It is entertainment's biggest night, so the Lux Style Awards is bound to leave us with some unforgettable memories.
Here are some of the best moments:
It was a long, long wait to Mahira Khan's performance at the LSAs, but boy, was it worth it.
In the finale dance, she whirled and twirled effortlessly with her Ho Mann Jahaan co-star Sheharyar Munawar Siddiqui on their film's hit track 'Shakar Wandaan Re'. If we've ever complained that Mahira is too stage-managed in her public appearances, here was her cutting loose. Nearing the end, the dancing duo descended from the stage onto the front row where they pulled their friends like Humayun Saeed and Mawra Hocane out of their seats to join them. Nobody seemed able to match their moves, though!
Her earlier performance with Mohsin Abbas Haider on Bin Roye's 'Balle Balle' was just as enjoyable.
Mahira's Daddy dedication was one of the most aww-worthy moments of the night.
When she came on stage to accept the Best Actress award for Sadqay Tumhare, Mahira revealed this fun fact:
"Today, for the first time, I'm not sure where he's sitting, but my father is here today."
Mahira shared when the LSA invites came in and she told her dad they weren't for anybody specific, her father offered to go along with a very sweet 'Main chaloon?'
She dedicated her win to him, thanking him for making her who she is.
It was a happy occasion, but Faysal Quraishi made sure to focus on the bigger picture.
When he came up to accept his Best Actor award for Rang Laaga, he dedicated his award to the people of Kashmir and said that all Pakistanis are with them in their difficult times. It was one of the most memorable acceptance speeches of the night.
Ali Zafar and Ali Sethi took the stage to deliver a resounding tribute qawwali to legendary qawwal Amjad Sabri. Candle-bearing celebs joined them on stage, and soon made way for Amjad's son, older brother and members of the Sabri gharana.
"This is a very painful moment. Amjad Sabri was 10 years younger than me," began his brother. "I don't know what kind of people can kill the innocent without remorse."
Addressing the audience, he then said, "We all must work together to rid our society of this cancer. Don't be afraid of death; it has to come to us all. We're Pakistanis, we're not afraid of death. We're only afraid of God."
A Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to the Sabri family by the Unilever Chairman.
He killed at the LSA 2015, and he was back to grill some more celebs this year.
Yasir Hussain skewered his celeb buds about everything, from Hamza Ali Abbasi's run-in with Facebook, Mahira's best film being an ad (ouch!) and Ayesha Omar's alleged selfie obsession.
Not all his jokes went down well, though. His dig at Deepak Perwani's selfie face offended the designer.
Glamour is one of the mainstays of the LSAs, but the Best Dressed (Male) Award actually went to the one of the most dressed down celebs, Hamza Ali Abbasi.
Of course, Hamza wrote a status about it:
This was like the LSAs going, 'Hey Hamza, we like you, just the way you are!'
We've had our say about this, but this one bears repeating: calling on actors of short stature to serve as the butt of a poorly conceived joke is not the equivalent of giving them a platform to showcase their talent.
During a segment, Ayesha Khan was brought on stage with the announcement that her famously orphaned Mann Mayal character’s parents have been found. And in walked a little couple, as the punchline of that joke.
Was the host Ahmed Ali Butt implying that the joy of reuniting with long-lost parents be lessened if they turned out to be little people? Where's the sense in that?
And this was a segment that was just plain awkward.
For some comic relief, Maya Ali and Osman Kahlid Butt were asked to inhale some helium and sing the Diyar-e-Dil OST. Maya tried for a few seconds before bursting into a fit of giggles. We're glad she found it funny. Because for us, it was just embarrassing to watch.