64th Filmfare Awards

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64th Filmfare Awards
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64th Filmfare Awards
Date23 March 2019
SiteJio Garden, BKC, Mumbai
Hosted byShah Rukh Khan
Rajkummar Rao
Vicky Kaushal
Ayushmann Khurrana
Official websiteFilmfare Awards 2019
Highlights
Best FilmRaazi
Andhadhun
Most awardsRaazi and Andhadhun (5)
Most nominationsPadmaavat (18)
Television coverage
NetworkColors TV

The 64th Filmfare Awards ceremony, presented by The Times Group, honoured the best Indian Hindi-language films of 2018. The ceremony was held on 23 March 2019 in Mumbai.[1]

Raazi and Andhadhun won five awards each, with the former winning Best Film, Best Director (for Meghna Gulzar), and Best Actress (for Alia Bhatt). Badhaai Ho and Padmaavat won four awards each, Tumbbad won three, and Sanju won two awards, including Best Actor (for Ranbir Kapoor).[2]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Popular Awards[edit]

Meghna Gulzar — Best Director (Raazi)
Ranbir Kapoor — Best Actor (Sanju)
Alia Bhatt — Best Actress (Raazi)
Gajraj Rao — Best Supporting Actor (Badhaai Ho) & Vicky Kaushal — Best Supporting Actor (Sanju)
Surekha Sikri — Best Supporting Actress (Badhaai Ho)
Ishaan Khatter — Best Male Debut (Dhadak)
Sara Ali Khan — Best Female Debut (Kedarnath)
Sridevi — Lifetime Achievement Awardee (posthumous)

Public voting for nominations on the Filmfare website opened on the end of December 2018 and closed at the end of January 2019. Nominees were announced on 12 March 2019[1] and the winners were announced on 23rd March 2019.[3][4][5]

Best Film Best Director
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best Male Debut Best Female Debut
Best Music Director Best Lyricist
Best Playback Singer – Male Best Playback Singer – Female

Critics' Awards[edit]

Nominations for the critics award was announced on 12 March 2019.[1]

Best Film (Best Director)
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Short Film (non fiction) Best Short Film (fiction)
  • Sachin Balasaheb Suryavanshi – The Soccer City
  • Rogan Josh
Best Short film (people's choice)[6]
  • Plus Minus
    • Kahanibaaz
    • First Period
    • Gandh
    • Prawns
    • Udne Do
    • Rogan Josh
    • Malota
Best Actor – Male (Short Film) Best Actor – Female (Short Film)

Special Awards[edit]

Lifetime Achievement Award
50 Years of Outstanding Contribution to Cinema
RD Burman Award
Best Debut Director

Technical Awards[edit]

The winners were announced on 23 March 2019. [4]

Best Story Best Screenplay
Best Dialogue Best Editing
Best Choreography Best Cinematography
Best Production Design Best Sound Design
Best Costume Design Best Background Score
  • Sheetal Sharma – Manto
    • Ajay, Maxima Basu, Harpreet Rimple and Chandrakant Sonawane – Padmaavat
    • Karishma Sharma – Pataakha
    • Payal Saluja – Gold
    • Smriti Chauhan and Sachin Lovalekar – Tumbbad
Best Special Effects Best Action

Superlatives[edit]

Multiple nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Nominations for the 64th Vimal Filmfare Awards 2019". filmfare.com. 12 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Winners of the 64th Vimal Filmfare Awards 2019". Filmfare. 23 March 2019. Retrieved 23 March 2019.
  3. ^ "64th Vimal Filmfare Awards 2019: Official list of nominations". Times of India. 12 March 2019.
  4. ^ a b "64th Vimal Filmfare Awards 2019: LIVE UPDATES OF WINNERS". Times of India. 23 March 2019.
  5. ^ "Filmfare Awards 2019: List Of Winners". NDTV. 23 March 2019.
  6. ^ https://www.filmfare.com/features/nominations-for-the-filmfare-short-film-awards-2019_-32881-1.html
  7. ^ "Badhaai Ho director Amit Sharma supports film's writers for withdrawing names from Filmfare Awards". India Today. Retrieved 22 March 2019.

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