31st Filmfare Awards

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The 31st Filmfare Awards were held in 1984, with the Indian New Wave at its peak. The biggest winner was a film belonging to the Parallel Cinema genre, Ardh Satya, a hard-hitting look at the corruption prevalent in the system and the politician-police-criminal nexus.

Shabana Azmi set a record that still is not equalled, becoming the only actor or actress to receive 4 nominations for the Best Actor or Actress Award, with 4 nominations for the Best Actress Award in 1984.

Main awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]

Ardh Satya

Best Director[edit]

Govind NihalaniArdh Satya

Best Actor[edit]

Naseeruddin ShahMasoom

Best Actress[edit]

Shabana AzmiArth

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Sadashiv AmrapurkarArdh Satya

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Rohini HattangadiArth

Best Comic Actor[edit]

Utpal DuttRang Birangi

Best Story[edit]

Ardh Satya – S.D. Panwalkar

Best Screenplay[edit]

Ardh SatyaVijay Tendulkar

Best Dialogue[edit]

ArthMahesh Bhatt

Best Music[edit]

MasoomR.D. Burman

Best Lyrics[edit]

MasoomGulzar for Tujhse Naraaz Nahin

Best Playback Singer, Male[edit]

Agar Tum Na HoteKishore Kumar for Agar Tum Na Hote

Best Playback Singer, Female[edit]

MasoomAarti Mukherjee for Do Naina Ek Kahani

Best Art Direction[edit]

Razia Sultan

Best cinematography[edit]


Best Sound[edit]


Best Editing[edit]


Critics' awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]


Best Documentary[edit]

Veer Savarkar

Most Wins[edit]



See also[edit]