Neha Dhupia shone in a metallic John Paul Ataker gown which she paired a sleek low bun, dark smokey eyes and nude makeup along with a Bottega Veneta box clutch.
It was without doubt that Sonam Kapoor was awarded the Absolut Elyx Style & Substance award as she donned a ruffled Michael Cinco gown in bright red. It was a striking yet feminine look which she paired well with a rolled updo, red lip and nude Louboutin pumps.
Staying true to her age after being awarded the Trendsetter of the Year award, Alia Bhatt stuck to an achromatic palette with a Georges Chakra Couture gown and braided half updo which she accessorized with adorable Lagerfeld Bijoux De Famille earrings.
It was with right reason that Athiya Shetty won the Fashion Debut of the Year as she stuck to the eternal black dress but gave it an update with an embellished neckline and sheer slit which she paired with a simple centre part and a bold red lip.
Malaika Arora Khan kept it classy in a ruffled black and white Isabel Sanchis gown which had a divine fall on her as she paired with minimalist earrings, defined dark eyes and a sleek side ponytail.
Knowing that romantic elegance works in her favour, Dia Mirza wore it well in a dusty rose and silver Khushali Kumar dress which she complemented with an updo, pink toned makeup and dangling earrings.
Aditi Rao Hydari juxtaposed her ruffled Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla skirt with a crisp high street Zara shirt and wore her hair in a classic sleek ballerina bun with a bright lip for good measure.
Sonakshi Sinha was the woman in red as she cut a striking figure in a Monisha Jaising gown which she matched with a red lip, a pyramid shaped Judith Leiber minaudière and her centre parted hair left loose.
Jacqueline Fernandez stole the show with a nude sheer Shady Zeineldine gown which she paired with sleek pinned up hair and smokey eyes.
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