Screen Awards: Men Dressed To Kill v/s Men Killed To Dress


Screen Gents Cover Pic Screen Gents 15 Screen Gents 28 Screen Gents 27 Screen Gents 22 Screen Gents 23 Screen Gents 19 Screen Gents 20 Screen Gents 32 Screen Gents 26 Screen Gents 01 Screen Gents 08 Screen Gents 14 Screen Gents 16 Screen Gents 17 Screen Gents 18 Screen Gents 35 Screen Gents 24 Screen Gents 38 Screen Gents 07 Screen Gents 33 Screen Gents 03 Screen Gents 11 Screen Gents 05 Screen Gents 25 Screen Gents 29 Screen Gents 31 Screen Gents 36 Screen Gents 04 Screen Gents 10 Screen Gents 06 Screen Gents 09 Screen Gents 30 Screen Gents 12 Screen Gents 34 Screen Gents 37[tps_footer]The 20th Annual Screen Awards just got over on January 14, 2014. One saw the celebrities walk the red carpet; some were dressed to kill and some killed to dress.

Here is an account of what the Men Brigade wore at The 20th Annual Screen Awards:

Shah Rukh Khan walked the red carpet of The 20th Screen Awards 2014 wearing a black and white three piece suit. The jet black velvet waist coat along with a black and grey bow tie, with black formal shoes sealed the look.

Riteish Deshmukh looked very stylish in a Jodhpuri, while Aftab Shivdasani looked a little feminine in a floral shirt.

Ranveer Singh tried very hard to look different but then fell flat with a ghastly looking vibrant velvet sky blue coloured suit that clearly should have been the bonfire of the many parties he attends. Guess he desperately needs a stylist.

While Vivek Oberoi looked very nice and cool in a full black bold colour suit, Abhay Deol was dressed in semi formals.

However Sonu Sood looked debonair in a black tuxedo along with a white cotton shirt. The shining black tie that he carried off with a lot of ease made a lot of women go weak on their knees.

Farhan Akhtar donned a velvet green Nehru Jacket, looking suave and dignified, while Pulkit Samrat actually thought that he was Salman Khan and he could just carry off any colour.  Well the pink and grey combination made him look funny.

Manish Paul though formally dressed still thought he was on the sets of a comedy show and not on the red carpet, while Varun Dhawan looked cool in a white jacket.

Karan Johar was very impeccably dressed as always with a perfect black tuxedo, formal shoes and his signature pout.

But the evening however belonged to the Bachchan boys. Amitabh Bachchan in a grey metallic suit coat and bright red tie gave great competition to his son Abhishek Bachchan who was in a dark navy blue tuxedo.

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