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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly.

Sanjay and Manyata Dutt's anniversary party drew Bollywood's big wigs in droves. Kirron Kher was the picture of elegance in her creme sari. Vidya was lovely in lavender with gold accents and strappy sandals. One word for Abhi-baby: sharp! Sonakshi Sinha was light and airy in basic black and white. Sophie actually managed to pull off an unusual silhouette with her round-toe loubies! Amisha was pretty in peach, but should have toned down the blush - it's ok to match eye shadow to your outfit, but not so much for your blush. Mana Shetty pulled red off gracefully, but Suneil's sneakers seem inappropriate while the seaming on his denim was a little strange.Speaking of jeans, is Aftab wearing flared jeans? Not so hot for dudes. Again with the evening sneaks, Reitesh wore oddly tapered denims that could have been a few rinses darker. For a tall guy, Kunal Kapoor got the jeans right, but went a little too cas with the tucked in tee. As for Kunal Khemmu, there was so much wrong: too tight shirt with a too tight man-cami tucked in too distressed jeans and finished off with a too big belt buckle. Awful.Kunal Khemmu's fugly getup brings us to the "ugly." Mallika Khan looked startled as usual when photographed. Why is she always surprised when the cameras flash, her hubby's famous. Her dress was too tight and stretchy to be flattering. Finally, Sheeba (no idea who she is) was a total eye sore. I'll let her CTI (cameltoe-inducing) outfit speak for itself. Photo Source. Photo Source.

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luna said…
why amisha makes every dress look cheap!!!

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