Here is the list of 54 Idea Filmfare Awards 2009:
Best Movie: Jodha Akbar
Best Director: Ashutosh Gowarikar for Jodha Akbar
Best Actor in a Leading role (Male): Hrithik Roshan for Jodha Akbar
Best Actor in a Leading role (Female): Priyanka Chopra for Fashion
Best Actor in Supporting Role (Male): Arjun Rampal for Rock On!
Best Actor in Supporting Role (Female): Kangana Ranaut for Fashion
Best Actress: Sahana Goswami for Rock On!
Best Actor: Manjit Singh for Oye Lucky! Lucy Oye!
Best Jury Award: Nishikant Kamat for Mumbai Meri Jaan
Special jury mention to Prateik Babbar and Purab Kohli for Jaane tu ... and Rock on! respectively
Best Music Director: A R Rahman for Jaane tu ya Jaane Na)
Best Lyrics: Javed Akhtar for Jashn-e-Bahara (Jodha Akbar )
Best Playback Singer (Male): Sukhwinder Singh for Haule haule (Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi)
Best Playback Singer (Female): Shreya Ghoshal for Teri ore... (Singh is Kinng)
R D Burman Upcoming Talent: Benny Dayal for Ghajini
Best Story: Abhishek Kapoor for Rock On!
Best Screenplay: Yogendra Vinayak Joshi, Upendra Sidhaye for Mumbai Meri Jaan
Best Dialogue: Manu Rishi for Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!
Best Background Score: A R Rahman for Jodha Akbar
Best Costume : Manoshi Nath for Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!
Best Cinematography: Jason West for Rock On!
Best Sound Design: Vinod Subramanyam for Rock On!
Best Choreography : Longines for Pappu Can’t Dance Sala . ( Jaane Tu...)
Best Editing: Amit Pawar for Mumbai Meri Jaan
Best Production Design: Vandan Kataria and Monica Angelica Bhowmick for Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!
Best Action: Peter Hein for Ghajini
Best Visual Effects Award: John Deitz for Love Story 2050
Best Sensational Debut (Male): Farhan Akhtar and Imraan Khan
Best Sensational Debut (Female): Asin Thottumkal for Ghajini
Sony Filmfare Best Scene Award: Rab Ne Bana di Jodi
Lifetime Achievement Award :Bhanu Athaiya, Om Puri
Things that we do not agree with Filmfare Awards 2009:
1. A Wednesday did not get a single award at Filmfare Awards 2009, in spite of being the most under-rated movie that stood out all guns. Most would agree that A Wednesday deserved awards for the best script(this was really an original story), best dialogue and best actor in a critics's role to Naseeruddin Shah.
2. Paresh Rawal has arguably given his career best performance in Mumbai Meri Jaan. Sad that he was even nominated!
3. Why has Filmfare scrapped the 'Best Actor/Actress in Comic Role'? What if you have someone excelling in a tragic or serious role, and the other doing absolutely amazing in a comic role? Shoudn't the actor playing comedy deserve better? People like Rajpal Yadav, Paresh Rawal will be side-lined if they scrape the comic role awards. This year, Abhishek Bachchan had a chance to win for his funny act in Dostana.
4. The best male singer awards which went to Sukhvinder for 'Haule Haule' is a suspect. Songs like 'Zara Si" from K.K for Jannat, Pehli Nazar from Atif Aslam for Race and 'Kabhi Kabhi Aditi' from Rashid Ali for Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na were far more popular in terms of music and singing. May be Sukhvinder won it as a consolation because he missed going to the Oscars. Let us honor him here instead, if he couldn't go to Hollywood,isn't it?
5. Hrithik Roshan's was a critically acclaimed role, not a popular one. He should have got the Best Actor critics award. In the popularity polls for best actor of 2008, 44 percent voted for Shahrukh Khan, 41 percent for Aamir Khan and just 8 percent for Hrithik Roshan. It goes without question that popular performances were of SRK(Rab Ne) and Aamir Khan(Ghajini). Both of them saved the industry from incurring huge losses at recession. It is useless giving awards to Aamir Khan because he cares a fig for these awards. You can't give it to SRK every year, so it is better to give Hrithik the best actor (popular) award.