On a usual day, a journalist from pointed out a picture that Gauahar Khan reposted on Instagram with the magazine’s masthead. The caption didn’t say it was the cover, but the usage of the masthead indicated so. Later in the day, Stardust got calls from frantic complaint calls from PR agencies about this. Soon, they sent a message to her, asking to either delete or rectify the post, but instead of understanding the gravity of the situation, she simply refused to do so. She sent a few audio notes to the journalist over WhatsApp about her views on the matter, and asked him not to expect her or Kushal Tandon (her ex) to delete the picture. The photographer however pulled the image down upon request. A prompt statement was issued to the media. Gauahar lamented that it was ‘sad’ on the magazine’s part to drag her name into this. Her defence was that, nowhere had she mentioned that she was on the cover. But neither did she deny the news when various digital portals went on to claim she was the cover girl on the strength of that infamous picture. Later, she went on to Snap Chat to make a stink about the issue by saying what the journalist did was illegal. The company has filed a legal complaint and action will be taken. Ironically, in an interview given to the same magazine, she had stated that she was very cautious about what she posted on her social accounts. Well, Gauahar, if only you knew the meaning of the word ‘cautious’ and ‘irony’! DIMPLE queen, Preity Zinta recently walked the ramp for eastern designer Sanjukta Dutta after months of absence. Dutta ensured that Preity looked resplendent as ever in a black, red and golden Mekhala Chador sari. The designer mish-mashed Bandhej of Gujarat, Leheria from Rajasthan, Ari from Kashmir and digital prints with an Assamese ethos, showcasing a riot of colours. Looking fresh as a daisy, Zinta was excited on wearing her first Mekhala Chador, raving about it incessantly. It seems Sanjukta made her first sale on spot! It was good to see Preity in the society mix after a long hiatus too.