Dabaang picks up nine awards in the first GIFTH

MUMBAI: The Arbaaz Khan produced Dabaang was adjudged the best film of 2010 at the first Global India Film and Television Honours, organised by Balaji Motion Pictures.

The film also annexed eight other awards in the Best Lyrics, Best Soundtrack Composer, Best Playback Singer - Female, Best Track Of The Year, Colors Face Of The Year - Female, Most Promising New Director, Best Choreographer and Best Action Direction categories.

Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn shared the honours in the best actor in a lead role in the male category for their portrayal in My Name Is Khan and Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.

Vidya Sinha annexed the best actor award in a lead role in the female category for her performance in Ishqiya.

The best director award went to Rohit Shetty for Golmaal 3, while the honours in the best story category was shared by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap for Udaan.

While the award in the best actor in a supporting role (male category) was picked up by Arjun Rampal for his role in Raajneeti, the best actor in a supporting role (female award) went to Zarina Wahab for her portrayal in My Name Is Khan.

Sanjay Mishra bagged the award in the best performance in a comic role category for his role in Phass Gaya Re Obama while the award in the best performance in a negative role category was given to Ronit Roy for his role in Udaan.

Hrithik Roshan bagged the best actor (male) in a lead role jury award for Guzaarish, Neetu Singh did the same in the best actress in a lead role jury award (female) for Do Dooni Chaar.

Sonakshi Sinha was adjudged the Colors Face of the Year award for her role in Dabaang while Abhinav Singh Kashyap bagged the ‘Most Promising New Director‘ award for the same film.

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