56th Filmfare Awards 2011 Full Winners List

The 56th Idea Filmfare Awards are underway and Dabanng has won the Best Film award. Arbaaz Khan and wife Malaika collected the trophy.

The Best Director award went to Karan Johar for My Name Is Khan. This is Karan's second trophy after 12 long years.
Idea 56th Filmfare Awards 2011
Vidya Balan won the Critics Award for Best Actress for Ishqiya. Critics Award for Best Actor has gone to Rishi Kapoor for Do Dooni Chaar.

Kareena Kapoor bagged the Best Supporting Actor (Female) award for We Are Family. The Best Supporting Actor (Male) went to Ronit Roy for Udaan.

Sonakshi Sinha won the award for Best Debut (Female) for Dabangg and Ranveer Singh was named the Best Debut (Male) for Band Baajaa Baaraat.

Sonu Niigam was the first performer of the gala night, while everyone is waiting for Madhuri Dixit's performance with Shah Rukh on stage.

The music and the technical awards have also been announced.

Gulzar yet again won the Best Lyricist award for Ibn-e-Batuta from the movie Ishqiya.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan won the Best Playback Singer (Male) for the song Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji from Ishqiya. The award for the Best Playback Singer (Female) was shared by Mamta Sharma for Munni Badnaam Hui from Dabangg and Sunidhi Chauhan for Sheila Ki Jawani.

Farah Khan won the Best Choreographer award for Sheila Ki Jawani from Tees Maar Khan.

Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane bagged the Best Story award for Udaan.

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56th Filmfare Awards 2011 Full Winners List:

56th Filmfare Awards - Popular Awards

Best Actor (Male):
Shah Rukh Khan - My Name Is Khan

Best Actor (Female):
Kajol - My Name Is Khan

Best Film:
Dabangg

Best Director:
Karan Johar - My Name is Khan

Best Sensational Debut (Female):
Sonakshi Sinha - Dabangg

Best Sensational Debut (Male):
Ranveer Singh - Band Bajaa Baaraat

Best Debut Director:
Manish Sharma - Band Baajaa Baaraat

Best Supporting Actor (Male):
Ronit Roy - Udaan

Best Supporting Actor (Female):
Kareena Kapoor - We Are Family

Best Scene of the Year Award:
Golmaal 3

56th Filmfare Awards - Critics Award

Critics Award for Best Actress:
Vidya Balan - Ishqiya

Critics Award for Best Actor:
Rishi Kapoor - Do Dooni Chaar

Critics Award for Best Film:
Vikramaditya Motwane and Sanjay Singh - Udaan

Lifetime Achievement Award:
Manna Dey
Special Award:
Madhuri Dixit (For completing 25 years in the Indian film industry)

Special Award:
Amitabh Bachchan (For completing 40 years in the Indian film industry)

56th Filmfare Awards - Music Awards

Best Song Composer :
Lalit Pandit - Munni Badnam Hui from Dabanng

Best Music Composer:
Sajid Wajid - Dabangg

Best Lyrics:
Gulzar - Ibn-e-Batuta from Ishqiya

Best Playback Singer (Male):
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan - Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji (Ishqiya)

Best Playback Singer (Female):
Mamta Sharma - Munni Badnaam Hui (Dabangg) / Sunidhi Chauhan - Sheila Ki Jawani

Most Promising Talent in Music:
Sneha Khanwalkar - Love Sex aur Dhokha

56th Filmfare Awards - Technical Awards

Best Choreography:
Farah Khan - Sheila Ki Jawani from Tees Maar Khan

Best Dialogue:
Habib Faisal - Do Dooni Chaar

Best Screenplay:
Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane - Udaan

Best Story:
Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane Udaan

Best Background Music:
Amit Trivedi - Udaan

Best Action Director:
Vijayan Master - Dabbang

Best Cinematography:
Mahendra Shetty - Udaan

Best Action Sequence:
Vijayan Master - Dabbang

Best Editing Award:
Namrata Rao - Love Sex aur Dhoka

Best Production Design Award:
Mukund Gupta - Do Dooni Chaar

Best Sound Design Award:
Pritam Das - Love Sex Aur Dhoka / Kunal Sharma Udaan

Best Costume Design Award:
Varsha and Shilpa - Do Dooni Chaar

Best Photos of 56th Filmfare Awards 2011

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1 comment:

swapnil said...

Perfect Choice for the Best Actor, Best Actress & the Best Director Shahrukh Khan, Kajol & Karan Johar for My Name is Khan but really bad choice for the Best Film for Dabangg because it can’t deserve this awards & also nothing impressive in it to win the Best Film Award.

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