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Vidya Balan going the maxi way! Yay or Nay?

Vidya Balam according to me is the best actress in Bollywood at the moment. In terms of versatility at least. Her hard work and dedication could be compared to that of Madhu Bala’s and we love her for her straight to the point approach.

Vidya Balan gave inspiration to so many of us and to be honest, she’s the one who got saree’s back in vogue. Before her, it was just Rekha and Jaya Bachchan wearing saree’s to awards while Ash making a few appearances. But post her Sabyasachi trend, everyone started wearing sarees whilst criticizing her. She couldn’t care less.

But now, off late, Vidya Balan thinks its OK to promote her movie by getting into the character. While promoting ghanchakkar, she wore those bizzare outfits and now this. What is wrong with this lady?! 

In Anupamaa

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I’m unable to decide what to make of this look. Is this an anarkali or a maxi or just a loose pakistani type flora? What is it? The orange is so fresh but those heels and those bangles and loose curls make everything so chaotic. Don’t you think?


In Swati Vijaivargie

While Mrs Kapoor was in Mumbai promoting her upcoming movie, Shaadi Ke Side Effects, she wore a pink and slightly grey-ish maxi by Swati Vijaivargie. Now, we love the maxi, don’t get us wrong but it just didn’t suit her. It would look adorable on someone as petite as Natalie Portman and if you want you utilize the free size, then maybe you can wear it while you are preggres but not now Vidya! We really love your entire Sabyasachi saree look.


Another by Swati Vijaivargie

So, you know what they say right? Fool me once, shame on you? Fool me twice, shame on me? That seems to be the exact same case with Vidya Balan. I mean, we thought we could cut her some slack when she wore the first maxi by Swati Vijaivargie but the second time. Lord! Please help her! She was spotted in this pink maxi with black stripes while promoting Shaadi Ke Side Effects in Ahmedabad. What do you guys think of this?document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);

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