Using child models and projecting them as grown-adults in situations of marriage or domestic chores is not funny anymore. It’s high time we call them out.
Triggered by #SareeTwitter, Archana Pai Kulkarni essays her love-hate, and then love again relationship with sari.
What #SareeTwitter has done, is to renew my resolution to wear more sarees. The saree, I realize, is always more than just an everyday garment. A saree is an identity, a comfort, a statement, a growing into, writes Kiran Manral.
#SareeTwitter has been one of the top trends since Monday and by Tuesday it was already a massive hit. The trend has shown the timeless beauty of sarees and that nothing beautifies an Indian woman more than a traditional saree.