An Evening of Talk, Laughter and Style Was Hello! Hall of Fame Awards 2017

Hall of Fame Awards 2017

2016 has been a remarkable year of achievements in the world of Bollywood, fashion and even business and acknowledging and celebrating this bundle of talents was the smoke rising, heart-racing event, Hello! Hall of Fame Awards 2017.

The biggies of B-town were all caught live and cheerful on the glam cam at the grand affair. Sizzling hot like crushed red peppers; the divas of tinsel town touched high fashion nodes and rendered trendsetting styles to mirror.

Hosted by the songstress, Sophie Choudry with her melodious voice, the event was a grand success. Let us unravel the fashion mysteries and puzzles that were captured on our photographic lens-

Sophie Choudry

Setting the stage on fire with her vintage style and her divine voice was Sophie Choudry all glammed up in a Gaurav Gupta gown. Flaunting her sensuous curves in the body con dress with beads tassels, she sketched a beautiful picture of herself. Farah Khan Ali’s extravagant earrings and cocktail ring closed her style. Michael Salmen, the beauty expert played smart and vintage with her hair by giving them stiff waves and enhanced her beauty with smokey eyes and matte finish maroon lips.

Sophie Choudry

Disha Patani

Like a sparkling ruby, Disha Patani rolled out a breathtaking style in a scarlet-hued Swapnil Shinde gown. The velvety strapless gown with the thigh-high slit drove us insane. Tailored to fit her toned curves, the outfit brought a classy yet sassy vibe to the diva. With Jet Gems jewels and Tresmode metallic sandals, she rounded off her ensemble. Sanky, the Mr.Evrus of Instagram gave his best shot with vintage hairdo on Disha and it was a clear win. Flavia Giuliodori, the makeup artist drew red lips, winged liner and glowing finish with his magical palette.

We are proud to disclose that the young lady has bagged the ‘Fresh Face of The Year’ award with the Hall of Fame Awards 2017.

Disha Patani

Anushka Sharma

Like a sweet scoop of melting ice cream was Anushka in a Sharnita Nandwana strapless gown. She glided like a fairy onto the stage to pick her ‘Entertainer of the Year’ award. Pinning her tresses into a sophisticated bun and with Fine jewelry from Farah Khan, Anushka was a feast to the eyes of the onlookers. Allia Al Rufai, the stylist relieved us by styling the diva in much pleasant, feminine and soft shade unlike her all-black avatars off-late.

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Anushka Sharma

Katrina Kaif

One look at Katrina Kaif and we have to admit that the diva totally deserved the ‘Glamour Icon of The Year’ Award. In a red hot plunging neckline Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla dress, she looked mesmerizing. Subtle toned Gehna Jewellers timeless pieces, Jimmy Choo shoes were her sole companions for the evening. With straight hair and nude makeup, she closed her rock-solid look.

Katrina Kaif

Alia Bhatt

No wonder, the young, dynamic actress of B-town, Alia Bhatt is the ‘Outstanding Talent of the Year’ and to bag this appreciation at the Hello!Hall of Fame Awards 2017, the young lady pulled out a fantastic show. In a fit and flare soft pink lace gown from Georges Chakra, Alia was sweetness overloaded. While the outfit gave her the cutesy vibe, the beach waves hairdo gave the style a sensual touch. Like always, Ami Patel And Sanjay Kumar Dauhaliya, the styling team kept her accessories free.

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Alia Bhatt

Elli Avram

Looks like strapless gown with thigh-high slits was the theme of the Hello! Hall of Fame Awards ceremony. Playing along on the same notes was Elli Avram in a black Chhavvi Aggarwal label. With soft wavy hair, E-Designs jewelry and metallic heels, she looked steaming hot.

Elli Avram

Mira Rajput

Winning the ‘Stylish Couple of the Year’ award, the inseparable couple, Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput were all smiles. The lovely better half of the handsome hunk picked a stunning satin gown from Monisha Jaising label and went contrast with Renu Oberoi Luxury Jewellery. Casual hairdo and smoky eyes defined her beauty better.

Mira Rajput

Shriya Saran

An all-white ensemble is quite a challenge to carry and Shriya Saran aced it at the Hello! Hall of Fame Awards 2017. She went sari style in white with a silver blouse from Gaurav Gupta. With her hair brushed off her face and a metallic clutch, she looked fairly simple yet classy.

Shriya Saran

Twinkle Khanna

The author and actress, Twinkle Khanna made it too difficult to look away from her stunning simplicity and A-class trend. To pick her ‘Visionary Woman of the Year’ award, the diva dressed up interesting in a sari from Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla. The fringe cut on the blouse, the fringe hemline of the sari and the divine pearl neckline were interesting features of her outfit that brought her fashion sense to the limelight.

Twinkle Khanna

Tanishaa Mukherji

In a royal bottle green shade outfit from Suvi Arya label, Tanishaa looked fabulous. Minerali jewelry, the soft curls following her ponytail and coral lips rounded her flawless style.

Tanishaa Mukherji

Shamita Shetty

Like a cute adorable ballerina, Shamita Shetty stood looking impressive and stunning in a Manish Malhotra outfit. Scarlet sandals, fringe neckline and jewelry from Anmol Jewellers spiced up the shimmering style a notch high.

Shamita Shetty

Sana Khan

Looking like a sweet dove, Sana Khan graced the Hello! Hall of Fame Awards in an Amit GT outfit. The jewelry from Minawala Jewellers, soft hairdo, deep coral lips, and winged lashes locked her beauty and style in balance.

Sana Khan

Also in attendance were veteran beauties, Dimple Kapadia and Rekha.

Kapadia and Rekha

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