Mumbai, Feb 24 (UNI) Kareena Kapoor won the Best Actress award for ''Jab We Met'' and Shah Rukh Khan the Best actor award for his role as coach Kabir Khan in ''Chak De India'' at the 53rd Filmfare Awards here last night.
Aamir Khan won the Best Director award for ''Taare Zameen Par'', the film was also declared the best film, while Amol Gupte won the trophy for Best story in the same film.
Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor was conferred with the Lifetime achievement award while music director Monty Sharma bagged with the R D Burman award for his track in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film ''Saawariya''.
The Best screenplay award was given to Anurag Basu for the film ''Life in a metro''. Imtiaz Ali won award for the Best Dialogue in the film ''Jab We Met'', while ''Chak De'' won nation's for best Cinematography.
The other winners of the Filmfare award include newcomer Deepika Padukone, who won the Best Fresh Face award for her film ''Om Shanti Om'', while Ranbir Kapoor was given the Best New Comer award for ''Saawariya''. Irfan Khan and Konkona Sen Sharma won the Best supporting actor and Best Supporting actress respectively, for the film ''Life in a metro''.
Child actor Darsheel Safary won the Best actor (critics) award for his brilliant portrayal of Ishaan Awasthi a dyslexic child in ''Taare Zameen Par'', while Tabu won the best actress (critics) award for the film ''Cheeni Kum'', ''Chak De India'' won the best film critics award.
Musical maestro A R Rahman won the award for Best music in the Mani Rathnam's ''Guru'', Prasoon Joshi won it for Best Lyrics in the film ''Taare Zameen Par''. Among the playback singers Shreya Ghoshal won the Best female playback singer award, while Shaan won the Best male playback singer award for his song ''Jab Se Tere Naina'' in ''Saawariya''.
Saroj Khan won for Best choreography for the song ''Barso Re'' from ''Guru''.
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