My Name is Khan shine at Filmfare Awards

(image) Mumbai: Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol bagged the best actor and actress trophy for their performances in `My Name is Khan` at the 56th Filmfare Awards.

Karan Johar was adjudged the best director for `My Name is Khan`, while Salman Khan-starrer `Dabangg was chosen the best film at the award function held here last night.

Kareena Kapoor received the best supporting actress award for her work in `We are Family`, while her uncle Rishi Kapoor bagged the best actor critics award for his performance in `Do Dooni Char`.

Ronit Roy received the best supporting actor trophy for `Udaan`. Vidya Balan bagged the best actress critics award for `Ishqiya`.

Sajid Wajid walked away with the best music composer honour for `Dabangg`. Farah Khan was adjudged the best choreographer for `Sheila Ki Jawani` (Tees Maar Khan). Best background score award went to Amit Trivedi for `Udaan`.

Veteran Gulzar received the `Best Lyricist` award for his song `Ibn-e-Batuta` fro `Ishiqya`.

Best debut awards went to Sonakshi Sinha (Dabangg), Ranveer Singh (Band Baja Baraat) and director Maneesh Sharma for `Bang Baja Baraat`.

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan flew down from Bhopal to receive a special award for his 40 years in the film industry.

Bachchan is shooting for `Arakshan` with Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan in the MP capital.

While Madhuri Dixit, who performed live with Shah Rukh for the first time, received a special award for her 25 years in the film industry, veteran singer Manna Dey was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award.