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A Big, Fat, Indian Wedding.

Indian weddings are colorful, bejeweled extravaganzas where attendees often tread the precarious line of totally OD'ing it. No where is this more true than in our beloved Bollywood. The star studded nuptials of a Bollywood financier's son at the Race Course in Mumbai, was the scene of wedding attire done right, and wedding attire done oh-so-wrong!

Celebuspawn Sonakshi Sinha (daughter of Shatrughan) was an absolute vision. Her combination of black and neutral was stunning, yet did not in anyway detract from the colorful bride (it is her day after all)! I love the off-the-shoulder, long sleeve blouse. Its covered-upness offsets the lacey transparency of her sari. The result is that Sonakshi was tastefully eye-catching rather than OTT. She capped off her look with a sleek low bun and neutral makeup.On the other end of the spectrum, we have Nagma, who in her bright red sari has broken the cardinal rule of wedding attendance: do not overshadow the bride! As you would avoid wearing white to a western wedding, so too, you should avoid wearing bright red to an Indian shaadi. Nagma's sari practically screams "look at me! I'm the bride!"Rekha never disappoints in her stunning kanjivaram, although I must ask: is she married? I thought not, but yet again, she is sporting the sindoor so I wonder? Celina (she of the freaky lenses) looks very Bengali and very lovely as well. However, Celina's sari does resemble a paanetar sari which is customarily worn by a Gujarati bride so hopefully Ms. Jaitley didn't pull a Nagma here!
Mads, on the other hand, was sadly a total miss in her schizophrenic sari. It's totally and excessively blinged out on the one hand, but in the most blah biegey-gold on the other. What a shame after her recent appearance.Poonam Dhillon finally nails it with her silk sari that is both age appropriate and flattering. I could do without the shiny bag, however.
The usually slutty Mallika Sherawat was also in attendance at this wedding. To my great surprise, she did not in fact show up half naked! She chose a suit in the popular pink/aqua color combo and while she certainly wears it as tight as humanly possible, at least her legs, midriff and her girls are properly covered! That's progress, right?Photo Source. Photo Source.

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