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IIFA Awards 2011: Winners List

Karan Johar accepts his award for best director for his work in ''My Name is Khan'' during the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards show in Toronto June 25, 2011. Winners of 2011 IIFA Awards The complete list is as below: Best Film: Dabangg Best Actor (Female): Anushka Sharma, Band Baaja Baaraat Best Actor (Male): shah Rukh Khan, My Name Is Khan Best Director: Karan Johar, My Name Is Khan Best Actor In A Comic Role: Riteish Deshmukh, Housefull Best Performance In A Supporting Role (Male): Arjun Rampal, Raajneeti Best Performance In A Supporting Role (Female): Prachi Desai, Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Best Performance In A Negative Role: Sonu Sood, Dabangg Achievement In International Cinema: Irrfan Khan Best Debut (Female): Sonakshi Sinha, Dabangg

Best Debut (Male): Ranveer Singh, Band Baaja Baaraat Hottest Pair 2011: Anushka Sharma and Ranveer Singh Outstanding Achievement in Indian Cinema: Sharmila Tagore Best Screenplay Award: Abhinav Kashyap, Dilip Shukla, Dabangg Best Playback Singer (Female): Mamta Sharma, Munni Badnaam Hui (Dabangg) Best Playback Song: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Tere Mast Mast Do Nain (Dabangg) Best Music Direction: Sajid-Wajid, Lalit Pandit, Dabangg Best Lyrics: Niranjan Iyengar, Sajda and Noor-e-Khuda (My Name is Khan) Best Story Award: Shivani Bhatija, My Name is Khan Best Costume Designing: Niharika Khan, Band Baaja Baaraat Best Action: S Vijayan, Dabangg Best Makeup: Banu (For Rajinikanth), Robot Best Background Score: Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy, My Name Is Khan Best Song Recording: Vijay Dayal, Ainvayi Ainvayi (Band Baaja Baaraat) Best Choreography Award: Farah Khan, Munni Badnaam (Dabangg) Best Editing: Namrata Rao, Band Baaja Baaraat Best Sound Recording: Pritam Das, Love, Sex Aur Dhokha Best Sound Re-recording: Leslie Fernandes, Dabangg Best Cinematography: Sudeep Chatterjee, Guzaarish Best Art Direction: Sabu Cyril, Robot Best Special Effects: Indian Artists, Robot

National Sports Awards 2011


Winners are as follows: Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna : Mr. Gagan Narang - Shooting Dronacharya Awards : Mr. I. Venkateshwara Rao - Boxing Mr. Devender Kumar Rathore - Gymnastics Mr. Ramphal - Wrestling Dr. Kuntal Roy - Athletics * (Life time achievement) Mr. Rajinder Singh - Hockey * (Life time achievement) Dhyan Chand Awards : Mr. Shabbir Ali - Football Mr. Sushil Kohli - Swimming Mr. Rajkumar - Wrestling Arjuna Awards : Mr. Rahul Banerjee - Archery Ms. Preeja Sreedharan - Athletics Mr. Vikas Gowda - Athletics Ms. Jwala Gutta - Badminton Mr. M. Suranjoy Singh - Boxing Mr. Zaheer Khan - Cricket Mr. Sunil Chhetri - Football Mr. Ashish Kumar - Gymnastics Mr. Rajpal Singh - Hockey (Men) Mr. Rakesh Kumar - Kabaddi (Men) Ms. Tejeswini Bai V. - Kabaddi (Women) Ms. Tejaswini Ravindra Sawant - Shooting Mr. Veerdhawal Vikram Khade - Swimming Mr. Somdev Kishore Devvarman - Tennis Mr. Sanjay Kumar - Volleyball Mr. Ravinder Singh - Wrestling Mr. Naib S Katulu Ravikumar - Weightlifting Ms. Wangkhem Sandhyarani Devi - Wushu Mr. Prasantha Karamakar - Swimming - Paralympics

Dronacharya Awards in India


The Dronacharya Award, instituted in 1985, honours eminent Coaches who have successfully trained sportspersons or teams and enabled them to achieve outstanding results in international completions. The Awardee is given a statuette of Guru Dronacharya, a scroll of honour, ceremonial dress and a cash prize of Rs. 5.00 lakhs. Sports Awardees for "Dronacharya Award"

