You Wore WHAT!?
I swear by God, I went to a wedding where the cake looked exactly like Sunny Leone’s outfit. The cake was to die for. Was Sunny’s dress, though? Not really.
Athiya Shetty brought DRAMA to the red carpet. Her gown was whimsical, structured, sheer and all things nice. PS: Props for the retro waves.
Aditi Rao Hydari made the prettiest canvas for the prettiest painting ever. Her Gauri and Nainika gown was amazing and so were her earrings.
Watching Ranveer Singh dress like a normal human person makes me question my sanity. Like, I might be imagining this phase in his style. Wacky or more mainstream, Ranveer rocks all his looks.
I’m so not feeling Sonakshi Sinha’s ensemble. The look might have been more impactful if not for the jacket. To match her attire, Sonakshi did black and white nails. Oh yeah, she also carried a clutch with an ‘S’ on it. What could it stand for?
When history looks at Bollywood’s achievements, the transformation of one Karisma Kapoor will be a watershed moment. A sleek Bibhu Mohapatra was Karisma’s choice which she styled in the most elegant way possible – slicked back hair, contrasting yet subtle earrings and shoes I’d sell my soul for.
Shriya Saran tried to imbibe 1950s fashion. It’s good to go vintage at times; sadly, this time it did not work out.
It’s tough to recognise Mandana Karimi when she’s not whining or screaming. But I’m not complaining because she looks great here.
There’s something so hideously off about Lauren Gottlieb’s look that it’s bordering on comical costume. It’s a pink satin jumpsuit with lace trimmings and cape sleeves. It just doesn’t belong on the red carpet.
All of Elli Avram’s red carpet appearances just meld into one another so much that I feel like I’ve seen her wear the exact same gown to so many other events before.
It was nice of Shibani Dandekar to drop by on her way to Goa.
Image source: Manav Manglani