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Deepika Padukone, Madhuri Dixit look gorgeous at Filmfare Awards (Marathi). Check out pics

Deepika Padukone, Mardhuri Dixit, Aditi Rao Hydari looked gorgeous at the Filmfare Awards (Marathi). Check out their pics and a list of all winners.

bollywood Updated: Oct 28, 2017 09:34 IST
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Hindustan Times
Deepika Padukone,Madhuri Dixit,Aditi Rao Hydari
Deepika Padukone at the Jio Filmfare Awards (Marathi) in a stunning Sabyasachi saree.(Instagram)

Actors Deepika Padukone, Madhuri Dixit and Aditi Rao Hydari attended the Jio Filmfare Awards (Marathi) in style. They brought put the best, most fashionable foot forward on the red carpet in sarees, salwar kameez and lehengas.

Deepika wore a stunning Sabyasachi saree with a huge train behind her. The grey saree of net fabric had pink and red flowers embroidered all over and that she rocked in her usual manner. She went for dark, dramatic eyes with a tinge of pink, let her hair loose and paired it all with chunky golden-pink jhumkas.

Aditi Rao Hydari wore a black and beige lehenga with a golden necklace and jhumkas. Her gorgeous eyes and thick brows stole the show once again.

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Madhuri Dixit showed for the awards with her husband, Dr Sriram Nene. She wore an orange dress with her hair tied up and paired it all with long chandelier earrings.

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Absentee Priyanka Chopra, however stole the night with her film, Ventilator, getting as many as 15 nominations. The film, which was made by her production house, Purple Pebble Pictures, was nominated for Best Film, Best Director (Rajesh Mapuskar), Best Actor Male (Jitendra Joshi) , Best Actor In A Supporting Role Male (Ashutosh Gowariker), Best Actor In A Supporting Role Female (Sukanya Kulkarni), Best Music Album (Rohan Gokhale & Rohan Pradhan), Best Lyrics (Manoj Yadav), Best Production Design (Nikhil Kovale), Best Cinematography (Savita Singh), Best Original Story (Rajesh Mapuskar), Best Screenplay (Rajesh Mapuskar), Best Dialogue (Rajesh Mapuskar), Best Editing (Rameshwar Bhagat), Best Background Score (Rohan & Rohan) and Best Sound Design (Sanjay Maurya and Allwyn Rego).

Reacting to the happy news, Priyanka Chopra said, “As a producer, I couldn’t have asked for anything more for my first Marathi venture. It’s such an honor for us at Purple Pebble Pictures and the entire team of Ventilator. 15 nominations... we’re truly overwhelmed. It’s a testament to Rajesh Mapuskar, Jitendra Joshi, Ashutosh Gowariker, Dr. Madhu Chopra and everyone who worked as a team, bringing their incredible skills to the mix and coming together to deliver such an amazing film. Thank you Filmfare for the recognition and huge congratulations to the entire team.”

Here’re the winner in all categories:

Best Film

Sairat

Best Director

Nagraj Manjule (Sairat)

Best Actor (Male)

Nana Patekar (Natsamrat)

Best Actor (Female)

Rinku Rajguru (Sairat)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)

Vikram Gokhale (Natsamrat)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)

Sai Tamhankar (Family Katta)

Best Music Album

Ajay-Atul (Sairat)

Best Lyrics

Ajay-Atul (Yad Lagalay - Sairat)

Best Playback Singer (Male)

Ajay Gogavale (Yad Lagalay - Sairat)

Best Playback Singer (Female)

Chinmayi (Sairat Zaala Ji - Sairat)

Best Debut (Male)

Akash Thosar (Sairat)

Best Debut (Female)

Rinku Rajguru (Sairat)

Best Debut Director

Rajesh Mapuskar (Ventilator)

Critics’ Best Film

Mahesh Manjrekar (Natsamrat)

Critics’ Best Actor (Male)

Mangesh Desai (Ek Albela)

Critics’ Best Actor (Female)

Vandana Gupte (Family Katta)

Lifetime Achievement Award

Ashok Saraf

Best Production Design

Vasu Patil - Half Ticket

Best Cinematography

Sanjay Memane - Half Ticket

Best Original Story

Rajesh Mapuskar - Ventilator

Best Screenplay

Rajesh Mapuskar - Ventilator

Best Dialogue

Bharat Manjule and Nagraj Manjule - Sairat

Best Editing

Rameshwar Bhagat - Ventilator

Best Background Score

Ajay-Atul - Sairat

Best Choreography

Rahul Thombre - Sanjeev Howladar (O Kaka - YZ)

Best Sound Design

Sanjay Maurya and Allwyn Rego - Ventilator

Check out more pictures from the awards night:

Winning moment! @deepikapadukone presents the Best Film award to team #Sairat.

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‪Couple capers!‬ ‪#ShreyasTalpade and wifey Dipti arrive for the #JioFilmfareAwards (Marathi)‬

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First Published: Oct 28, 2017 09:33 IST