The in­fa­mous sad­hvi is in the spotlight again for in­spir­ing kitty party themes, makeovers and makeup trends

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Shara Ashraf ■ shara. ashraf@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

Aself-pro­claimed godwoman would be an un­likely in­spi­ra­tion for kitty party themes, but that’s ex­actly what’s hap­pen­ing with the much con­tro­ver­sial Radhe Maa. With an un­ver­i­fied pic­ture (above) of a group of women par­ty­ing and pos­ing as Radhe Maa — dressed in red, sport­ing tilak on the fore­heads and hold­ing tr­ishul — go­ing vi­ral on the in­ter­net, the spotlight is back on the godwoman who’s cur­rently in­com­mu­ni­cado. Her in­famy, how­ever, has led to event man­agers get­ting queries on the theme. “Most party themes are pre­dictable. A Radhe Maa party seemed so cool. Peo­ple are do­ing it just for laughs,” says Dolly Gupta, a city-based event man­ager. The 45-yearold sad­hvi has al­ways been on-trend. As re­ported first by HT City in 2012, she only wears cou­ture, and never re­peats an out­fit. As quoted in the story, Delhi de­signer Kapil Arora, who de­signed clothes for her, said that each out­fit costs up to R 5lakh, and she wears them once, be­fore giv­ing them away to devo­tees. The sad­hvi has also inspired Dub­s­mash videos by users who have given them­selves a Radhe Maa makeover. While one video by user Umesh Poddar shows him groov­ing on the song Radha likes to Party, another video shows Radhe Maa hold­ing di­a­pers and a milk bot­tle in her hand, say­ing she is pure and pi­ous – a quote of hers that went vi­ral too. There’s Radhe Maa-inspired nail art and makeup too! “Radhe Maa has be­come a fad now, why won’t she spur makeup trends? Red nails with di­a­monds, paired with pink cheeks make for the per­fect makeover for fans,” says beau­ti­cian Kan­chan Mehra.

A pic­ture of what seems to be a Radhe Maa theme party

Radhe Maa spoofs that have gone vi­ral

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