Archery
2007 : Mr. Sanjeeva Kumar Singh

Athletics
1985 : Shri O.M. Nambiar 1994 : Md. Ilyas Babar 1995 : Shri Karan Singh 1997 : Shri Joginder Singh Saini 1998 : Shri Bahadur Singh 1998 : Shri Hargobind Singh Sandhu 1999 : Shri Kenneth Owen Bosen 2002 : Ms. Renu Kohli 2002 : Shri Jaswant singh 2003 : Sh. Robert Bobby George 2006 : Shri R. D. Singh 2011 : Dr. Kuntal Roy

Badminton
2000 : Shri S. M. Arif 2009 : Shri Pullela Gopichand

Billiards and Snooker


1996 : Shri Wilson Jones 2001 : Shri Michael Joseph Ferrera 2004 : Arvind Savur

Boxing
1985 : Shri Om Prakash Bhardwaj 1998 : Shri G.S. Snadhu 1999 : Late. Capt. Hawa Singh 2003 : Sh. Anoop Kumar 2005 : Hony. Captain M. Venu 2006 : Shri Damodaran Chandralal

2007 : Mr. Jagdish Singh 2009 : Shri. Jaydev Singh Bisht 2011 : Mr. I. Venkateshwara Rao

Chess
1986 : Shri. Raghunandan Vasant Gokhale 2006 : Shri Koneru Ashok 2006 : Shri Pentala Harikrishna

Cricket
1986 : Shri Desh Prem Azad 1987 : Shri Gurcharan Singh 1990 : Shri Ramakant Achrekar 2004 : Sunita Sharma

Gymnastics
2011 : Devender Kumar Rathore

Football
1990 : Syed Naeemuddin

Hockey
2000 : Shri Grudial Singh Bhangu 2002 : Shri M. K. Kaushik 2003 : Sh. Rajinder Singh 2009 : Shri Baldev Singh 2011 : Mr Rajinder Singh

Kabaddi
2002 : Shri E. Prasad Rao 2005 : Shri Balwan Singh

Kho Kho
2000 : Shri Phadke Gopal Purshottam

Powerlifting
2000 : Shri Bhupender Dhawan

Rowing
2005 : Shri Ismail Baig

Shooting
2001 : Prof. Sunny Thomas

Squash
2004 : Cyrus Poncha

Volleyball
1990 : Shri A. Ramana Rao 1995 : Shri M. Shyam Sunder Rao 2007 : Mr. G. E. Sridharan

Weightlifting
1996 : Sh. Pal singh Sandhu 1999 : Shri Ajay Kumar Sirohi 2000 : Smt. Hansa Sharma

Wrestling
1985 : Shri Bhalachandra Bhaskar Bhagat 1987 : Shri Guru Hanuman 2003 : Sh. Sukhchain Singh Cheema 2005 : Shri Maha Singh Rao 2007 : Mr. Jagminder Singh 2009 : Shri Satpal 2011 : Mr. Ramphal

Yachting
2002 : Cdr. H. D. Motivala

Amar Kant, Shrilal Shukla, Kambar win Jnanpith Award


Eminent Hindi authors Amar Kant and Shrilal Shukla were chosen for Indias highest literary honour Jnanpith Award for the year 2009 while renowned Kannada litterateur Chandrasekhar Kambar won it for the year 2010. The selection board chaired by noted writer and Jnanpith award winner Dr. Sitakant Mahapatra made the selections for the 45th and 46th Jnanpith awards. 86-year-old Kant is a leading author whose famous novel Inhin Hathiyaron Se earned him Sahitya Akademi Award in 2007. His short stories like Hatiyare, Dopahar ka Bhojan and Diptee Kalaktari have found place in the syllabi of several Indian Universities. Shukla, born in 1925 in Uttar Pradesh, is an eminent novelist and a satirist whose works threw light on the falling moral values of the Indian society in the post-independence era. His noted works include Raag Darbari, Makaan, Sooni Ghaati Ka Sooraj, Pehla Padaav, Agyatvas, and Bisrampur Ka Sant. He is winner of several awards which included Sahitya Akademi Award and Vyas Sammaan. In 2008, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan for his contribution to Indian literature and culture. 74-year-old Kambar, who won the Jnanpith for the year 2010, is a novelist and playwright. His noted works include Takararinavaru, Saavirada Neralu, Chakori (poetries); Jokumaraswamy, Chalesha, Jaisidanayaka, Harakeya Kuri (plays), Karimaayi, and Singarevva mattu Aramane (novels and stories). He is also a recipient of the Sangeet Nataka Academy Award and Sahitya Academy Award.

