January 19, 2020

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  • OUTLOOK
  • Monday
  • 16 April, 2007
Kaleidoscope Eyes

Designer Neeta Lulla’s ode to the girl child had its glamour quotient intact at the WLIFW. Her all-western line took the winding paths of a girl’s life. The finale included Renee and her long and winding mom Sushmita Sen.

India And The World

Sahara chief Subrata Roy may be a recluse, but his pariwar has been busy taking India to the world. A mega musical show, Bharati, has recently completed its 160th run in Europe. Next stop: the Ash-Abhishek wedding.

Big Canvas

Tina Ambani was a picture of perfect harmony—glowing pearls, polished teeth (damn the yellow stains), hands manicured. And of course, with saas Kokilaben doting on her, she rattled off complicated details of the art market. Perhaps enough to impress FM P. Chidambaram who showed up to inaugurate the 12th edition of the Harmony art show.

Home Wrecker

As if being called a zebra by would-be- mom-in-law wasn’t enough, now Preity Zinta has to face the ire of an angry divorced Suchitra Krishnamurthy. Home wrecker, that’s her latest tag. All this just when she’s set to build her Nes(s)t.

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