Aditi Rao Hydari
The charming Aditi Rao Hydari graced the red carpet at the Screen awards in a Shane and Falguni Peacock creation. The outfit in black and nude colour looked like a short dress from front and had a flowing lace at the back lending her an ethereal goth-chic look. Paired with high-heeled peep toes, the actress wore just a bracelet and left her hair open for a grand effect.
The petite Alia Bhatt wore a classic Gothic black strapless gown with a front slit and a patch of white on the right side. In the Prawal Gurung design, her hair was pulled up in a band with a red ribbon at the side and strands falling on her bare shoulders, she exuded a youthful charm. Alia wore matching red lipstick to complete the look. No wonder the shutterbugs were clamouring for her.
Ameesha Patel was seen in a short black dress made of sheer net over a skin-colour silk material, designed by Ramona Narang. The figure-hugging dress sported an off shouldered look and was embellished with crystals in the front. High heels in black, a clutch in hand and nude colour lipstick completed her look.
Debina Bonnerjee & Gurmeet Chaudhary
Debina Bonnerjee was a ravishing sight in a Collezione Moda by Ashok Punjabi. It was an off shoulder satin and leather black and white, contrasting colour and material which complemented each other. Meanwhile husband, actor Gurmeet Chaudhary was dressed in Snazzyman by Mohnish Panjabi. The handsome actor wore a tuxedo with a floral tie and floral pocket square. They made a wonderful pair. There were whistles from the cheering crowd as the beautiful couple got out of their car.
The lovely Deepika Padukone chose to wear a saree for the event. Looking pretty in a black saree with peacock embroidered in silver thread from Jade by Monika and Karishma, the black bindi and huge golden jhumkas from Amrapali were part of her beautiful ensemble. She carried a gold Bottega Veneta knot clutch, completing the stunning picture.
Divya Dutta, who mostly prefers to be dressed in Indian attire, chose to wear a saree for the awards function. The actress looked elegant in a blue and green Coorg silk saree and blouse designed by Purnima Bhatia. Divya says she fell in love with the colour and the combination of green with blue with gold lines as she has never wore that colour before. With a gold purse in hand, she wore matching gold and blue bangles to go with her saree.
Divya Kumar & Bhushan Kumar
In an attempt to look different, actor-turned-director Divya Khosla Kumar wore, what would be called the long skirt with blouse traditionally wore in the South. However to give it a modern look, Divya wore a multi-coloured flowing skirt with floral print and topped it with a pretty blue coloured blouse with square neck and bell sleeves. Her husband, Bhushan Kumar, the head honcho of T. Series, went the formal way, in a suit. The much-in-love couple made a pretty picture
Elli Avram too went the traditional way and wore a bright red and soft blue sleeveless Anarkali dress with a beautiful red dupatta with gold embroidery. Matching stilettos and stone-studded danglers made the ensemble very elegant.
Gauhar Khan in a high neck, long sleeved flowing tangerine lace looked stunning. The tight-fitting shimmering silk gown flared and billowed out near the ankles making Khan look very statuesque. Hair parted in the centre, and pulled back in a tight bun which fell on her neck, she was quite a classic beauty.
She is not called the Dream Girl for nothing. Sporting a Manish Malhotra creation, the beautiful Hema Malini looked elegant in a heavily embellished pink and silver saree with diamond jewellery. The graceful veteran actress, who walked the red carpet along with her daughters’ in-laws, was all smiles as her samdhis waited patiently for her to finish with the photo session and bytes.
Wearing a majestic off-shoulder wine coloured gown, Huma Qureshi sported a Amit GT outfit with a cute Dior bag in hand and exquisite jewellery from Roots Atelier. The actress matched it up with wine coloured lipstick that enhanced her features.
In an attempt to be different from the rest of the crowd, Jacqueline Fernandez wore a black Armani gown that had a huge fan shaped bow up front. She did not wear any accessories to go with the pretty gown and had tied up her hair. She had the crowd cheering for her as she walked the red carpet.
A flowing maroon coloured Anarkali that almost looked like a gown was what Juhi Chawla wore for the event. A Manish Malhotra ensemble, complete with an embroidered yoke with glass work looked flattering on the beautiful actress. Coupled with diamond earrings, silver clutch and her dishy curls, it was a perfect 10.
Kainaat Arora looked pretty in a gold colour Swapnil Shinde gown. It was more on a classic side with a scooped back and a Queen style big bow which added an interesting twist to the red carpet look. She topped it with huge earrings and an embellished hairdo.
