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50th Filmfare Awards

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Hosted by  Saif Ali Khan
Best Film  Veer-Zaara
Most awards  Veer-Zaaraand Yuva
Other ceremonies  2004, 2006
Official website  www.filmfare.com
Critics Award for Best Film  Dev and Yuva
Date  26 February 2005
Host  Saif Ali Khan
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Sites  MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex

The 50th Filmfare Awards, honoring Cinema of India, took place on 26 February 2005 in Mumbai. This was the awards' golden jubilee year and to commemorate the occasion, this year the award trophy (The Black Lady statue) was made in gold. Moreover, a special award: Best Film in 50 Years was also presented to Ramesh Sippy's Sholay.

Contents

Best Film

Veer-Zaara

  • Dhoom
  • Hum Tum
  • Main Hoon Na
  • Swades
  • Best Director

    Kunal Kohli – Hum Tum

  • Ashutosh Gowariker – Swades
  • Farah Khan – Main Hoon Na
  • Farhan Akhtar – Lakshya
  • Rajkumar Santoshi – Khakee
  • Yash Chopra – Veer-Zaara
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role

    Shah Rukh Khan - Swades as Mohan Bhargava

  • Amitabh Bachchan - Khakee as DCP Anand K Shrivashtav
  • Hrithik Roshan - Lakshya as Karan Shergill
  • Shah Rukh Khan -Main Hoon Na as Ram Shekhar Sharma
  • Shah Rukh Khan - Veer-Zaara as Veer Pratap Singh
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role

    Rani Mukherjee in Hum Tum as Rhea Prakash

  • Aishwarya Rai in Raincoat
  • Priety Zinta in Veer-Zaara as Zaara Hayaat Khan
  • Shilpa Shetty in Phir Milenge
  • Urmila Matondkar in Ek Hasina Thi as Sarika Vartak/ Swati
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role

    Abhishek Bachchan in Yuva as Lallan Singh

  • Akshay Kumar in Khakee as Senior Inspector Shekhar Verma
  • Akshay Kumar in Mujhse Shaadi Karogi as Sunny
  • Amitabh Bachchan in Veer-Zaara as Mr.Choudhary
  • Zayed Khan in Main Hoon Na as Lakshman "Lucky" Shekhar Sharma
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role

    Rani Mukherjee in Yuva as Shashi Lal Bishwas

  • Amrita Rao in Main Hoon Na as Sanjanna Bakshi
  • Divya Dutta in Veer-Zaara as Shabbo
  • Priyanka Chopra in Aitraaz as Sonia Roy
  • Rani Mukherjee in Veer-Zaara as Saamiya Siddiqui
  • Best Actor in a Comic Role

    Saif Ali Khan in Hum Tum as Karan

  • Akshay Kumar in Mujhse Shaadi Karogi as Sunny
  • Arshad Warsi in Hulchul
  • Boman Irani in Main Hoon Na as Principal
  • Paresh Rawal in Hulchul
  • Best Actor in a Negative Role

    Priyanka Chopra in Aitraaz as Sonia Roy

  • Abhishek Bachchan in Yuva as Lallan Singh
  • Ajay Devgan in Khakee as Yashwant Angre
  • John Abraham in Dhoom as Kabir
  • Sunil Shetty in Main Hoon Na as Raghavan Dutta
  • Best Story

    Veer-Zaara – Aditya Chopra

    Best Screenplay

    Yuva – Mani Ratnam

    Best Dialogue

    Veer-Zaara – Aditya Chopra

    Best Music

    Main Hoon Na – Anu Malik

  • Dhoom – Pritam
  • Murder – Anu Malik
  • Swades – A. R. Rahman
  • Veer-Zaara – Madan Mohan
  • Best Lyrics

    Veer-Zaara – Javed Akhtar for Tere Liye

  • Main Hoon Na – Javed Akhtar for Main Hoon Na
  • Swades – Javed Akhtar for Yeh Taara Woh Taara
  • Veer-Zaara – Javed Akhtar for Aisa Des Hai Mera
  • Veer-Zaara – Javed Akhtar for Main Yahaan
  • Best Playback Singer, Male

    Murder – Kunal Ganjawala for "Bheege Hont Tere"

  • Main Hoon Na – Sonu Nigam for "Main Hoon Na"
  • Main Hoon Na – Sonu Nigam for "Tumse Milke"
  • Swades – Udit Narayan and Master Vignesh for "Yeh Taara Woh Taara"
  • Veer-Zaara – Udit Narayan for "Main Yahaan"
  • Veer-Zaara – Sonu Nigam for "Do Pal"
  • Best Playback Singer, Female

    Hum Tum – Alka Yagnik for "Hum Tum"

  • Dhoom – Sunidhi Chauhan for "Dhoom Machale"
  • Kyun! Ho Gaya Na... – Sadhana Sargam for "Aao Na"
  • Mujhse Shaadi Karogi – Alka Yagnik for "Lal Dupatta"
  • Swades – Alka Yagnik for "Saawariya"
  • Best Action

    Yuva – Vikram Dharma

    Best Art Direction

    Yuva – Sabu Cyril

    Best Background Score

    Swades – A. R. Rahman

    Best Cinematography

    Lakshya – Christopher Popp

    Best Choreography

    Lakshya – Prabhu Deva

    Best Editing

    Dhoom – Rameshwar S. Bhagat

    Best Sound Design

    Dhoom – Dwarak Warrier

    Scene of the Year

    Hum Tum

    Best Debut, Female

    Ayesha Takia – Taarzan: The Wonder Car

    R.D.Burman Award

    Kunal Ganjawala

    Filmfare Power Award

    Shahrukh Khan

    Lifetime Achievement Award

    Rajesh Khanna

    Best Film of 50 Years

    Sholay

    Best Film

    Dev & Yuva

    Best Actor

    Pankaj Kapoor in Maqbool

    Best Actress

    Kareena Kapoor in Dev

    Major winners and nominees

  • Veer-Zaara – 5/15
  • Yuva – 5/6
  • Hum Tum – 4/6
  • Dhoom – 2/6
  • Swades – 2/8
  • Dev - 2/0
  • Main Hoon Na – 1/11
  • Lakshya – 2/4
  • Aitraaz – 1/2
  • Murder – 1/2
  • Taarzan: The Wonder Car – 1/1
  • Khakee – 0/4
  • Mujhse Shaadi Karogi – 0/3
  • References

    50th Filmfare Awards Wikipedia


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