Glittering gowns, perfect make-up and that million dollar smile... The red carpet of the 65th Amazon Filmfare Awards had it all with the lovely ladies who graced the night. Some excellent sartorial choices, mixed with their elegance, the awards night was a big hit for the fashion mongers. Be it Alia Bhatt’s pastel look or Madhuri Dixit's classic diva outfit, the 65th Amazon Filmfare awards was filled with picture perfect fashion moments, take a look.
Setting the tone peach and creamy, Alia Bhatt twirled on the red carpet in a Georges Hobeika flowing gown. Gelled back tamed hair and the plum dewy make-up elevated her easy look for the night.
Kareena Kapoor Khan exuded the summery vibe in her Gaby Charbachy number. Kareena kept her hairdo simple, her make-up soft and let her pastel gown do the talking.
Making yet another remarkable statement at the red carpet, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja took to a retro nine-yard drape from Masaba X Rhea's latest collection. Her daisy printed blouse and the shoulder dusting earrings took this ethnic look home.
Vidya Balan made a formal yet feminine statement in her Rohit Bal ensemble at the red carpet. A tight sleek bun, minimal drop earrings and red lips were a great choice to finish the look.
Our Best Debut (Female) of the year, Ananya Panday, put her best foot forward in a black and yellow ensemble by Dylan Parienty. Claiming to promote her upcoming film Khaali Peeli, she strutted down the red carpet like a flower in full bloom and caught everyone's attention.
Vaani Kapoor dazzled in a Manish Malhotra saree. Flaunting her sleek waist and draping her golden yards with finesse, Vaani was all glamour.
Doing the Dior with Èlan, Radhika Apte wore the entire colour palette to the awards this year. Easy breezy, chic and
gorgeous, we loved every bit of her OOTD (Outfit For The Day for the uninitiated)
Carrying grandmother Nutan's legacy forward when it comes to grace, Pranutan Bahl made a glittering appearance at the red carpet. In her Nadine Merabi gown, she had us hooked to her sophisticated fashion statement.
Making her debut on the red carpet this year, Saiee Manjrekar opted for a metallic Gyunel gown with a thigh-high slit.
Her Jessica Rabbit hairdo and light make-up celebrated her futuristic attire.
Bhumi Pednekar opted for a delicate look. The winner sported an asymmetric Gaby Charbachy gown with subtle make-up and a small bow for her semi-tied hair.
Vibrant like a butterfly, Taapsee Pannu put her most glamorous foot forward for the night. She had all the fun playing around with her Fouad Sarika gown. Keeping the look dramatic, she opted for bold winger liner and heavy ear pieces.
Stepping out like the diva she is, Madhuri Dixit-Nene flaunted the right amount of bling in her Nadine Dhody gown. With a well-fitted silhouette, complementing jewellery and loose waves, Madhuri was a vintage Hollywood dream coming alive.
When in doubt, opt for red. Amyra Dastur's scarlet Dolly J gown was the cutest thing that night. She looked like a million bucks in her stark ember number.
Athiya Shetty wore Reem Acra's silver mirrored outfit for the red carpet. Holographic make-up and soft curls made Athiya looked lovely.
Rocking in yet another pantsuit, Ankita Lokhande made an appearance in a classic white one by Starch. Bell bottoms, a mesh shirt and heavy curls; she worked the look with maximalist elements.
Gaby Charbachy was a hit that evening because another one of our top picks was his outfit for divalicious Malavika Mohanan. Sporting a hot pink off-shoulder gown, Malavika kept her look on-fleek and fresh.
Draped in a pastel sheer saree, paired with a brighter blouse, Kirti Kulhari sealed the ethereal look with dark lips.
Making her red carpet debut this time was Alaya Furniturewala. Exuding her pixie charm in a black ensemble by Syzygy, Alaya F made it clear she's a star in the making. We sure love the crisp saree in a sea of gowns.
Stepping up her A-game, the beautiful Manisha Koirala graced the red carpet in a golden and black pantsuit by Neetu Rohra. A semi-formal bottom and a party mood top, we loved the ensemble on her.
Nushrat Bharucha set the internet ablaze in her waist high slit Yousef Akbar creation. Her tattoo visible, it was indeed a bold and a beautiful statement.
Bringing sexy back in a high slit, flowy gown was Sophie Choudry in a Gauri & Nainika number. She carried it with intrinsic grace.
Working her porcelain doll look on the red carpet, Sonal Chauhan wore a yellow floral pantsuit with a white crop top. Her runway bun and nude make-up elevated the look to perfection.
Single shoulder, with a cape sleeve, Rakul Preet Singh's shimmer grey gown by Dolly J got heads turning at the red carpet. Stunning and sexy, this lady in black was a scene stealer.
Rhea Chakraborty's Swapnil Shinde attire was an old-school classic. Contrasted with messy curls and muted make-up, Rhea rocked her noir number.
Nora Fatehi sashayed in a beautiful Sandra Mansour gown with an asymmetric hem line. Her gelled back hair,
velvety make-up and trendy plastic heels rounded off the look.
Tara Sutaria went for an all-out glam look in her single shoulder Jad Ghandour number. She looked like an enchantress with her sleek hair pulled back and smokey eyes.
No gowns for Radhika Madan. She opted for a shimmery yellow dress by Retrofete. Her plunging neckline and the bell sleeves gave her a glamorous edge.
Sharmin Segal looked ethereal in her white Solace London gown. Collecting her heavy curls in a knot and opting for soft make-up, the lady in white was a total baller.
Mouni Roy's Karleo gown gave this beautiful actor a dreamy silhouette for the soiree. The attached train added to her mystique.
Pooja Hegde opted for an all-white shimmer look for the event. Her thigh-high slit number by Myor Studios worked perfectly for the night. With air- brushed make-up and wavy hair, Pooja was all dazzle at the red carpet.
The lovely Sanya Malhotra ditched her girl-next-door vibe for a glossy golden Sharnita Nandwana gown for the awards. The gorgeous lady balanced that with dewy make-up for the evening.