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20 Jan

What Bollywood stars wore to Filmfare Awards ’18

The stage is set for the 63rd Jio Filmfare Awards 2018 and the biggest names of B-town have come together to celebrate the achievements of the previous year. If there’s anything that makes more headlines other than the winners, it has to be those making a statement on the red carpet!

Let’s take a look at who wore what:

Shah Rukh Khan, the king of Bollywood and host of the evening arrived in style, though this is the only picture online and he looks a little withdrawn in it. We’re glad he brought his game to the stage though!



Ranveer Singh, on the other hand, was just as animated in a suit that was an ode to Bollywood’s iconic film posters. Only he could have carried this off and it was a great prelude to the Bappi Lahiri tribute he delivered on stage!



Kajol looked spectacular in an oxblood gown. We looked high and low but couldn’t find her hubby Ajay Devgn anywhere, which isn’t a bad thing.



Known for staying true to tradition and glamour, Rekha proved that she will always be the original red carpet queen of Bollywood.



The forever charming Madhuri Dixit also graced the event with her husband, defining couple goals for everyone else!



Sonam Kapoor redefined red carpet chic by turning up in shorts and we love that she turned up with Padman costar Akshay Kumar, also looking dapper.



Alia Bhatt, to be honest, has looked better. We feel her better side got lost in those ruffles!



Preity Zinta refuted all pregnancy rumours by showing up in this tightly waisted gown.



Parineeti Chopra took her red carpet outfit to another level of bling…



And last but not least, we’re delighted to see Vidya Balan as the only actress (other than Rekha) in a sari.



Missing on the Filmfare red carpet this year: Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan (who never attends anyway), Varun Dhavan, and many more…including our very own Saba Qamar, who was up with a nomination for Best Actor (female) in a leading role.


The Haute Team

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