Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt (File Photo)
Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt (File Photo)

64th Filmfare Awards: Ranbir, Alia bag top honours

ANI | Updated: Mar 24, 2019 01:04 IST

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Mar 24 (ANI): Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt on Saturday bagged the top honours at the 64th Filmfare Awards for their roles in ‘Sanju’ and ‘Raazi’, respectively, while Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer ‘Andhadhun’ won as many as five accolades.
While Ranbir took home the Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male) – Popular award for portraying the life of cine icon Sanjay Dutt in his biopic ‘Sanju’, Alia won Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female) – Popular category for essaying the role of an undercover agent in ‘Raazi’.
In the Critics Awards, Ranveer Singh (‘Padmaavat’) and Ayushmann Khurrana (‘Andhadhun’) were announced as the winners in the Best Actor (Male) category, while Neena Gupta picked up the award for Best Actor (Female) for her role in ‘Badhaai Ho’.
Besides the Critics’ Award For Best Actor (Male) category, ‘Andhadhun’ also won the awards for Best Film (Critics), Best Screenplay, Best Background Score and Best Editing.
Here is a complete list of the winners -
Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male) – Popular
Ranbir Kapoor – ‘Sanju’
Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female) – Popular
Alia Bhatt – ‘Raazi’
Critics’ Award For Best Actor (Male)
Ranveer Singh – ‘Padmaavat’
Ayushmann Khurrana – ‘Andhadhun’
Critics’ Award For Best Actor (Female)
Neena Gupta – ‘Badhaai Ho’
Best Director
Meghna Gulzar – ‘Raazi’
Best Film (Popular)
‘Raazi’
Best Film (Critics)
Sriram Raghavan – ‘Andhadhun’
Best Actor In A Supporting Role Male
Gajraj Rao – ‘Badhaai Ho’
Vicky Kaushal – ‘Sanju’
Best Actor In A Supporting Role Female
Surekha Sikhri – ‘Badhaai Ho’
Best Original Story
Anubhav Sinha – ‘Mulk’
Best Dialogue
Akshat Ghildial – ‘Badhaai Ho’
Best Screenplay
Sriram Raghavan, Arijit Biswas, Pooja Ladha Surti, Yogesh Chandekar, Hemanth Rao – ‘Andhadhun’
Lifetime Achievement Award
Sridevi
Best Debut Male
Ishaan Khattar – ‘Beyond The Clouds’
Best Debut Female
Sara Ali Khan – ‘Kedarnath’
Best Debut Director
Amar Kaushik – ‘Stree’
Best Action
Vikram Dahiya And Sunil Rodriguez – ‘Mukkabaaz’
Best Music Album
‘Padmaavat’ – Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Best Lyrics
‘Ae Watan’ – Gulzar (‘Raazi’)
Best Playback Singer (Male)
Arijit Singh – ‘Aye Watan’ (‘Raazi’)
Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shreya Ghoshal – ‘Ghoomar’ (‘Padmaavat’)
RD Burman Award For Upcoming Talent In Film Music
Niladri Kumar – ‘Laila Majnu’
Best Cinematography
Pankaj Kumar – ‘Tumbbad’
Best VFX
Red Chillies Fx – ‘Zero
Best Background Score
Daniel George – ‘Andhadhun’
Best Choreography
Kruti Mahesh Midya, Jyoti Tomaar (‘Ghoomar’ – ‘Padmaavat’)
Best Editing
Pooja Ladha Surti – ‘Andhadhun’
Best Production Design
Nitin Zihani Chaudhary,Rajesh Yadav – ‘Tumbbad’
Best Sound Design
Kunal Sharma – ‘Tumbbad’
Best Costume
Sheetal Sharma – ‘Manto’
(ANI)

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