68th Filmfare Awards

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The 68th Filmfare Awards is a ceremony, presented by The Times Group, honored the best Indian Hindi-language films of 2022.

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68th Filmfare Awards
Presented on27 April 2023
SiteJio World Centre, Mumbai
Hosted bySalman Khan,
Ayushmann Khurana
Maniesh Paul[1]
Organized byThe Times Group
Best FilmGangubai Kathiawadi
Badhaai Do
Most awardsGangubai Kathiawadi (10)
Most nominationsGangubai Kathiawadi (16)
Television coverage
NetworkColors TV

Gangubai Kathiawadi led the ceremony with 16 nominations, and won a leading 11 awards, including Best Film, Best Director (for Sanjay Leela Bhansali), Best Actress (for Alia Bhatt) and R. D. Burman Award (for Janhvi Shrimankar) for the song "Dholida".

Badhaai Do won six awards, including Best Film (Critics), Best Actor (for Rajkummar Rao), Best Actress (Critics) (for Bhumi Pednekar) and Best Supporting Actress (for Sheeba Chaddha), and Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva won five awards, including Best Music Director (for Pritam), Best Lyricist (for Amitabh Bhattacharya) and Best Male Playback Singer (for Arijit Singh), the latter two for the song "Kesariya".[2]

Sheeba Chaddha received dual nominations for Best Supporting Actress for her performances in Badhaai Do and Doctor G, winning the award for the former.