The 55th Filmfare Awards witnessed the descent of a bevy of beauties, certain unsightly beasts and much to our disappointment, missing usual “fashion” suspects (read: Sonam Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor). Anyway, those present were entertainment enough! Read on to know who wore it best and those who got it all wrong! So many beautiful women were spotted wearing single-shoulder gowns. Most looked uber sophisticated and some got it horribly wrong.
Let’s begin with Akki’s lucky charm – Katrina Kaif. The gown fits her curvaceous bode perfectly and she’s definitely working out to keep it deadly! Check out her covetous collar bone and delicious derriere.
The ever-fashionable Gauri Khan donned a lovely red Grecian gown which draped very similar to a sari.
Deepika Padukone, the “model actor,” puts her best foot forward in a sexy slit single-shouldered black number.
Then there were some who had no clue about single-shoulders, gown, color, style, fashion, whatever! Take a look at Amrita Rao’s yellow disaster and worse still Minnisha Lamba’s piercing pink.
Bold and strapless
Bipasha got it right, thanks to her toned body, Kangana was almost there but the make-up made her look too plastic but the embellishment on Sherlyn’s gown reminds us of a half baked X-ray!
The sari-clad ladies
There were too many women wearing the sari, so we’ve divided them into:
The whole formula of wearing a sheer sari and bikini blouse is soooooo outdated!
But Sophie Chowdhary and Mugdha Godse don’t think so. At least, Sophie got the make-up right, but Mugdha looks outright scary. A friend thinks she looks like a man with red-lipstick…hehe!
Truly Indian is never unfashionable. Therefore, Rekha and her Kanjeevarams are always in style. She wears Kanjeevarams for every Filmfare and every other event and somehow it never gets boring. Shabana Azmi embodies sophistication and true class in a similar golden sari.
We never thought we’d say this, but sometimes staying true to your character helps. In Vidya’s case, it’s staying true to designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee, who upped her style quotient a few thousand notches.