Articles tagged: Sheena Chohan

24 Jan

Sheena Chohan sophisticated look in Rimi Nayak design

Sheena ChohanSheena Chohan looked awesome in a Rimi Nayak Bengali Typography embroidered dress and patchwork jacket from the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2013 collection at the trailer launch of the movie ‘O Teri’

A very sophisticated look don’t you think?

02 Sep

Celebrity Fashion: Worst dressed of the Week (PHOTOS)

Vidya Malvade, Sheena Chohan and Preeti Jhangiani in worst dressed of the weekUnfortunately every week there are celebs that get it wrong or took fashion risks that ultimately didn’t pay off.

We’ve selected our worst looks of the week, from Shweta Salve and Suchitra Pillai at Anuskha Manchanda’s live show to Vidya Malvade at Crimzon Accessories Store.

Click through the gallery and let us know who you thought was the worst dressed

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

31 Aug

Sheena Chohan over the top look at ‘I am She-2012′ event auditions

Sheena Chohan hosting the I am She-2012 auditions Sheena Chohan was snapped hosting the I am She-2012 event auditions wearing a multi-coloured digital print top.

Unfortunately for her we just did not get wowed over with Sheena’s look.

There is too much going on. Even the Calvin Klein belt or the pulled back pony tail failed to win us over.

We hope Sheena tones down her style next time

25 Apr

Sheena Chohan and Vinay Pathak spotted at Varsha Vyas-Neeta Pathare art exhibition

Former Miss Kolkatta Sheena Chohan and Vinay Pathak were spotted at Varsha Vyas-Neeta Pathare art exhibition at Nehru Centre Art Gallery.

Vinay Pathak took centre stage with his quips as he inaugurated Varsha Vyas and Neeta Pathare’s painting exhibition titled Feminine Felicity. Vinay arrived on time and patiently looked at the works of both artists taking ample time to understand each artist’s technique in detail.

The actor kept everybody right from the oldies to the kids entertained till the time he left with his genuineness and his infectious sense of humour.

Says Vinay, “Both artists have their own style of looking at the subject – Feminine Felicity. While one is realistic, the other is abstract. And I like the approaches.”

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Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani