The coveted Filmfare Awards 2017 concluded over the weekend and needless to say, it was a sparkling affair to remember, hosted by King Khan Shah Rukh Khan. Udta Punjab and Dangal stole accolades. The show also saw performances by Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan. As the celebs brought in their A game to the most awaited red carpet affair of the year, social media went viral as Filmfare posted pictures of the event on their Instagram handle leaving us asking for more! (ALSO SEE Sidharth Malhotra Birthday: Top 12 styles immortalised by the cute boy on his New Zealand holiday!)Also Read - Night Shoot Commences For a Song Sequence in Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon’s 'Shehzada'
Red carpet events have assumed a burgeoning importance. With the most feted designers opting for the B-town stars to play resplendent muses to their creations, the style game has achieved an all time high with the who’s who of Bollywood putting their most fashionable foot forward. Upping the sartorial quotient, the recently concluded 62nd edition of the Filmfare Awards 2017 saw quite a few B-town beauties going Bold with Black on the quintessential red carpet. Black is a versatile, timeless and ageless color. Invariably, it’s quite a feat to not dazzle in black. This year’s ditzy divas who did black on red were Kriti Sanon, Disha Patani, Diana Penty, Sonakshi Sinha, Vidya Balan, Pooja Hegde, Bhumi Pednekar and Sayani Gupta. Let’s roll the style recap and check out the buzzing black affair! (ALSO SEE Filmfare Awards 2017: Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput, Shabana Azmi and Javed Akhtar and 4 other power couples of Bollywood who went coupling and made us go aww!) Also Read - 'Baahar Badi Star Banti Hai, Hum Dikhate Hain Isko..': Fatima Sana Shaikh Opens Up About Bullying as a Child Artist
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Red carpets are incomplete without a classic thigh high. Kriti Sanon stepped her fashionable foot (quite literally) in a thigh high Shehla Khan gown. With Aurelle by Leshna Shah jewelry and Aldo stilettos, Kriti’s non-messy hairdo totally glammed up the red carpet.
Dressed in an Alfazairy couture gown with jewelry by Harsh Sagar, Diana’s muted yet regal avatar was breathtaking.
Bringing the sexy quotient on the red carpet in a black fitted Nicolas Jebran gown and Intoto sandals, Disha was styled by Leepakshi Ellawadi. Supermodel Gigi Hadid had worn the same ensemble at the American Music Awards 2016 last year.
If its goth, its Sonakshi! Ringing in a sexy -meets-gothic vibe on the red carpet, the Akira actress wore a Gauri &Nainika cold-shoulder gown with accessories from Anmol Jewelers and a pair of Louboutins. With her hair in a tight updo, she was styled by her go-to stylist, Mohit Rai.
Retaining her distinct identity and embodying elegance in the classic weave by Raw Mango and accessorizing her classic look with a necklace from Amaze by Johri Jewels, Vidya was styled by the Who Wore What When duo Pranay Jaitly and Shounak Amonkar.
The Mohenjo Daro actress looked gorgeous in an Ali Younes sheer gown and accessories by Minawala Jewelers. With her hair in a neat hairdo, Pooja let the opulent dress speak volumes and was styled by Aastha Sharma.
Snazzy dressing is her forte and proving us right for the umpteenth time was Bhumi Pednekar in a Hema Kaul knotted gown. Going heavy on accessories, Bhumi wore Swarovski earrings, statement rings from Minerali Store and sandals by Charles and Keith. She was styled by Shaina Nath who gave her a shimmery green contrasting Jimmy Choo clutch to round up the look!
The firecracker Sayani ringed in a sultry vibe in a black ace of spades creation by Rhea Pillai Rastogi and went the minimal accessory way with Accessorize India. She was styled by fashion stylist Shreeja Rajgopal. With her hair gelled back in a sleek way by Sana Pathan and bold makeup by Sahithya Shetty, Sayani pulled off the sexy-meets-dangerous look with aplomb!
Showing just how black can never go wrong on the red carpet, these ladies reinforced our love and faith in Black!