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Jnanpith Award Winners (19652010) List

List of Jnanpith Award Winners


Jnanpith Award is being given for the best creative literary writing by any Indian citizen in any of the languages included in the VIII Schedule of the Indian Constitution. The Award is the brain-child of late Smt. Rama Jain, the first President of and the moving spirit behind the Bharatiya Jnanpith since its inception. It has become the most prestigious literary award of the country. This awards inlude sum of Rs. 5 lakhs including citation. Year : Name Works (Language) 1965 : G. Sankara Kurup Odakkuzhal [Flute] (Malayalam) 1966 : Tarashankar Bandopadhyaya Ganadevta (Bengali) 1967 : Kuppali Venkatappagowda Puttappa (Kuvempu) Sri Ramayana Darshanam (Kannada) 1967 : Umashankar Joshi Nishitha (Gujarati) 1968 : Sumitranandan Pant Chidambara (Hindi) 1969 : Firaq Gorakhpuri Gul-e-Naghma (Urdu) 1970 : Viswanatha Satyanarayana Ramayana Kalpavrikshamu [A resourceful tree:Ramayana] (Telugu) 1971 : Bishnu Dey Smriti Satta Bhavishyat (Bengali) 1972 : Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' Urvashi (Hindi) 1973 : Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre Nakutanti [Naku Thanthi (Four Strings)] (Kannada) 1973 : Gopinath Mohanty Paraja (Oriya) 1974 : Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar Yayati (Marathi) 1975 : P. V. Akilan Chitttrappavai (Tamil) 1976 : Ashapurna Devi Pratham Pratisruti (Bengali) 1977 : K. Shivaram Karanth Mookajjiya Kanasugalu [Mookajjis dreams] (Kannada) 1978 : Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan 'Ajneya' Kitni Navon Men Kitni Bar [How many times in many boats?] (Hindi) 1979 : Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya Mrityunjay [Immortal] (Assamese) 1980 : S. K. Pottekkatt Oru Desathinte Katha [Story of a land] (Malayalam) 1981 : Amrita Pritam Kagaj te Canvas (Punjabi)

1982 : Mahadevi Varma Yama (Hindi) 1983 : Maasti Venkatesh Ayengar Chikkaveera Rajendra [Life and struggle of Kodava King Chikkaveera Rajendra] (Kannada) 1984 : Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai Kayar [Coir] (Malayalam) 1985 : Pannalal Patel Maanavi Ni Bhavaai (Gujarati) 1986 : Sachidananda Rout Roy (Oriya) 1987 : Vishnu Vaman Shirwadkar (Kusumagraj) Natsamrat (Marathi) 1988 : Dr.C. Narayana Reddy Vishwambhara (Telugu) 1989 : Qurratulain Hyder Akhire Shab Ke Humsafar (Urdu) 1990 : V. K. Gokak (Vinayaka Krishna Gokak) Bharatha Sindhu Rashmi (Kannada) 1991 : Subhas Mukhopadhyay Padati (Bengali) 1992 : Naresh Mehta (Hindi) 1993 : Sitakant Mahapatra "for outstanding contribution to the enrichment of Indian literature, 1973-92" (Oriya) 1994 : U. R. Ananthamurthy for his contributions to (Kannada) literature (Kannada) 1995 : M. T. Vasudevan Nair Randamoozham [Second Chance] (Malayalam) 1996 : Mahasweta Devi Hajar Churashir Ma (Bengali) 1997 : Ali Sardar Jafri (Urdu) 1998 : Girish Karnad "for his contributions to (Kannada) literature and for contributions to (Kannada) theater (yayati)" (Kannada) 1999 : Nirmal Verma (Hindi) 1999 : Gurdial Singh (Punjabi) 2000 : Indira Goswami (Assamese) 2001 : Rajendra Keshavlal Shah (Gujarati) 2002 : D. Jayakanthan (Tamil) 2003 : Vinda Karandikar Ashtadarshana (poetry) (Marathi) 2004 : Rahman Rahi Subhuk Soda, Kalami Rahi and Siyah Rode Jaren Manz (Kashmiri) 2005 : Kunwar Narayan (Hindi) 2006 : Ravindra Kelekar (Konkani) 2006 : Satya Vrat Shastri (Sanskrit) 2007 : O. N. V. Kurup (Malayalam) 2008 : Akhlaq Mohammed Khan 'Shahryar' (Urdu) 2009 : Amar Kant (Hindi) 2009 : Shrilal Shukla (Hindi) 2010 : Chandrashekhara Kambara for his contributions to Kannada literature (Kannada)

