Filmfare Awards 2024 Winners: 12th Fail, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt rule the roost | Clear Update

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Filmfare Awards 2024 Winners
Filmfare Awards 2024 Winners

Filmfare Awards 2024

The 69th Filmfare Awards, held last night in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, sparked lively discussions and celebrations across the nation. This year’s event, hosted by the dynamic duo Karan Johar and Manish Paul, witnessed stellar performances from Bollywood icons like Varun Dhawan, Janhvi Kapoor, and Kareena Kapoor Khan. Amidst the glitz and glamour, the coveted awards were distributed to the most deserving talents, creating a buzz that echoes far beyond the silver screen.

Winners Take the Spotlight

  • Best Film: 12th Fail
  • Best Director: Vidhu Vinod Chopra (12th Fail)
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male): Ranbir Kapoor (Animal)
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female): Alia Bhatt (Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani)
  • Best Actor (Critics’): Vikrant Massey (12th Fail)
  • Best Actress (Critics’): Rani Mukerji (Mrs Chatterjee vs. Norway)

Best Actor and Actress: Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Shine

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Shine
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Shine

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In the limelight of the winners’ circle stands Ranbir Kapoor, securing the Best Actor award for his outstanding performance in the movie ‘Animal.’ His portrayal left an indelible mark, earning him the accolade for his compelling acting prowess. Alia Bhatt, on the other hand, clinched the Best Actress award for her role in ‘Rocky and Rani Ki Prem Kahani,’ solidifying her stature as a powerhouse of talent in the industry.

Best Director: Vidhu Vinod Chopra for ’12th Fail’

Vidhu Vinod Chopra for '12th Fail'
Vidhu Vinod Chopra for ’12th Fail’

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The cult film ’12th Fail’ left an enduring impact at the Filmfare Awards 2024, with Vidhu Vinod Chopra bagging the Best Director award for his directorial brilliance. The film’s unique narrative and execution have rightfully earned Chopra this prestigious recognition.

Best Supporting Actor: Vicky Kaushal in ‘Danki’

Vicky Kaushal in 'Danki'
Vicky Kaushal in ‘Danki’

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In the realm of supporting roles, Vicky Kaushal’s stellar performance in the hit film ‘Danki’ secured him the Best Supporting Actor Male award, a testament to his versatile acting skills.

Best Supporting Actress: Shabana Azmi for a Remarkable Performance

Shabana Azmi for a Remarkable Performance
Shabana Azmi for a Remarkable Performance

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Shabana Azmi, known for her exceptional acting prowess, was honored with the Best Supporting Actress Female award, adding another feather to her illustrious cap.

Best Debut Director: Tarun Dudheja for ‘Dhak Dhak’

Tarun Dudheja for 'Dhak Dhak'
Tarun Dudheja for ‘Dhak Dhak’

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For the remarkable debut in the directorial realm, Tarun Dudheja received the Best Debut Director award for the film ‘Dhak Dhak.’

Best Debut Male and Female: Aditya Rawal and Alizeh Agnihotri

Aditya Rawal and Alizeh Agnihotri
Aditya Rawal and Alizeh Agnihotri

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‘Faraz’ introduced Aditya Rawal, who clinched the Best Debut Male award, while Alizeh Agnihotri’s stellar debut in ‘Faraz’ earned her the Best Debut Female award.

Lifetime Achievement: David Dhawan’s Cinematic Legacy

David Dhawan's Cinematic Legacy
David Dhawan’s Cinematic Legacy

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Director David Dhawan, a stalwart in Hindi cinema, received the Lifetime Achievement award for his substantial contributions to the world of entertainment. His films have not only entertained but also left an enduring impact on the audience.

Critics’ Choice Awards

Rani Mukerji was honored with the Best Actress Critics’ Choice award for her remarkable performance in ‘Mrs. Chatterjee versus Norway.’

Best Playback Singer Male and Female

Bhupinder Babal won the Best Playback Singer Male award for the soulful rendition of ‘Arjan Wale’ from the movie ‘Animal.’ Shilpa Rao secured the Best Playback Singer Female award for the mesmerizing track ‘Besharm Rang.’

Best Music Album

The enchanting musical compositions of ‘Animal’ by Pritam, Vishal Mishra, Mann Bharadwaj, Shreyas Puranik, Jaani, Bhupinder Babal, Ashim Kemson, and Harshvardhan Rame earned them the prestigious Best Music Album award.

The 69th Filmfare Awards were a celebration of talent, dedication, and cinematic excellence. From seasoned veterans to promising newcomers, the night acknowledged and honored the best in the industry. As we reflect on these triumphs, we anticipate the continued evolution of Bollywood, where creativity and brilliance converge to create timeless cinematic experiences.

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