67th Filmfare Awards 2022: Full nominations list, winners, venue and more


The black lady of Filmfare honoured many actors, directors, musicians and artists on Tuesday night with the best awards. From Vicky Kaushal’s critically acclaimed Sardar Udham to Siddharth Malhotra-starrer Shershaah, every good movie got recognized.

Although Bollywood is not the only film industry in India, it has a huge fan base nationally and globally, making it a popular choice. India is the largest and oldest producer of films and organizes national events to recognize the best films and commercialize the cinema. In the 67th edition of Filmfare awards., many top films and actors were recognized for their work.

Sardar Udham was the best critically acclaimed film, and Shershaah was the best film in the popular category. bagged the best actor (critics) while Ranveer Singh’s portrayal of also gathered a huge round of applause. Directors, writers, artists and everyone’s work got recognized with more than 25 categories of awards.

The event was associated with Wolf777news, which was also a title partner of many grand award events.It was organized on August 30, Tuesday at Mumbai’s Jio World Convention Centre in Bandra Kurla Complex.

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2022: Winners list

Here is the list of award winners at the 67th 2022. While some names are new, a few renowned names also got their much-deserved recognition.



Best Film (Popular)


Best Director

Vishnuvardhan (Shershaah)

Best Screenplay

Shubendu Bhattacharya (Sardar Udham)

Best Debut Director

Seema Pahwa (Ramprasad ki Tehrvi)

Best Dialogue

Dibakar Banerjee and Varun Grover (Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar)

Best Story

Abhishek Kapoor, Supratik Sen, and Tushar Paranjape(Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui)

Best Actor Debut

Ehan Bhat (99 songs)

Best Actress Debut

Sharvari Wagh (Bunty aur Babli 2)

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Ranveer Singh (83),

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Sai Tamhankar (Mimi)

Best Playback Singer (Male)

B Praak (Mann Bharryaa – Shershaah)

Best choreography

Vijay Ganguly (Atrangi Re)

Best Background score

Shantanu Moitra (Sardar Udham)

Best cinematography

Avik Mukhopadhyay (Sardar Udham)

Best action

Stefan Richter and Suneil Rodrigues (Shershaah)

Best VFX

Superb/BOJP Main Road Post NY VFXWAALA Edit Fx Studios (Sardar Udham)

Best Production Design

Mansi Dhruv Mehta and Dmitri Malich (Sardar Udham)

Best Sound Design

Dipankar Chaki and Nihar Ranjan Samal (Sardar Udham)

Best Editing

A Sreekar Prasad(Shershaah)

Best Costume

Vira Kapoor EE (Sardar Udham)

Best Lyrics

Kausar Munir (Lehra Do – 83)

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Kriti Sanon (Mimi)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role


Best Playback Singer (Female)

Asees Kaur (Raataan Lambiyan – Shershaah)

Best Music Album

Tanishk Bagchi, B Praak, Jaani, Jasleen Royal, Javed-Mohsin and Vikram Montrose (Shershaah)

Best Film (Critics’)

Sardar Udham (Shoojit Sircar)

Best Actor (Critics’)

Vicky Kaushal (Sardar Udham)

Best Actress (Critics’)

Vidya Balan (Sherni)

2022: Full nominations list

Though a lot of well-acclaimed films did not make the list, here is the full list of nominations for best films, music and actors:



Best Film

Sardar Udham, Rashmi Rocket, Shershaah, Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi

Best Director

Akarsh Khurana (Rashmi Rocket), Kabir Khan (83), Seema Pahwa (Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi), Shoojit Sircar (Sardar Udham), Vishnuvardhan (Shershaah)

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Dhanush (Atrangi Re), (83), (Sardar Udham), Sidharth Malhotra (Shershaah)

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Kangana Ranaut (Thalaivii), Kiara Advani (Shershaah), Parineeti Chopra (Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar), Taapsee Pannu (Rashmi Rocket), Kriti Sanon (Mimi), Vidya Balan (Sherni)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Kirti Kulhari (The Girl on the Train), Neena Gupta (Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar), Sai Tamhankar (Mimi), Konkona Sen Sharma (Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi), Meghna Malik (Saina)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Abhishek Banerjee (Rashmi Rocket), Manav Kaul (Saina), Paran Bandhopadhyay (Bob Biswas), Raj Arjun (Thalaivii), (83), (Mimi)

