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Kajol covers L’officiel’s April issue wearing a Saloni jumpsuit, and below are some images from the cover story. Which is your favorite shot?

Kajol covers April Issue Of L'Officiel In Saloni-1

Kajol For L’Officiel, April 2014

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In Saloni jumpsuit (left) and Alice + Olivia shirt, Michael Kors jeggings and Zara loafers (right)

Kajol covers April Issue Of L'Officiel In Saloni-3

In Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna pantsuit (left) and Zara shirt and Sabyasachi collar (right)

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  1. She looks fabulous- love the shots with my favorite shots in a) the Saloni jumpsuit (w/sunglasses on) and b) the Alice & Olivia shirt – love the loafers with this look!

  2. Such boring clothes. And not to mention they have lightened her skin to a Caucasian level. In that white shirt pic, that’s not even her. Some one with defined jawline and one third her size.Jeez!

    • While I am with you on what you said-props to them for at least not completely questioning our intelligence by showing her look stick thin.

  3. Dear Kajol,
    Gentle reminder – you r not Caucasian and you don’t need to be one either. Black, brown or white, we are all beautiful in our own skin and we don’t need to pretend to be someone that we are not. As a celebrity, you are responsible for influencing the way young women think. Wish you would go back to being the kind of role model you were in the 90s when u inspired all of us to rejoice in our natural beauty
    Someone who spent an entire decade with bushy eyebrows inspired by u

  4. Love the O&L shirt with Kors Leggings. Even though she has been photoshopped, she doesn’t look morphed as some other celebs we have seen in the past. Wish Aishwarya Rai-Bachan would change things up like Kajol does.

  5. Only she can get one to look past a unibrow. I like her looks. However, the last time I remember seeing her she did not have such a sleek face and defined jawlines. God bless photoshop.

  6. There is something magnetic about this woman!!! Pulls the camera in…such confidence! Although I agree she looks lighter than she is…but still fabulous.

  7. I fail to understand why Kajol can’t get rid of her unibrow when she can use tons of fairness cream & makeup to look fairer in ads & photos. Having a clean eyebrow is much classier than using fairness skin to hide your natural skin tone

  8. if Frida Kahlo can be considered a style icon with a unibrow, why can’t Kajol? who is charismatic and beautiful and talented and accomplished? I don’t much like these photos, but at least they focus on her very individual and striking face.
    Basically, I will always choose Kajol over the dozens of cookie cutter heroines with artificially enhanced everything.


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