42nd Filmfare Awards

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The 42nd Filmfare Awards were held in 1997, in Mumbai, India. Raja Hindustani was the biggest winner of the night. The film's stars Aamir Khan and Karishma Kapoor won their first award for performance in a leading role.

Main awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]

Raja Hindustani

Best Director[edit]

Shekhar KapoorBandit Queen

Best Actor[edit]

Aamir KhanRaja Hindustani

Best Actress[edit]

Karishma KapoorRaja Hindustani

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Amrish PuriGhatak: Lethal

Best Actress in a Supporting Role[edit]

RekhaKhiladiyon Ka Khiladi

Best Actor in a Comic Role[edit]

Satish KaushikSaajan Chale Sasural

Best Actor in a Negative Role[edit]

Arbaaz KhanDaraar

Best Debut, Male[edit]

Chandrachur SinghMaachis

Best Debut, Female[edit]

Seema BiswasBandit Queen

Best Story[edit]

MaachisGulzar

Best Screenplay[edit]

Ghatak: LethalRajkumar Santoshi

Best Dialogue[edit]

MaachisGulzar

Best Music[edit]

Raja HindustaniNadeem-Shravan

Best Lyrics[edit]

Papa Kehte HaiJaved Akhtar for Ghar Se Nikalte Hi

Best Playback Singer, Male[edit]

Raja HindustaniUdit Narayan for Pardesi Pardesi

Best Playback Singer, Female[edit]

Khamoshi: The MusicalKavita Krishnamurthy for Aaj Main Upar

Best Action[edit]

Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi

Best cinematography[edit]

Bandit Queen

Best Editing[edit]

Ghatak: Lethal

Best Choreography[edit]

RakshakChinni Prakash for Sheher Ki Ladki

Best Art Direction[edit]

Khamoshi: The Musical

Best Sound[edit]

Khamoshi: The Musical

Special awards[edit]

Lifetime achievement award[edit]

Dharmendra and Mumtaz

Special Award[edit]

Govinda , Nasir Hussain , Pran and Shobhna Samarth

R.D.Burman Award[edit]

Vishal BhardwajMaachis

Critics' awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]

Khamoshi: The Musical

Best Actress[edit]

Manisha KoiralaKhamoshi: The Musical

Best Documentary[edit]

Beyond the Himalayas

References[edit]

http://www.imdb.com/event/ev0000245/1997

See also[edit]