In this way, we had the setback to watch the Filmfare Awards, which had all the appeal of a choreographed WWE battle that speaks to pre-youngsters who don't have any acquaintance with it's fake. Shah Rukh Khan attempted his best to lift the night, however it's difficult to lift things when you've Kapil Sharma in front of an audience making constrained comedic commotions and exhausted jokes about Madhur Dixit's marriage and homosexuality which really ought to be consigned to the waste receptacle in 2016.
While it was somewhat diverting to see Ranveer Singh move off against Shah Rukh Khan (who by the way still looks and feels way stiffer that Farooq Abdullah) while Kriti Sanon demolished a symbol's legacy when she performed to Sadhna's songs.
What's more, obviously, there was a general air of skepticism, when Sooraj Pancholi, a gentleman who can't walk and talk in the meantime, grabbed the award for Best Debut from Fawad Khan rather than Vicky Kaushal for Masaan, Shashank Arora for Titli or even Karan Johar for Bombay Velvet. This specific function didn't had Hrithik Roshan dancing, one of only a handful few redeeming components of award functions in India.
Then again, we did get the chance to see a fascinating social trade between Shah Rukh Khan and Irrfan Khan, two on-screen characters at different finishes of the spectrum in Bollywood. Yes, Irrfan and Shah Rukh sparred over, their 'kinds of cinema' and to be fair that would've been one amazingly intriguing open deliberation in the event that it got real.
It was entrancing to see Irrfan Khan waste Shah Rukh for doing likewise stuff over and over, while the latter declined to entertain him and introduce him appropriately. At that point they continued to do different takes while Shah Rukh Khan endeavored a Piku while Irrfan diverted his inner Raj Aryan.
Winning an award is an emotional moment, paying little heed to whether you are a touchy individual. Furthermore, when an award is as large as the Filmfare Award, one will undoubtedly be emotional.
In any case, the gathering of people and the film fraternity wouldn't have anticipated that emotions would run so high when Deepika Padukone won the desired black lady for her performance in 'Piku'.
Not surprisingly, Deepika was thrilled when her name was declared as the winner of the Best Actress Award. After she gathered the award, dressed in a stunning red gown, she felt the time was adept to peruse a letter her dad had kept in touch with her and her sister couple of years back.