The LUX Style Awards took place last night and it was a spectacular to behold. From almost all of the industry’s A-listers present there (and some conspicuously absent), the event was star studded and full of entertainment. We have the list of all the winners, from last night, for you. You’re welcome. (ALSO OMG WE MET MEERA JEE AND OUR HEARTS WERE OUTSIDE OUR BODIES, WE LOVE YOU MEERA JEE)
Saheefa Jabbar Khattak for Best Emerging Talent
She dedicated the award to her mother and mother in law, and it was positively adorable!
Rizwan ul Haq for Best Fashion Photographer
Best Hair & Makeup – Qasim Liaqat
Best Menswear Designer – Republic by Omer Farooq
Sana Safinaz bagged three awards last night, for Achievement in Fashion Design – Lawn/Bridal/Pret
Sania Maskatiya however sneaked off that Achievement in Fashion Design Award for Pret
The handsome Hasnain Lehri won Male Model Of The Year
Hasnain, while giving his speech, thanked the other men who were nominated in the same category. He said that he would never be able to compete with them because he’s learnt from them and will always see them as mentor. He also asked ace photographer Abdullah Haris to join him on stage to receive the award because Abdullah helped Hasnain become who he is today: the best
While Amna Babar won Model Of The Year – Female
People were tearing up, along with Amna during her acceptance speech. Not only was Amna crowned as the best in the industry, last night, but she also bought her mother a house and she couldn’t help but cry while dedicating the award to the strongest woman in her life
Shuja Haider and “Baaghi” made their way to the podium for Best Original Soundtrack
“Sang E Mar Mar” got both Best TV Director (Saife Hassan) and Best Television Writer (Mustafa Afridi)
However, Saba Qamar reigned supreme when it came to winning the Best TV Actress award for her stellar performance in “Baaghi”
Ahad Raza Mir stole our hearts, last night, and won the Best TV Actor award for “Yakeen Ka Safar”
Ahad is a sweetheart. Nothing too complicated. He dedicated the award to his parents, and more importantly, his dada, the legendary Raza Mir, because of whom his father actually joined the field of acting.
“Baaghi” also won the Best TV Play and it was completely absolutely rightfully awarded
Osman Khalid Butt’s speech for the award was an absolute heart wrenching one where he spoke about how women can never be put down. That their light will never be dimmed. And that made us believe that maybe when a show like “Baaghi” wins the Best TV Play, times are definitely changing!
Our main boys Kashmir won the Best Emerging Talent award for “Kaaghaz Ka Jahaaz”
These boys have come a long long way since their first audition for the Battle of the Bads
Raza Shah, after proving his prowess with the video for “The Sibbi Song” also bagged the award for it
The men who made us dance – Ali Hamza, Ali Sethi and Waqar Ehsin – also won for the biggest song of the year “Tinak Dhin”
Hadiqa Kiani received the Best Album Of The Year Award for “Wajd”
Okay we admit we were rooting for Sikandar Ka Mandir who have been on top of their game but, congratulations, Hadiqa!
When it came to films, the tiny champ, Aima Baig won the Best Singer (Female) Award for her work in “Chupan Chupai”
Urwa Hocane got the award for her “Help Me Durdana” famed character in “Punjab Nahi Jaungi” as the Best Supporting Actor (Female)
Javed Sheikh was awarded the Best Supporting Actor (Male) Award for his work in “Na Maloom Award 2”
Nadeem Baig, the man who gave the highest grosses of 2017 – “Punjab Nahi Jaungi”, got awarded the Best Director Award for it
For the final set of awards for the night, we all kiiinda knew who was winning because, well, have you seen any films, lately?
Humayun Saeed and his ‘Fawad Khagga’ got the award for Best Actor in Film award for “Punjab Nahi Jaungi
Humayun’s speech was an extremely emotional one, where he broke down talking about his late parents.
Mahira Khan bagged the Best Actress Award for her power packed performance in Shoaib Mansoor’s “Verna”
Mahira dedicated her award to all the woman nominated with her, and all the women in the country. Those who she grew up with, those she met along the way and those who she looks up to.
All in all, the night was crazy, packed with emotion, tonnes of empowerment, and a lot of entertainment! Until next year, LSAs!