33rd Filmfare Awards

The 33rd Filmfare Awards were held in 1986, in Mumbai, India.

33rd Filmfare Awards
Date1986
Highlights
Best FilmRam Teri Ganga Maili
Aghaat
Most awardsRam Teri Ganga Maili (5)
Most nominationsRam Teri Ganga Maili & Saagar (10)

Ram Teri Ganga Maili and Saagar led the ceremony with 10 nominations each, followed by Tawaif with 7 nominations and Meri Jung with 6 nominations.

Ram Teri Ganga Maili won 5 awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Raj Kapoor, thus becoming the most-awarded film at the ceremony.

Main awardsEdit

 
Raj Kapoor — Best Director winner for Ram Teri Ganga Maili
 
Kamal Haasan — Best Actor winner for Saagar
 
Dimple Kapadia — Best Actress winner for Saagar
 
Amrish Puri — Best Supporting Actor winner for Meri Jung
 
Nutan — Best Supporting Actress winner for Meri Jung
 
Ravindra Jain — Best Music Director winner for Ram Teri Ganga Maili

Best FilmEdit

Ram Teri Ganga Maili

Best DirectorEdit

Raj KapoorRam Teri Ganga Maili

Best ActorEdit

Kamal HaasanSaagar

Best ActressEdit

Dimple KapadiaSaagar

Best Supporting ActorEdit

Amrish PuriMeri Jung

Best Supporting ActressEdit

NutanMeri Jung

Best Comic ActorEdit

Amjad KhanMaa Kasam

Best StoryEdit

Tawaif – Dr. Aleem Masroor

Best ScreenplayEdit

PaarGoutam Ghose and Partho Mukherjee

Best DialogueEdit

TawaifRahi Masoom Raza

Best MusicEdit

Ram Teri Ganga MailiRavindra Jain

Best LyricsEdit

UtsavVasant Dev for Dil Kyun Behka [1]

Best Playback Singer, MaleEdit

SaagarKishore Kumar for Saagar Kinare

Best Playback Singer, FemaleEdit

UtsavAnuradha Paudwal for Mere Mann Bajo Mridang

Best Art DirectionEdit

Ram Teri Ganga Maili - Suresh J. Sawant [2]

Best CinematographyEdit

Saagar - S. M Anwar [3]

Best EditingEdit

Ram Teri Ganga Maili - Raj Kapoor [4]

Best SoundEdit

Shiva Ka Insaaf - A RadhaSwami [5]

Critics' awardsEdit

Best FilmEdit

Aaghat

Best DocumentaryEdit

Bombay - Our City

Most WinsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Filmfare Awards 1986". awardsandshows.com. Retrieved 1 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Filmfare Awards Winners from 1953 to 2020".
  3. ^ "Filmfare Awards Winners from 1953 to 2020".
  4. ^ "Filmfare Awards Winners from 1953 to 2020".
  5. ^ "Filmfare Awards Winners from 1953 to 2020".