Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Red Carpet Style: Times Of India Film Awards

The Times of India Film Awards took place in Canada recently, with plenty of glitz and glamour from our favourite celebrities. While it wasn’t as star-studded as some of our events back home, our red carpet fashion craze was sufficiently satiated.

Curls seemed to be the order of the night, as you’ll see from our pictures below. An exception to the apparent rule was Gauri Khan, who had her hair up in a sleek top bun (one of our favourite hairstyles!). The updo complemented her embellished shoulders, also drawing attention to the feather detail. 

 Neha Dhupia and Gauri Khan with Shah Rukh Khan at the awards

In a very similar hairdo was Neha Dhupia, who accentuated her bun with a little bit of volume. Even Mugdha Godse and Ileana D’Cruz put their hair up, with a dramatic side parting for both.

Ileana D'Cruz and Mugdha Godse on the red carpet

Nargis Fakhri and Priyanka Chopra opted for tight curls, both of them looking glamorous in their eye-catching gowns. While Nargis went for a simple side part with curls cascading down her shoulders, Priyanka wore her hair in a deep side part with side swept curls and bangs – a look Zareen Khan also assumed.

Nargis Fakhri, Priyanka Chopra and Zareen Khan all opted for tightly curled hair 

Anushka Sharma paired her Dior suit with large, loose curls, paired with bangs. The short and centered bangs didn’t really do it for us, but the overall outcome is pretty great.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Chitrangada Singh and Anushknt for large and loose curls

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also wore her hair in large, loose curls to go with her Sabyasachi anarkali. A lovely, down to earth look she’s been adopting as of late. Also taking the natural, down to earth stance was Chitrangada Singh with wavy hair swept to one side with bangs.

So we loved the curled hair trend this year at The Times Of India Film Awards. While the event may be over, we can’t wait to see our favourite Bollywood actresses make their next red carpet appearance. Wonder if we’ll see another trend emerge…

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