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2009 Bollywood Magazine Covers


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Here is a small collection of the Cover pages of the Film Magazines from India. They are the Bollywood beauties.

Here is a small collection of the Cover pages of the Film Magazines from India. They are the Bollywood beauties.

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  • 1. presents E Awareness 2009 - MAGAZINE COVERS Take a look at some of the hottest magazine covers of the year.
  • 2. Every month a Bollywood beauty dolls up in her most striking avatar on Magazine cover. With international NG-IITM fashion journals hitting Indian shores along with local gossip magazines, the competition is tough for hot-selling covers. Take a look at some of the hottest magazine covers of 2009.
  • 3. NG-IITM Deepika Padukone, Harper's Bazaar The Love Aaj Kal girl's slender frame and chiseled features makes her any camera's delight. No wonder she's the recurring choice of so many fashion editors.
  • 4. Bipasha Basu, Maxim If looking hot is a NG-IITM hobby; Bipasha Basu is its prime endorser. While we are yet to recover from her last year's tempting cover girl act, the Bengali bombshell turns on the heat in this seductive bit of lingerie.
  • 5. Imran Khan and Sonam Kapoor, Filmfare Individually, they have tremendous NG-IITM presence. And together, they are sheer magic. So it's only natural to expect a memorable cover when a boyish Imran Khan and ethereal Sonam Kapoor fire up the pages of a magazine with their fantastic chemistry.
  • 6. Kareena Kapoor, Hi Blitz 2009 saw the radiant Kapoor NG-IITM gracing the maximum number of covers. While most of them exploited her glam goddess profile, this one portrays her queenly, soft- hued splendour with ravishing results.
  • 7. Aishwarya Ray Bachchan – Varve Red is a tricky shade. Not everyone can pull NG-IITM it off with lan. Ash, however, is not 'everyone.‘ The luminous 36-year-old with an impressive line-up of releases like Raavan, Endhiran, Action Replay and Guzaarish in the coming year appears indisputably luscious in this cherry-red Shahab Durazi gown.
  • 8. Katrina Kaif, Vogue Still hung up on Katrina Kaif's NG-IITM cute-as-a-button Jenny in Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani? Well, you'll find nothing of that sort here. The gorgeous Cancerian rocks this bling-y Chanel number with her understated oomph and glamour-laden poise.
  • 9. Vidya Balan, Marie Claire NG-IITM She's been spotted in a whole lot of Sabyasachi Mukherjee lately. Incidentally, he's also designed Vidya Balan's wardrobe in R Balki's ‘Paa’. To Vidya's credit, her classic, close-up happy disposition makes her quite a muse, don't you think?
  • 10. NG-IITM Lara Dutta, Elle There's definitely a lot more to Lara Dutta than a shapely swimsuit body. Catch her stand tall and proud, like a new- age princess, on the cover of Elle. Clearly, there's nothing blue about this one.
  • 11. Kangna Ranaut, Grazia Isn't this Dolce & NG-IITM Gabbana outfit a modified version of what we just witnessed on Lara? Indeed. Trust Kangna Ranaut, however, to make us overlook this detail with her fiercely fashionable and vintage diva presence.
  • 12. Genelia D'Souza, FHM NG-IITM Genelia leaves her frothy, tomboyish Aditi days behind to slip into a slinky, cowl- necked LBD and flaunt her brand new sexy skin. Not bad for a rookie seductress. Not bad at all. Courtesy: Rediff
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