‘Dabangg’ bags maximum nominations for Zee Cine Awards 2011
Last Updated: Friday, January 14, 2011, 15:59
  

Spicezee Bureau

Delhi: The entire B-town glitterati is set to come out in full force for the Zee Cine Awards, the grandest Bollywood award event of the year. And it’s none other than Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha starrer ‘Dabangg’ that is leading the list with 17 nominations to its name. The film has been nominated in several top categories including the best film, best actor, best female debutant and best film categories. But it’s not Salman alone who is heading the nomination race, Hrithik and Aishwarya starrer ‘Guzzarish’ too has emerged a tough contender.

The awards show is the grandest tribute paid to the world`s largest film industry and which has been attracting the stalwarts of India cinema right from its inception in 1998.

Bollywood’s biggest extravaganza, ZCA 2011 introduces dashing Akshay Kumar as the host for the first time along with the very witty Sajid Khan promising the audiences the most exciting & fun-filled evening ever!

Let’s look at the list of nominations for Zee Cine Awards 2011:

Best Actor Male

•Ajay Devgn – ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’
•Hrithik Roshan – ‘Guzaarish’
•Ranbir Kapoor – ‘Raajneeti’
•Salman Khan – ‘Dabangg’
•Shah Rukh Khan – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Akshay Kumar – ‘Housefull’


Best Actor Female

•Aishwarya Rai – ‘Guzaarish’
•Anushka Sharma – ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’
•Deepika Padukone – ‘Break Ke Baad’
•Kajol – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Kareena Kapoor – ‘Golmaal 3’
•Vidya Balan – ‘Ishqiya’
•Katrina Kaif – ‘Raajneeti’

Best Film of the Year

•’Dabangg’
•’Golmaal 3’
•’My Name Is Khan’
•’Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’
•’Peepli [Live]’
•’Raajneeti’

Best Director

•Abhinav Kashyap – ‘Dabangg’
•Karan Johar – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Milan Luthria – ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’
•Prakash Jha – ‘Raajneeti’
•Sajid Khan – ‘Housefull’
•Sanjay Leela Bhansali – ‘Guzaarish’

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa – Song of the Year

•‘Bin Tere’ – ‘I Hate Luv Storys’
•‘Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji’ – ‘Ishqiya’
•‘Munni Badnaam Hui’ – ‘Dabangg’
•‘Pee Loon’ – ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’
•‘Sajdaa’ – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ – ‘Tees Maar Khan’

Best Music:

•‘Sajid-Wajid – ‘Dabangg’
•Pritam – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Pritam – ‘Golmaal 3’
•Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy – ‘Karthik Calling Karthik’
•Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy – ‘Housefull’
•Vishal-Shekhar – ‘Tees Maar Khan’

Best Singer (Male):

•Sonu Nigam – Tees Maar Khan – ‘Tees Maar Khan’
•Rahat Fateh Ali Khan – Tere Mast – ‘Dabangg’
•Mohit Chauhan – Pee Loon – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Shafqat Amanat Ali – ‘Bin Tere’ – ‘I Hate Luv Storys’
•Daler Mehndi – Zor Ka Jhatka – ‘Action Replayy’
•Rahat Fateh Ali Khan – Sajda- ‘MNIK’

Best Singer (Female):

•Mamta Sharma -Munni Badnaam – ‘Dabangg’
•Tulsi Kumar – Tum Jo Aaye Zindagi Mein – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Sunidhi Chauhan – Shiela ki jawani – ‘Tees Maar Khan’
•Antara Mitra – Bheegi Si Bhaagi Si – ‘Raajneeti’
•‘ Richa Sharma – Zor Ka Jhatka – ‘Action Replayy’
•Shreya Ghoshal – Chori Kiya re – ‘Dabangg’

Best Lyrics:

•Faiz Anwar – Tere Mast – ‘Dabangg’
•Irshad Kamil – Pee Loon – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Niranjan Iyengar – Sajda – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Irshad Kamil – Tum Jo Aaye Zindagi Mein –‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Vishal Dadlani – Shiela ki jawani – ‘Tees Maar Khan’
•Sameer – Mora Piya – ‘Raajneeti’

Best Debute (Male):

