May 4 2015
Mar 29 2015
I have been meaning to post Scarlet’s saree pictures for a long time..
But when I saw her saree pictures, with an unusual tattoo mixed together, I felt compelled to post
Click on the image to read the text of her tattoo
She did a an item number called Kamariya in Shanghai.
“I feel I was born in the wrong country,” says British model Scarlett Mellish Wilson, 24, the newest foreigner found swivelling her hips to Foreign Kamariya in Shanghai. She is happier shaking her booty than doing ballet and so made a beeline for Bollywood after studying performing arts at London’s Tiffany Theatre College. She assisted on choreography for the TV show Chak Dhoom Dhoom and next rubs shoulders with Amy Jackson in Telugu film Yevadu with Ram Charan Teja in the lead.
The tattoo says
Dance like nobody’s watching;
love like you’ve never been hurt.
Sing like nobody’s listening;
live like it’s heaven on earth
Supposedly Mark Twain quote.
Nov 19 2014
I really really want to say something about this sari, but alas, its wordless wednesday, let it be.. lets look at the lilacs in the background and enjoy.
Nov 2 2014
This just says “Bollywood” to me, in a gloriously Technicolor way! And with yesterday being Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s birthday – and today being Shah Rukh Khan’s – what better way to start the day than by posting a traditional saree that would look fabulous on the big screen, especially on the above-mentioned actress? Not so good on SRK, however, though he is looking hot in his latest film!
Sep 8 2014
Its been a while since I posted Sabyasachi – and tell you the truth, I was a bit tired of what I saw from him. This is the problem of setting high standards.
And I haven’t posted a picture of Aishwarya either.
So here is a combo of Aishwarya wearing Sabyasachi.
Classic Sabyasachi saree – red and black, beautiful color combo, and a larger border that takes you back in time and a texture that beacons you to come close and feel.
Aug 20 2014
I have already talked about this sarresque dress, a bit disjointed, but I like it.
It is worth looking at this design from front, back and side.
This is how it looks from the back.
Yes, I know, the pallu looks like a disjointed afterthought.