Lux Style Awards announced Ehd-e-Wafa as best TV play


KARACHI: Lux Style Awards winners have been announced. There were 22 categories this year in music, fashion and TV. Three lifetime achievement awards were also presented at the show.

The Unilever Chairman’s Lifetime Achievement Award was dedicated to Farida Khanum, known as the Queen of Ghazal during her active years. The newly created LUX Change Makers Award was given posthumously to the late playwright Haseena Moin and the Lifetime Achievement Award in Fashion award was given to designer Bunto Kazmi.

Here are the winners in the other categories.

Best Singer (Viewers Choice)

Abbas Ali Khan for 'Mein Yeh Janoun Na'

Best Song (Viewers Choice)

Bayaan for 'Teri Tasveer'

Best Emerging Talent (Jury Vote)

Aziz Khan

Best Video Director (Jury Vote)

Hamza Bin Tahir for 'Teri Tasveer'

Best TV Play (Viewers Choice)

Momina Duraid and ISPR for Ehd-e-Wafa

Best TV Actor (Viewers Choice)

Danish Taimoor for Deewangi

Best TV Actress (Viewers Choice)

Yumna Zaidi for Pyaar Ke Sadqay

Best Original Soundtrack (Viewers Choice)

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for singing and composing 'Ehd-e-Wafa Ke Naam'

Best Male Actor (Critics)

Bilal Abbas for Pyaar Ke Sadqay

Best Female Actor (Critics)

Yumna Zaidi for Pyaar Ke Sadqay

Best Play Writer (Critics)

Umera Ahmed for Alif

Best Play Director (Critics)

Farooq Rind for Pyaar Ke Sadqay

Best Emerging Talent

Adnan Samad Khan for Ehd-e-Wafa

Fashion (Critics Vote)
Model of the Year (Female)

Mushk Kaleem

Model of the Year (Male)

Sachal Afzal

Achievement in Fashion Design

Generation for Pret

Achievement in Fashion Design

Husain Rehar for Luxury Pret

Achievement in Fashion Design

Shehla Chatoor for Bridal Couture

Best Menswear Designer

Ismail Farid

Best Fashion Photographer

Najam Mehmood

Best Hair & Make Up Artist

Sunil Nawab

Best Emerging Talent

Sarah Zufiqar

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