'My Name is Khan', 'Dabangg' shine at Filmfare Awards

Karan Johar was adjudged the best director for 'My Name is Khan', while Salman Khan-starrer 'Dabangg was chosen the best film at the award function held here last night.
Kareena Kapoor received the best supporting actress award for her work in 'We are Family', while her uncle Rishi Kapoor bagged the best actor critics award for his performance in 'Do Dooni Char'.

Ronit Roy received the best supporting actor trophy for 'Udaan'. Vidya Balan bagged the best actress critics award for 'Ishqiya'.

Sajid Wajid walked away with the best music composer honour for 'Dabangg'. Farah Khan was adjudged the best choreographer for 'Sheila Ki Jawani' (Tees Maar Khan). Best background score award went to Amit Trivedi for 'Udaan'.

Veteran Gulzar received the 'Best Lyricist' award for his song 'Ibn-e-Batuta' fro 'Ishiqya'.
Best debut awards went to Sonakshi Sinha (Dabangg), Ranveer Singh (Band Baja Baraat) and director Maneesh Sharma for 'Bang Baja Baraat'.

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan flew down from Bhopal to receive a special award for his 40 years in the film industry. Bachchan is shooting for 'Arakshan' with Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan in the MP capital.

While Madhuri Dixit, who performed live with Shah Rukh for the first time, received a special award for her 25 years in the film industry, veteran singer Manna Dey was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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