It was finally the big IIFA (The International Indian Film Academy Awards) last night in Mumbai. This one is one of the most awaited awards night of the year. After all, we get to see our favourite Bollywood celebrities, all under one roof.
It is the night when our favourite stars are appreciated for their extraordinary work through the year, there are some amazing performances and stars grace the green carpet in their most stunning outfits.
Last night, celebrities left us impressed with their fashionable picks but not all of them! There were some misses too. Here, taking you quickly through the best and worst dressed celebs at IIFA last night.
Sara Ali Khan walked the green carpet in a white strapless ball gown with a lot of 3D florals. Her hair were tied in a high messy bun. Sara really looked like a dream in this ethereal outfit. For accessories, she just wore a pair of heart shaped studs. Her makeup was kept dewy and natural.
No! If you are wondering this picture is from Met Gala then let us tell you that is Deepika Padukone posing on IIFA Awards green carpet. Is Deepika still in Met Gala mode?Well, Deepika, this is IIFA and we wish you could have picked something that could have really worked for the green carpet. And what's with those parrot feathers? This one had too many details. Sorry Deepika, this was a miss.
Alia Bhatt looked like a princess in a light peach coloured strapless ball gown by GEORGES CHAKRA. Her hair were done in a messy fishtail and makeup was kept really minimal. Her look was kept accessory free. We loved her natural look. Thumbs up for Alia!
Mouni Roy stepped in a light blue strapless frill gown with silver embellishments at the waist. We just felt those were too many frills for the night. We really wish Mouni had picked something that could really work for this green carpet. And what happened to her face, did she just come back from a long shoot? What's your take on her look?
Katrina Kaif, like always didn't fail to impress us with her pick. She wore a golden heavy embellished co-ord set. Katrina's hair were done straight and kept on the sides. For accessories she wore diamond studs and a golden necklace.
Only Neena Gupta can rock this look at 60! Imagine Neena ji looked stunning carrying this neon green custom cold shoulder outfit from the House Of Masaba. Her look was teamed with a heavy emerald kundan choker and golden sneakers. Golden sneakers on the green carpet, fashion goals!!! Masaba Gupta shared a picture of Neena Gupta and captioned it,
“Mujhe gown nahin chahiye or heels ka shauk toh hai hi nahin” - Neenaji for the IIFA Awards this evening in a custom @houseofmasaba neon cold shoulder with some sneakers she found | 💎 by @birdhichand."
Madhuri Dixit was a lovely sight at the green carpet last night in an off-shoulder red gown. This one had a matching belt at the waist. Her look was accessorised with hoops. Her hair were done in a ponytail.
Genelia D'Souza looked stunning in a halter neck green gown. This one had a thigh-high slit. Her hair were done in a braided bun. We loved her outfit and the way she carried it off at the green carpet.
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Rekha ji, never fails to impress her with her signature style. This time she picked a gulaabi pink and green silk saree for the awards night. She carried her look with a heavy gold necklace and matching earrings. Her hair were done in a beautiful gajra bun. We just couldn't take our eyes off her! She looked stunning.
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We surely missed Preity Zinta all this while for she is missing from limelight for a long time now. However, we not really impressed with what she wore to the green carpet last night. She wore a plunging neckline, noodle strap gown with flared details on the sides. We didn't really understand what she was wearing. Can you?
Let's quickly take you through the big winners of the night.
- Raazi – Best Film
- Ranveer Singh – Best Actor (Padmaavat)
- Alia Bhatt – Best Actress (Raazi)
- Sriram Raghavan – Best Director (Andhadhun)
- Sara Ali Khan – Best Debutant (Female)
- Ishaan Khatter – Best Debutant (Male)
- Vicky Kaushal – Best Supporting Actor (Sanju)
- Aditi Rao Hydari – Best Supporting Actress (Padmaavat)
- Best Story award – Sriram Raghavan, Pooja Ladha Surti, Arijit Biswas, Yogesh Chandekar and Hemanth Rao for Andhadhun
- Best Music award – Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety
- Best Lyrics award – Amitabh Bhattacharya for “Dhadak”
- Best Playback Singer Male – Arijit Singh for “Ae Watan” from Raazi
- Best Playback Singer Female – Harshdeep Kaur and Vibha Saraf for “Dilbaro” from Raazi
Coming back to the best and worst looks of the night. Which one is your favourite one?