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    Filmfare Awards 2017: Here’s A List Of Who All Grabbed The Pretty Lady In Black

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    January 15, 2017

    After much hype and buzz over how Filmfare (2017) lacked a lot of deserving nominations in various categories, the event finally concluded in a star studded event in Mumbai.

    The 62nd Jio Filmfare Awards 2017, held in Mumbai on the 14th of January at NSCI Dome in Mumbai brought together the film fraternity. After a lot of buzz, Bollywood finally got together to raise a toast to the best of cinema in the country.

    Glam-Bam at the Filmfare Awards, 2017.

    Glam-Bam at the Filmfare Awards, 2017.

    Stars put their best look forward while they walked the red carpet by dazzling in their designer outfits! ‘Dangal’ dominated the award ceremony by walking away with most number of beautiful black Filmfare ladies, followed by ‘Neerja’, ‘Udta Punjab’ and ‘Kapoor & Sons (Since 1921)’.

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    Show stealers!

    Here’s a list of who all grabbed the beautiful black Filmfare lady in a dazzling, star studded event:

    Best Actor (Male): Aamir Khan for ‘Dangal’.

    Best Picture: Dangal.

    Best Director: Nitesh Tiwari for ‘Dangal’

    Best Actor (Female): Alia Bhatt for ‘Udta Punjab’

    Filmfare Critics Award for Best Film: ‘Neerja’

    Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Male): Shahid Kapoor for ‘Udta Punjab’ and Manoj Bajpayee for ‘Aligarh’

    Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Female): Sonam Kapoor for ‘Neerja’

    Best Actor (Male) in a Short Film: Manoj Bajpayee for ‘Taandav’

    Best Short Film People’s Choice: Khamakha

    Best Short Film (Fiction): ‘Chutney’

    Best Short Film (Non-fiction): ‘Matitali Kusti’

    Best Actor (Female) in a Short Film: Tisca Chopra for ‘Chutney’

    Best Debut Director: Ashwini Iyer Tiwari for ‘Nil Battey Sannata’

    Best Male Debut: Diljit Dosanjh for ‘Udta Punjab’

    Best Female Debut: Ritika Singh for ‘Saala Khadoos’

    Best Male Debut: Diljit Dosanjh for ‘Udta Punjab’

    Best Dialogue: Ritesh Shah for ‘Pink’

    Best Screenplay: Shakun Batra and Ayesha Devitre Dhillon for ‘Kapoor & Sons (Since 1921)’

    Best Story: Shakun Batra and Ayesha Devitre Dhillon for ‘Kapoor & Sons (Since 1921)’

    Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male): Rishi Kapoor for ‘Kapoor & Sons (Since 1921)’

    Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female): Shabana Azmi for ‘Neerja’

    Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award: Shatrughan Sinha

    Best Music Album: Pritam for ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’

    Best Lyricist: Amitabh Bhattacharya for ‘Channa Mereya’ from ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’

    Best Playback Singer (Male): Arijit Singh for ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ from ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’

    Best Playback Singer (Female): Neha Bhasin for ‘Jag Ghoomeya’ from ‘Sultan’

    Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent: Amit Mishra for ‘Bulleya’ from ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’

    Best Visual Effects: Red Chillies for ‘Fan’

    Best Editing: Monisha Baldawa for ‘Neerja’

    Best Costume: Payal Saluja for ‘Udta Punjab’

    Best Action: Shyam Kaushal for ‘Dangal’

    Best Background Score: Sameer Uddin for ‘Kapoor & Sons (Since 1921)’

    Well, Well..pretty predictable, ain’t it?

    What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!


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    Check out this article to know why you shouldn’t watch Filmfare when it is aired on T.V.: I Stopped Watching Filmfare And Other Sucky Indian Award Shows Long Back

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