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It’s been a while since we had Waheeda on these pages and boy, was she a sight for sore eyes! Le sigh.

Waheeda Rahman

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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    • Considering we don’t add it for any other senior actors while writing here, I don’t see why I need to for her. It doesn’t mean if I speak to her personally, I won’t address her that way. (That is if I ever have the good fortune to be able to meet her…)

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      • Have a look at your post on Shaban Azmi- you’ve referred to her as Ms Azmi and not Shabana. Which is the right thing to do. And Waheeda Rehman belongs to an even earlier generation, so first name basis is definitely inappropriate here.

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      • Just cause you do a wrong , doesn’t mean you need to continue during that . It’s a basic courtesy to address anyone of her league with some respect

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  1. Always graceful, with a beautiful smile and a dignity that begets respect. I’m loving this reception – we got to see so many whom we don’t get to see very often. Just for that, thank you to Ranveer and Deepika for inviting them :-)

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  2. Payal, would have been nice to see this alongside the other saree pics of Shabana, Hema Malini and Rekha. Even though Waheeda Rehman deserves to be featured on her own, the contrast to those other ladies would have been interesting. Especially Rekha.

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  3. When you are featuring Waheeda Rahman ji, Aishwarya, Vidya Balan you are not addressing them as “South Indian celebrity” right. But addressing that way on Samantha’s post was really odd and unnecessary. It was like differentiating them based on their ethnicity and region.

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    • What a timeless beauty and timeless elegance she is.
      Kaash yeh hum dekhpathe aaj kal.
      She looks dignified and graceful like she always is.

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    • maybe because the other ladies are regularly featured outside south India.. they don’t get tagged as such, whereas Samantha does primarily feature only in South Indian magazines. just a thought

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    • I am from South India and I don’t see any differentiation here. Infact I think that’s more informative to those readers who don’t know many new age South actors. Introducing the actors that way only makes sense, nothing derogatory

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  4. Oh Goodness. Such classic elegance, timeless beauty and charm. Apart from her inner radiance all it took was a beautifully draped sareee, string of pearls and a radiating smile. How simple is that yet so many of us aspire for that vibe she generates. love .

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  5. We need more of these classics. This just shows that old is definitely gold. She is grace personified.
    Great post, thank you PnP. What type of sari is that? It is so dreamy and delicate.

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