Filmfare Awards - Filmfare Awards - Best Female Critics - Priyanka Chopra


The Best Actor Female Critics Award of the year goes to Actress Priyanka Chopra for her brilliant acting in Vishal Bharadwaj's film Saat Khoon Maaf. "A true celebration of excellence in Indian Cinema, the 57th Idea Filmfare Awards 2011 in Mumbai on the 19th February 2012 was a larger than life spectacle; a glorious representation of its legacy of over five decades. Through the years, Filmfare has become the most awaited event in the industry. It was a night to be remembered as everyone looked on with pride and admiration at the coveted Black Lady was presented to the deserving winners. With a slew of performances by the biggest names in filmdom, the annual Idea Filmfare Awards is now an extravagant gala of glitz, glamour, excitement and entertainment. This year, the Filmfare Awards was hosted by the King Khan Shahrukh Khan and the charming Ranbir Kapoor who bought the house down with their wit and humour. There were power packed performances with the beautiful Kareena Kapoor, vivacious Priyanka Chopra, charming Deepika Padukone and the sizzling Rakhi Sawant setting the stage on fire. The newly wedded star couple Ritesh Deshmukh and Genelia D'Souza performed on the evergreen Pehla Nasha while SRK brought back his Dilwale days dancing to Mehendi Laga Ke Rakhna . Zindagi Na Miley Dobara took away the award for the Best Movie while Rockstar Ranbir won the Best Actor Award. Vidya Balan with her "ooh La la" performance won the Best Actress award"

Ranbir Kapoor

‘Tamasha’ mints in Rs 24.04 cr in two days

Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone’s ‘Tamasha’ earned Rs 24.04 cr in two days. Released across 2100 screens in India and 571 screens overseas, ‘Tamasha’ opened with mixed reviews but Ranbir Kapoor  and Deepika Padukone’s performance were well appreciated.

Box-office: Ranbir, Deepika's ‘Tamasha' opens with a bang

Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone’s ‘Tamasha’, directed by Imtiaz Ali opened to a great start. The film hit the theatres on Friday and did an excellent collection at the box-office on the opening day. Released in over 2100 screens in India, ‘Tamasha’ opened to a mixed reviews and registered open