Oct 31 2010
Lakme has started a Picture Perfect award at the Fashion Shows. They pick about 5-7 pictures a day and select one from those.
The winning entry was:
You can see the model in the background. It is kind of interesting.
Oct 31 2010
Buddhadeb Dasgupta’s Ami Yasin Ar Amar Madhubala, unlike most of his films, carries a scathing social comments.
One morning, Rekha, played by Sameera Reddy, is shocked to discover by sheer chance that her most intimate moments in the privacy of her room were being captured on a spy-cam fixed above her dressing cabinet mirror.
A police complaint uncovers the culprit. Rekha feels the shock of having been raped, day after day, by a man she placed her faith in. The shock is about the vulnerability of a young girl who is raped by a rapist who is not even in the same room with her, much less having the physical access without which even an attempt is not possible.
Sunny Joseph’s camera freezes her shock in time. It captures her in a mesmerising mid-shot sitting on the floor of her room, back to the wall, her hair a bit askew, her sari revealing the hemline of a petticoat and her ankles, after the police have left.
Oct 29 2010
I think she used her blouse piece for the saree to make a saree for her Teddy – how sweet!
She looks lovely, although I do think that Teddy doesn’t seem to happy to be wearing the saree!
May be if she made it in to a matching turban!
Oct 28 2010
Here is the A-Z of the body measurements.
He has all the different measurements covered up to V.
W is the shoe size, X is the ring size, Y is the hand size and Z is the head size! Size of your wallet
We need to standardize this process and “master tailors” have to stop adding arbitrary inches here and there! How can you expect the saree blouse and other tight fitting garments to fit you like a glove if you don’t measure right!
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