56th Filmfare Awards (2011)

Overview:

Filmfare celebrated the entire years hard work of Bollywood industry by awarding and appreciating their piece of work on 29th January, 2011 at Yashraj Studios in Mumbai. The show hosted by Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan was a glitzy affair with some of the biggest names from Bollywood all under the same roof.

Sonu Nigam started off the night of the awards by performing ‘My Heart Will Go On’ from Titanic live on stage. For this incredible singer the day represents a special time – 20 years in the industry.

A highlight for the 56th Filmfare Awards was Shahrukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit’s sizzling performance on stage.

Best Film
Dabangg

Best Director
Karan Johar (My Name Is Khan)

Best Actor in a Leading Role
Shahrukh Khan (My Name Is Khan)

Best Actress in a Leading Role
Kajol (My Name Is Khan)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)
Ronit Roy (Udaan)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)
Kareena Kapoor (We Are Family)

Best Debut (Female)
Sonakshi Sinha (Dabangg)

Best Debut (Male)
Ranveer Singh (Band Baajaa Baaraat)

Best Debut Director
Maneesh Sharma (Band Baaja Baraat)

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)

Best Scene of the Year
Golmaal 3

Best Lyrics
Gulzar – Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (Ishqiya)

Best Music Composer
Sajid Wajid (Dabangg)

Best Song Composer
Lalit Pandit for ‘Munni Badnam Hui’ (Dabanng)

R.D. Burman Music Award
Sneha Khanwalkar (Love Sex aur Dhokha)

Best Male Playback Singer
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan – Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (Ishqiya)

Best Female Playback Singer
Shared by Mamta Sharma for ‘Munni Badnaam Hui’ (Dabangg) and Sunidhi Chauhan for ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ (Tees Maar Khan)

Lifetime Achievement
Manna Dey

40 Years Of Greatness Award
Amitabh Bachchan

56th Filmfare Technical Awards::

Best Costume Design
Varsha and Shilpa (Do Dooni Chaar)

Best Choreography
Farah Khan for ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ (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
Namrata Rao (Love Sex aur Dhoka)

Best Production Design
Mukund Gupta (Do Dooni Chaar)

Best Sound Design
Shared by Pritam Das (Love Sex Aur Dhoka) and Kunal Sharma (‘Udaan)

Amitabh Bachchan’s tremendous service to the Bollywood film industry was marked with the ’40 Years of Greatness Award’ recognising the decades of work the great actor has contributed to Indian celluloid.

Prabodh Chandra Dey, popularly known as Manna Dey, was given the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ for his contribution to many songs and the music for a variety of films. This was his second Filmfare award, as he won his first back in 1970 for “Ae Bhai Zara Dekh Ke Chalo,” a song from “Mera Naam Joker.”

Dabangg won top film and six awards in total on the night. Sonakshi Sinha picked up the award for ‘Best Debut Actor (Female)’ giving her instant recognition in her first real role in a Bollywood movie. Abhinav Kashyap the director of Dabangg when asked about a sequel said: “Most definitely, I will be directing the Dabangg sequel.”

However, the night for acting and directing talent went to My Name is Khan with SRK, Kajol and Karan Johar all winning their respective and key awards of the ceremony.

SRK in his emotional speech when collecting his awards said: “I want to take this award for my daughter. I wanted to make her wear a red gown and walk in with me on the red carpet. But she’s unwell.”

So, another year Filmfare Awards is over and many of the popular names of Bollywood have gone home accompanied by special ‘black lady’ on the night.

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4 Comments

  • i dont y sharukh got the best actor awards ,hrithik n salmaan was better then him, n this flimfare award was not good it was boring only ash dance n imran and ranbir anchoring was good rest of them 2/5

  • Yam Dude 3 years ago

    Filmfares’ jury and other awards are just good 4 nothing giving evry year best actor award to only 1 person.. N the film was clearly very dull with NRI childly dialogues.. We also dn’t 4get dat SRK also won best actor 4 “Chak de India” which was a real nonsense instead of the boy in “tare zameen paar” shld have won it. I agree with Amir Khan, Ajay Devgun and Salman Khan nt to assist such unFARE awards with biased jury.
    Best Entertaining Film: Dabangg
    Best Film with special effect: Robot
    Best Film: Anjana Anjani
    Best Actor: Hrithik Roshan (Guzarish)
    Best Actress: Vidya Balan (Ishkiya)
    Best Director: Anurag Kashyap
    Best Music: Sajid Wajid

  • Abdul Waheed 3 years ago

    Dear 4nds Srk is one n only actor who become a superstar with his unbelieve acting and hardworking so he is the best actor and king of the bollywood.

  • vihar 3 years ago

    Filmfares’ jury and other awards are just good 4 nothing giving evry year best actor award to only 1 person.. N the film was clearly very dull with NRI childly dialogues.. We also dn’t 4get dat SRK also won best actor 4 My Name Khan
    SALMAN KHAN IS DESERVE THE AWARDS BCOZ salman’s DABANGG is best For his Act is also best so best Actor male is should be SALMAN KHAN