The 65th Amazon Filmfare Awards 2020 was held on February 15 in Assam. This was the first edition of the award show which was held outside Mumbai. The who's who of Bollywood graced the event by their presence and dressed their sartorial best.
Gully Boy bagged Best Film, Best Director for Zoya, Best Actor for Ranveer Singh and Best Actress for Alia Bhatt. Best Supporting Role Male went to Siddhant Chaturvedi for his role as MC Sher while Best Supporting Role Female was won by Amruta Subhash, who played Ranveer's mother in the film. The films nominated for the Best Film award this year were, Chhichhore, Gully Boy, Mission Mangal, Uri: The Surgical Strike and War. Gully Boy emerged as the winner.
Kartik Aaryan, Ranveer Singh and several other stars entertained the audience with their power-packed performances. Here's the complete list of winners who took the Black Lady home.
Zoya Akhtar ('Gully Boy')
Best Film (Critics)
'Article 15' (Anubhav Sinha)
'Sonchiriya' (Abhishek Chaubey)
Best Actor In A Leading Role (Male)
Ranveer Singh ('Gully Boy')
Best Actor (Critics)
Ayushmann Khurrana ('Article 15')
Best Actor In A Leading Role (Female)
Alia Bhatt ('Gully Boy')
Best Actress (Critics)
Bhumi Pednekar ('Saand Ki Aankh')
Taapsee ('Saand Ki Aankh')
Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Male)
Siddhant Chaturvedi ('Gully Boy')
Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Female)
Amruta Subhash ('Gully Boy')
Best Music Album
Zoya Akhtar, Ankur Tewari ('Gully Boy')
Mithoon, Amaal Mallik ('Kabir Singh')
Divine and Ankur Tewari - Apna Time Aayega - 'Gully Boy'
Best Playback Singer (Male)
Arijit Singh - Kalank Nahi - 'Kalank'
Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shilpa Rao - Ghungroo - 'War'
Best Debut Director
Aditya Dhar - 'Uri: The Surgical Strike'
Best Debut Actor
Abhimanyu Dassani - 'Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota'
Best Debut Actress
Ananya Pandey - 'Student Of The Year 2', 'Pati Patni Aur Woh'
Best Original Story
'Article 15' - Anubhav Sinha and Gaurav Solanki
'Gully Boy' - Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar
'Gully Boy'- Vijay Maurya
Lifetime Achievement Award
Excellence In Cinema