Friday, February 09, 2007

Kajol, Kajol, Kajol.

OK, so we all didn't agree on Kajol here.

Where do we all stand on this fashion disaster, also from Yeh Dillagi?

12 comments:

Alan said...

Kajol is still cute, but I'll have to agree the outfit is a bit odd. Not too practical when treking through snow covered woods.

Beth said...

She must have been freezing! Also, note that in the snow scene, when she first runs away from the car, she has the black heels on, but just a bit later she has black cowboy boots on. Neat trick! I know songs enable you to change clothes easily, but I didn't know it worked for shoes in isolation.

Soniya said...

She reminds me of a Barbie I used to have - I think it was a "Tex-Mex" doll. I swear I think the costume designer totally ripped off Mattel.

Keith said...

Hey, be nice! I'm pretty sure a darling orphan made that outfit for her in art class, using nothing but crepe paper and puffs of tissue.

Beth -- she would have been warmer if she accessorized the mini with bike shorts, a la Debbie Gibson.

Beth said...

Keith - your comment has made me think of the idea of Bollywood paper dolls. Those could be fun. And why refer to Debbie Gibson (seriously damaging your street cred, by the way) when you can refer to Karisma Kapoor? She's got some formidable bike shorts/poofy skirt combos (sadly I got no pictures when I reviewed the movie, but I did note the presence of said outfits http://bethlovesbollywood.blogspot.com/2005/11/govindariffic-hero-no-1.html)

Keith said...

Street cred? I listen to Kylie Minogue.

indianoguy said...

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Beth said...

Woo-hoo!

babasko said...

yaaaahhooo! *high-fives her fugly sisters*

Pooja said...

Hey, hey, hey... we at Bollywood Fugly ain't fugly ourselves ;).

babasko said...

@pooja: hehe speak for yourself :-p i could show you pictures of this blogger...
sometimes its really embarrassing to remember being a teenager in the 80ies

Pooja said...

Beth, I can't offer you Bollywood paper dolls, but here are some Johnny Depp paper dolls to tide you over.