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The Star Screen Awards gave us an opportunity to check out our fabulous and fugulous celebs flying solo as well as some of our favorite celebrity couples. Twinkle Khanna and Akki were sssssizziling! When this duo is "on" they really light it up! Twinkle looked her usual fabulous self, but this time it looks like she managed to exert some stylistic influence over Akki. And what a wonder a sprinkle of Twinkle's magic did! (Apologies in advance, but I had to say that. Aside: Twinkle's mom's name is Dimple, aunt's name is Simple, and sister is Rinke. No joke). Anyway, the Khanna-Kumars were on fire. Next up, Sussanne and Hrithik Roshan are usually in direct competition with the Khanna-Kumars in terms of most stylish couple. Unfortunately, they did not rise to the occasion as did Twinkle and Akki. The Roshans were hot but not sizzling since each on their own looked good, but together, they failed to impress. The Bollywood trend - in case you haven't noticed - is for husband's to complement or match their better half's attire. Hrithik's mint green shirt didn't quite accomplish that. Plus, when taken along with Suzanne's Emilio Pucci dress, the mint green shirt brings them down to a more casual, summery look which is not entirely appropriate for a red carpet. Finally, Zayed Khan and his wife Malaika were just lukewarm with their uninspired all-in-black attire. Booooring. C'mon people, look alive! Black-on-black-on-black will wash anyone out.


Anonymous said…
I couldn't figure out what Suzanne's hemline was doing, but I loved Twinkle's dress! She did look super (and Akki better than he does alongside Deepika!)...
desipolitan said…
Totally, memsaab! I think when Twinkle's in charge of Akki's fashion choices, we can be assured there won't be any disasters!

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