#WINNERS OF 65th #Filmfare Awards 2020 #Guwahati #Awesome #Assam

#WINNERS OF 65th #Filmfare Awards 2020 #Guwahati #Awesome #Assam


A. Best Film: Winner ”’…..Gully Boy…..” Best Director: Winner Zoya Akhtar- Gully Boy
B. Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male): Winner Ranveer Singh – Gully Boy
C. Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female): Winner Alia Bhatt – Gully Boy
D. Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Male): Winner Siddhant Chaturvedi – Gully Boy
E. Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Female): Winner Amruta Subhash – Gully Boy
F. Best Music Album: Winner Ankur Tewari and Zoya Akhtar – Gully Boy
G.Best Music Album: Winner Mithoon, Amaal Mallik, Vishal Mishra, Sachet–Parampara and Akhil Sachdeva – Kabir Singh
H. Best Lyrics: Winner Divine And Ankur Tewari, Apna Time Aayega- Gully Boy
I. Best Playback Singer (Male): Winner Arijit Singh, Kalank Nahi- Kalank
J. Best Playback Singer (Female): Winner Shilpa Rao, Ghungroo- War
K. Best Debut Director: Winner Aditya Dhar Uri: The Surgical Strike
L. Best Debut Male: Winner Abhimanyu Dassani – Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota
M. Best Debut Female: Winner Ananya Panday- Student Of The Year 2
N. Best Action: Winner Paul Jennings, Oh Sea Young, Parvez Shaikh and Franz Spilhaus – War
O. Best Background Score: Winner Karsh Kale And The Salvage Audio Collective – Gully Boy
P. Best Choreography: Winner Remo D’Souza – Ghar More Pardesiya – Kalank
Q. Best Cinematography: Winner Jay Oza – Gully Boy
R. Best Costume: Winner Divvya Gambhir, Niddhi Gambhir – Sonchiriya
S. Best Editing: Winner Shivkumar V Panicker Uri: The Surgical Strike
T. Best Production Design: Winner Suzanne Caplan Merwanji- Gully Boy
U. Best Sound Design: Winner Bishwadeep Dipak Chatterjee and Nihar Ranjan Samal Uri: The Surgical Strike
V. Best VFX: Winner Sherry Bharda And Vishal Anand For YFX – War
W. Best Dialogue: Winner Vijay Maurya – Gully Boy
X.Best Screenplay: Winner Reema Kagti And Zoya Akhtar- Gully Boy
Z. Best Original Story: Winner Anubhav Sinha, Gaurav Solanki – Article 15

1. PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM: Winner Rohit Bapu Kamble – Deshi
2. BEST SHORT FILM IN FICTION: Winner Shazia Iqbal – Bebaak
3. BEST SHORT FILM IN NON FICTION: Winner Ananth Narayan Mahadevan Village Of A Lesser God
4. BEST ACTOR FEMALE SHORT FILM: Winner Sarah Hashmi – Bebaak
5. BEST ACTOR MALE SHORT FILM: Winner Rajesh Sharma – Tindey

Filmfare is an English-language, tabloid-sized magazine about Hindi-language cinema, popularly known as Bollywood. Established in 1952, the magazine is published by Worldwide Media, a subsidiary of The Times Group, India’s largest media services conglomerate. Filmfare is one of the most popular entertainment magazine in India.

Since 1954, it gives popular film awards the annual Filmfare Awards, Filmfare Awards South and Filmfare Awards East.

Launched in 1952 by The Times Group that published the newspaper The Times of India, Filmfare came only a year after Screen was launched by The Indian Express. Taking off from the image of The Times of India, Filmfare combined serious film journalism with glamour. It featured exposés of exploitation of junior artists, articles various aspects of filmmaking, and notable cinemas of the world, like Italian, Japanese and the German cinema. It also benefitted hugely from the extensive distribution network of the newspaper, and quickly gained popularity nationwide as an upmarket households.

In 1953, it further emboldened its place in the Indian film industry, when it established two motion picture awards. First the Filmfare Awards for movies in Hindi, and the Filmfare Awards South for movies in the Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu languages both started in the same year. The awards were based on Academy Awards, with a difference that the winners were decided by readers votes, thus known as “popular awards”.[6] The annual Filmfare Awards ceremony, held in Mumbai, is one of the oldest and most prominent film events in India.

Circulation dropped in the early 1990s, prompting the publishers to attach free consumer products (like soaps or shampoo sachets) to the magazine. Additionally, special monthly editions with a few pages dedicated to Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu cinema were begun.

Filmfare Awards East for films from West Bengal, Odisha and Assam was started in 2014.