List of Ramon Magsaysay Award Winners (Indian) Category includes


CL - Community Leadership GS - Government Service JLCCA - Journalism,Literature and the Creative Communicative Arts PIU - Peace & international Understanding EL - Emergent Leadership PS - Public Service

Year : Name ( Category )


1958 : Vinoba Bhave (CL) 1959 : Chintaman Deshmukh (GS) 1961 : Amitabha Chowdhury (JLCCA) 1962 Mother Teresa PIU 1963 : Dara Khurody (CL) 1963 : Verghese Kurien (CL) 1963 : Tribhuvandas Patel (CL) 1964 : Welthy Fisher (PIU) 1965 : Jayaprakash Narayan (PS) 1966 : Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay (CL) 1967 : Satyajit Ray (JLCCA) 1971 : M.Sambasivan Swaminathan (CL) 1974 : M.S.Subbulakshmi (PS) 1975 : Boobli George Verghese (JLCCA) 1976 : Henning Holck-Larsen (PIU) 1976 : Sombhu Mitra (JLCCA) 1977 : Ela Ramesh Bhatt (CL) 1979 : Mabelle Arole (CL) 1979 : Rajanikant Arole (CL) 1981 : Gour Kishore Ghosh (JLCCA) 1981 : Pramod Karan Sethi (CL)

1982 : Chandi Prasad Bhatt (CL) 1982 : Manibhai Desai (PS) 1982 : Arun Shourie (JLCCA) 1984 : Rasipuram Lakshman (JLCCA) 1985 : Muralidhar Amte (PS) 1989 : Lakshmi Chand Jain (PS) 1992 : Ravi Shankar (JLCCA) 1993 : Banoo Jehangir Coyaji (PS) 1994 : Kiran Bedi (GS) 1996 : Pandurang Athavale (CL) 1996 : Tirunellai Seshan (GS) 1997 : Mahasweta Devi (JLCCA) 1997 : Mahesh Chander Mehta (PS) 2000 : Jockin Arputham (PIU) 2000 : Aruna Roy (CL) 2001 : Rajendra Singh (CL) 2002 : Sandeep Pandey (EL) 2003 : James Michael Lyngdoh (GS) 2003 : Shantha Sinha (CL) 2004 : Laxminarayan Ramdas (PIU) 2005 : V Shantha (PS) 2006 : Arvind Kejriwal (EL) 2007 : Palagummi Sainath (JLCCA) 2008 : Dr. Prakash Amte and Dr. Mandakini Amte (CL) 2009 : Deep Joshi (CL)

While Vidhu Vinod Chopras 3 Idiots snapped up the most popular awards Best Film, Best Director, Best Story, Best Screenplay, Best Dialogue and Best Supporting Actor Anurag Kashyaps Dev D won six as well. The Best Actor award went to Amitabh Bachchan for his performance as a progeriaafflicted child in Paa, while Vidya Balan walked away with the Best Actress trophy for the same film.

