A lot of people give a miss to the gown while attending the Filmfare award ceremony. Let us have a look at them.
Vidya Balan, a self-confessed sari-lover, turned up in a black and gold drape, keeping it simple yet classy. She teamed it up with a full sleeve black blouse, less accessories except a golden dangler on ears and a simple make-up. The best part of her look is her black bindi on her forehead.
Kalki Koechlin was a breath of fresh air in a summery yellow sari that she accessorized with bangles, dangling earrings and a clutch. Her yellow saree had tone-on-tone yellow thread embroidery making it look richer yet elegant and more feminine. She paired it with yellow earrings, bangles and a black clutch. Yes, a smile can never beat any other accessory, while she was carrying with utter sweetness.
Soap actress Ankita Lokhande was a vision in a white sari paired with a silver blouse with intricate work and tassels. Fairy tassels were on the border of the Sari, only on that part falling over the front body. She paired it with a light make-up of red matte lip colour, thick eye-liner, silver eye shadow but no kajal. She wore a pair of simple pearl drop earrings and a bracelet.
Evelyn Sharma was spotted sporting an anarkali. It was a blue colour long anarkali with silver foil embroidery work on it. It looked to have some Jaipuri elements in its cutting work. It has a long v-shaped deep neck sporting her cleavage without any neck-piece.
A classy touch! But she paired it with blue over-sized earrings.
She had opted for a mid-parted French braids on the front and made a bun.
Her makeup was simple with blue eye shadow, some lines as eyeliner and a red lip colour. Diva-ish!