- <strong>Best looks</strong>
- <strong>Sanam Saeed's fun tribal number</strong>
- <strong>Mahira Khan's casual white jumpsuit</strong>
- <strong>Syra Shahroz's effortless statement tee and jeans combo</strong>
- <strong>Fahad Mustafa working this dapper blazer</strong>
- <strong>Worst looks</strong>
- <strong>Mehwish Hayat's green <em>tumboo</em> gown</strong>
- <strong>Urwa Hocane's OTT lehnga</strong>
- <strong>Ushna Shah's peekaboo dress</strong>
- <strong>Mawra Hocane's confusing sari</strong>
While we liked the movie Punjab Nahi Jaungi (which releases tomorrow!), we're now looking at the red carpet to see who won the style war!
The Humayun Saeed and Mehwish Hayat starrer premiered last night and Karachi was lit up, or at least, one part of it was. A bevy of stars made it out to Nueplex cinemas, dressed to the nines.
Here's our own take on who got it right and who didn't.
Sanam Saeed's fun tribal number
This one gets brownie points because it just looks so soft and airy without compromising on style!
It's a versatile piece that Sanam hasn't dressed up too much, just coupled with some ethnic arm candy which is what landed her on our best dressed list!
Mahira Khan's casual white jumpsuit
While we admit it's more beach than premiere, we're still digging this look on Mahira Khan! Her easy, breezy white jumpsuit is chic but also kind of sultry, without being too revealing.
Paired with lots of dainty jewellery, khussas and a straw bag, we want to be waving goodbye to the summer in this outfit!
Syra Shahroz's effortless statement tee and jeans combo
From the fringe to the black loafers to the loud statement tee coupled with distressed jeans, everything about this look screams laidback sass.
Maybe it's a little too fuss-free but honestly, Pakistani movies are long so we don't blame her for choosing to be street style comfortable.
Fahad Mustafa working this dapper blazer
We're liking the slicked back hair and the navy blue and white combo.
Just wish he had worn different shoes!
Mehwish Hayat's green tumboo gown
While the outfit did show off her killer physique a bit, it was just such a dull number.
The colour, style, cut — everything about it was uninspiring. Even the material looks like what they use for tents. We've said it before and we'll say it again: Hayat needs a good stylist asap!
Urwa Hocane's OTT lehnga
This outfit was way too heavy. It's a movie premiere, not a mehndi.
P.S: If you thought that maybe she wore something better to the Karachi premiere, you'd be wrong.
Ushna Shah's peekaboo dress
Like why do the sleeves even exist?
We get that the cold shoulder is here to stay but this is just awkward and looks like bad tailoring, not to mention her choice of accessories didn't help in any way either.
Mawra Hocane's confusing sari
This honestly was a grandma print that looked like a kid designed and stitched it together.
Plus the hairdo did her no favours either.