Awards Winners
Best Film 3 Idiots Best Director Raj Kumar Hirani (3 Idiots) Best Actor (Male) Amitabh Bachchan (Paa) Best Actor (Female) Vidya Balan (Paa) Best Supporting Actor (Male) Boman Irani (3 Idiots) Best Supporting Actor (Female) Kalki Koechlin (Dev D) Best Music A. R. Rahman (Delhi 6) Best Lyrics Irshad Kamil (Aaj Din Chadya, Love Aaj Kal Best) Playback (Male) Mohit Chauhan (Masakali, Delhi 6) Best Playback (Female) Kavita Seth (Iktara, Wake Up Sid Rekha Bhardwaj Genda Phool, Delhi 6) Critics Award For Best Director Nandita Das (Firaaq) Critics Award Best Actor (Male) Ranbir Kapoor (Wake Up Sid, Ajab Prem, Rocket Singh) Critics Award For Best Actor (Female) Mahie Gill (Dev D) Best Story Abhijat Joshi, Raj Kumar Hirani (3 Idiots) Best Screenplay Abhijat Joshi, Raj Kumar Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra (3 Idiots) Best Dialogue Raj Kumar Hirani & Abhijat Joshi (3 Idiots) Best Production Design & Art Direction Helen Jones, Sukanta Panigrahi (Dev D) Best Editing Sreekar Prasad (Firaaq) Best Cinematography Rajeev Ravi (Dev D) Best Visual Effects Govardhan Vigharan, Vinay Singh Chuphal (Kaminey) Best Action Vijayan Master (Wanted) Best Choreographer Bosco-Caeser (Chor Bazaari, Love Aaj Kal) Best Background Score Amit Trivedi (Dev D) Best Sound Design manas chaudhary (Firaaq) Best Costumes Vaishali Menon (Firaaq) R. D. Burman Award For New Musical Talent Amit Trivedi (Wake Up Sid, Dev D) Best Debut Ayaan Mukherji (Wake Up Sid) Zoya Akhtar (Luck By Chance) Lifetime Achievement Awards Shashi Kapoor, Khayyam

Paul N.J. Ottosson poses backstage with the Oscars for best achievement in sound editing and sound mixing for The Hurt Locker

List of winners at the 82nd annual Academy Awards:


Motion Picture: The Hurt Locker. Actor: Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart. Actress: Sandra Bullock, The Blind Side. Supporting Actor: Christoph Waltz, Inglourious Basterds. Supporting Actress: Mo'Nique, Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire. Director: Kathryn Bigelow, The Hurt Locker. Foreign Film: El Secreto de Sus Ojos, Argentina. Adapted Screenplay: Geoffrey Fletcher, Precious: Based on the Novel `Push' by Sapphire. Original Screenplay: Mark Boal, The Hurt Locker. Animated Feature Film: Up. Art Direction: Avatar.

Cinematography: Avatar. Sound Mixing: The Hurt Locker. Sound Editing: "The Hurt Locker." Original Score: Up, Michael Giacchino. Original Song: The Weary Kind (Theme From Crazy Heart) from Crazy Heart, Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett. Costume: The Young Victoria. Documentary Feature: The Cove. Documentary (short subject): Music by Prudence. Film Editing: The Hurt Locker. Makeup: Star Trek. Animated Short Film: Logorama. Live Action Short Film: The New Tenants. Visual Effects: Avatar.

The 57th National Film Awards were announced in New Delhi on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 by head of the awards jury Ramesh Sippy. Highlights: Best feature film: Kutti Sranku (Malayalam) Best Actor: Amitabh Bachchan (Paa/Hindi) Best Actress: Ananya Chatterjee (Abohomaan/Bengali) Best popular film providing wholesome entertainment: 3 Idiots (Hindi) Best Director: Raju Hirani (3 Idiots/Hindi) / Rituparno Ghosh (Abohomaan/Bengali) Best Producer: Vidhu Vinod Chopra (3 Idiots/Hindi) Best Supporting Actor: Farooq Sheikh (Lahore/Hindi) Best Supporting actress: Arundhati Nag (Paa/Hindi) Best Child Artists: Jiva, Anba Karasu (Pasanga/Tamil)

Best film on Social issues: Well Done Abba (Hindi) Best Choreography: K Shivsankar ( Magadhira/Telugu) Best Kids movie: Ottani Pati & Keshu Best camera work: Anjali Sukla (Kutti Sranku/Malayalam) Best Music Director: Amit Trivedi (Dev D) Best Playback Singer (Male): Rupam Islam (Mahanagar) Best Playback Singer(Female): Nilanjana Sarkar (Housefull) Sound Engineer: Resul Pookkutty Best Lyrics: Swanand Kirkire (3 Idiots/Behti Hawaa) Best background score: Ilayaraja (Kerala Verma Pazasi Raja) Best National Integration Film: Delhi 6 (Hindi) Best Hindi Film: Paa

