TV Serials have done so much in India, and I don’t think it is fully appreciated. Because of these soap operas many many women have learned that they have rights; rights that they can exercise and rights that they will instill in their kids.
Of course, the popularities of sarees in the last few years is mainly because of the serials!
This is also an interesting take on the lag colors of the spree, I wonder what it means.
What the heck is she doing in a physics class?
The top one is a “movie” saree in the sense that when they want to show a character from anytime before 18th century, they use sarees of these types; a cheap trick, but it conveys the information.
I guess this is no Sabyasachi saree for sure. Although I don’t see why Sabyasachi can’t come up with the saree as sexy without having so much skin showing.
OK, Katrina is sexy, red saree is sexy, comedy is even more sexier, and you put all them together, shake it a little bit, put some lewd title to the movie and may be, just may be, you can have a hit.
I might not watch it, but I will fast forward it through! If it is really good, instead of fast forwarding it at x8, I will fast forward it only at x4.
Tere Mere Phere is a comic look at the battle of the sexes…. a made for each other couple, Pooja (Sasha Goradia) and Rahul (Jagrat Desai)… who have a perfect love affair and a perfect marriage, set out on a perfect dream honeymoon in a motor home driving through the breath taking Himalayas… but then can life ever be perfect?! If “distance makes the heart grow fonder” then the too much proximity should have the reverse effect! And it does. As Pooja and Rahul get too close for comfort, the gilt of romance begins to rub off, a series of absurd fights follow and soon they get embroiled with a local Himachali small town guy ( Vinay Pathak) and his girl Muskaan, the “Pahadi Mirch” ( Riya Sen).
Not sure about the movie, but the poster is intriguing and the saree is inspiring.
Lets just say it is an faux attempt at making a period piece. I like it.