It’s a reveling minute for any Bollywood fan to sit on the love seat and watch the Filmfare Awards. Ideal for seeing our most loved Bollywood big names moving their heart out on hit tracks to scoring the stars on their fashion nearness, it’s a night we as a whole hang tight for eagerly. With Filmfare 2019 practically around the bend let us take you through the high contrast period, which was an alternate sort of excellence!
The Filmfare Awards were first initiated in 1954. ‘The Clares’ was the first name of the honor ceremony, named after The Times of India critic Clare Mendonca. Savants of Filmfare were surveyed to choose the victors, and more than 20,000 savant spreads all through India took an interest in the surveys; trophies were given to champs of the mainstream vote. In the 1st awards ceremony, hung on 21 March 1954 at the Metro Theater of Mumbai, just five honors were introduced: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Music Director.
Do Bigha Zameen was the 1st motion picture to win the honor for Best Film. The primary champs for another four classes were: Bimal Roy, as director of Do Bigha Zameen, Dilip Kumar for Daag, Meena Kumari for Baiju Bawra, and Naushad Ali for his immortal musical magic in Baiju Bawra.
Hollywood Super Star Gregory Peck was welcome to be the visitor of respect in the first historically speaking honors on 21 March 1954 at the Metro theater, Mumbai yet couldn’t make it to the capacity since his departure from Colombo got postponed. Be that as it may, Peck attended the feast that pursued the ceremony night at Wellington Club (Gymkhana), Mumbai (The then Bombay).
This first picture demonstrates to us the famous on-screen Diva Meena Kumari, clad in a Kanjeevaram saree holding her black lady. She won the honor for his astounding execution in ‘Parineeta’. Obviously, you can’t miss the gajra in her hair.
Now, here we have the Devdas star Dilip Kumar and ever charming Nutan is holding their black lady with much pride! A glance at the actress will transport you to a period of appeal and thoughtful style.
What’s more, here’s the look at the ever charming Nargis. That expansive grin, just enough to kill, would it say it isn’t?
It’s Sharmila Tagore up next annihilating in a dark embroider saree and colossal doodads. They state it right, style comes from the era passed by.
Waheeda Rehman gets the Best Actress Award for her rendition in Guide from the unbelievable movie maker Raj Kapoor. After the sarees epic, we see Waheeda wearing something which resembles a gown.
Shutting the chapter with the One and Only Dream Girl in Bollywood, Hema Malini. She is resembling an Apsara in an unadulterated silk saree.