Mahira Khan's look at Beirut International Awards Festival will leave you breathless

The actor makes Pakistan proud once again by winning two awards


Pakistani stunner Mahira Khan attended the 8th Beirut International Awards Festival and was awarded two awards, one for the Best Dressed for the night and International Recognition.

Donning a backless, ivory Nicolas Jebran couture gown, the starlet looked ravishing. With her tresses swiped to one side, the diva donned minimal jewellery and her makeup was on point - glowy and flushed with accentuated eyes.

The Beirut International Awards Festival took to Instagram and uploaded a video of the Raees star walking down the red carpet. The video was captioned as 'Best Dressed'. The fashion panel which chose the 'Best Dressed' celebrity of the night included Tony Salame of fashion house La Bourjoisie, Boudi Dib of Su Misura, make-up artist Noha Mouawad and Cedric Haddad of Tufenkjian Jewelry.

Nicolas Jebran has also dressed supermodel Bella Hadid for one of the events as well.

Styled by Maneka Harisinghani, Mahira impressed onlookers with charm and elegance. The Humsafar star's hair and make-up was done by Michelle et Colette and the magnificent jewelry was by Doumit Zoughaib.

The Ho Mann Jahaan star took to social media and posted some of the pictures and a video of her acceptance speech at the awards.

Mahira Khan posted a picture on her Instagram account where she is seen posing with Nur Fettahoğlu, popularly known as Mahidevran Sultan from the popular Turkish series Mera Sultan, at the award ceremony.

In the video, Mahira is seen expressing her gratitude and thanked everyone for all the love and respect.

"This award means a lot to me, because we get a lot of love and a lot of awards back home, so when we get awards outside of out country, it feels like our country is getting an award," she said.

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"So, thank you so much. All my love and a lot of gratitude to all of you," she added.

Mahira then went on to try her hand at Arabic, the national language of Lebanon, saying, "I think I'm going to try to say this, I hope I'm right. I love you guys. Thank you, thank you so much."

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Bunny Rabbit | 4 years ago | Reply I don't approve of Indian and Pak actors wearing such clothing outside . If not salwar or sari they could have covered up a bit in whichever dress they wear .
Asima Khan | 4 years ago | Reply PEMRA should ban her. A Pakistani cannot dress like that.
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