The dreamiest and the most bizarrely dressed celebrities at Hum Awards 2018

Last week, Toronto city was a witness to the 6th edition if the eventful Kashmir Hum Awards Show 2018. Being stuck in the huge controversy of artists leaving for the show instead of waiting for the Elections 2018, this star-studded show still did its best in terms of glamour, fun, entertainment, and performances.

The top-notch artists walked the red carpet with a dazzling charm. Dressed in designer outfits by big names of the fashion industry, many stars definitely carried the apparels like uber-chic models, while some of the artists were just a big NO!

Here is the list of the best and worst dressed celebrities of the remarkable night.

Mawra Hocane

If we were to rate this mesmerizing gown, it would be nothing less than a total of five stars. Dressed in Manish Malhotra’s peach-colored gown, Mawra is clearly the winner in terms of looks here.

Hamza Ali Abbasi

Despite his handsome looks, (sorry to his fans) Hamza seemed to have had better days. The plain monochrome kurta shalwar just didn’t do it for this glamorous event.

Iqra Aziz

Clad in Sana Safinaz signature apparel, Iqra Aziz was there to serve the charming looks. The tea rose colored dress was form-fitting, with a beautiful flare at the bottom.

Armeena Rana Khan

Definitely, a NO! Although the color choice was intriguing, the orange detailing on the nude colored base was not a particularly admiring addition to the Arjamamd Bano’s designer dress.

Fawad Khan

Looking dapper than ever, Fawad attended the event with her wife Sadaf Khan. The dark grey collar lined tuxedo was a perfect blend of classiness and decency.

Hania Amir

The new talent, Hania Amir was looking ravishing with the soft makeup. Howebeit, the dress… definitely a no! The neon green colored Hussain Rehar gown can be accepted if the over-stated blue organza drape would not have been added to the overall look.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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