PIX: Gully Boy makes history at the Filmfare Awards

<pre><pre>PIX: Gully Boy makes history at the Filmfare Awards

The 65th Filmfare Awards were held in Assam and moved away from Mumbai for the first time in the history of the event.

Zoya Akhtars Gully boy has made history and won unprecedented 13 statutes – most for each film at a Filmfare awards ceremony – including the big winners Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt, who won the trophies for best actor.

Scenes from the award ceremony:

Alia Bhatt, Best Actor in a Leading Role (female) for her role as a warlike safeen in Gully boylooks beautiful in pink.

Your co-star in several films, Varun Dhawan, gave away the trophy.

Madhuri Dixit awarded the trophy "Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male)" Ranveer Singh who stole the show as wannabe rapper Murad Gully boy,

The award for the best actor in a supporting role (male) went up Siddhant Chaturvediwho played McSher Gully boy,

Murad and McSher celebrate with Safeena. On the left is Amruta Subhash, who played Murad's mother Razia Ahmed Gully boy and won the Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female).

The award for best actress (critic) was shared by Bhumi Pednekar and Taapsee Pannu to the Saand Ki Aankh,

Ranveer awarded the award.

Ayushmann Khurrana won the Best Actor (Critic) award for his role as a police officer with conscience at Anubhav Sinha Article 15,

Ayushmann also appeared at the awards.

Aditya Dhar won the Best Debut Director Award for Uri: The surgical strike,

The best debut actor went to Abhimanyu Dassani to the Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, His mother Bhagyashree congratulates him.