Bollywood always has an interesting way of doing things. The film fraternity’s most awaited night of the year, the Filmfare Awards, occurred on March 23, 2019. There was no live or immediate broadcast of the event, but names of all the award winners were released. For some reason, the telecast on Colors didn’t happen until April 20, 2019.
So weird, especially given we all know who won before watching the event, but whatever. This post is not about Bollywood’s odd event telecast decisions. Let us allow the opportunity of the recent telecast to view some of our favorite looks and best dressed celebrities at the 64th Vimal Elaichi Filmfare Awards 2019.
View this post on Instagram
A big feeling I have been feeling off late is gratitude.. Meghna Gulzar – to me first – raazi and everything about raazi is you – your effort, your tears, your love, your care it's you you you and just you.. I love you main chick??? The entire crew, all actors including my beautiful mother, jaideep and and vicky my iqbal without whom this world wouldn't have come alive.. This is your win too so thank you…I have soo much to be thankful for.. My mom & Dad who have always let me breathe & been my friends first My friends Ayan, Abhi, Kanch – my pillars – who are like my bothers and Sisters My sister – for just being my sister My team – My tribe – Grish, Punnu, Boru , Sanju, Ami, Amol, Sunil.. everything I achieve is yours first then mine Filmfare – thank you for my award and for once again making me want to dream & scream.. The audience the people that are the reason I or any of us are here.. I promise to always work as hard as I can to try and always entertain My mentor, my guardian angel and my fashion police.. who tells me how proud he is but also how I need to stay simple.. Thank you karan for making my life so so so special.. ??? And last but not the least MY special one – the one that makes my heart smile and eyes shine ?? And shine I will.. Because there's soo much to do in life.. And this is just the beginning.
Alia Bhatt was a big winner at the Filmfare Awards this year after nabbing the Best Actress trophy for the critically and commercially acclaimed “Raazi” (which you should drop what you’re doing right now to watch on Amazon Prime if you haven’t yet). She also wins a spot on the Best Dressed list with this shimmery Ralph and Russo gown. It transitions from nude to black and tight-fitted to flowing seamlessly.
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan took home the trophy for Best Female Debut for her work in “Kedarnath.” We love how she brings traditional wear back to Filmfare Awards night fashion in this ethereal lengha made by designers of the hour Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. You can marvel at Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla’s other creations at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding festivities.
2018 was the year of Vicky Kaushal, as he starred in multiple blockbusters and won Best Supporting Actor for “Sanju.” His tux is so simple, so elegant, and so classic. The bow tie detailing and white pocket square perfect his Filmfare Awards ceremony look.
We haven’t really heard much of Athiya Shetty since those scandalous Drake Instagram comments leading up to speculation of a possible relationship. Nonetheless, the color-blocking and draping in this Bibhu Mohapatra dress earn her accolades onto this list.
Ayushmann Khurrana was incredibly productive in 2018, and I think Vicky Kaushal said it best at the Zee Cine Awards when he remarked that Khurrana was essentially running his own parallel film industry in Bollywood. He popped in the best way possible at the Filmfare Awards in this bright red tuxedo. We’re hoping that mustache is just for a role, but that tux is definitely a fierce look.
Ranveer Singh rarely disappoints in the film and fashion front. With the latter, he’s known for his especially outlandish and eccentric styles and this year’s Filmfare Awards were no different. Watching him continue to innovate and set trends, as he does in this embellished, floral multicolored piece, is a treat. We can’t wait to see what he does for the 2019-2020 awards season, now that he’s basically a shoo-in for his work in “Gully Boy.”