The 65th Filmfare Award is a topic of not just gossip but even a debate lately. People around are considering the awards as biased and even calling the most award-winning movie a sold-out and paid winning.
The event, which was held in Assam for the first time, was attended by most of the Bollywood stars on Saturday evening.
By winning thirteen awards,Â Gully BoyÂ overtook Rani Mukherji and Amitabh Bachchan’sÂ Black, which had been honoured with eleven awards in 2006.
Keeping aside the talks and to give you a reason to start blabbering here are the winning categories of this yearâ€™s Filmfare Awards.
Best Film (Popular): Gully Boy
Best Film (Critics):Â Article 15-Anubhav Sinha,Â Sonchiriya-Abhishek Chaubey
Best Actor-Male (Popular): Ranveer Singh- Gully Boy
Best Actor-Female (Popular): Alia Bhatt- Gully Boy
Best Actor Male (Critics Choice): Ayushman Khurana- Article 15
Best Actor Female (Critics Choice): Bhumi Pednekar & Tapsee- Saand Ki Ankh
Â Best Director: Zoya Akhtar- Gully Boy
Best Debut Director: Aditya Dhar- URI: surgical strike
Best Orginal Story: Anubhav Sinha and Gaurav Solanki (Article 15)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (MALE): Siddhant Chaturvedi-Gully Boy
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (FEMALE): Amruta Subhash- Gully Boy
Best Debut(MALE): Abhimanyu Dassani- Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota
Best Debut (Female): Ananya Panday- student of the year 2, Pati Patni aur Woh
Best Music Album: Gully Boy- Zoya Akhtar, Ankur Trivedi
Kabir Singh-Mithoon, Amaal Malik, Vishal Mishra,
Sachet-Parampara and Akhil Sachdeva
Best Lyrics: Divine and Ankur Tewari-Gully Boy
Best Playback Singer(MALE): Arijit Singh-Kalank
Best Playback Singer (FEMALE): Shilpa Rao-WAR
Best Screenplay:Â Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar (Gully Boy)
Best Dialogue: Gully Boy-Vijay Maurya
Lifetime Achievement Award: Ramesh Sippy
Excellence In Cinema: Govinda
RD Burman Award for upcoming music talent: Sashwat Sachdev- Uri: surgical strike