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Couture Meets a Worthy Cause.

Manish Malhotra teamed up with Shaina NC to host a joint fashion show to raise funds for cancer patients in Mumbai. Here's a mashup of some of my favorite looks from the event. Of course no mashup would be complete without a couple of duds - poor Sameer Dattani looks like a cater waiter at the Taj Land's End who accidentally stumbled onto the runway. And Divya D. was a tinseled mess - though it's not really her fault since she didn't dress herself for this show. The blinged out sari sari is excessively bunchy and doesn't flatter her shape at all. Side note: isn't Shama Sikandar a dead ringer for Piggy Chops here? I think it's the Dostana-style sari and hair. Photos: getty.

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