Bajirao Mastani was the biggest winner of the night. The film won Best Film, while its team swept up the rest of the coveted awards. Best Director went to Sanjay Leela Bhansali), while Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male) was awarded to Ranveer Singh.
Bajirao Mastani heroine Deepika Padukone won Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female) for her performance in Piku.
The Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) went to Anil Kapoor for Dil Dhadakne Do
Priyanka Chopra’s win of the Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female) for Bajirao Mastani made it a sweet victory for the Bajirao Mastani team. Deepika accepted the award on Priyanka’s behalf; the actress sent a shout-out to her team on Twitter:
The Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) went to Anil Kapoor for Dil Dhadakne Do.
Arijit Singh beat Pakistani nominee Atif Aslam for his singing of ‘Sooraj Dooba’ from Roy
The biggest winner in the Music category was Roy, which won Best Music (awarded to Ankit Tiwari, Meet Bros. Anjjan and Amaal Mallik) and Best Playback Singer (Male) (awarded to ‘Sooraj Dooba’ singer Arijit Singh, who beat Pakistani singer Atif Aslam nominated for Badlapur’s ‘Jeena Jeena’).
Best Lyrics went to Tamasha’s ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’ and Best Playback Singer (Female) went to Shreya Ghoshal for ‘Deewani Mastani’ from Bajirao Mastani.
Big B looks every bit the winner, even without the trophy by his side – he went on to win the critics’ Best Actor (Male) award
The Critics’ Choice awards brought into the winner’s fold some of the talent sidelined by Bajirao Mastani’s sweeping victory.
Piku won Best Film, its lead actor Amitabh Bachchan won Best Actor (Male), while Kangana Ranaut bagged a well-deserved Best Actor (Female) for Tanu Weds Manu Returns.
Moushimi Chatterjee and Armaan Mallik took home some special Filmfare awards
For her decades of contribution to the industry, veteran actress Moushumi Chatterjee (last seen in Piku as Deepika Padukone’s happening aunt) was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Young singer Armaan Mallik was recognised for his musical potential with the RD Burman Award.
The debut awards were dominated by the newest newsmakers from Bollywood. Sooraj Pancholi won Best Debut (Male) for his performance in Hero, while Bhumi Pednekar won Best Debut (Female) for Dum Laga Ke Haisha.
The Best Debut Director award went to Masaan director Neeraj Ghaywan.
Bajirao Mastani also picked up the Filmfare for Best Action, Best Choreography (for the song ‘Mohe Rang Do Laal), Best Costume (awarded to Anju Modi and Maxima Basu) and Best Production Design.
Piku picked up further awards for Best Background Score and Best Screenplay (awarded to Anupam Roy and Juhi Chaturvedi respectively).
Tanu Weds Manu Returns also won Best Dialogue, while Bajrangi Bhaijaan was honoured with the Best Story award.
Other winners of the technical awards include Dum Laga Ke Haisha for Best Cinematography, Talvar for Best Editing and Best Sound Design, and Bombay Velvet for Best VFX.
Courtesy : Dawn News