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6 Record breaking films with hightest filmfare awards

Here are the Top 6 blockbuster bollywood movies with the highest number of Filmfare awards received till now.
Jun 27, 2018, 12:26 pm ISTDid you Know?JhakaasMovies Staff
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  Filmfare Awards

The Filmfare ceremony is one of the oldest film events in India. Filmfare Awards  first introduced in 1954, the same year as the National Film Awards. The Filmfare Awards has always been the biggest deal. There was a time when the Filmfares were to India what the Oscars are to America.The competition is fierce and the winners are celebrated with euphoria.

Black (2005) - 11 Awards
Black
It was Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s turn to humbly accept the honours of his multi-award winning Black. And it wasn’t just Bhansali who was over the moon. Amitabh Bachchan and Rani Mukerji, the lead actors, were soaring in the heavens as well. Not only did the movie sweep all the major popular categories, for the first time, a single movie swept the Critics’ Awards too. The tally came up to a whopping 11 awards, the best till date. Black’s dominance was unprecedented.
Best Film - Black
Best Director - Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Best Actor - Amitabh Bachchan
Best Actress - Rani Mukerji
Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Female) - Ayesha Kapoor
Best Film (Critics) - Black
Best Actor (Critics) - Amitabh Bachchan
Best Actress (Critics) - Rani Mukerji
Best Cinematography - Ravi K. Chandran
Best Editing - Bela Segal
Best Background Score - Monty Sharma

Devdas (2002) - 10 Awards
Devdas
The most revisited story on Indian celluloid, Devdas’ romance is as eternal as they come. Sanjay Leela Bhasali’s version wasn’t the first, but it was the grandest. The breathtaking sets and costumes made this movie avant garde. No surprise it took home 10 big awards and it still remains one of the most successful movies to date.
Best Film - Devdas (Bharat Shah)
Best Director - Sanjay Leela Bhansali                  
Best Actor - Shah Rukh Khan                    
Best Actress - Aishwarya Rai                 
Best Actress In A Supporting Role - Madhuri Dixit
Best Cinematographer - Binod Pradhan
Best Art Director - Nitin Desai
Best Playback Singer (Female) - Kavita Krishnamoorthy & Shreya Ghosal (Dola re)
Best Choreographer - Saroj Khan (Dola re)
R D Burman Award - Shreya Ghoshal (Devdas)

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) - 10 Awards
Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
We all know it as the eternal romantic film of Indian cinema and it’s no surprise that Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was also one of the most successful at the Filmfare Awards. Apart from winning the Best Film and Best Director awards the movie also won major acting awards for Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Farida Jalal and Anupam Kher. Awards for Udit Narayan, Anand Bakshi and Aditya Chopra and Javed Siddiqui’s writing upped the tally to ten.
Best Film - Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (Yash Chopra)
Best Director - Aditya Chopra                
Best Actor - Shah Rukh Khan                    
Best Actress - Kajol
Best Actress In A Supporting Role - Farida Jalal
Best Playback Singer (Male) - Udit Narayan (Mehndi lagake rakhna)
Best Lyricist - Anand Bakshi (Tujhe dekha)                                                         
Best Dialogue - Aditya Chopra and Javed Siddiqui
Best Actor In A Comic Role - Anupam Kher
Best Screenplay - Aditya Chopra

Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) - 9 Awards
Kaho Na Pyaar Hai
Here’s when Hrithik Roshan burst onto the scene with possibly one of the biggest launch vehicles ever. Not that Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai’s box office success was anything humble, but its dominance at the Filmfare Awards was spectacular. Hrithik Roshan took home two Filmfare Awards on debut and the film’s much popular music and choreography won top honours too.
Best Film - Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (Rakesh Roshan)
Best Director - Rakesh Roshan                
Best Actor - Hrithik Roshan                    
Best Newcomer - Hrithik Roshan
Best Music Director - Rajesh Roshan                                      
Best Editor - Sanjay Varma                                                       
Best Playback Singer (Male) - Lucky Ali (Na tum jaano na hum)
Best Screenplay - Ravi Kapoor and Honey Irani   
Best Choreographer - Farah Khan (Ek pal ka jeena)

1942 A Love Story (1994) - 9 Awards
1942 A Love Story
Another technical triumph, 1942 A Love Story by director Vidhu Vinod Chopra took home nine Filmfare Awards and no major popular awards. In fact, the only acting award it won was for Jackie Shroff’s Best Actor in a Supporting Role. The film’s music, the last renderings of RD Burman, won a trophy and took the tally to a grand nine.
Best Actor In A Supporting Role - Jackie Shroff              
Best Music Director - RD Burman                                      
Best Cinematographer - Binod Pradhan                            
Best Sound Recordist - Jitendra Chaudhary/Namita Nayak                     
Best Playback Singer (Male) - Kumar Sanu (Ek ladki ko dekha)
Best Lyricist - Javed Akhtar (Ek ladki ko dekha)
Best Art Director Colour - Nitin Desai
Best Playback Singer (Female) - Kavita Krishnamoorty (Pyar hua)                             
Best Editor - Renu Saluja

Madhumati (1958) - 9 Awards
Madhumati
Bimal Roy’s classic love story was the most successful film at the Filmfare Awards for 36 years. It was a rare feat because Madhumati did not win any major acting award and managed its impressive tally of awards through technical wins. It was also interesting to note that regular Filmfare Award winners Dilip Kumar and Vyjayantimala did not manage to win.
Best Film - Madhumati (Bimal Roy)
Best Director - Bimal Roy
Best Actor In A Supporting Role - Johnny Walker
Best Music Director - Salil Choudhary
Best Cinematographer - Dilip Gupta
Best Editor - Hrishikesh Mukherjee
Best Art Director - Sudendhu Roy
Best Playback Singer (Male/Female) - Lata Mangeshkar (Aaja re pardesi)
Best Dialogue - Rajinder Singh Bedi

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Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Kajale, Hrithik Roshan

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