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Inside IIFA Rocks: Ameesha, Rakul get on stage

By Rediff Movies
September 17, 2019 12:43 IST
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Bollywood took to the stage quite glamorously at IIFA Rocks, the event that kick-started the 20th edition of IIFA.

After walking the green carpet, the stars performed for audiences, and we bring you a quick peek.


Rakul Preet walks the ramp for designers Shantanu and Nikhil.


Arjun Rampal, of course, has always been a natural at it.


Aparshakti Khurana looks quite confident.


Ameesha Patel walks the ramp for designer Masuuma Namjoshi.


Designer Masuuma Namjoshi, extreme right, with Ameesha and Urvashi Rautela.


Neha Kakkar sings a superhit song.


Amit Trivedi sang songs like Daryaa from Manmarziyaan and Shaam Shaandaar from Shaandaar.


Jassie Gill puts up a vibrant performance.


Make way for Punjabi singer B Praak.


Nakash Aziz, Ranjit Barot and Jonita Gandhi perform Bollywood's folk-based songs.


Tulsi Kumar.


Dhvani Bhanushali sings Dilbar.


Hosts of the evening, Ali Fazal and Radhika Apte.


Salim Merchant plays the piano.


Then he teams up with his brother Sulaiman Merchant to sum up 20 years of Hindi cinema with a performance.


The technical awards were also announced, and Daniel B George picks up one for the Background Score of Andhadhun.


The Sound Mixing award goes to Ajay Kumar PB, also for Andhadhun.


Kunal Sharma wins the Sound Design award for Tumbbad.


Kruti Mahesh Midya and Jyothi Tommaar win the Best Choreographer award for Ghoomar from Padmaavat.


Pooja Ladha Surti wins the Best Editing award for Andhadhun.


The Best Dialogues award goes to Badhaai Ho's Akshat Ghildial.


The Best Screenplay award goes to the Andhadhun team: Sriram Raghavan, Arijit Biswas, Pooja Ladha Surti, Yogesh Chandekar and Hemanth Rao.


The Best Cinematography award goes to Sudeep Chatterjee for Padmaavat.


The Special Effects award goes to Filmgate Films AB for Tumbbad. Director Adesh Prasad picked the award on their behalf.

Photographs: Kind courtesy IIFA/Instagram

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