15th Filmfare Awards

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The 15th Filmfare Awards were held in 1968, celebrating the best in Hindi cinema in 1967. Manoj Kumar's patriotic drama Upkar was the biggest winner on the night, winning 7 awards, 4 for Manoj Kumar, including Best Film and Best Director. The smash hit 'Mere Desh Ki Dharti' from the film also won awards for its lyricist and singer.

Main awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]

Upkar

Best Director[edit]

Manoj KumarUpkar

Best Actor[edit]

Dilip KumarRam Aur Shyam

Best Actress[edit]

NutanMilan

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

PranUpkar

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

JamunaMilan

Best Comic Actor[edit]

Om Prakash – Dus Lakh

Best Story[edit]

UpkarManoj Kumar

  • Aasra – Pratibha Bose
  • Mehrbaan – Asha Poorna Devi

Best Dialogue[edit]

UpkarManoj Kumar

Best Music[edit]

MilanLaxmikant-Pyarelal

Best Lyrics[edit]

UpkarGulshan Bawra for Mere Desh Ki Dharti

Best Playback Singer, Male[edit]

HamraazMahendra Kapoor for Neele Gagan Ke Tale

Best Playback Singer, Female[edit]

Dus Lakh – Asha Bhosle for Gharibon Ki Suno

Best Art Direction, B&W[edit]

Taqdeer

Best Art Direction, Color[edit]

Chandan Ka Palna

Best Cinematography, B&W[edit]

Baharon Ke Sapne

Best Cinematography, Color[edit]

Hamraaz

Best Sound[edit]

Jewel Thief

Critics' awards[edit]

Best Documentary[edit]

India '67

Biggest Winners[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]