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Well-deserving! 'Bajirao Mastani' is the best film of the year according to Filmfare

New Delhi: Every artist in Bollywood has their eye on the black lady. They all want to take one home some day. Today, one such dream has come true.The 61st Filmfare Awards for the Best
India TV Entertainment Desk January 16, 2016 4:11 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

New Delhi: Every artist in Bollywood has their eye on the black lady. They all want to take one home some day. Today, one such dream has come true.

The 61st Filmfare Awards for the Best Film has been bagged by Bajirao Mastani.Our heartiest congratulations to the entire team for winning this honour. It was well-deserved.

Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali's most ambitious project turned out to be a crowd pleaser. The love story of Peshwa Bajirao and Mastani left everybody speechless. Ranveer Singh gave his career best performance in this film.

There were five other contenders in the race, let's have a look at them-

Badlapur

With an unusual name this Sriram Raghavan directed film presented the chocolaty Varun Dhawan in a completely different avatar. It's gripping story and outstanding performances intrigued the audiences right till the end.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

The deadly duo of Salman Khan and Kabir Khan gave us one gem of a film. This heart-touching story of an Indian man who goes across the border to drop a Pakistani girl to her home won over everybody.

Talvar

Bringing out the haunting realities of the Aarushi Murder Case, this was indeed a brilliant piece of cinema. Coupled with Irrfan and Konkana's terrific performances the film was well-received by everybody.

Piku

Based on the subject of constipation, this Shoojit Sircar directed film was a fun riot. Audiences fell in love with the simplicity of the characters. Having tremendous repeat value, it was one of the finest films to come out of Bollywood ever.

Tanu Weds Manu Returns

Sequel of the much-loved ‘Tanu Weds Manu', this Kangana Ranaut-R. Madhavan starrer struck gold at the box-office. Offering complete entertainment to the audiences it was a run-away blockbuster