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Madam Hema's School For Fashion Challenged Starlets.

We all know that Hema Malini is an accomplished bharatanatyam dancer and teacher, a fantastic actress and a style maven. I propose that Madam Hema open up a finishing school of sorts for confused Bollywood starlets where she can attempt to imbue in them her own high sense of fashion. Lord knows they need it! At the Neeta Lulla show at LFW, Sameera Reddy showed up in the most atrocious of prints. Lara Dutta was a top to bottom disappointment - and that hair ... I think maybe it is due for a trim or a reshaping at least. Neetu Chandra wore a dress in a lovely shade of blue - that's the only good thing I have to say about it. She paired it with closed toe heels which were way too businessy for the party vibe given off by the dress. As for Isha, well her dress is just ghastly. Period. Shriya Saran attended the show while wearing a dress she seems to have borrowed from Neetu - though it's actually a slightly different print. And perky Genelia wore a dress complete with rosettes that I'd have expected Amrita Rao to wear... this is not a good thing.Hema Malini was by and far the best dressed attendee of the show, wearing a Neeta Lulla sari paired with tasteful gold and diamond jewelry.Photo Source.

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