64th Filmfare Awards 2019 Complete Winners List: Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor shines
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64th Filmfare Awards 2019 Complete Winners List: Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor shines

Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor have more than one reason to celebrate tonight. Ranbir Kapoor has bagged the prize for Best Actor (Popular) for his performance in the film, Sanju. The movie has been directed by Rajkumar Hirani and is a biopic on controversial Bollywood actor, Sanjay Dutt.

Alia Bhatt won the award for Best Actress for Raazi. Alia carried Raazi on her shoulders. It doesn’t happen in India that a female-driven movie manages to become as popular as Raazi. Alia played the role of an Indian spy married to a Pakistani army officer in the patriotic-espionage thriller. This Raazi’s 6th win tonight.

Ranveer Singh had to access very dark corners of his mind to play the role of Alauddin Khilji in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali movie, Padmaavat. The actor, reportedly, had to seek professional help to get out of the character completely. Certainly, he deserved a win for a role that he has put his heart and soul into. Ranveer Singh bagged the award for Best Actor (Critics) at 64th Filmfare Awards.

Ranveer Singh shared the spot with another stellar performer. Ayushmann Khurrana also won the award for Best Actor (Critics) for his performance of a blind pianist in the movie, Andhadhun.

Here is the complete list of those who won big at the 64th Vimal Elaichi Filmfare Awards 2019:

Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male): Ranbir Kapoor for ‘Sanju’

Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female): Alia Bhatt for ‘Raazi’

Critics Best Actor in Leading Role (Male): Ranveer Singh for ‘Padmaavat’ tied with Ayushmann Khurrana for ‘Andhadhun’

Critics Best Actor in Leading Role (Female): Neena Gupta for ‘Badhaai Ho’

Best Director: Meghna Gulzar for ‘Raazi’

Best Film (Popular): ‘Raazi’

Critics Best Film: ‘Andhadhun’

Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Male): Gajraj Rao for ‘Badhaai Ho’ tied with Vicky Kaushal for ‘Sanju’

Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Female): Surekha Sikhri for ‘Badhaai Ho’

Best Screenplay: Sriram Raghavan, Arijit Biswas, Pooja Ladha Surti, Yogesh Chandekar, Hemanth Rao for ‘Andhadhun’

Best Dialogue: Akshat Ghildial for ‘Badhaai Ho’

Best Original Story: Anubhav Sinha for ‘Mulk’

Best Debut Actor (Male): Ishaan Khatter

Best Debut Actor (Female): Sara Ali Khan

Best Debut Director: Amar Kaushik for ‘Stree’

Best Short Film (Popular Choice): ‘Plus Minus’

Best Actor (Male) for Short Film: Hussain Dalal for ‘Shameless’

Best Actor (Female) for Short Film: Kirti Kulhari for ‘Maya’

Best Short Film (Fiction): ‘Rogan Josh’

Best Short Film (Non-Fiction): ‘The Soccer City’

Gulshan Kumar Award for Best Music Album: Sanjay Leela Bhansali for ‘Padmaavat’

Best Lyrics: Gulzar for ‘Ae Watan’ from ‘Raazi’

Best Playback Singer (Male): Arijit Singh for ‘Ae Watan’ from ‘Raazi’

Best Playback Singer (Female): Shreya Ghoshal for ‘Ghoomar’ from ‘Padmaavat’

RD Burman Award for New Music Talent: Niladri Kumar

Best Cinematography: Pankaj Kumar for ‘Tumbbad’

Best VFX: Red Chillies VFX for ‘Zero’

Best Background Score: Daniel B. George for ‘Andhadhun’

Best Action: Vikram Dahiya and Sunil Rodriguez for ‘Mukkabaaz’

Best Choreography: Kruti Mahesh Midya and Jyothi D Tommaar for ‘Ghoomar’ from ‘Padmaavat’

Best Editing: Pooja Ladha Surti for ‘Andhadhun’

Best Production Design: Nitin Zihani Choudhary, Rakesh Yadav for ‘Tumbbad’

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