Updated: January 15, 2015 12:28:34 pm
Shahid Kapoor won the Best Actor award for the first time for a brilliant performance in ‘Haider’ while Priyanka Chopra bagged Best Actor trophy for a punching performance in ‘Mary Kom’ at the 21st Screen Awards in Mumbai on Wednesday. Kangana Ranaut starrer ‘Queen’ was declared Best Film of the year.
In the popular choice category, Deepika Padukone won the Best Actor award (female) while Shah Rukh Khan bagged the Best Actor (male) trophy. Both won for their acting in ‘Happy New Year’, one of the biggest blockbusters in 2014.
Tabu won the Best Actor in Supporting Role award (female) for her superb performance in critically acclaimed ‘Haider’ at the 21st Annual LifeOK Screen Awards in Mumbai on Wednesday (January 14). Tabu shared the honour with Seema Pahwa who delivered a brilliant role in Rajat Kapoor’s ‘Ankhon Dekhi’.
Earlier, Tiger Shroff won the Best Promising Newcomer (Male) award for blockbuster ‘Heropanti’ while Patralekhaa bagged the promising newcomer (female) award for her stupendous performance in ‘Citylights’.
Here is the list of winners
Best Actor (Popular Choice Male): Shah Rukh Khan (Happy New Year)
Best Actor (Male): Shahid Kapor (Haider)
Best Actor (Popular Choice Female): Deepika Padukone (Happy New Year)
Best Actor ( Female ): Priyanka Chopra (Mary Kom)
Best Director: Vikas Bahl (Queen)
Best Film: Queen
Best Actor In a Negative Role (Female): Huma Qureshi (Dedh Ishqiya)
Best Actor In a Negative Role (Male): Tahir Raj Bhasin (Mardaani)
Best Actor In Comic Role ( Male / Female ): Sharib Hashmi, Filmistaan
Life Ok Hero Award ( Male): Shahid Kapoor
Life Ok Hero Award (Female): Alia Bhatt
Best Jodi: Shahid Kapoor and Tabu (Haider)
Entertainer of The Year: Sajid Nadiadwala
Ramnath Goenka Award: Manjunath
Lifetime Achievement Award: Hema Malini
Best Ensemble Cast: Ankhon Dekhi
Best Actor Supporting Role (Male): Inamul haq (Filmistaan)
Best Actor (Female) Supporting Role: Tabu (Haider) and Seema Pahwa (Ankhon Dekhi)
Best Child Actor: Parth Bhalerao (Bhoothnath)
Best Playback Singer Male: Arijit Singh, Muskurane Ki Wajah (Citylights)
Best Playback Singer Female: Jyoti and Sultana Nooran – Pattakha Guddi (Highway)
Best Music: Mithoon and Ankit Tiwari (Ek Villain)
Best Lyrics: Kausar Munir, Suno Na Sangemarmar (Youngistan)
Most Promising Debut Director: Nitin Kakkar (Filmistaan)
Best Promising Newcome (Male): Tiger Shroff (Heropanti)
Best Promising Newcome (Female): Patralekhaa (Citylights)
Best Animation: Char Sahibzade
Best Dialogue: Rajkumar Hirani, Abhijat Joshi (PK)
Best Screenplay: Sandeep A Varma (Manjunath)
Best Story: Rajat Kapoor (Ankhon Dekhi)
Best Editing: Sanjib Datta, (Mardaani)
Best Production Design: (Haider)
Best Cinematography: Bobby Singh (Queen)
Best Action: Heropanti
Best Film Marketing: 2 States
Best Choreography: Ahmed Khan, (Kick, Jumme Ki Raat)
Best Costume: Manoshi Nath and Rishi Sharma (PK)
Dilip Prabhavalkar shared the Best Actor award (male) with Nandu Madhav in Marathi category at the 21st Sacreen Awards on Wednesday. While Prabhavkar bagged the trophy for Vitti Dandu, Nandu bagged it for Tapal.
Usha Naik won the Best Actor award (female) for her brilliant performance in Ek Hazarachi Note.
Best Actor (Male): Dilip Prabhavkar (Vitti Dandu) Nandu Madhav (Tapal)
Best Actor (Female): Usha Naik, Ek Hazarachi Note
Best Marathi Film: Vitti Dandu, Produced by Leena Devre, Ajay Devgn and Kajol Devgn
Best Director: Laxman Utekar (Tapal)
Best child actor: Nishant Bhavasar (Vitti Dandu)
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