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Filmfare Award for Best Film

The Filmfare Award for Best Film is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films.[1]

Filmfare Award for Best Film
Awarded for Best Film
Country India
Presented by Filmfare
First awarded Bimlay Roy Productions,
Do Bigha Zamin (1954)
Currently held by T-Series,
Hindi Medium (2018)
Website Filmfare Awards

The award was first given in 1954. Here is a list of the award winners and the nominees of the respective years. Each individual entry shows the title followed by the production company, and the producer. Aamir Khan has starred in 9 winning films which is the most for any actor in a leading role.

Contents

Winners and nomineesEdit

1950sEdit

Year Film Nominees
1953
(1st)
Do Bigha Zamin Bimal Roy Productions
No Other Nominees
1954
(2nd)
Boot Polish R. K. Films
No Other Nominees
1955
(3rd)
Jagriti Filmistan Productions
Azaad Pakshiraja Studios
Biraj Bahu Hiten Chaudhary Productions
1956
(4th)
Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje Rajkamal Kala Mandir
No Other Nominees
1957
(5th)
Mother India Mehboob Productions
No Other Nominees
1958
(5th)
Madhumati Bimal Roy Productions
Sadhna B. R. Films
Talaaq Anupam Chitra
1959
(7th)
Sujata Bimal Roy Productions
Anari L. B. Films
Chhoti Bahen Prasad Studios

1960sEdit

Year Film Nominees
1960
(7th)
Mughal-e-Azam Sterling Investments
Masoom Bani Rupa Chitra
Parakh Bimal Roy Productions
1961
(8th)
Jis Desh Men Ganga Behti Hai R. K. Films
Gunga Jumna Citizen Films
Kanoon B. R. Films
1962
(9th)
Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam Guru Dutt Movies Pvt. Ltd.
Bees Saal Baad Geetanjali Pictures
Rakhi Prabhuram Pictures
1963
(10th)
Bandini Bimal Roy Productions
Dil Ek Mandir Chitralaya Films
Gumrah B. R. Films

1970sEdit

film_name production company name director_name year
Shakti Films Shakti Samanta 1970
Aashirwad Rupam Chitra N. C. Sippy, Hrishikesh Mukherjee 1970
Jeene Ki Raah Prasad Studios L. V. Prasad 1970
Khilona Prasad Studios L. V. Prasad 1971
Do Raaste Raj Khosla Films Raj Khosla 1971
Pehchaan Filmnagar Sohanlal Kanwar 1971
Anand Rupam Chitra N. C. Sippy, Hrishikesh Mukherjee 1972
Mera Naam Joker R. K. Films Raj Kapoor 1972
Naya Zamana Pramod Films
film_name year
Junoon – Film-Valas – Shashi Kapoor 1980
Amar Deep – Sujatha International – K. Balajee 1980
Kaala PattharYash Raj FilmsYash Chopra 1980
NoorieYash Raj FilmsYash Chopra 1980
Sargam – N. N. Sippy Productions – N. N. Sippy 1980
Khubsoorat – Rupam Chitra – N. C. Sippy, Hrishikesh Mukherjee 1981
Aakrosh – Krsna Movies Enterprises – Devi Dutt, Narayan Kenny 1981
Aasha – Filmyug – J. Om Prakash 1981
Insaaf Ka Tarazu – B. R. Films – B. R. Chopra 1981
Thodisi Bewafaii – Konark Kombine International – Srichand Asrani, Nand Mirani 1981
Kalyug – Film-Valas – Shashi Kapoor 1982
Baseraa – Rose Movies – Ramesh Behl 1982
Chakra – Neo Films – Manmohan Shetty, Pradeep Uppoor 1982
Chashme Buddoor – PLA Productions – Gul Anand 1982

1990sEdit

2000sEdit

2010sEdit

Special 50 Year AwardEdit

In 2005, Filmfare announced the best movie of the last 50 years as Sholay, although the film did not win the Filmfare Award for Best Film in its year of release.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Filmfare Awards: Best Film 1953-2000". Official Listings, Indiatimes. Archived from the original on 2013-11-11. Retrieved 2014-06-20.

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