- Login | Register
- Current Issue
- Most Read
- Previous Issues
As the little party slowly approached the wedding venue of Sonam Kapoor in Bandra, Mumbai, paparazzi espied three bona fide movie stars—Karisma, Kareena and Saif. But the beady eyed little fellow surveying the world from dad’s shoulder made the lensmen zoom in, then zoom in some more. Pink seemingly being the family colour, little Taimur would wear nothing but that. We understand.
Even a wedding so carefully choreographed, photographers at the ready to take the most fetching images for the world waiting outside, has images as natural and heartening as this. Anand Ahuja, very much the handsome groom (that dagger is jewel-encrusted, I’m sure), kneels beside his heavily draped bride, Sonam Kapoor, who’s struck helpless with gleeful, 24-carat happiness. Veere Di Wedding won’t match this in purity.
Right, so she loves pizza. She, moreover, loves to eat pizza in the bath, delicately balancing the box across the tub, splashing about the tepidly warm water as the cheese and toppings do their moreish work. Did the experienced photographer catch her thus, in felicitous medias res? We think not. A tribute to New York-based painter Lee Price, who specialises in the relations between women and food, Padma Lakshmi wields her own brush rather well.
MoMA’s annual Met Gala ball, full of itself for being frequented by the age’s leading beauties, gave out the pea-brained theme: “Fashion and the Catholic Imagination”. Priyanka, Hollywood’s fave Indian hurried to comply with a Ralph Lauren velvet dress and a glistening hood. Deepika gave the theme a damn, chose Prabal Gurung and looked as biblically seductive as any woman. She was trolled for not clinging to the theme. We salute her as such.
Russell Crowe has got a koala chlamydia treatment ward in Australia named after comedian John Oliver. This after Oliver tried to take the mickey, buying a number of items from Crowe’s ‘divorce auction’ and helping out struggling video stores. Chlamydia impacts a lot of koalas Down Under.