28th Filmfare Awards

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28th Filmfare Awards
Date 1981
Site Bombay
Best Film Khubsoorat
Most awards Aakrosh (6)
Most nominations Thodisi Bewafaai & Insaf Ka Tarazu (9)

The 28th Filmfare Awards were held in 1981. Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Khoobsurat won the Best Film Award, but it was Govind Nihalani's directorial debut Aakrosh that was the biggest winner on the night, including the Best Director trophy for Nihalani, with his first film as director. Naseeruddin Shah and Om Puri won Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, respectively, for their spellbinding performances in Aakrosh.

Main awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]


Best Director[edit]

Govind NihalaniAakrosh

Best Actor[edit]

Naseeruddin ShahAakrosh

Best Actress[edit]


Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Om PuriAakrosh

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Padmini KolhapureInsaaf Ka Tarazu

Best Comic Actor[edit]

Keshto MukherjeeKhoobsurat

Best Story[edit]

AakroshVijay Tendulkar

Best Screenplay[edit]

AakroshVijay Tendulkar

Best Dialogue[edit]

Insaaf Ka Tarazu – Shabd Kumar

Best Music[edit]


Best Lyrics[edit]

Thodisi BewafaiGulzar for Hazaar Rahein Mud Ke

Best Playback Singer, Male[edit]

Thodisi BewafaiKishore Kumar for Hazaar Rahein Mud Ke

Best Playback Singer, Female[edit]

QurbaniNazia Hassan for Aap Jaisa Koi

Best Art Direction[edit]


Best Cinematography[edit]


Best Editing[edit]

Insaaf Ka Tarazu

Best Sound[edit]


Critics' awards[edit]

Best Film[edit]

Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai

Best Documentary[edit]

They Call Me Chamar

Biggest Winners[edit]



See also[edit]