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Padma Shri for PC

Piggy Chops jetted off for a quick trip home in order to receive the prestigious Padma Shri award for her contributions to Indian cinema and her advocacy for girls' education. There's a whole lot of yellow going on with her net sari, but I think she carries it well. On the whole, I prefer Piggy's lemony look to that of La Rai and La Dixit at their respective Padma Shri ceremonies. The green tikka is a nice touch, and I like the simple hair and makeup too. Rashtrapati Bhavan is not the place for tricked-out smokey eyes, or glittery, glam doll, makeup. Save that for da club.
Photos: pinvilla/bazaarbridein


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