Raj Gupta's Baba also received a fair share of awards while Mukta Barve was adjudged Best Actor (Female) for Smile Please.
Planet Marathi Filmfare Awards: Anandi Gopal wins 10 trophies, including Best Film
Mumbai - 01 Mar 2021 13:24 IST
Updated : 15:27 IST
Sameer Vidwans’ Anandi Gopal bagged 10 trophies at the Planet Marathi Filmfare Awards, which took place on Sunday evening.
Anandi Gopal was adjudged Best Film while Vidwans was declared Best Director. The Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male) Award was given to Deepak Dobriyal for his portrayal of a mute character in Baba (2019). The film also received the Critics Award for Best Film.
Mukta Barve won the Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female) for Vikram Phadnis’ Smile Please (2019).
While Lalit Prabhakar grabbed the Critics Award for Best Actor, the Critics Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female) was shared between Sonalee Kulkarni for Hirkani (2019) and Bhagyashree Milind for Anandi Gopal.
The Best Actor in Supporting Roles (Male and Female) Awards were given to Shashank Shende for Kaagar (2019) and Neena Kulkarni for Mogra Phulaalaa (2019) respectively.
Shubhankar Tawde, who won the Best Debut (Male) for his performance in Kaagar, was elated. "To get the black lady of Filmfare is a proud and dreamy feeling. It is a dream for every actor who enters the field. I am very happy to see my dream come true today,” he said in a statement.
Complete list of awardees:
Best Film: Anandi Gopal
Best Director: Sameer Vidwans for Anandi Gopal
Critics Award for Best Film: Baba
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male): Deepak Dobriyal for Baba
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female): Mukta Barve for Smile Please
Critics Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male): Lalit Prabhakar for Anandi Gopal
Critics Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female): Sonalee Kulkarni for Hirkani and Bhagyashree Milind for Anandi Gopal
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male): Shashank Shende for Kaagar
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female): Neena Kulkarni for Mogra Phulaalaa
Best Music Album: Saurabh Bhalerao, Hrishikesh Datar and Jasraj Joshi for Anandi Gopal
Best Lyrics: Kshitij Patwardhan for Tula Japnar Ahe (Khari Biscuit)
Best Playback Singer (Male): Adarsh Shinde for Tula Japnar Ahe (Khari Biscuit)
Best Playback Singer (Female): Shalmali Kholgade for Querida Querido (Girlfriend)
Excellence in Cinema: Mahesh Kothare
Best Debut (Male): Shubhankar Tawde for Kaagar
Best Debut (Female): Shivani Surve for Triple Seat
Best Debut Director: Saleel Kulkarni for Wedding Cha Shinema
Best Original Story: Manish Singh for Baba
Best Screenplay: Karan Sharma for Anandi Gopal
Best Dialogue: Iravati Karnik for Anandi Gopal
Best Background Score: Saurabh Bhalerao for Girlfriend
Best Production Design: Sunil Nigvekar and Nilesh Wagh for Anandi Gopal
Best Cinematography: Aakash Agarwal for Anandi Gopal
Best Choreography: Rahul Thombre and Sanjeev Howladar for Majhi Story Cute Wali Sweet Wali Love Story (Girlfriend)
Best Costume: Poornima Oak for Fatteshikast
Best Editing: Charushri Roy for Anandi Gopal
Best Sound Design: Nikhil Lanjekar and Himanshu Aambekar for Fatteshikast
Best Child Artist: Adarsh Kadam and Vedashree Khadilkar for Khari Biscuit
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