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What Happened To Our Dhak-Dhak Girl?

If you caught Aaja Nachle, you will agree that Madhuri Dixit has only gotten better with age. A marriage and two kids later, La Dixit is still the Queen Bee of Bollywood which is why her appearance at the Slumdog Millionaire premiere in Mumbai was all the more disappointing. First off, it looks like little to no effort was put into her hair as it looks more like a result of scrunch-and-air-dry than anything else. Her makeup is ultra-matte which makes it harsh and screams "middle-aged mom" rather than diva. I wish she had gone with dewy skin with a slight shimmer and glossy lips. Note: for maturing skin, skip full-coverage, matte foundation in favor of a lighter foundation combined with an illuminator. Matte products will only serve to emphasize fine lines and will add ten years to your appearance, whereas a slight shimmer will create a glowy effect that will diminish the effects of age. Think of it as photoshop in a bottle.

As far as her choice for eveningwear, her boring salwaar suit paired with chappals was a real snore. Seriously what happened to Aaja Nachle Madhuri who rocked out that black-teal lehnga? C'mon, you guys know what I'm talking about! Judging by the border on the sleeves and hemline, the salwaar appears to be a Manish Malhotra creation. If so, then it's the dowdy cousin of the anarkalis worn by the Kapoor sisters on Nach Baliye. Anyway, here's hoping this is a one-off for Mads and that she comes back as fierce as ever at her next public appearance!Photo Source.
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