Winners of 56th Filmfare Awards 2011

Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male) Shah Rukh Khan - My Name Is Khan Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female) Kajol - My Name Is Khan Best Film Dabangg Best Director Karan Johar - My Name Is Khan Best Film (Critics) Udaan Best Actor Male (Critics) Rishi Kapoor - Do Dooni Chaar Best Actor Female (Critics) Vidya Balan (Ishqiya) Best Actor In Supporting Role (Male) Ronit Roy - Udaan Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Female) Kareena Kapoor - We Are Family Best Sensational Debut (Male) Ranveer Singh - Band Bajaa Baaraat Best Sensational Debut (Female) Sonakshi Sinha - Dabangg Best Debut Director

Maneesh Sharma (Band Baaja Baraat) Best Playback Singer (Male) Rahat Fateh Ali Khan - Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (Ishqiya) Best Playback Singer (Female) Mamta Sharma - Munni Badnaam Hui (Dabangg) Sunidhi Chauhan - Sheila Ki Jawani (Tees Maar Khan) Best Story Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane - Udaan Best Music Sajid - Wajid & Lalit Pandit (Dabangg) Best Lyrics Gulzar - Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (Ishqiya) Best Dialogue Habib Faisal - Band Baaja Baaraat Best Choreography Farah Khan - Sheila Ki Jawani (Tees Maar Khan) Best Action Vijayan Master - Dabangg Best Screenplay Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap - Udaan Best Background Score Amit Trivedi - Udaan Best Costumes Varsha Shilpa - Do Dooni Chaar Best Editing Namrata Rao - Love Sex Aur Dhokha Best Cinematography Mahendra Shetty - Udaan Best Sound Design Pritam Das - Love Sex Aur Dhokha Kunal Sharma - Udaan

Best Production Design Mukund Gupta - Do Dooni Chaar R. D. Burman Music Award Sneha Khanwalkar - Love Sex Aur Dhokha Sony Best Scene Of The Year Golmaal 3 Lifetime Achievement Award Manna Dey 40 Years Of Greatness Award Amitabh Bachchan

Winners of 17th Annual Star Screen Awards 2011


Best Actor (Male) Salman Khan - Dabangg Best Actor (Female) Vidya Balan - Ishqiya Best Film Udaan Best Director Vikramaditya Motwane - Udaan Best Actor Popular Choice (Male) Shahrukh Khan - My Name Is Khan Best Actor Popular Choice (Female) Katrina Kaif - (Raajneeti - Tees Maar Khan) Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) Arshad Warsi - Ishqiya Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female) Shernaz Patel - Guzaarish Best Actor in a Comic Role (Male/Female) Sanjay Mishra - Phas Gaye Re Obama Best Actor in a Negative Role (Male/Female) Ronit Roy - Udaan Best Performer Ajay Devgn - Golmaal 3

Best Music Sajid Wajid - Dabangg Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy - My Name Is Khan Best Playback Singer (Male) Rahat Fateh Ali Khan - Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji - Ishqiya Best Playback Singer (Female) Shreya Ghoshal - Bahara - I Hate Luv Storys Best New Talent In Music Mamta Sharma - Munni Badnaam - Dabangg Best Lyrics Gulzar - Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji - Ishqiya Most Promising Newcomer (Male) Ranveer Singh - Band Baaja Baaraat Most Promising Newcomer (Female) Sonakshi Sinha - Dabangg Most Promising Debut Director Maneesh Sharma - Band Baaja Baaraat Best Story Amit Rai - Road To Sangam Best Choreography Farah Khan - Munni Badnaam - Dabangg Most Popular Music Pritam - Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Best Ensemble Cast Peepli [Live] Best Art Direction Mukund Gupta - Do Dooni Chaar Best Action Master Vijayan - Dabangg Best Dialogue Habib Faisal - Band Baaja Baraat

Best Screenplay Anjum Rajabali, Prakash Jha - Raajneeti Best Child Artiste Ayaan Barodia - Udaan Best Editing Namrata Rao - Band Baaja Baraat Best Background Score Wayne Sharp - Raajneeti Best Special Effects Srinivas Mohan - Robot Best Sound Vikram Joglekar - Road Movie Best Cinematography Sudeep Chatterji - Guzaarish Ramnath Goenka Memorial Awards My Name Is Khan Special Jury Awards For Spectacular Cutting Of Age Technology Robot