Somebody pointed out to us recently that Rani Mukherji is being seen more and more in super low below the navel saris. Our demure Ms. Mukherji? No way we thought. And then we found a picture of her in a low-low red chiffon sari. Then she got an honorable mention on our sexy sari navel awards. And now here’s a picture of her showing off her stuff in a black chiffon.
To be sure, Rani does the low rise sari much more subtly than, say, Shilpa. She always keeps her pallu in place. But behind that chiffon, Rani is daring to bare a bit more these days!
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NY times said that the movie was not just un-funny; it was actually anti-funny. But another friend of mine, who went with very little expectations, thought it was pretty funny, in a sophomoric way.
Let’s forget about the movie and appreciate and admire the saree that was designed by Gurpreeet Pia of NY.
Jessica Alba acquires this label that is actually dreaded by many desi women in US, the E label – which stands for Exotic.
She carries off the faux saree well!
Nice little red number. Draped like a Malaysian woman would, slightly higher than what one would consider as optimal. Blouse is kind of non-descript and doesn’t add much to the saree.
This is a fire engine red saree with a mid sized border and red petticoat. I like the way it is draped; the pallu goes all the way around adds to the saree’s projection.
Shown on JUn 15, 2008 in Mumbai
Love the bejeweled border on this saree and the star sequined add glamour to the saree.
The blouse seems to have matching zari work and the overall look is classy and glamorous – any way, thats how it looks, right!
Except, that is Namitha:
Same saree, more detail.
Totally transformed a classy saree in to a sexy saree; not that both of these qualities can not co-exist.
Thanks to Shaum for pointing this out and to Idlebrain.com for the pics.
Can’t tell if this is Satya Paul Polka collection saree or one inspired from it or one created independently.
It is a pleasant saree though and she wears it will. The colors make her look festive and happy.
Here is Fuchsia Polka Saree of Aishwaraya (satya paul design, 2004, if memory serves me correctly)
Aishwarya’s blouse design looks a lot hipper and I think the secondary color of Aishwarya’s saree is also a bit more contrasting then simple cream or white.