It was Rocky Star who dressed Kajol for the awards. The actress-turned-producer, who was one of the early birds, wore a Grecian style straight cut maxi with a loose belt tied on the waist. While the intricate embroidery on the V neck stood out, Kajol, in the simple attire, looked very elegant. Hair done up in a simple style, it was just pink lipstick and kohled eyes that she wore as makeup.
Kishori Shahane Vij
Marathi and Hindi actress Kishori Shahani Vij wore her own design. Fond of bling and glitter, her black coloured saree had sky blue coloured shimmer embroidery and glitter stones all over. Matching drop down earrings and a bangle was all she wore for jewellery.
Kriti Sanon, who made her Bollywood debut in Sabbir Khan’s commercially successful action-romance film Heropanti last year, was accompanied to the event with her director. The pretty lass looked beautiful in the bright purple gown by Carmen Marc Valvo. It was elegant, chic and young and the actress just loved the colour.
Rahul Gandhi and Rohit Khanna’s metallic long number with a side slit was what Lisa Haydon wore for the Screen awards. The silver backless gown flattered her lithe limbs and she completed the look with Gucci sandals and a black bag.
Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan
Malaika Arora Khan walked the red carpet at the Life OK Screen awards hand in hand with husband Arbaaz Khan. Wearing a nude coloured Rami Al Ali gown, she completed the stunning attire with rings from Mahesh Notandas and earrings from Farah Khan Fine Jewellery. Arbaaz sported a formal look in a two-piece charcoal coloured suit with black shirt.
Mannara, who made her acting debut with Anubhav Sinha’s erotic thriller Zid in 2014, was styled by Sujata Rajani for the Awards. Her one-shoulder gold gown was a Nikhil Thampi creation, who, she thinks is a Gen Next designer as his clothes are trendy with class.
Manasvi Mamgai, who made her acting debut in Hindi films with Action Jackson opposite Ajay Devgn last year, flaunted her toned body in a Gavin Miguel number. She says she wanted to do something different with her look for the Awards and thus she specially got the gown designed by Miguel. With straightened hair, she looked like a futuristic warrior queen in the gown embellished with grunge metal influenced embroidery.
Mishti Chakraborty, who made her Hindi film debut with Subhash Ghai’s Kaanchi, made a pretty picture in a soft pink floral dress and jewellery — a Nishka Lulla creation. According to the petite actress, Nishka’s designs are young and versatile. Mishti chose the dress as it was “girly, cute and doll-like”
User friendly is the term that Mrinal Kulkarni used for what she wore for the Life OK Screen Awards. The black embroidered patiala suit was designed by Seema Rungta — her personal designer from Pune. Mrinal said that the dress went with her image of a director as well.
Tall and pretty actor, Neetu Chandra looked very elegant in a simple Olive coloured gown with a see-through deep V-neck made of soft material and pretty gathers at the mid-rif. The pink shade of her lipstick was quite a contrast to her dress, and the actress carried the look quite well.
The white, black and gold saree with a sleeveless black velvet blouse that Padmini Kolhapure wore was a Payal Singhal creation, while her jewellery was by Anmol Jewellers. “Special thing about Payal Singhal is that her garments make me look slim and complement me. And, they are wearable,” is what Padmini had to say about her lovely attire.
Pallavi Sharda, who will next be seen in Hawaaizaade, walked the Life OK Screen Awards red carpet wearing a Payal Singhal cut-out shimmer dress. She paired it with pink lipstick and high heels in the same colour.
Patralekha, who made her acting debut last year with Hansal Mehta’s CityLights, was nominated for the film in the Most Promising Newcomer category. And the beautiful and excited actress attended the event wearing a charcoal coloured strapless gown with sequin work by Vizyon. And was a delight to watch when she won the award.
Priyanka Chopra made an elegant picture in a pale rose coloured one-shoulder gown with a rosette detail. The Gauri and Nainika gown was a perfect fit for the actress who completed the look with earrings from Outhouse and a Farah Khan Fine Jewellery finger ring.
Richa Chada formed a gorgeous picture in an Anushka Khanna sleeveless creation in a pastel colour with gold and silver work. She completed the look with a shimmery clutch and matching stilettos.
Rituparna Sengupta was dressed in a bright blue long and flaring Anarkali with beautiful brocade at the bottom and in the yoke. The sleeve had sheer lace. The creation was by Jyoti Khaitan. The actress, who clubbed it with jewellery from Forever 21, was quite a hit with the photographers.
Sandhya Mridul, who is generally seen in Western wear, made a striking picture in a vibrant red saree with a purple and gold border at the Awards. The actress picked up the saree from Byloom in Kolkata. The ear cuffs with which she accessorised her look were by Anjana Sharma, while her make up and hair was done Pallavi Symons.
