Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue

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The Filmfare Best Dialogue Award is given by the Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films. Here is a list of the award winners since 1958 and the films for which they won.[1]

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Gulzar holds the record of maximum wins in this category.
Most Awards

Gulzar, with 4 wins, holds the record for most awards in this category, followed by Rahi Masoom Reza and Aditya Chopra, who have won three awards each. Writers who have won the award twice include Rajinder Singh Bedi, Wajahat Mirza, Kader Khan, Akhtar ul Iman and Javed Akhtar. Dr. Achla Nagar is by far the only woman to have won the award for Best Dialogue.

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Year Winner Film
2014 Subhash Kapoor Jolly LLB
2013 Anurag Kashyap Gangs of Wasseypur
2012 Farhan Akhtar Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
2011 Habib Faisal Do Dooni Chaar
2010 Rajkumar Hirani & Abhijat Joshi 3 Idiots
2009 Manu Rishi Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!
2008 Imtiaz Ali Jab We Met
2007 Rajkumar Hirani & Abhijat Joshi Lage Raho Munnabhai
2006 Prakash Jha Apaharan
2005 Aditya Chopra Veer-Zaara
2004 Abbas Tyrewala Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
2003
2002 Karan Johar Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
2001 O. P. Dutta Refugee
2000 Hriday Lani Sarfarosh
1999 Rajkumar Santoshi & K.K. Raina Chinagate
1998 Aditya Chopra Dil To Pagal Hai
1997 Gulzar Maachis
1996 Aditya Chopra, Javed Siddiqi Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
1995 K K Singh Krantiveer
1994 Prof Jay Dixit Sir
1993 Kader Khan Angaar
1992 Rahi Masoom Reza Lamhe
1991 Suraj Sanim Daddy
1990 Javed Akhtar Main Azaad Hoon
1989 Kamlesh Pandey Tezaab
1986 Rahi Masoom Reza Tawaif
1985 Sai Paranjpye Sparsh
1984 Mahesh Bhatt Arth
1983 Dr. Achla Nagar Nikaah
1982 Kader Khan Meri Awaaz Suno
1981 Shabd Kumar Insaaf Ka Tarazu
1980 Satyadev Dubey Junoon
1979 Rahi Masoom Reza Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki
1978 Vrajendra Gaur Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye
1977 Sagar Sarhadi Kabhi Kabhi
1976 Salim-Javed Deewar
1975 Kaifi Azmi Garam Hawa
1974 Gulzar Namak Haraam
1973 Ramesh Pant Amar Prem [1][2]
1972 Gulzar Anand
1971 Rajinder Singh Bedi Satyakam
1970 Pt Anand Kumar Anokhi Raat
1969 Ali Raza Saraswatichandra
1968 Manoj Kumar Upkar
1967 Vijay Anand Guide
1966 Akhtar ul Iman Waqt
1965 Govind Moonis Dosti
1964 Arjun Dev Rashk Dil Ek Mandir
1963 Akhtar ul Iman Dharmputra
1962 Wajahat Mirza Ganga Jamuna
1961 Aman, Kamal Amrohi, Wajahat Mirza, Ehsan Rizvi Mughal E Azam
1960 Ramanand Sagar Paigham
1959 Rajinder Singh Bedi Madhumati

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