Chak De! India bags Best Film, 6 awards for TZP at Screen awards

MUMBAI: Chak De! India bagged the Best Film Award while Taare Zameen Par walked off with six key awards, including Best Director (Aamir Khan), Best Story (Amol Gupte), Best Child Actor (Darsheel), Best Lyricist (Prasoon Joshi), Best Dialogue and Best Supporting Actor (Aamir Khan) at the 14th Star Screen awards.

Aamir Khan won the Best Director Award for TZP jointly with Chak De! India helmsman Shimit Amin.

In the acting honours, Bollywood badshah Shah Rukh Khan bagged the Best Actor Award while Best Actress went to Kareena Kapoor for her role in Jab We Met.

AR Rahman was adjudged the Best Music Director for Guru. Shah Rukh Khan performed his Dard-e-Disco number from Om Shanti Om. Shahid Kapur, Katrina Kaif, Urmila Matondkar, Riteish Deshmukh and Dia Mirza performed to the year’s chartbusters. The awards were hosted by Sajid Khan.

Shah Rukh also won the honour of Best Pair along with Deepika Padukone, who also won the Best Newcomer award. The Best Newcomer (Male) Award went to Ranbir Kapoor. Irrfan Khan bagged the Best Comedian Award for Life…In a Metro while Anurag Basu won the Best Screenplay Award for the same film.

The Star Screen Lifetime Achievement Award went to Manoj Kumar. Pankaj Kapoor bagged the Award for Best Negative Role for Blue Umbrella while the Chak De! girls bagged the Best Supporting Role (female) award.

Soham won the Best Playback Singer (Male) for Life…In a Metro while Shreya Ghosal was adjudged Best Playback Singer (female) for Guru.

Nitin Desai took the Best Art Director award for Gandhi, my Father.

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