Shraddha Kapoor was a quite stunner in a strapless wine colour, off-shoulder, flowy maxi gown. In a look that was clubbed with side-swept hair, kohled eyes and danglers, she was the photographers’ delight.
Sapna Pabbi & Ali Fazal
The team of Khamoshiyan comprising Sapna Pabbi and Ali Fazal made a pretty picture on the red carpet. While Fazal, who was earlier seen in 3 Idiots and Fukrey, was seen pulling his co-star’s leg, Pabbi, a British model, last seen in the Indian adaptation of TV series 24, was a sport. A pretty picture that she made, Pabbi was dressed in an electric blue Amit Aggarwal strapless gown, showing off her scorpio tattoo. She sported a wavy hairdo, with jewellery from Gehna and a clutch from Metamorphosis. Dressed in a formal suit, Fazal made a handsome sight as well. However, the actor wore black shiny loafers sans socks. May be a new style statement for guys!
Sonali Kulkarni arrived for the event in a neon-colored Anarkali suit by the label, Sakhi and teamed it up with jewellery by designer Shirin Shahok. The actress, who loves wearing Indian outfits, wore this neon outfit to flaunt and celebrate the success of her Marathi film Dr. Prakash Baba Amte.
Sophie Choudhry walked the red carpet in a white body hugging one-shoulder gown with red embroidery work and a long tail. Danglers, white clutch and bright red lipstick completed her look.
It was one of the nicest and unusual colour that was seen at the Life OK Screen Awards red carpet. Pretty actress Taapsee Pannu looked fabulous in sea blue gown by Vineti Bolaki. Another unique feature about this one-shouldered long dress was its intricate silver and crystal work on the bodice. With her neatly tied hair, natural make-up, diamonds in her ears and peach lip gloss, the young actress, who made her debut in Hindi films with David Dhawan’s 2013 film, Chashme Baddoor, looked very striking.
Red was the colour for Tabu for the Life OK Screen Awards. The actress looked fabulous in an Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla saree and chevron blouse. Her lipstick complemented her saree completely. White stones in her ear clubbed with bangles, the actress charmed everyone present at the event.
Tanisha Mukherji & Tanuja
Veteran actress Tanuja was accompanied to the Life OK Screen Awards with daughter Tanishaa Mukherji. While the mother wore a shimmering gold Chanderi saree from her own collection that highlighted her pretty features, Tanishaa was seen in an Amy Billimoria one-shoulder white gown draped beautifully across her body. She teamed it up with a statement necklace and jewellery from Popley. Her hair-do was by Salon MUAH. A picture of elegance and beauty, the mother-daughter duo had the cameras clicking them happily.
Tejaswini Kolhapure & Siddhanth Kapoor
Tejaswini Kolhapure, who was nominated in the Best Supporting Role category for Ugly, wore her favourite Payal Singhal creation — a one-shoulder silk gown in stunning blue with gold cut-work. The actor, who is expecting, was happy that the outfit was a perfect fit and she was comfortable in it. She was accompanied by her handsome nephew Siddhanth Kapoor, who looked very possessive about his maasi. He was dressed in a formal navy blue suit with a matching silk shirt.
Akshay Kumar was at his formal best as he turned up at the Awards to promote his film Baby, an espionage action thriller. A three-piece black formal suit with a white shirt and a multi-coloured tie in checks, he looked dashing.
One of the younger scions of the Kapoor khandaan, who made his debut last year with Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, Arman Jain wore an Armani suit for the event. The actor said that it was the first suit that caught his attention when he opened his wardrobe that afternoon and he decided to wear it. He chose it also because it gave him a very formal look.
The actor stood out at the red carpet in a metallic grey suit teamed with black waistcoat. He had accessorised his look with a dark green polka dotted bow tie and a bright pink pocket square, which was in complete contrast to his suit. Interestingly, the dial of his watch was the same pink as his pocket square.
For musician Bappi Lahiri, it is not the designer wear that makes a statement, but his bespoke gold ornaments that he flaunts with elan. Even for the awards, he was seen in a formal black suit that was clubbed with his trademark dark glasses and the heavy chunky jewellery.
Veteran actor Biswajit Chatterjee played it safe as he wore a combination of slimfit black trousers and a yellow shirt. The codrouy jacket in dark blue added to his look. His dark glasses and contagious smile reminded one of the days when he charmed his heroines on screen. He was accompanied by his daughter Prima, who wore a multi-coloured maxi.
Comfort was Chunky Panday’s main concern while attending the awards ceremony. The actor wore a Hugo Boss jacket, Phelip Plein shirt with comfy Kiton jeans.
