||'Bajirao Mastani' bags top honours at the Filmfare Awards
15/01/16 New Delhi: Bollywood's most prestigious awards event, the 61st Filmfare Awards 2015 was recently commenced at the showbiz capital Mumbai and it was a total star-studded affair. Many popular names like Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan, Sunny Leone, Amitabh Bachchan, Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor and other glitterati gathered under one roof for the coveted event.
While the event witnessed the presence of newcomers like Sooraj Pancholi, Bhumi Pednekar and Kriti Sanon, it also praised the work of veteran actors like Amitabh Bachchan and Moushumi Chatterjee.
Who won which awards? Well, here is the complete list-
Sanjay Leela Bhansali - 'Bajirao Mastani'
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male)
Ranveer Singh - 'Bajirao Mastani'
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female)
Deepika Padukone - 'Piku'
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)
Anil Kapoor - 'Dil Dhadakne Do'
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)
Priyanka Chopra - 'Bajirao Mastani'
Ankit Tiwari, Meet Bros. Anjjan and Amaal Mallik - 'Roy'
Irshad Kamil - Agar tum saath ho ('Tamasha')
Best Playback Singer (Male)
Arijit Singh - 'Sooraj dooba' ('Roy')
Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shreya Ghoshal - 'Deewani Mastani' ('Bajirao Mastani')
Best Actor (Male)
Amitabh Bachchan ('Piku')
Best Actor (Female)
Kangana Ranaut ('Tanu Weds Manu Returns')
Lifetime Achievement Award
RD Burman Award
Best Debut (Male)
Sooraj Pancholi - 'Hero'
Best Debut (Female)
Bhumi Pednekar - 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha'
Best Debut Director
Neeraj Ghaywan - 'Masaan'
Sham Kaushal - 'Bajirao Mastani'
Best Background Score
Anupam Roy - 'Piku'
Pt Birju Maharaj - 'Mohe rang do laal' ('Bajirao Mastani')
Manu Anand - 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha'
Anju Modi and Maxima Basu - 'Bajirao Mastani'
Himanshu Sharma - 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns'
A Sreekar Prasad - 'Talvar'
Best Production Design
Sujeet Sawant, Sriram Iyengar and Saloni Dhatrak - 'Bajirao Mastani'
Juhi Chaturvedi - 'Piku'
Best Sound Design
Shajith Koyeri - 'Talvar'
Vijayendra Prasad - 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'
Prana Studio - 'Bombay Velvet'
This is basically 19th-century violence set in desolate location engulfed by a strongly windy, snowy, blizzard shot in 20th-century style with the best of hi-tech showy effects.