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Filmfare March 8, 2018

For over 6 decades Filmfare has been the official handbook on bollywood for their die-hard fans. With its exclusive interviews, classy photoshoots, insider stories, bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features; Filmfare captures Bollywood's biggest stars & divas at their colourful, candid, beautiful, quirky and even spoilt best

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Worldwide Media Private Limited
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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letter from the editor

Celestial celebration It’s that time of the year when we’re neck deep in preparing for the Jio Filmfare Awards East 2018 in Kolkata. Gone are the days when after the culmination of our main awards we could take a breather. Now, as soon as the post awards group photograph is clicked, it’s back to the drawing board for our other properties. I’ve always been a die-hard fan of RD Burman. And I believe if someone took RD’s legacy forward it was Bappi Lahiri. Bappida brought the disco sound to India. It helped that Mithun Chakraborty was being paraded as the Indian avatar of John Travolta and Bappida’s pulsating music gelled well with the theme and content of the dance-oriented films. But big bang music wasn’t Bappida’s only strength. He has given some…

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knight of the black lady!

Bollywood’s biggest annual gala – the 63 Jio Filmfare Awards 2018 was the most memorable night of the year. In keeping with the Filmfare tradition, it was all about honouring excellence in cinema amidst peers and audiences. Kicking off the event a month before with a grand press conference, was Bollywood’s brightest and biggest star – Shah Rukh Khan. Looking all things dapper in a black suit, King Khan announced the upcoming celebration with a bang. King Khan, along with Filmfare editor Jitesh Pillaai and Worldwide Media CEO Deepak Lamba, lit the auspicious lamp. He went on to charm the audience and the media with his trademark panache. He shared precious memories associated with the Black Lady - be it as a newbie attending the show and later on picking up numerous trophies…

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pamper & play

As the Black Lady celebrated its 63 year, we rolled out an exclusive goody-filled hamper for the seventh successive year. This time, we presented the stars with an eclectic collection of the finest goodies. When you’re in the festive spirit, it’s best not to hold back. And we love to pamper our stars. Just like the glamorous 63 Jio Filmfare Awards 2018 event, this year’s hamper was filled with glorious goodies. Here’s presenting the choicest items that comprised the grand hamper... SPA LA VIE BY L'OCCITANE It's an 8000 sq ft Mediterranean Wellness Sanctuary right in the heart of South Mumbai. Pamper yourself with Provencal inspired rituals on a heated stone Hammam Bed, revitalise with Shea from Burkina Faso and Immortelle from Corsica, feel refreshed in private steam chambers after a Aromachologie…

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red carpet glory

Sonam Kapoor could author a book on how to surprise on the red carpet every single time. Wearing a Vera Wang ensemble, Sonam took the more casual and unconventional route and boy, did she nail it. Full points to the fashionista for trying something new.Wearing a tiered tulle piece from Monsoori, Alia Bhatt showed up like a dream at the awards. The colour flattered her complexion and young beauty. She’s no more a student in the school of fashion. And talking about school, Madhuri Dixit surely heads the board with this gorgeous Mark Bumgarner gown. With the tulip print bust and a pair of emerald earrings, Madhuri looked like a million bucks. Opting for pretty pink, Preity Zinta was a revelation. Wearing a strapless Garimon Roferos princess gown, she she…

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we thank our judges

POPULAR CATEGORIES TECHNICAL AND CRITICS’ CATEGORIES SHORT FILM AWARDS…

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lights,action, magic!

FILMFARE HAS ALWAYS STOOD UP FOR QUALITY CINEMA rather than being a populist award. The winners’ line-up this year reiterated that. Be it Bareilly Ki Barfi, Tumhari Sulu, Newton, Trapped or Mukti Bhawan, the films were small in budget but high on content. Perhaps, it’s a change in the taste of viewers or maybe a renewal in the mindset of filmmakers. And we are proud to be part of that renaissance. Celebrating excellence, as is our tradition, the 63 Jio Filmfare Awards 2018, the biggest entertainment event of the year, witnessed much drama and dazzle. As the stars descended in their brightest and best to honour their peers, those on stage made sure the audience went home with dreams and stars in their eyes… Presenting a bird’s eye reportage of…

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