Best Playback Singer (Male)

Arijit Singh (Lehra Do – 83), Arijit Singh (Rait Zara Si – Atrangi Re), B Praak (Mann Bharryaa – Shershaah), Devenderpal Singh (Lakeeran – Haseen Dillruba), Zubin Nautiyal (Raataan Lambiyan – Shershaah)

Best Playback Singer (Female)

Asees Kaur (Lakeeran – Haseen Dillruba), Neha Kakkar (Matlabi Yariyan – the Girl on the Train), Shreya Ghoshal (Param Sundari – Mimi), Priya Saraiya (Kalle Kalle – Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui), Shreya Ghoshal (Chaka Chak – Atrangi Re), Asees Kaur (Raataan Lambiyan – Shershaah)

Best Music Album

A R Rahman (Atrangi Re), A R Rahman (Mimi), Amaal Mallik (Saina), Amit Trivedi (Haseen Dillruba), Sachin-Jigar (Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui), Tanishk Bagchi, B Praak, Jaani, Jasleen Royal, Javed-Mohsin and Vikram Montrose (Shershaah)

Best Lyrics

Irshad Kamil (Rait Zara Si – Atrangi Re), Jaani (Mann Bharryaa 2.0 – Shershaah), Kausar Munir (Lehra Do – 83), Kshitij Patwardhan (Phisal Jaa Tu – Haseen Dillruba), Manoj Muntashir (Parinda – Saina), Tanishk Bagchi (Raataan Lambiyan – Shershaah)

Critics’ Awards -Best Film (Critics’)

Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi (Seema Pahwa), Sandeep Aur Pinky Farar (Dibakar Banerjee ), Sardar Udham (Shoojit Sircar), Sherni (Amit Masurkar)

Best Actor (Critics’)

Abhishek Bachchan (Bob Biswas), Pratik Gandhi (Bhavai), (83), (Sardar Udham), Vikrant Massey (Haseen Dillruba)

Best Actress (Critics’)

: Supriya Pathak (Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi), Taapsee Pannu (Haseen Dillruba), Vidya Balan (Sherni)

Filmfare awards 2022: Previous winners



Best Film


Best Film (Critics)

Prateek Vats (Eeb Allay Ooo!)

Best Director

Om Raut (Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior)

Best Actor in a Lead Role

Irrfan Khan (Angrezi Medium)

Best Actor (Critics)

(Gulabo Sitabo)

Best Actress in a Lead Role:

Taapsee Pannu (Thappad)

Best Actress (Critics)

Tillotama Shome (SIR)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)

Saif Ali Khan (Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)

Farrokh Jaffar (Gulabo Sitabo)

Best Story

Anubhav Sushila Sinha and Mrunamayee Lagoo Waikul (Thappad)

Best Screenplay

Rohena Gera (SIR)

Best Dialogues

Juhi Chaturvedi (Gulabo Sitabo)

Best Debut Director

Rajesh Krishnan (Lootcase)

Best Debut Female

Alaya F (Jawaani Jaaneman)

Best Music Album

Pritam (Ludo)

Best Lyrics

Gulzar (Chhappak)

Best Playback Singer (male)

Raghav Chaitanya – Ek Tukda Dhoop (Thappad)

Best Playback Singer (Female)

Asees Kaur (Malang)

Lifetime Achievement Award

Irrfan Khan.

Filmfare awards 2022: Where and how can you watch the awards ceremony?

The awards ceremony will be live telecast on Colors Cineplex and Colors on August 30. You can also live stream the show on Facebook.

The show will start at 6 pm in Mumbai, Maharashtra. This 6-hour long show can be enjoyed by booking tickets for Rs 3,500 per head.

Filmfare awards 2022: Who has won the most Filmfare awards?

Legendary Dilip Kumar aka Yusuf Khan and Shah Rukh Khan has won the Filmfare awards 8 times each since the inception of award show in 1954.
(Written by Zuhair Zaidi)

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