It was definitely a sari soirée at the Filmfare Awards. Deepika looked lovely in this peach sari accentuated with a few bangles and earrings.
Dia chose a stiffer look, but we think she ravished all the same with an elegant choice of rustic kundan jewellery.
The actress opted for a printed Stella McCartney Spring 2012 Gown for the Filmfare Awards. We feel the dress was meant for a taller more slender woman.
Going the goddess route, Bipasha could’ve done without the tacky gold head-band on the glittery gown which was gold enough!
We enjoyed these colours on dusky Chitrangada, though we have a slight objection with the pleated ‘Bhangra’ skirt!
Kareena looked stunning in an au naturale Manish Malhotra sari, minimal make up and loose hair.
Karisma chose a shoulder bare Manish Malhotra sari. We like!
Priyanka wore a powder blue Ferragamo gown which she paired with a clutch, also from Ferragamo. The hair perfectly complemented the fluidity of the dress don’t you think?
Going the easy route, Sophie chose a drape gown with a single statement neckpiece to finish off the look in style.
Confusing us on the red carpet was Urmila Matondkar in this layered gown/salwar suit with chunky clog heels and an asymmetrical trail that flowed awkwardly!
Vidya Balan won best actress for The Dirty Picture, but does this sari qualify as a winning outfit?