Internationally acclaimed Indian movie ‘The Lunchbox’ missed the trophy for the ‘Film Not in the English Language’ category of the BAFTA Awards 2015 to Polish-Danish drama movie ‘Ida’, which was named the winner at the ceremony on Sunday night.
The list of winners for the 68th edition of the annual gala was announced on the official website of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards.
Indian actress Nimrat Kaur, the leading lady of ‘The Lunchbox’ – a unique love story of a lovelorn wife and a lonely man – was seen on the red carpet in a pink gown.
‘The Lunchbox’, which also stars actor Irrfan Khan, is a Ritesh Batra directorial.
In the foreign film category of the BAFTA Awards, it was also competing with Russian drama ‘Leviathan’, Brazilian-British adventure drama thriller film ‘Trash’ and Belgian drama ‘Two Days, One Night’.
The awards were announced at the Royal Opera House at a ceremony hosted by Stephen Fry in the presence of a string of international film celebrities.
Nimrat Kaur makes heads turn at the BAFTA red carpet
Nimrat Kaur’s movie ‘The Lunchbox’ may not have managed to win an honour at the British Academy Of Films and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards, but the actress made heads turn in this outfit. The Indian beauty lit up the red carpet wearing a Georges Hobeika Spring 2015 hot-pink gown.
‘The Lunchbox’ which also stars Irrfan Khan, was nominated in the ‘Best Film Not In The English Language’ category.
Nimrat Kaur also made headlines with her fashion choice at 2015 BAFTA nominees party.
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