WTHeyyy: IIFA Edition!

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Spotted Vivek Oberoi wearing quite a bizarre suit! Wtheyyy is goin on with the white lapels!?? Hopefully there were no awkwardly placed white patches on the pants!

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  1. I think he just makes bad choices, which to be fair, he did when he was with Ash also, both career wise and fashion.

    He has so much potential. I wish he’d turn his hair back shorter circa Aditya in Saathiya. Or even the Shootout at Lokhandwala hairstyle, he looked rugged then.

  2. His hair nowadays makes me think that he goes on a rollercoaster ride just to get the right look…wind-blown-fake-volume…oh whatever…why do men like to look like Tarzan?

  3. I cannot STAND this guy, though he was good in Saathiya and in Yuva. He always seems desperate to convince everybody how funny he is. Aargh!

    Anyway, I don’t like the lapels. Looks like he just got of a freshly white painted park bench.

  4. i miss saathiya.

    and in movies that other people have mentioned, like yuva, omkara and even shootout. in those, he wasnt wearin full designer stuff, just random street wear and he looked awesome!

  5. Does he have a stylist? Maybe I’m trying to shift the blame. Who is the designer of the monstrosity?

    The hair though, oh the hair!

  6. To give Vivek his due, I think he is a mature, classy sorta guy. His mistake was to take on the hero’s role too far in censuring Salman. There seems to be a protocol in the industry, and no one wants to buck that despite the injustice of it all. He dared, and is now paying the price. Yet in all that, he stayed classy, Jaya Bachchan’s unclassy KJ insult(man with a mission), John Abraham’s snarky comments, yet I notice that he went about making amends with Salman, paying respect to Teji, his charity work which was criticized uncharitably.Yet has NEVER retaliated unclassily. Give the man his credit. He is a great actor, and can certainly do with support.

  7. his hair is that way because of his role in Apoorva Lahiri’s “Mission Istanbul”. as for the dressing sense the less said the better.


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