2014 Filmfare award winners complete list [+Red Carpet Video]
It was the night of The 59th Filmfare Awards when Salman Khan walked the red carpet after a long gap of fifteen years.
Looking dashing and debonair in a simple blue suit this Khan made a lot of women go weak in their knees. If this was not enough, Salman set the stage on fire with his adrenaline-filled electrifying performance.
The 59th Filmfare Awards has the most celebrated personalities from the industry gracing the event. While some were recollecting their memories, the others were found hooting for their favorite nominee and few others were just looking forward for the night to rock.
Amit Sadh played safe and went in for black suit while Raanjhanaa star; Dhanush killed it looking simple and subtle. Taaha Shah look classy in a jacket by Ken Ferns while Javed Akhtar looked suave in a black sherwani.
On one hand, Tusshar Kapoor, Fardeen Khan and Vivek Oberoi were clearly not as experimental with their looks. But Ranveer Singh caught the maximum attention of both the invitees as well as the shutterbugs as he came dressed from head to toe in classic Louis Vuitton.
Aftab Shivadasani came in a full black suit with a dash of gold to break the monotony and out. Ayushmann Khurrana too was in black but we wonder what that green pocket square was doing on him.
Shahid Kapoor made lots of head turn with his grungy and beaded look. Though, draped in a formal black suite, this R…Rajkumar looked stylish. Remo D’Souza looked cool in his signature hat while Neil Nitin Mukesh looked dapper in his formal three piece suit.
The evening’s big winner Bhaag Milkha Bhaag star Farhan Akhtar was dressed to kill in a blue and black suit and a bow tie and Kabir Khan looked dapper in a white sleeveless jacket and denims.
But the evening belonged to Amitabh Bachchan and of course Salman Khan who made the red carpet blush and look even redder.
The red carpet was almost blazing with fire when the gorgeous Deepika and Vaani walked the red carpet. The shutterbugs went crazy as they two women posed to get clicked.
On one hand Deepika Padukone sported an almost see through gold Gaurav Gupta gown. In contrast, Vaani Kapoor chose a unconventional purple Nikhil Thampi gown with a thigh high slit and a back that was almost bare.
The ravishing Priyanka Chopra sizzled in a Alexander McQueen black and gold gown. Neha Dhupia teamed a black sleeveless blouse designed by Payal Singhal with a cream skirt by Anju Modi looking simple and elegant.
Rekha and Usha Uthap stuck to their trademark Kanjeevaram sari with gajra in their hair. While Rekha chose a golden Kanjeevaram, Usha was in a multi coloured one.
Tanisha Mukheriji walked in with her mother Tanuja on The 59th Filmfare Awards red carpet. While Tanuja chose a simple cream sari her daughter chose a risque black gown with side slits.
Divya Dutta came in wearing an outfit specially designed by Riyaz Ganji while Karisma Kapoor wore a stylish sari with a knee length embroidered jacket by Anamika Khanna. Her hairdo, eye make-up and matching clutch made her look classy.
The gorgeous Soha Ali Khan wore a strapless Ken Ferns, Konkona Sen looked stunning in a white embroidered floor-length anarkali designed by Rohit Bal and draped in a black Emilio Pucci gown, Ileana D’Cruz took our breath away. Atelier Mom earrings, red lips and side swept hair completed her look.
Aditi Rao Hydari was spotted wearing a Gaurav Gupta Couture gown. She also wore a silver headband and metallic silver sandals to complete the look. The beautiful Kajol chose a printed Nandita Mahtani gown. She opted for Swarovski earrings and a clutch thus looking chic.
Nimrat Kaur looked gorgeous in a hand painted chiffon with zardosi sari designed by Shehla Khan. Sabyasachi loyalists Kalki Koechlin and Divya Khosla Kumar walked the red carpet at The 59th Filmfare Awards in the designer’s creations.
Divya walked in with husband Bhushan Kumar and Kalki came in with her Shaitaan co-star Gulshan Devaiah flashing a bright smile and holding him as tight as she could.
Kainat Arora walked in a flashy gold sequenced gown and Anjana Sukhani looked dazzling in a pink Rajat Tangri gown.
Amrita Rao looked lovely in a Payal Singhal creation while Huma Qureshi, Tamannah and Preity Zinta wore gowns by Gauri And Nainika.
But the evening of The 59th Filmfare Awards belonged to Salma Agha, Sasha Agha, Alka Yagnilk, Shilpa Shukla, Sophie Choudry and last but not the least Prachi Desai as these women were desperately vying for the worst dressed crown.
Salma Agha just walked in wearing a black cotton something while her daughter looked ghastly in red lacy Dolce & Gabbana gown and Alka Yagnilk looked scary in a lime green sari.
Shilpa Shukla looked like a skinny scare crow in a sequinned silver gown, Sophie Choudry in a BCBGMAXAZRIA looked hideous and Prachi Desai who wore designer Swapnil Shinde creation was very uncomfortable in such a bold look.
Well you guys now see it for yourself and tell us.
The following is the list of winners at the Filmfare Awards 2014:
Best Actor: Farhan Akhtar - Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Best Actress: Deepika Padukone - Goliyon Ki Rasleela RamLeela
Best Director: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra - Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Best Film: Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Best Debut (Director): Ritesh Batra - The Lunchbox
Best Debut (Male): Dhanush - Raanjhanaa
Best Debut (Female): Vaani Kapoor - Shuddh Desi Romance
Best Film (Critics): Ritesh Batra - The Lunchbox
Best Actor (Critics): Rajkummar Rao - Shahid
Best Actress (Critics): Shilpa Shukla- BA Pass
Sony Trendsetter of the Year Award: Chennai Express
Best Screenplay: Chetan Bhagat, Abhishek Kapoor, Supratik Sen and Pubali Chaudhari (Kai Po Che)
Best Story: Subhash Kapoor - Jolly LLB
Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Nawazuddin Siddiqui - The Lunchbox
Best Actress in a Suporting Role: Supriya Pathak - Ram-Leela
Lifetime Achievement Award: Tanuja
Best Music Award: Jeet Ganguly, Mithoon and Ankit Tiwari - Aashiqui
Best Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi - Zinda (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag)
Best Playback Singer (Male) - Arijit Singh, Tum hi ho (Aashiqui 2)
Best Playback Singer (Female) - Monali Thakur, Sawaar Loon (Lootera)
RD Burman Award: Sidharth Mahadevan
Best Choreogrpahy: Samir and Arsh Tanna - Lahu Muh Lag Gaya (Ram-leela)
Best VFX: Tata Elxis (Dhoom:3)
Best Background Score: Hitesh Sonik - Kai Po Che
Best Action: Thomas Struthers and Guru Bachchan - D Day
Best Cinematography: Kamaljit Negi - Madras Cafe
Best Editing: Aarif Sheikh - D-Day
Best Production Design - Acropolis Design (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag)
Best Sound Design - Bishwadeep Chatterjee and Nihar Ranjan Samar (Madras Cafe)
Best Costume - Dolly Ahluwalia (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag)