Filmfare Awards 2022: The Full List of Winners

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The 67th Filmfare Awards for 2022 were presented on Tuesday night. At the awards ceremony, the entire Hindi cinema industry gathered under one roof. The three most successful films of the evening were Mimi, starring Kriti Sanon, Vicky Kaushal’s Sardar Udham, and Siddharth Malhotra’s Shershaah.

The three films that received the most accolades were all OTT releases. Sanon portrayed a small-town girl from Rajasthan who is given Rs 20 lakh to serve as a surrogate for an American couple in Mimi. The role of the middleman was portrayed by Pankaj Tripathi. The film failed to please the film critics, but the public was intrigued. The film was available digitally on Netflix. Audience members and film critics alike adored Shoojit Sircar’s Sardar Udham. It was based on the narrative of’revolutionary’ Udham Singh, who in March 1940 shot Michael O’Dwyer in London to revenge the atrocity at Jallianwala Bagh.

Karan Johar’s Shershaah has become one of the most popular films on Amazon Prime Video. Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani played the key parts in the film. The film focused on the life of Captain Vikram Batra, who fought until his dying breath in the Kargil conflict of 1999.

Here’s the full list of Filmfare awards winners 2022

Best Actor: Ranveer Singh for 83

Best Actress: Kriti Sanon for Mimi

Best Actor (Critics’ Choice): Vicky Kaushal for Sardar Udham

Best Actress (Critics’ Choice): Vidya Balan for Sherni

Best Director: Vishnuvardhan for Shershaah

Best Film (Popular Category): Shershaah

Best Film (Critics’ Choice): Sardar Udham

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male): Pankaj Tripathi for Mimi

Best Actor in Supporting Role (Female): Sai Tamhankar for Mimi

Best Story: Abhishek Kapoor, Supratik Sen and Tushar Paranjape for Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui

Best Dialogue: Dibakar Banerjee and Varun Grover for Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar

Best Screenplay: Shubhendu Bhattacharya and Ritesh Shah for Sardar Udham

Best Original Story: Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui

Best Debut Male: Ehan Bhatfor 99 songs

Best Debut Female: Sharvari Wagh for Bunty Aur Babli 2

Best Debut Director: Seema Pahwa for Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi

Best Music Album: Tanishk Bagchi, B Praak, Jaani, Jasleen Royal, Javed-Mohsin, Vikram Montrose for Shershaah

Best Lyrics: Kausar Munir for Lehra Do (’83)

Best Playback Singer (Male): B Praak for Mann Bharryaa 2.0 (Shershaah)

Best Playback Singer (Female): Asees Kaur for Raataan Lambiyan (Shershaah)

Best Action: Stefan Richter and Suniel Rodrigues (Shershaah)

Best Background Score: Shantanu Moitra (Sardar Udham)

Best Choreography: Vijay Ganguly (Chaka Chak from Atrangi Re)

Best Cinematography: Avik Mukhopadhyay (Sardar Udham)

Best Costume: Veera Kapur (Sardar Udham)

Best Editing: A Sreekar Prasad (Shershaah)

Best Production Design: Mansi Dhruv Mehta, Dmitrii Malich (Sardar Udham)

Best Sound Design: Dipankar Chaki and Nihar Ranjan Samal (Sardar Udham)

Best VFX: Sardar Udham

Lifetime Achievement Award: Subhash Ghai

In addition to the winners, all Bollywood celebs donned their finest attire as they walked the red carpet at the Filmfare awards ceremony. While Katrina Kaif and Shehnaaz Gill looked absolutely stunning in sarees, Kiara Advani, Kriti Sanon, Rakul Preet Singh, and Sharvari Wagh appeared elegant in gowns. In their sharp suits, the males, including Vicky Kaushal, Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, and Ranveer Singh, seemed dapper.