36th Filmfare Awards

The 36th Filmfare Awards were held in 1991.

36th Filmfare Awards
Date1991
Highlights
Best FilmGhayal
Kasba
Most awardsGhayal (7)
Most nominationsDil & Ghayal (8)

Dil and Ghayal led the ceremony with 8 nominations each, followed by Aashiqui with 7 nominations and Agneepath and Pratibandh with 5 nominations each.

Ghayal won 7 awards, including Best Film, Best Director for Rajkumar Santoshi and Best Actor for Sunny Deol, thus becoming the most-awarded film at the ceremony.

Madhuri Dixit won her first of four awards for Best Actress for her performance in Dil.

Main awardsEdit

 
Sunny Deol — Best Actor winner for Ghayal
 
Madhuri Dixit — Best Actress winner for Dil
 
Mithun Chakraborty — Best Supporting Actor winner for Agneepath
 
Amitabh Bachchan — Lifetime Achievement Awardee

Best FilmEdit

Ghayal

Best DirectorEdit

Rajkumar SantoshiGhayal

Best ActorEdit

Sunny DeolGhayal

Best ActressEdit

Madhuri DixitDil

Best Supporting ActorEdit

Mithun ChakrabortyAgneepath

Best Supporting ActressEdit

Rohini HattangadiAgneepath

Best Comic ActorEdit

Kader KhanBaap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri

Lux New Face of the YearEdit

Pooja BhattDaddy

Best StoryEdit

GhayalRajkumar Santoshi

Best ScreenplayEdit

Kamla Ki MautBasu Chatterjee

Best DialogueEdit

Daddy – Suraj Sanim

Best MusicEdit

Aashiqui – Nadeem Shravan

Best LyricsEdit

AashiquiSameer for Nazar Ke Saamne

Best Playback Singer, MaleEdit

AashiquiKumar Sanu for Ab Tere Bin

Best Playback Singer, FemaleEdit

AashiquiAnuradha Paudwal for Nazar Ke Saamne

Best Art DirectionEdit

Ghayal

Best ChoreographyEdit

Sailaab Saroj Khan for Hum Ko Aaj

Best CinematographyEdit

Ghayal

Best EditingEdit

Ghayal

Best SoundEdit

E. Rudra - Azaad Desh Ke Ghulam

Lifetime Achievement AwardEdit

Amitabh Bachchan

Critics' awardsEdit

Best FilmEdit

Kasba

Outstanding Performance in a Non-commercial FilmEdit

Anupam KherDaddy

Special Jury MentionEdit

Aadhi Haqeeqat, Aadha Fasana - Dilip Ghosh

Best DocumentaryEdit

Amjad Ali Khan

Most WinsEdit

See alsoEdit

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