Sunday, February 24, 2008

Snapshots: Celebrities@Filmfare Awards 2007

The evening of the 23rd of February came and went, and the 53rd Filmfare Awards went down in history, as yet another one to be remembered and cherished!

The tight security within the premises of Yashraj Studios, the elegance of the red carpet, the presence of stars - who ensured that not a strand of hair was out of place at this very formal black tie event - only added to the seriousness and elegance of Filmfare.

Bollywood Buzz captured it all in snapshots. Have a look!

Shah Rukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan all set for the gala evening.
Kareena Kapoor gets an award from Saif Ali Khan for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female) for the movie, Jab We Met.
Shah Rukh Khan gets an award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male) for Chak De! India.
Kareena Kapoor and Shah Rukh Khan after receiving their awards.
Best Male Debutant Award went to Ranbir Kapoor - the lover boy of Saawariya - and the award was given by Jeetendra and Tushaar Kapoor.
The Sony Fresh Face of the Year Award goes to Deepika Padukone, the hot debutant of Om Shanti Om.
Priyanka Chopra came solo to announce the award for the Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) category. The award went to Irrfan Khan for Life In A Metro.
Konkona Sen Sharma received an award for Best Actor in a Suppoting Role (Female) for Life In A Metro. The award was presented by Niel Nitin Mukesh and Twinkle Khanna.
Rishi Kapoor was given Lifetime Achievment Award.
Bappi Lahiri and the ever-green Poonam Dhillon arrive to present the award for Best Music. It went to A R Rehman for Guru.
The Best Lyrics Award was given by Minissha Lamba and Sanjay Gadhvi to Prasoon Joshi for Maa, the song from Taare Zameen Par.
Shreya Ghoshal got an award for Best Playback Singer (Female) for Barso Re, the song from Guru and the award was given by Arshad Warsi and Mukesh Bhatt.
Award for the Best Dialogue went to Imitiaz Ali for the movie Jab We Met. The award was presented by Madhur Bhandarkar and Aftab Shivdasani.
The gorgeous Karisma Kapoor and Ramesh Sippy came to present the Power Award which went to Yash and Aditya Chopra.
Award for the Best Screenplay went to Anurag Basu for Life In A Metro. Fardeen Khan did the honours of presenting the award.

Amol Gupte got the Best Story Award for Taare Zameen Par from Kunal Kohli and Kangana Ranaut.
Saif and SRK introduced their own in-formal awards known as the Na-Real Awards! And the Na-Real Award for Wardrobe Malfunction went to Vidya Balan for her look in Heyy Babyy.


Solitaire said...

Are you kidding me?
AAmir did not get the best actor award yet again?

Mez said...

Nice pics. From where u manage to get so many. Do take part in polls on my blog.

Sahefa said...

all of my fav got da award

Ravi said...

@Solitaire - Aamir got the Best Director Award, buddy!

You're forgetting that, he was not the main actor in that movie.

The main actor was Darsheel and Aamir was the Director, so obviously, he got the Best Director Award (which I knew right from the moment I saw TZP!)

Hope this info will cool you down :)

Take care!

Ravi said...

@Mez - Internet Zindabaad!!

I grab all this pics from various news portals, mam :)

Last couple of days, I was damn busy in developing a brand new site for my blog, Bollywood Buzz.

Within 24 hours, I'm gonna announce the opening of Bollywood Buzz on a new domain, so stay tuned in!!

Once me free, I would definitely visit your blog and participate in all the fun activities :)

And..thank you for dropping by, your visit is much appreciated!

Take care :)

Ravi said...

@Sahefa - 3 cheers from my side also!

Hip Hip....Hurray!!!!

Hip Hip....Hurray!!!!

Hip Hip....Hurray!!!!

Take care, buddy :)

c e e d y said...


cool pictures....but i just feel that it does not capture the entire industry...there are so many good actors who get unnoticed...

Ravi said...

@c e e d y - Very true, bud!

There is so much talent in film industry - as well as in India - which is un-noticed by all these so called Big Shots.

However, on a positive note, I feel that, unka be din jaldi aayega :)

Time never remains same for anyone.

If you're passionate about what you do, have self-confidence and a burning desire to excel in your expertise, then I'm sure nothing is i-m-possible!!

As you can see, in the word impossible, we can see I M Possible :)

Take care!

c e e d y said...

yes very true...and i guess for those "If you're passionate about what you do" - these awards dont matter - its more of a spiritual journey....

I M Possible :)

Ravi said...

@c e e d y - Well said, bro :)

Take care!

Solitaire said...

Then he should have gotten the "best supporting actor" award!!


Did the little boy get any awards?

Ravi said...

@Solitaire - Darsheel got the Critics Award for the Best Actor.