Shilpa’s white saree in Dhadkan, Dimple’s red saree in Sagar and Shushmita’s chiffon in Mein Hoon Na, have become iconic. Film stars have to be careful as to what they are endorsing or wearing in movies. The first is a personal choice they may or may not. We cannot crucify them. For God’s sake they have a life! But this fixation, copying that goes on, is part and parcel of their job. We love to ape them because for us they bigger than life. Sarees have taken to Bollywood in a big way and it’s a good sign. We at Shatika were thrilled when we saw paithanis in Deepika’s ………. So we are becoming indianised and if it starts from Bollywood that is a very good sign. Three cheers for the saree
Knowing a little of everything always keeps you in good humour with friends. There you have it inadvertently we stumbled on the lesser known formula for success- is being well read. You must have an opinion about everything. As clothes have interested man since the ages and we at Shatika adore sarees therefore, the stories don’t end or quest is to give our readers more value for money. Our aspirations are high and we wish to quench your thirst.While we go to the length and breadth of our country to get for you information, anecdotes, weavers trials and jubilations. You can read all of this at your will and fancy. A mixed bag of reading will add depth to your life. We are your best friend and as friends are supposed to be loyal to each other. We promise to keep abreast of things and there will never be a dull moment in your life.