Goldie Behl & Sonali Bendre Behl
Dark blue velvet blazer teamed with a grey T-shirt over blue denims and suede shoes is how simple Goldie Behl kept his look at the Screen Awards. However, when we asked the details about his dress, he replied that he doesn’t remember what he wore. In contrast, however, his beautiful wife Sonali Bendre Behl was seen in a white Ayinat asymmetrical dress by Taniya O’Connor. Payal Pratap’s ear-cuffs, Isharya’s palm ring, Judith Leiber’s minaudière and Jimmy Choo’s sandals completed her look.
It was a Roberto Cavalli suit that Harman Baweja sported at the event. The handsome actor was in the US in November last where he picked up the formal attire and when the occasion rose, he wore it for the Life OK Screen awards.
Mithoon turned out at his best in an outfit designed by Tripti Iyer. Personally, for the young composer, clothes are about feeling good. He says that is what he felt in the black shirt and blue denims that he sported. The black shirt, he asserts, symbolises power, mystery, strength and authority, albeit in a positive manner, while the blue denim contrast symbolises comfort and irreverence.
Omung Kumar was wearing a Ropaje outfit. The art director, who designed the beautiful set at the 21st Annual Life OK Screen Awards, got the suit stitched because he wanted something very dapper. Generally, he prefers Jodhpuri bandhgalas, but this time he felt like wearing a formal suit. This black and white combo was mirrored in his shoes that provided an interesting look.
Film-maker Prakash Jha turned up at the Screen event in a Nehru Jacket and slim fit grey trousers resembling the new age sophisticated politico. Given the reports of an acting debut, his suave appearance seems to be a sign of things to come. Watch this space.
Though there are many designers these days, veteran actor Prem Chopra preferred to get a suit stitched from Raymonds specially for the event. It was in black and the shirt that he wore with it was bought during one of his trips to London. He wanted to keep his look simple.
The actor came dressed in ‘something close to the character’ of his film Dolly Ki Doli. The design was by Ashley Rebello. And what Rajkummar liked about his entire look was the bandhgala that Ashley designed. Added to that, the sleek hair and spectacles gave him a matured look.
The tall actor from the Telugu industry came with his Baby team. Geetika Chadha was Rana Daggubati’s stylist. His style was understated glam. He loves black and wanted something that was classic yet edgy. So he chose to go classic monochrome wearing a tuxedo with a shawl collar.
Randeep Hooda made a style statement as he walked the red carpet in his royal blue bandhgala, beige coloured jodhpur pants and maroon brogues with grey laces. He looked every bit like the owner of the polo team Royal Roost that he is.
Saif Ali Khan
The handsome and dapper Nawab of Pataudi was among the sartorial exceptions to the formal red carpet look. Saif Ali Khan stopped to talk to everyone and greeted all present. Dressed in a leather bomber jacket, the actor got several compliments for his casual chic ensemble.
Shah Rukh Khan
A charmer that he is, the Badshah of Indian cinema was seen shaking hands and posing for pictures with his fans at the red carpet. As for his attire, it was put together by stylist Deana Sethna. Describing the design, she said that Shah Rukh Khan was wearing a black, classic one button tuxedo with a white shirt and a double bow tie. What was different about this suit was its lapel which was a pleated material. He sported his trademark ponytail and shoes polished to a shine were perfect for a formal evening.
Shahid Kapoor was styled by Kunal Rawal for the awards. His look was a mix of old school and contemporary. He wore a checkered waist coat which contrasted with his jacket.
Sharib Hashmi, the actor who impressed the Jury with his performance in Filmistaan and walked away with the award for the Best Actor in a Comic Role category, was seen wearing a white bandhgala by the menswear brand Ti Sa. Since it was his first red carpet moment, the actor was quite shy.
Sidharth Malhotra looked dapper in a well-fitted tuxedo. Flaunting his debonair appeal, the actor looked charming in an ox-blood blazer, paired with a white button down shirt, a bow tie and black pants.
Like his handsome father Jackie Shroff, son Tiger Shroff too is a heartthrob of many. On the red carpet, the young actor struck a pose from one of his songs from his debut film Heropanti and was cheered by all. He looked dapper in a black suit teamed with a pure white shirt, but was not aware of who designed for him that day.
Tusshar was spotted in the green room chatting with his friends from the film industry. A Zara suit, in black with a turquoise blue shirt, was what he opted for the occasion.
The young and happening Varun Dhawan wore an Akshay Tyagi. While the black trousers were a formal, it was the jacket that caught attention. In an unusual Royal blue, the Ranger side-zipper jacket was worn over a dark shirt. For the formal look, he even sported a tie, making the actor look quite suave.