Media and Paparazzi are busy pampering our favourite stars.
Jio presents 63rd Filmfare Awards 2018. As usual all stars turned up and our Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar appeared in a beautiful red gown.
Lets look at the Filmfare winners and then we’ll explore the best & worst dressed.
Here’s the complete list of winners.
Best Film: Hindi Medium
Critics’ Award for Best Film: Newton
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female): Vidya Balan for Tumhari Sulu
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male): Irrfan Khan for Hindi Medium
Critics’ Award for Best Actor (Female): Zaira Wasim for Secret Superstar
Critics’ Award for Best Actor (Male): Rajkummar Rao for Trapped
Best Director: Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari for Bareilly Ki Barfi
Best Debut Director: Konkona Sen Sharma for A Death in the Gunj
Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Male): Rajkummar Rao for Bareilly Ki Barfi
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female): Meher Vij for Secret Superstar
Lifetime Achievement Award: Bappi Lahiri
Best Dialogue: Hitesh Kewalya for Shubh Mangal Saavdhan
Best Screenplay: Shubhashish Bhutiani for Mukti Bhawan
Best Original Story: Amit Masurkar for Newton
Best Actor (Male) in a Short Film: Jackie Shroff for Khujli
Best Actor (Female) in a Short Film: Shefali Shah for Juice
People’s Choice Award for Best Short Film: Anahut
Best Short Film (Fiction): Juice
Best Short Film (Non Fiction): Invisible Wings
Best Music Album: Pritam for Jagga Jasoos
Best Playback Singer (Male): Arijit Singh for Roke Na Ruke Naina (Badrinath Ki Dulhania)
Best Playback Singer (Female): Meghna Mishra for Nachdi Phira (Secret Superstar)
Best Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya for Dil Ullu Ka Pattha Hai (Jagga Jasoos)
Best Background Score: Pritam for Jagga Jasoos
Best Sound Design: Anish John for Trapped
Best Choreography: Vijay Ganguly and Ruel Dausan Varindani for Galti Se Mistake (Jagga Jasoos)
Best Action: Tom Struthers for Tiger Zinda Hai
Best Cinematography: Sirsha Ray for A Death In The Gunj
Best Editing: Nitin Baid for Trapped
Best Costume: Rohit Chaturvedi for A Death In The Gunj
Best Production Design: Parul Sondh for Daddy
Done with the knowledge and boring part. Time for costumes.
Filmfare Awards this Saturday (January 20) night was one such occasion that saw the crème de la crème of Bollywood descend in all its finery. From reigning Miss World Manushi Chhillar in a red Sonaakshi Raaj gown to Parineeti Chopra and Alia Bhatt taking our breath away in princess gowns, the glamour quotient was really high in Mumbai.
- Manushi Chhillar wore a beautiful crimson Sonaakshi Raaj gown for the Filmfare Awards. We like the voluminous piece that had a train attached to an embellished mini. The Miss World kept it glamorous in diamond earrings, rings and her crown. She rounded off her look with a glittery silver clutch.
- Sonam Kapoor looked like a diva in a stunning black Vera Wang outfit. The actor was clad in an off-shoulder corset-styled top, teamed with with knee-high pants. A delightful break from the plethora of gowns that dominated the evening. She layered the outfit with a waist-length coat. Stylist Rhea Kapoor accessorised the ensemble with gold earrings from Renu Oberoi Luxury Jewellery and a clutch from Elie Saab.
- Alia Bhatt stepped out in a lovely mauve-hued tulle gown from Monsoori. The voluminous ruffle detail and a plunging neckline made for a stunning look. We like how the actor styled her hair into soft curls with a cute barrette on one side. With dewy make-up and minimal accessories, we think Bhatt nailed the look.
- Neha Dhupia wore one of the hottest colours of this year on the red carpet. Draped in a cheery yellow pleated gown from Sandy Nour, the actor looked pretty. We, especially like the sleeves emerging from the bustier of her gown.
- It seemed like everyone was with black lady. Even Madhuri Dixit and Kajol were in black gown.While Kajol wore an off shoulder velvet maroon gown.
- Parineeti Chopra looked splendid in a silver and black embellished gown, The voluminous number from Kujta and Meri complemented her petite frame nicely and we think the bow belt at her waist gave a fairytale belle of the ball vibe to her attire. The actor rounded out her look with sleek side-parted hair and a pair of matching earrings from Renu Oberoi Jewellery.
- Sunny Leone brought in some shimmer in her glitzy champagne pink gown. The sequinned and embellished structured piece from Swapnil Shinde shone on the carpet and while we love the glitter, we wish she had toned it down a little. Leone kept her make-up nude and rounded off the look with soft curls.
- Vidya Balan was in a black saree and so was Shahrukh Khan in black suit.
It’s your turn to look and judge or just admire and try dress up like them.
Written By : Alka Prasad