Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur! Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Bollywood celebs at the 16th IIFA awards in Kuala Lumpur.

hidden June 08, 2015 11:00:17 IST
Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur! Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards
Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Jacqueline Fernandez (R) and Huma Qureshi (L) pose on the green carpet of the 16th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards at the Putra Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on June 7, 2015. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Lady in Black: Shraddha Kapoor on the green carpet at the IIFA Awards. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Vintage lady in Black: Sonakshi Sinha on the green carpet of IIFA Awards. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Hrithik Roshan winks, Anushka Sharma smiles and Shahid Kapoor beams in front of shutterbugs at IIFA awards. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Aditi Rao Hydari and Deepika Padukone sparkle in an evening gown and a saree respectively,  at the IIFA Awards. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

The entertainment of the night: Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Co-actors Farhan Akhtar and Priyanka Chopra share a moment, seemingly talking about their film Dil Dhadakne Do? AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Lady in Black no 3: Parineeti Chopra. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Priyanka Chopra poses with fans and takes seflies before the main IIFA 2015 event. AFP

Sparkly night at Kuala Lumpur Bollywood in full attendance at the 16th IIFA Awards

Gulshan Grover poses with fans on the green carpet during the IIFA Gala screening of the movie "Dil Dhadakne Do". AFP

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