Jacqueline's in a complicated relationship with the sari
Her choice will leave you scratching your head
You Wore WHAT!?
Jacqueline Fernandez had a Juliet and Rapunzel balcony moment at MAMI.
Now only if her Anamika Khanna sari (?) was not so goddamn complicated. There's a sari-like drape, a cape AND a band at the waist. I'm sure great technique has gone into the look but honestly it's just not working.
At times like these Kalki Koechlin makes a great case for
simplicity and minimalism.
Aamir Khan walked the red carpet with the Dangal girls - Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra. They made a pretty stylish trio. I could not really find it, but I have a feeling I've seen a similar blue gown on Kangana Ranaut.
Karan Johar's shoes are as blingy as his movies.
I can work with Richa Chadda's Huemn gown. But why the '90s hair band?
No, Huma. Just no. I'm going to start a petition to get back the days when Huma Qureshi had found her style niche.
Dia Mirza let the colourful work on her Varun Bahl gown
stand out by keeping the rest of her look very simple.
There's a slight futuristic vibe to this Amit Aggarwal gown.
And, I think, the fact that Diana Penty styled it with a topknot just adds to
that vibe. I'm digging this look.
Abhay Deol came dressed like your teenage cousin would to a
wedding - casual, because he does not want to seem like he made an effort but
still formal because his mum yelled at him to dress up.
Something about the fall of this Amit Aggarwal dress is a little off. It's got weird gathers, a fringe and a pattern that's doing nothing to help the cause of the dress.
Natasha Poonawala's ensemble looks like one of those fancy cakes you see on TV with fancy tiers and sugar flowers.
And this is what it looks like from the back.
Image Source: Manav Manglani