Bollywood Winners of the 69th Hyundai Filmfare Awards 2024 with Gujarat Tourism

The 69th Hyundai Filmfare Awards 2024 held in collaboration with Gujarat Tourism celebrated the best of Bollywood. Explore the winners and the fusion of entertainment and tourism at this prestigious event.

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Filmfare Awards 2024

Filmfare Awards 2024 Winners

The 69th Hyundai Filmfare Awards 2024 with Gujarat Tourism, a two-day extravaganza celebrating the finest performances, filmmaking, storytelling, and technical excellence in the Hindi film industry, took place in GIFT City, Gujarat. Hosted by the dynamic trio of Karan Johar, Ayushmann Khurrana, and Maneish Paul, the star-studded night was filled with dazzling red-carpet appearances, breathtaking performances, and inspiring winning moments. The prestigious Black Lady, the epitome of credibility and success in Indian cinema, was awarded to the industry's most talented individuals.

Honoring the Best in Indian Cinema

The Filmfare Awards have always been a platform that recognizes and celebrates the immense talent and creativity within the Hindi film industry. This year was no exception as the 69th Hyundai Filmfare Awards showcased remarkable films, outstanding performances, and exceptional contributions in various categories. Let's take a closer look at the deserving winners who took home the coveted awards.

Best Film: 12th Fail

The Best Film award went to '12th Fail,' a gripping drama that captivated audiences with its compelling narrative and stellar performances. The film, directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, explores the struggles and aspirations of a young student who faces numerous challenges in his quest for success.

Best Director: Vidhu Vinod Chopra (12th Fail)

Vidhu Vinod Chopra's exceptional directorial skills in '12th Fail' earned him the Best Director award. With his unique storytelling approach and ability to bring out the best in his actors, Chopra crafted a film that resonated with audiences and critics alike.

Best Film Critics' Choice: Joram (Devashish Makhija)

Devashish Makhija's thought-provoking film 'Joram' received the Best Film Critics' Choice award. The movie delves into the complexities of human nature and societal issues, provoking introspection and stimulating conversations.

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male): Ranbir Kapoor (Animal)

Ranbir Kapoor's powerful portrayal of a complex character in 'Animal' earned him the Best Actor award. Kapoor's ability to immerse himself in his roles and deliver captivating performances has made him one of the most sought-after actors in the industry.

Best Actor Critics' Choice: Vikrant Massey (12th Fail)

Vikrant Massey's nuanced performance in '12th Fail' garnered critical acclaim and won him the Best Actor Critics' Choice award. Massey's ability to bring depth and authenticity to his characters has made him a versatile performer in the industry.

Best Actress in a Leading Role (Female): Alia Bhatt (Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani)

Alia Bhatt's compelling portrayal of a strong-willed character in 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani' earned her the Best Actress award. Bhatt's ability to effortlessly connect with her characters and deliver impactful performances has made her one of the leading actresses in Bollywood.

Best Actress Critics' Choice

Rani Mukerji's powerful performance in 'Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway' and Shefali Shah's impactful portrayal in 'Three of Us' both received recognition at the Filmfare Awards. Both actresses showcased their immense talent and versatility, leaving a lasting impression on audiences and critics alike.

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)

Vicky Kaushal's remarkable performance in 'Dunki' earned him the Best Actor in a Supporting Role award. Kaushal's ability to bring depth and authenticity to his characters, even in supporting roles, has made him a favorite among audiences.

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)

Shabana Azmi's impactful portrayal in 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani' earned her the Best Actor in a Supporting Role award. Azmi's ability to effortlessly embody her characters and deliver powerful performances has made her a respected figure in the industry.

Best Lyrics

Amitabh Bhattacharya's soul-stirring lyrics in the song 'Tere Vaaste - Zara Hatke Zara Bachke' earned him the Best Lyrics award. Bhattacharya's ability to craft poetic and meaningful verses has made him one of the most sought-after lyricists in the industry.

Best Music Album

The music album of 'Animal,' composed by a talented ensemble of musicians including Pritam, Vishal Mishra, Manan Bhardwaj, Shreyas Puranik, Jaani, Bhupinder Babbal, Ashim Kemson, Harshwardhan Rameshwar, and Gurinder Seagal, won the Best Music Album award. The album's diverse and captivating compositions added depth and emotion to the film.

