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7:58 pm - Wednesday June 29, 2016

19th Colors Screen Awards Priyanka Chopra kisses Shahrukh on stage!

Priyanka Chopra kisses ShahrukhThe night of the 19th Colors Screen Awards was peppered with mind-blowing performances by Priyanka Chopra, John Abraham, Rekha, Ranbir Kapoor and many more.

Also, the controversial jodi of Shahrukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra, shared the stage for quite a while. And we even witnessed an easy chemistry between the two with the duo oscillating between playful fights and mushy overtures. But amidst the glittering playfulness, song, dance and ghazal numbers, B-towners who made it big in 2012 stepped up on stage to receive their coveted award. Who were they?
In the category of the Best Actor (Male), the award was shared by Ranbir Kapoor for Barfi! and Irrfan for Paan Singh Tomar. Vidya Balan won the award for the Best Actor (Female) for Kahaani. There were two celebs who took home the trophy for being ‘popular’. Yup, the award for the Most Popular Actor was won by Katrina Kaif in the female category and Salman Khan in the male category.

We’ll soon come up with an extensive winners list. For now, take a look at who all attended the awards ceremony. While SRK and Piggy Chops had the time of their lives on stage, we also had Ranbir turning into a delightful Barfi. Then there was Rekha who voiced Gulzar saab’s nazm. Malaika Arora Khan looked totally stylish in a bare-back dress as she sashayed down the red carpet with hubby Arbaaz Khan.
So what are you waiting for? Take a look at this glittering gallery to find out what actually happened at the 19th Screen Awards!

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