•Ali Zafar – ‘Tere Bin Laden’
•Aditya Narayan – ‘Shaapit’
•Luv Sinha – ‘Sadiyaan’
•Meiyang Chang – ‘Badmaash Company’
•Vir Das – ‘Badmaash Company’
•‘ Ranveer Singh – ‘Band Baaja Barat’

Best Debute (Female):

•Barbara Mori – ‘Kites’
•Trisha Krishnan – ‘Khatta Meetha’
•Zarine Khan – ‘Veer’
•Monikangana Dutta – ‘Guzaarish’
•Ferena Wazeir – ‘Sadiyaan’
•Sonakshi Sinha – ‘Dabangg’

Best Supporting Role (Male):

•Naseeruddin Shah – ‘Ishqiya’
•Mithun Chakrabothy – ‘Golmaal 3’
•Arbaaz Khan – ‘Dabangg’
•Nana Patekar – ‘Raajneeti’
•Emraan Hashmi – ‘Once Up On Times in Mumbai’
•Akshaye Khanna – ‘Tees Maar Khan’

Best Supporting Role (Female):

•Kangna Ranaut – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Lara Dutta – ‘HouseFull’
•Prachi Desai – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Kareena Kapoor – ‘We Are Family’
•Dimple Kapadia – ‘Dabangg’
•Ratna Pathak – ‘Golmaal 3’

Best Comic Role (Male and Female):

•Shreyas Talpade – ‘Golmaal 3’
•Paresh Rawal – ‘Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge’
•Ritesh Deshmukh – ‘HouseFull’
•Pradhuman Singh Mall – ‘Tere Bin Laden’
•Omkar Das Manikpuri – ‘Peepli Live’
•Johny Lever – ‘Golmaal 3’
•Tusshar Kapoor – ‘Golmaal 3’

Best Villon Role (Male and Female):
•Abhimanyu Singh – ‘Rakht Charitra’
•Sonu Sood – ‘Dabangg’
•Manoj Bajpai – ‘Raajneeti’
•Paresh Rawal – ‘Aakrosh’
•Abhishekh Bhachchan – ‘Raavan’
•Salman Shahid – ‘Ishqiya’

Best Story:

•Karan Johar / Shibani Bathija – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Rajat Arora – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Sanjay Chauhan / Piyush Mishra – ‘Lahore’
•Maneesh Sharma – ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’
•Prakash Jha – ‘Raajneeti’
•Dileep Shukla / Abhinav Kashyap – ‘Dabangg’
•Ashutosh Gowariker – ‘Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey’

Best Debute Director:

•Abhishek Chaubey – ‘Ishqiya’
•Parmeet Sethi – ‘Badmaash Company’
•Punit Malhotra – ‘I Hate Luv Storys’
•Siddharth Malhotra – ‘We Are Family’
•Abhinav Kashyap – ‘Dabangg’
•Maneesh Sharma – ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’

Best Jodi:

•Salman Khan – Sonakshi Sinha
•Akshay Kumar – Katrina Kaif
•Ranbir Kapoor – Katrina Kaif
•Ranbir Kapoor – Priyanka Chopada
•Shahrukh khan – Kajol
•Akshay Kumar – Aishwarya Rai

Best Cinematography:

•Mahesh Limaye – ‘Dabangg’
•Ravi K. Chandran – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Sachin Kumar Krishnan – ‘Raajneeti’
•Aseem Mishra – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•P. S. Vinod – ‘Tees Maar Khan’

Best Editing:

•Deepa Bhatia – ‘My Name Is Khan’
•Pranav V Dhiwar – ‘Dabangg’
•Santosh Mandal – ‘Raajneeti’
•Akiv Ali – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Shirish Kunder – ‘Tees Maal Khan’

Best Song of the Year:

•Tere Mast – ‘Dabangg’
•Shiela ki jawani – ‘Tees Maar Khan’
•Munni Badnaam – ‘Dabangg’
•Pee Loon – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’
•Aap Ka Kya Hoga (Dhanno) – ‘HouseFull’

Critics Awards:

•Best Film : – ‘Raajneeti’
•Best Direction : – Prakash Jha – ‘Raajneeti’
•Best Actress : – Vidya Balan – ‘Ishqiya’
•Best Actor : – Ajay Devgan – ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’


First Published: Friday, January 14, 2011, 15:59



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