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Sari Style

For the premiere of her Bengali film Sajarur Kanta, Konkona picked a linen Anavila sari wearing it with a pattern blouse and simple jewellery. Now, we don’t have full-lengths of her but from what we see, wish she’d opted for a smaller potli.

The one she carried was just too big.

Accompanying Konkona at the premiere was mum Aparna wearing a black and white cotton bomkai sari, one that she wore with silver bracelet and a spiked tribal necklace. Can’t say am a fan of the necklace but it sure made the look interesting.


Konkona Sen Sharma at Sajarur Kanta Premiere


Aparna Sen at Sajarur Kanta Premiere

Photo Credit: Tellmeboss.com

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At The Film Festival

On closing night, these three lovely ladies skipped heavy-duty formal gear and opted instead for ease. Have a favorite?

Can’t say we were particularly enthused about Mira’s shoes, Aparna’s khaki pants-kurta combo or Aroon’s ill-fitting gold churidaars… But were we to choose regardless, it’d have to be Aroon, Mira and Aparna in that order.

Aparna Sen, Mira Nair And Aroon Shivdasani
At Closing Night Of 11th Annual New York Indian Film Festival

Photo Credit: NYIFF

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The Festival Circuit

It’s been a busy time for director Aparna Sen who first attended the IView Film Festival in New York in September and then the Chicago South Asian Film Festival in Oct. She paired her red (bomkai?) sari with silver jewellery the first time around and then a gold choker at the Chicago appearance. Love the sari. The jewellery, not so much.

Accompanying her at New York was daughter Konkona, who picked an orange one with a pink border and pallu. Of the four ladies, we know which one we loved the least. It was Raajeshwari’s. Would’ve loved Deepti if she added some drop earrings with hers.

Aparna Sen and Konkona Sen Sharma at I View Film Festival, New York

Raajeshwari Sachdev, Deepti Naval and Aparna Sen
At Chicago South Asian Film Festival

Photo Credit: Filmicafe, Karthik Sudhir

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