The International Indian Film Academy Awards concluded in Bangkok last night and had a bevy of celebs such as Anil Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, Varun Dhawan, Karan Johar, Shraddha Kapoor and Kartik Aaryan among others in attendance.

The stars ensured that they made the event a memorable one with their dhamakedaar performances. However, the highlight of the awards gala was Rekha’s performance. She returned to the stage after 20 years and proved that she could give stars a run for their money even today.

Rekha got a standing ovation for the act and soon after, Ranbir, Bobby Deol, Arjun, Varun , Kartik, Karan & Ritesh Deshmukh also took to the stage to match steps with the legend. Trust us, you don’t want to miss even a moment of the video below.

Shraddha Kapoor and Kriti Sanon to joined the gang and emulated Rekha’s moves.

Meanwhile, the awards gala was hosted by Karan Johar and Ritiesh Deshmukh who kept the audience entertained with their banter on-stage.

IIFA Rocks was held on June 22 and that too was replete with drama wherein Dia Mirza grooved to Tip Tip Barsa Paani song from Mohra (1994) with hosts Kartik Aaryan and Ayushmann.

Arjun Kapoor too danced on Hum Kaale Hai Toh Kya Hua from Gumnaam (1965).

A behind the stage video where Varun, Shraddha and Arjun are seen dancing on Sonam Kapoor’s Tareefan with Arjun imitates Kareena’s pout while dancing also took social media by storm.

While stars like Kartik, Kriti, Arjun and Shraddha will be performing tonight, unfortunately Shahid Kapoor pulled out of the show, last moment. You may recall, we reported that Shahid suffered a back spasm while rehearsing for a tricky step for his performance at IIFA. The doctors advised him rest and no physical activity because of which the actor bowed out of the show.

Back to Rekha’s performance, it was truly an unforgettable moment!

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