there a theme for the wedding? was the dress code strictly MM? So so stupid that when these guys have access to so many brands/designers everyone folks to the same designer, same collection even and end up looking like they are walking the ramp for the designer except it is at a wedding! I would want to stand out (of course for all the right reasons) and not be lost in a sea of same2same! SMH.

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  7. I always find Tara’s looks the complete opposite of ‘effortless’…there always seems to be a need to prove some kind of a point or tick boxes whether it’s the mandatory barely there blouses or the very heavy makeup. I wish she would go more natural with her appearances in general and stop feeling the need to conform to the ‘bollywood’ ideals of beauty.

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