On the first and second day of the Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Puja, Kajol decided to go the simple way with her choice of SVA saris which kept her styling simple yet stylish. In the left, she is seen in a white printed sari matched beautifully with hot pink and yellow border and a sleeveless pink blouse. A Durga Maa pendant and some golden bangles finish off her look. On the right, she opted for a red see-through sari with a simple pink lace and orange border, accessorized perfectly right with a single bracelet and a heavy green necklace.
In the last two appearances, Kajol stepped beyond looking simplistic and went for some conventional glamor. At a puja event held in Mumbai (left), she sported an off-white sari contrasted with some beautiful shades of pink, blue and green on the border and drapped around her in a traditional style. She accessorized herself with gold necklace, earrings and some bangles. On the last day of North Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Puja, she let down her hair, literally, and was seen donning a checked contemporary SVA sari. The red bindi on her forehead and the golden earrings brightened up her look beautifully.
Personally, we think she looked beautiful in all four attires, but the last two occasions showcased her beauty better. Be it the prints of the saris or the traditional drape, she was simply shining. They were also quite clever examples of sporting the 'best of both worlds' look. If we have to mention an improvement at all, we do feel she should've put more effort into her hairdos. A simple, classic bun may be the most comfortable in such heat but it did get a bit repetitive at three different occasions.
Overall BollyCurry Rating - 3.5/5
Tell us which look of Kajol you liked more in your comments; simple classic or elegantly traditional?
Author: Maisooma B.
Editors: Neethi B. & Jenifer Y.