Millennial beauty Sara Ali Khan recently became the face of a magazine cover where she flaunted her glamorous avatar in a green satin saree. Fans poured their hearts out for Sara’s beauty, but there was a section who trolled her for the lifeless expressions.
Sharing the poster, one Reddit user wrote, ‘Madame Sara on Vogue India cover. What in the Taal poster is this?’. Reacting to it, one user wrote, ‘Photographer – You can’t overact in a still photo. Sara – Hold my perpetually open mouth’, another one commented, ‘Photoshopped skin is the worst invention ever, everything is airbrushed to the T. I won’t be surprised if this is an AI-generated image. Airbrushed and color corrected everything, I hate this era so so much’. One wrote, ‘Out of context, but why do they blur the underarms texture!!! Do these actors seriously not have pigmentation in their underarms or is the pigmentation edited? Pigmentation nahi shi par the texture is always there, they can do so much better. Young girls will look at this poster and think something is wrong with their underarms for merely having hair and discoloration’.
Another one commented, ‘Her face looks beautiful. The weird pose is drawing all the attention to her armpits. It is the fault of the shot director’. One wrote, ‘Her expressions are lifeless always and look too fake’, another one ‘Airbrushed Armpits..!’