60th Filmfare Awards Winners List

60th Britannia Filmfare Awards Winners

Filmfare – an English language magazine which covers news, gossips, events etc. happens in Hindi film industry i.e. Bollywood. This magazine was started by “The Times Group” in 1952 under its subsidiary “Worldwide Media”. Soon after its launch the magazine become one of the most popular entertainment magazines in India.

Suraiya posing for Filmfare Magazine in 1952
Suraiya posing for Filmfare Magazine in 1952

In 1953, Filmfare were first introduced its awards, i.e. Filmfare Awards where the readers of the magazine were polled to decide the winners and over 20,000 readers throughout the India participated in the polls. In 1954, Awards were distributed only for five categories and they were Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Music Director.

On 31st January 2015, the 60th Filmfare Awards were held to honour the best films of 2014 from Bollywood. The ceremony was held at Yash Raj Studio in Mumbai and it was hosted by filmmaker Karan Johar, actress Alia Bhatt, and comedian Kapil Sharma.

The nominations were announced on January 19, 2015 and two movies “Queen” and “Haider” got maximum nominations. Following is Nomination count list

Nominations Count

Movie

12

Queen

9

Haider

8

PK

7

2 States

5

Ugly

3

Highway, Ek Villain

2

Dedh Ishqiya, Mary Kom, Khoobsurat, Youngistaan, Hasee Toh Phasee, Mardaani, Happy New Year

 

Winner List

Following is the list of 60th Filmfare Awards Winner in various category

Best Director

Best Film

Vikas-Bahl-QueenVikas Bahl for ‘Queen’
Queen
Queen

Best Actor (Female)

Best Actor (Male)

Kangana Ranaut for 'Queen'
Kangana Ranaut for ‘Queen’
Shahid Kapoor for 'Haider'
Shahid Kapoor for ‘Haider’

Best Supporting Actor (Female)

Best Supporting Actor (Male)

Tabu for 'Haider'
Tabu for ‘Haider’
Kay Kay Menon for 'Haider'
Kay Kay Menon for ‘Haider’

Best Actress (Critics)

Best Actor (Critics)

Alia Bhatt for 'Highway'
Alia Bhatt for ‘Highway’
Sanjay Mishra for 'Ankhon Dekhi'
Sanjay Mishra for ‘Ankhon Dekhi’

Best Film (Critics)

Best Debut (Male)

'Ankhon Dekhi'
‘Ankhon Dekhi’
Fawad Khan for 'Khoobsurat'
Fawad Khan for ‘Khoobsurat’

Best Debut (Female)

Best Debut (Director)

Kriti Sanon for 'Heropanti'
Kriti Sanon for ‘Heropanti’
Abhishek Varman for '2 States'
Abhishek Varman for ‘2 States’

Best Screenplay

Best Story

Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi for 'PK'
Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi for ‘PK’
Rajat Kapoor for 'Aankhon Dekhi'
Rajat Kapoor for ‘Aankhon Dekhi’

Best Music

Best Lyrics

Shankar Ehsaan Loy for '2 States'
Shankar Ehsaan Loy for ‘2 States’
Rashmi Singh for 'Muskurane Ki Wajah' for 'Citylights'
Rashmi Singh for ‘Muskurane Ki Wajah’ for ‘Citylights’

Best Playback (Male)

Best Playback Singer (female)

Ankit Tiwari - 'Galiyaan' for 'Ek Villian'
Ankit Tiwari – ‘Galiyaan’ for ‘Ek Villian’
Kanika Kapoor - 'Baby Doll' for 'Ragini MMS 2'
Kanika Kapoor – ‘Baby Doll’ for ‘Ragini MMS 2’

Best Choreography Award

Best Background Score Award

Ahmed Khan - 'Jumme Ki Raat' for 'Kick'
Ahmed Khan – ‘Jumme Ki Raat’ for ‘Kick
Amit Trivedi for 'Queen'
Amit Trivedi for ‘Queen’

Best Action Award

Best Cinematography Award

Sham Kaushal for 'Gunday'
Sham Kaushal for ‘Gunday’
Bobby Singh and Siddharth Diwan for 'Queen'
Bobby Singh and Siddharth Diwan for ‘Queen’

Best Editing

Best Production Design

Abhijit Kokate and Anurag Kashyap for 'Queen'.
Abhijit Kokate and Anurag Kashyap for ‘Queen’
Subrata Chakraborty and Amit Ray for 'Haider'
Subrata Chakraborty and Amit Ray for ‘Haider’

Best Sound Design Award

Best Costume Award

Anilkumar Konakandla and Prabal Pradhan for 'Mardaani'.
Anilkumar Konakandla and Prabal Pradhan for ‘Mardaani’.
Dolly Ahluwalia for 'Haider'
Dolly Ahluwalia for ‘Haider’

Lifetime Achievement Award

Kamini Kaushal
Kamini Kaushal

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