The Hello! Hall Of Fame Awards was held in Mumbai and the night saw a sle of A listers who dazzled the evening. The stars were dressed in the ebst of their outfits and the ladies sizzled in their gowns. It was a very stylish night and the three women who stood out were wearing similar outfits, all of them a metallic gold gowns. Shweta Bachchan Nanda, Gauri Khan and Iulia Vantur carried off their similar looking ensembles with great poise and elegance.
Gauri Khan made her appearance on the red carpet alongside her husband, Shah Rukh Khan, and her mother. She looked resplendent in her gold Monisha Jaising gown, with a thigh high split and sequins embroidered all over. Gauri went for a soft makeup look with the focus mainly on the eyes. Her glittery smokey eye look added immensely to her glam quotient for the night. To finish her look, she carried a silver-gold clutch that matched perfectly with her sparkly shoes. And then there was Iulia Vantur, a model and TV personality from Romania who has been navigating the tricky Bollywood scene for some years now as the rumoured girlfriend of Salman.Iulia’s gold Manish Malhotra gown was replete with tassels and beads and featured a sheer net peach skirt that ended in frills. Iulia too went for minimal accessories and soft makeup with a smokey eye look.
As the stars looked gorgeous as ever, the evening was an entertaining one with Ranveer Singh being awarded as ‘Entertainer of the Year’ . He dedicated the honour to the deceased actress Sridevi. Ranveer also presented the ‘Cinematic Icon of the Year’ award to veteran actress Rekha amid thunderous applause. The star-studded night was attended by the likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Gauri Khan, Deepika Padukone, Karan Johar, Sidharth Malhotra, Kriti Sanon, Rajkumar Rao and others
Singh kickstarted the year wi9th a bang with his mind blowing performance in Padmaavat.The talented actor presently shooting for Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, a musical drama based on the lives of streets rappers in Mumbai. After Gully Boy, Ranveer will work on Rohit Shetty’s Simmba, an all-out action entertainer, and Kabir Khan’s 83, a biopic on former Indian cricket team skipper Kapil Dev.