Aishwarya, Jackman bag top honours at FICCI Frames Awards

Mumbai: Bollywood`s international face Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan and Hollywood star Hugh Jackmanhave bagged the top honours at the FICCI Frames Awards here.

Jackman, known for his role as `Wolverine` in the popular `X Men` series, received FICCI Frames Excellence International Honour, while Aishwarya got the Decade of Global Achievement Honour for her accomplishments in Hindi cinema at the award function held on Friday night.

"It is a huge honour and I am grateful to FICCI for giving me this award. I am humbled,"Aishwarya said.

Shahrukh Khan-starrer `My Name Is Khan` and Salman Khan`s `Dabangg` continued their award-winning spree at FICCI Frames also.

`Dabangg` bagged two awards, including the Best Film of the year. Its actor Sonakshi Sinha was adjudged the Best Debutant (Female).

Shahrukh received the Best Actor award for `My Name is Khan`, while Karan Johar took home the Best Director trophy for the same film.

"The award is special to me," King Khan said.

For the second time, Vidya Balan walked away with the Best Actress award at the event, this time for her performance in `Ishqiya`.

One of the highlights of the event was when Vidya, Shahrukh and Jackman shook a leg together on stage.

The Best Debutant Award (Male) was won by Ranveer Singh for his performance in `Band Baaja Baarat`. Maneesh Sharma got the Best Debut Director trophy for the same film.