Best Playback Singer (Male)

Bhupinder Babbal's soulful rendition of the song 'Arjan Vailly - Animal' earned him the Best Playback Singer (Male) award. Babbal's mesmerizing vocals added an extra layer of emotion and intensity to the film.

Best Playback Singer (Female)

Shilpa Rao's melodious and soulful voice in the song 'Besharam Rang - Pathaan' won her the Best Playback Singer (Female) award. Rao's ability to convey emotions through her enchanting voice has made her a favorite among music lovers.

Best Story

Amit Rai's captivating storytelling in 'OMG 2' and Devashish Makhija's thought-provoking narrative in 'Joram' were both recognized with the Best Story award. Both films showcased the power of storytelling in engaging and captivating audiences.

Best Screenplay

Vidhu Vinod Chopra's meticulous screenplay in '12th Fail' earned him the Best Screenplay award. Chopra's ability to craft a compelling narrative with well-developed characters and engaging dialogues impressed both critics and audiences.

Best Dialogue

Ishita Moitra's impactful dialogues in 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani' won her the Best Dialogue award. Moitra's ability to create dialogues that resonate with the audience and bring out the essence of the characters was commendable.

Best Background Score

Harshvardhan Rameshwar's captivating background score in 'Animal' earned him the Best Background Score award. Rameshwar's ability to enhance the mood and elevate the storytelling through his music added depth to the film.

Best Cinematography

Avinash Arun Dhaware's stunning cinematography in 'Three of Us' won him the Best Cinematography award. Dhaware's ability to capture the essence of the story through visually striking frames added a new dimension to the film.

Best Production Design

Subrata Chakraborty and Amit Ray's meticulous production design in 'Sam Bahadur' earned them the Best Production Design award. Their attention to detail and ability to create immersive and authentic sets added realism to the film.

Best Costume Design

Sachin Lovelekar, Divvya Gambhir, and Nidhhi Gambhir's creative costume design in 'Sam Bahadur' won them the Best Costume Design award. Their ability to bring the characters to life through their wardrobe choices added depth and authenticity to the film.

Best Sound Design

Kunal Sharma's exceptional sound design in 'Sam Bahadur' and Sync Cinema's immersive sound design in 'Animal' were both recognized with the Best Sound Design award. Both teams showcased their expertise in creating a rich and immersive sound experience for the audience.

Best Editing

Jaskunwar Singh Kohli and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's seamless editing in '12th Fail' earned them the Best Editing award. Their ability to enhance the storytelling through precise editing and pacing impressed both critics and audiences.

Best Action

The action-packed sequences in 'Jawan' choreographed by Spiro Razatos, Anl Arasu, Craig Macrae, Yannick Ben, Kecha Khamphakdee, and Sunil Rodrigues won them the Best Action award. Their expertise in creating thrilling and visually stunning action sequences added excitement to the film.

Best VFX

Red Chillies VFX's exceptional visual effects in 'Jawan' earned them the Best VFX award. Their ability to seamlessly blend visual effects with live-action sequences added a touch of magic and realism to the film.

Best Choreography

Ganesh Acharya's captivating choreography in the song 'What Jhumka?- Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahani' won him the Best Choreography award. Acharya's ability to create energetic and visually stunning dance sequences added an extra flair to the film.

Best Debut Director

Tarun Dudeja's impressive directorial debut in 'Dhak Dhak' earned him the Best Debut Director award. Dudeja's ability to bring fresh perspectives and storytelling techniques to the screen was commendable.

Best Debut Male

Aditya Rawal's impactful debut in 'Faraaz' won him the Best Debut Male award. Rawal's ability to portray complex emotions with depth and authenticity showcased his promising talent as an actor.

Best Debut Female

Alizeh Agnihotri's remarkable debut in 'Farrey' earned her the Best Debut Female award. Agnihotri's ability to captivate audiences with her performance and leave a lasting impression showcased her potential as an actress.

Lifetime Achievement Award: David Dhawan

David Dhawan, the renowned filmmaker known for his contributions to Indian cinema, was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 69th Hyundai Filmfare Awards. Dhawan's ability to entertain audiences with his lighthearted and humorous films has made him a beloved figure in the industry.

In conclusion, the 69th Hyundai Filmfare Awards with Gujarat Tourism was a grand celebration of talent, creativity, and excellence in Indian cinema. The deserving winners in various categories showcased their exceptional skills and left a lasting impression on audiences. These awards not only honor the achievements of the winners but also serve as inspiration for future generations of filmmakers, actors, and artists in the Hindi film industry.