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GQ Magazine held its annual Men of the Year Awards function in Mumbai on September 30.
Honouring men who have made their mark in the fields of entertainment, business, philanthropy and more, big names like Ajay Devgn, John Abraham and Shahid Kapoor ranked among the recipients, while stars like Jacqueline Fernandez and Nargis Fakhri were in attendance. Take a look.
The Bollywood heavyweight, attending with wife Kajol, was the proud recipient of the Cinematic Icon Award.
For his long and distinguished career in movies, the veteran actor was the bestowed the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Cricket icon Rahul took home the GQ Legend title.
The stunning star was one of two women honoured last evening -- she was named Woman of the Year.
The Chivas Award for the Ultimate GQ Man went to Shahid.
The Director's award went to filmmaker Anurag Kashyap. Wife Kalki Koechlin was also at hand to show her support, looking stunning in a gold gown.
The legendary director was bestowed the Inspiration award by the magazine for his contribution to international cinema.
Hunky John walked home with the title of Most Stylish Man. He is seen here with GQ editor Che Kurrien and girlfriend Priya Marwah.
The couturier was presented with the Designer of the Year award for his contribution in the field of fashion.
Gangs of Wasseypur actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui was named Breakthrough Talent and Michelin Starred host of MasterChef India Vikas Khanna was honoured for his culinary skills as Chef of the Year.
The Vicky Donor actor was named best Emerging Talent by GQ.
Vidya received the second of two honours reserved for the ladies, carrying off the Excellence Award.
The TV personality title went to editor-in-chief of The Indian Express and host of TV show Walk the Talk Shekhar Gupta; Rahul Bhattacharya scooped up the Writer of the Year award.
Other achievers celebrated by the magazine were International Businessman of the Year Tony Fernandes, Sportsman of the Year Sushil Kumar, Businessman of the Year Sanjay Reddy, Artists of the Year Thukral and Tagra and Agent of Social Change Mohandas Pai.
But don't go away yet -- there were plenty of hotties on the red carpet, who turned up to support the honorees!
The Sri Lankan beauty looked like a million dollars in her black fishtail number.
Mandy showed off her curves in a figure-hugging bandage dress.
The starlet went in for the kill in a see-through lace corset cocktail.
Big B was his usual impeccable self in a black high-collared jacket.
The lovely Dia channelled ethnic elegance in a black and white drape.
Dino looked dapper in a pin-striped suit, complete with waistcoat.
The veteran actor was dignified and handsome as always, while his ladylove opted for a bold empire-waist gown with sheer bodice.
The Bodyguard actress went loud and proud in gold palazzo pants and applique jacket -- quite a fashion risk.
Sagarika showed up in a wine-coloured satin ensemble cinched becomingly at the waist.
Esha shimmered in a bling-thing sequin gown with cut-away detailing.
These two lovely ladies opted for Indian glamour with simple but striking saris.
Fashion designers Nari, Kapoor and Raghavendra were individualistic and stylish on the red carpet.
Nargis was quite the diva in a slinky low-necked number and statement neckpiece.
The actor was the host for the evening and stepped things up in a black suit.
Swathed in green with a beautiful hairpiece, Sarah-Jane was simply stunning.
And finally, we have Shibani, who had a vintage vibe going in her see-through dress.