Alia Bhatt won Best Actress for her performance in Gully Boy, which also fetched Ranveer Singh (who played a rapper in the film) and Zoya Akhtar the Best Actor and the Best Director awards
The 65th edition of the Filmfare Awards ended on a high note for team Gully Boy. The film swiped the top eleven awards at this year's Filmfare.
Alia Bhatt won Best Actress for her performance in Gully Boy, which also fetched Ranveer Singh (who played a rapper in the film) and Zoya Akhtar the Best Actor and the Best Director awards. Not to miss, Gully Boy also won the Best Film trophy, reports Hindustan Times.
Siddhant Chaturvedi and Amruta Subhash were awarded in the Best Supporting Actor and Actress categories for delivering critically-acclaimed performances in the Zoya Akhtar-directed film. Anubhav Sinha's Article 15 won the Critics' Award for Best Film and also fetched Ayushmann's the Critics' Award for Best Actor (Male).
Ananya Panday was given the Best Debut (Female) trophy for her film Student Of The Year 2. Divine and Ankur Tewari won the Best Lyrics award for their track Apna Time Aayega from Gully Boy, which also won the trophy for the Best Music Album (no surprises).
Gully Boy scored the highest number of awards at the 65th Filmfare Awards.
Here are this year's Filmfare winners:
Best Film - Gully Boy
Critics' Award for Best Film: Article 15 and Sonchiriya
Best Director - Zoya Akhtar, Gully Boy
Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female) - Alia Bhatt, Gully Boy
Critics' Award for Best Actor (Female) - Bhumi Pednekar and Taapsee Pannu, Saand Ki Aankh
Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male) - Ranveer Singh, Gully Boy
Critics' Award for Best Actor (Male) - Ayushmann Khurrana, Article 15
Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Female) - Amruta Subhash, Gully Boy
Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Male) - Siddhant Chaturvedi, Gully Boy
Best Music Album - Gully Boy and Kabir Singh
Best Lyrics - Divine and Ankur Tewari for Apna Time Aayega (Gully Boy)
Best Playback Singer (Male) - Arijit Singh for Kalank Nahi (Kalank)
Best Playback Singer (Female) - Shilpa Rao for Ghungroo (War)
Best Dialogue - Vijay Maurya, Gully Boy
Best Screenplay - Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar for Gully Boy
Best Original Story - Anubhav Sinha and Gaurav Solanki for Article 15
Best Debut Director - Aditya Dhar, Uri: The Surgical Strike
Best Debut (Male) - Abhimanyu Dassani, Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota
Best Debut (Female) - Ananya Panday, Student Of The Year 2
Best Action - War
Best Background Score - Gully Boy
Best Choreography - Remo D'Souza for Kalank track Ghar More Pardesiya
Best Cinematography - Gully Boy
Best Costume - Sonchiriya
Best Editing - Uri: The Surgical Strike
Best Production Design - Gully Boy
Best Sound Design - Uri: The Surgical Strike
Best VFX - War
People's Choice Award for Best Short Film - Deshi
Best Short Film in Fiction - Bebaak
Best Short Film in Non-Fiction - Village Of A Lesser God
Best Actor Female Short Film - Sarah Hashmi, Bebaak
Best Actor Male Short Film - Rajesh Sharma, Tindey
The venue for the 65th Filmfare Awards was the Sarusajai Stadium in Guwahati, Assam and the award show was hosted by Karan Johar and Vicky Kaushal.