Bollywood’s most celebrated event of the year–International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) has finally come to an end. The Udta Punjab duo, Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, won the award for the best actor in a leading role category, while Neerja won an award for the Best Film of the year. Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu starrer, PINK also won quite a lot of awards, noteworthy being–Taapsee’s Woman of the Year Award, Best Director Award (Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury) and Movie of the Year Title.
While ‘Who Won What’ was the topic of the day, “Who Wore What” also followed suit. After all, every year, celebrities and other members of Bollywood come out in great numbers to display their fashion and personalised style with their charm and elegance. Though actors like Alia Bhatt, Huma Qureshi, Saif Ali Khan and Mira Rajput Kapoor made heads turn with their outfits, there were a few celebs who couldn’t win our hearts over with their fashion choices. We bring to you a list of Bollywood’s worst dressed celebs from IIFA 2017. (ALSO READ: IIFA 2017 Full Winners List: Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Win Best Actors Award for Udta Punjab, Neerja Bags Award For Best Film)
Donning a monochrome volumnous tulle gown, Neha attended the star studded Awards night in New York. She went for a subtle make up and the only thing colourful in her entire ensemble was her clutch. Her look in entirety failed to impress us. Despite the sash clinching in her waist, it failed to offset the volume of the gown, eventually making the actress look somewhat bulky. Needless to say, this was definitely one of Neha’s worst Green Carpet looks.
Disha almost comes to our mind when we read the saying, “All that glitters is not gold.” What we mean to say is that when it comes to fashion, too much glitter doesn’t always account for a good fashion choice. Particularly for Disha, who chose to wear glitter for the IIFAs, second time in a row. Wearing what we presumably think is a Falguni & Shane Peacock creation, and a feathery updo, Disha looked pretty indeed, but the dress along with those strappy silver sandals failed to leave the impression we hoped it would! Let’s say that she could have done better and leave it at that!
Richa Chadha chose to wear a green Sabyasachi ornate gown for the IIFA Awards 2017 on Saturday evening. Though we absolutely love Sabyasachi, there was something simply wrong with the tassel cape like thingy in the outfit. It made Richa look more like an inverted pyramid. While she chose to keep the make up subtle, it failed to balance out the disaster her outfit had already done. In fact, a dark lip colour, say maroon, would have looked better. Anyway, we would say a big NAY to the Sarabjit actress for her fashion choice.
Dia picked a printed Rocky S gown for the big award’s function. Her gown was an overdose of print and volume, which made the petite actress look unnecessarily broad and a little bulky. This was not the Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein actress’ best fashion outing. She could have definitely done better.
At the IIFAs, Kalki was snapped in a pink-coloured foamy Gucci gown. All the ruffles seemed to unnecessarily inundate the actress’ petite frame. While we loved the confidence with which Kalki pulled off the look, we didn’t quite like this look of hers, the way we loved her in the Sabyasachi outfit from the previous night.
Taapsee may have won accolades for her ‘Women of the Year win’ in PINK but, she is definitely not winning praises for Green carpet ensemble. In a sheer black gown with intermittent silver glitter, designed by Steven Khalil, the Naam Shabana actress failed to impress us. While we really like the hair and make up, her dress gets a NAY from us.
Bipasha went for a bronzed metallic dress for the celebrated awards function, which was just too boring. While the gown accentuated the actress’ toned body really well, the colour ruined it. Had she gone for a brighter colour, perhaps the dress wouldn’t have looked this yawn-inducing.
So there you are! These are our worst dressed at IIFA 2017 Green Carpet. Do you agree with us? Tell us in the comments below.