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Vidya stepped out in two outfits on Wednesday wearing a black outfit to an awards ceremoney and then switching into an AK-OK shirt and dhoti-skirt set later for a birthday party. Between the two, much preferred her in the AK-OK.

I would’ve liked the black but the shapelessness of the top was a downer. I also couldn’t understand if it was a sari or two different pieces.

See another pic of it inside.

Vidya Balan

Vidya Balan

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. Lord knows what that black outfit is but I’ll give it a pass coz it leaves something to the imagination. Whereas those co-ords leave nothing to the imagination and they’re plain ghastly. Reminds me of a shirt and veshti that a South Indian hero will flip and get into a fight, pronto.
    Vidya is an unending saga of bad clothes happening to a gorgeous woman.

  2. Post 2012/the dirty picture phase, Vidya’s fashion, for the most part, has been a constant downhill journey. That’s like a decade of bad fashion. That dhoti set is probably the worst she has worn in recent times.

  3. The Dhoti Skirt set is badly designed. The backpain pose is adding to her woes. Not a good look.

    I like the black one in comparison, owing to the styling. It is one of those sarees with the arm hole thingy. But not having the ruched end makes it look out of shape unlike the ones Dia Mirza and a few others sported and slayed. The fault is with the design.

  4. These oufits show that many designers do not design for an average height and size Indian woman. Its not just Vidya but many women I see on the street. Most are in ill fitting western wear or voluminous kurta sets. Maybe some tall girl will carry it off but it is underwhelming on shorter women.

    Worst are the women of a certain age outfits which seem to think outift must have some shapeless element like the black sareedress.

  5. That black outfit is a raw mango saree/dress/dhothi???? No clue.
    Raw mango itself were clueless about how it’s worn ?…. They said it was a Nepali saree/ dress whatever. But didn’t know how it was worn. Such a downer this ?


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