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Nach Baliye. Oh Chudiyan Chara Dun.

I couldn't resist - I loved the songs from Bunty Aur Babli. In the Nach Baliye 4 finale, a couple of Bollywood bigwigs were on hand to join the judging trifecta of Farah Khan, Karisma Kapoor and Arjun Rampal. I admire Lara Dutta for being a risk-taker with her hair. After all, hair does grow, so why not spice things up and lop it off once in a while. Her short, layered look really flatters her face and I love the deep side part on her. She wore a floaty and dance-proof Bebe dress to the finale. Girl loves her Bebe and BCBG doesn't she? I love that two of her fave labels are totally affordable! High-low anyone?
In addition to showing the young'uns how it's done on the dance floor, King Khan made yet another fashion statement. If Lara loves Bebe, then SRK loves his scarves. As with his look at the Golden Globes, as soon as SRK made an appearance with the scarf, all the young Z-list SRK wannabes pulled out their winterwear as well.Karisma and Farah looked lovely in complementary blue and red outfits. With the amount of spackle that is doubtlessly caked on Karisma's face for tv appearances, she is beginning to resemble a Barbie doll. A flawlessly made up Barbie doll.Photo Source.

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DeeplyDip said…
srk looks good here and so does lara...but i am not such a fan of lara somehow...karishma sure looks too flawless to be true!
DeeplyDip said…
Didnt care for lara much here...srk looks good...true karishma looks too flawless to be true!!
desipolitan said…
Isn't that funny, DeeplyDip? She's almost too perfect. I prefer Karisma's off-tv style better.

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