Kiara Advani poses in a yellow gown during a photoshoot. Photo: kiaraaliadvani/Instagram.
Sakeena Banday, Staff Reporter
Weddings, job interviews, networking events, funerals, parties, bridal or baby showers, women always get confused by the attire they should wear. What you wear to any of these occasions depends on so many factors — the venue, the formality of the invite, the weather, and often what others plan to wear. But there are some sartorial standards to look to for the guidance.
Fashion trends change day by day but the most important point for looking beautiful is the way you carry yourself. To put an end once and for all to the what-do-I-wear dilemma one thing should be kept in mind that whatever you wear should comfort you.
Celebrities are one of the best ways of promoting company products, set different trends, and voice opinions. And along the way, they get trolled.
Celebrities have a powerful impact on how teens view themselves and how they see the world.
Many celebrities have made their exceptional remarks on certain events.
Priyanka Chopra at Met Gala 2019 wore a silver gown by Dior which had a sheer fitted bodice, detailing in silver, and a trailing cape with colourful feathers. Her dress cost a whopping Rs 4,583,280.
While the look went well with the theme of 'Camp: Notes on Fashion', some believed her makeup was too scary and the actress was trolled all over social media for her look.
Sara Ali Khan was trolled for her acting in her movie “Love aaj Kal” and her outfits by saying ‘Nawab gareeb ho gayi’. Besides being trolled she has been the most popular actor among her contemporaries.
One of Deepika Padukone's green ballooney outfits was the topic of discussion and she got trolled with netizens calling her ‘patta ghobhi’ and ‘grasshopper’ at the Grazia Millennial Awards 2019. But she is known for being the most stylish actor in Bollywood.
Alia Bhatt looks totally ravishing in Manish Malhotra’s lahenga outfit but still gets teased by fans for her lack of general knowledge and for committing spelling errors last year.
Sonam Kapoor who is a fashionista and even has her own fashion label was brutally attacked for her choice of outfit and shamed for wearing it as she stepped out on the red carpet wearing a glamorous black outfit.
Kiara Advani gained popularity after her movie “Kabir Singh” but trolls never spare celebrities as she was branded as “Maggie noodles” because of the many strands in her yellow outfit. Many fans appreciated her look and were swayed by her nude makeup look and intense expressions, others found a way to troll her and compared her to Maggi noodles. But who cares, Maggie noodles never looked that gorgeous.
Actresses Priyanka Chopra, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Deepika Padukone and Disha Patani also faced criticism for their anti-racism social media posts while having featured in ads for skin fairness products.
While mum and dad were busy at work, little Taimur, with some help from a crew member, aimed a blow-dryer at onlookers to put up a mock shootout gesture.
Indian origin American actress Mindy Kaling counts Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor as Indian stars she would love to work with.
In a major development, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Wednesday said that it has summoned Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preeet Singh for questioning in a drug-related case
The Duke of Sussex was reportedly mistaken for an employee while shopping for a Christmas tree in California with his wife Meghan Markle. The couple is reportedly spending the holiday season in the US.
Relying on donations for the roughly $300 a month needed to feed the snakes, Wilatha only keeps them until he feels they are ready to go back to the wild.
"It's wearable and comfortable," said 25-year-old Harish Bansal, who described his audacious creation as a dream project. Bansal said he got the idea two years ago while studying jewellery design in western city of Surat.