The Filmfare awards, often referred to as India's Oscars (ahem), took place on Sunday night and we had a fair share of good, bad and downright ugly moments on the red carpet.
Black was undoutedly the colour of the night for most of our divas. Our favourites? Deepika Padukone (left) in her figure hugging gown with sheer panels and a flowing skirt, and Shruti Haasan in her egdy ensemble.
The colour didn't flatter everyone though. Parineeti Chopra's (left) dress was in desperate need of a steaming, her dishevelled appearance winning her the award of Miss Crumples. Meanwhile, Huma Qureshi appeared to be in-character for 'Ek Thi Daayan'. Her committment is admirable. Her outfit was not.
Black was a favourite with not only the ladies, but also the men, who chose to pair dark suits with matching shirts. Ranveer Singh (right), Ali Zafar (left) and Viveik Oberoi all looked dapper.
Giving us colour in a good way was Priyanka Chopra in a shiny teal gown, side swept hair and dark lips
Is it just us or is anyone else wondering how Alia Bhatt's twins blossomed overnight? All thanks to friends at Wonderbra or something else? Nevertheless, she looked sweet in this lehenga
Vidya Balan has fooled us long enough with her 'Save The Sari' act. What she's wearing may be a Sabyasachi but even the sartorially starved would know better than to wear a six-yard drape resembling a dishcloth to one of the year's biggest award events.
It was a case of match much for Urmila Matondkar, who succeeded in finding the perfect shade of lipstick to match her kurta but overlooked the fact that it was a case of too much pink against her fair, fair face.
Finally, Irrfan Khan gets the award for the strangest red carpet accessory. Deciding that a plain sling wasn't good enough, he used a blue scarf to keep his ailing hand in place. And while it's wonderful that even the ill want to step out in style, that scarf doesn't go with anything.
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