Screen Awards 2015 Nominations

The list of nominations for Life Ok Screen Awards 2015 is out. The nominations for the Best Actor award are Aamir Khan (PK), Hrithik Roshan (Bang Bang), Varun Dhawan (Humpty Sharma), Shahrukh Khan (Happy New Year), Shahid Kapoor (Haider), Sanjay Mishra (Ankhon Dekhi) and Randeep Hooda (Highway). The popular actors to miss out are Salman Khan (Kick) and Akshay Kumar (Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty).

Moving on to the Best Actress Screen Award nominations, Parineeti Chopra (a highly underrated performance of 2014) gets her well-deserved nomination. Deepika Padukone has been nominated for Finding Fanny, Kangana Ranaut for Queen, Rani for Mardaani, Priyanka for Mary Kom and Alia for Highway.

The leading contenders for the Best Director will be Rajkumar Hirani (PK), Vishal Bhardwaj (Haider) and Vikas Bahl (Queen).

Queen has received 10 nominations, Haider – Mardaani – Highway all get 8 nominations each, Kick has 7, PK has just 3 (surprisingly the film hasn’t been nominated for Best Screenplay, supporting roles, lyrics or background score – we thought the background music lifted several scenes in the film).  Happy New Year gets 5 nominations, Mary Kom gets 7,  Ugly (a film that not many watched) has 8 nominations and 7 for Ankhon Dekhi.

Screen Awards 2015 Best Actor (Male)

  • Aamir Khan – PK
  • Randeep Hooda – Highway
  • Hrithik Roshan – Bang Bang
  • Varun Dhawan – Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya
  • Sanjay Mishra – Ankhon Dekhi
  • Shah Rukh Khan – Happy New Year
  • Shahid Kapoor – Haider

Screen Awards 2015 Best Actor (Female)

  • Alia Bhatt – Highway
  • Deepika Padukone – Finding Fanny
  • Parineeti Chopra – Hasee Toh Phasee
  • Priyanka Chopra – Mary Kom
  • Kangana Ranaut – Queen
  • Rani Mukerji – Mardaani

Screen Awards 2015 Best Director

  • Rajkumar Hirani – PK
  • Anurag Kashyap – Ugly
  • Imtiaz Ali – Highway
  • Vishal Bhardwaj – Haider
  • Vikas Bahl – Queen
  • Rajat Kapoor – Ankhon Dekhi

Screen Awards 2015 Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)

  • Darshan Kumar – Mary Kom
  • Girish Kulkarni – Ugly
  • Inaamulhaq – Filmistaan
  • Rajkummar Rao – Queen
  • Vineet Kumar Singh – Ugly

Screen Awards 2015 Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)

  • Dimple Kapadia – Finding Fanny
  • Lisa Haydon – Queen
  • Seema Pahwa – Ankhon Dekhi
  • Tabu – Haider
  • Tejaswini Kolhapure – Ugly

Screen Awards 2015 Best Actor in a Negative Role (Male)

  • Kay Kay Menon – Haider
  • Manav Kaul – CityLights
  • Riteish Deshmukh – Ek Villain
  • Tahir Raj Bhasin – Mardaani
  • Vijay Raaz – Dedh Ishqiya

Best Actor in a Negative Role (Female)

  • Huma Qureshi – Dedh Ishqiya
  • Juhi Chawla – Gulaab Gang
  • Madhuri Dixit Nene – Dedh Ishqiya
  • Mona Ambegaonkar – Mardaani

Most Promising Newcomer (Male)

  • Armaan Jain – Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
  • Darshan Kumar – Mary Kom
  • Freddy Daruwala – Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty
  • Sasho Satiiysh Saarathy – Manjunath
  • Tahir Raj Bhasin – Mardaani
  • Tiger Shroff – Heropanti

Most Promising Newcomer (Female)

  • Kiara Advani – Fugly
  • Kriti Sanon – Heropanti
  • Niharika Singh – Miss Lovely
  • Patralekha – CityLights

Most Promising Debut Director

  • Abhishek Varman (2 States)
  • Nitin Kakkar – Filmistaan
  • Omung Kumar – Mary Kom
  • Sajid Nadiadwala – Kick
  • Sandeep A Varma – Manjunath

Best Ensemble cast

  • Ankhon Dekhi
  • Dedh Ishqiya
  • Finding Fanny
  • Haider
  • Mardaani

Best Music

  • A R Rahman – Highway
  • Amit Trivedi – Queen
  • Himesh Reshammiya, Meet Bros Anjjan, Yo Yo Honey Singh – Kick
  • Mithoon & Ankit Tiwari – Ek Villain
  • Pritam Chakraborty, Mithoon, Yo Yo Honey Singh and Arko Pravo Mukherjee – Yaariyan
  • Vishal-Shekhar – Happy New Year

Best Playback Singer (Male)

  • Ankit Tiwari – “Galliyan” (Ek Villain)
  • Arijit Singh – “Main tenu samjhawan” (Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania) and “Muskurane ki wajah” (CityLights)
  • Labh Janjua – “London thumakda” (Queen)
  • Mika Singh – “Jumme ki raat” (Kick)

Best Playback Singer (Female)

  • Jasmine Sandlas – “Mar jawaan” (Kick)
  • Jyoti and Sultana Nooran – “Patakha guddi” (Highway)
  • Kanika Kapoor – “Baby doll” (Raagini MMS 2) and “Lovely” (Happy New Year)
  • Rekha Bhardwaj – “Hamari atariya” (Dedh Ishqiya)

Best Screenplay

  • Sandeep A Varma – Manjunath
  • Gopi Puthran, S Hussain Zaidi, Vibha Singh – Mardaani
  • Saiwyn Quadras – Mary Kom
  • Vikas Bahl, Chaitali Parmar, Parvez Shaikh – Queen
  • Anurag Kashyap – Ugly

Best Actor (Male / Female) in a Comic Role

  • Abhishek Bachchan – Happy New Year
  • Boman Irani – Bhoothnath Returns
  • Govinda – Happy Ending
  • Sandhya Mridul – Ragini MMS 2
  • Sharib Hashmi – Filmistaan

Best Child Artiste

  • Anshika Shrivastava – Ugly
  • Chinmaya Agrawal – Queen
  • Parth Bhalerao – Bhoothnath Returns
  • Partho Gupte, Ashfaque Bismillah Khan, Salman Chhote Khan, Maaman Memon,Tirupathi Krishnapelli
  • Hawaa Hawaai

Best Background Score

  • A. R. Rahman – Highway
  • Julius Packiam – Kick and Mardaani
  • Raju Singh – Ek Villain
  • Rohit Kulkarni – Mary Kom

Best Lyrics

  • Amitabh Bhattacharya – “Zehnaseeb” (Hasee Toh Phasee)
  • Irshad Kamil – “Pataka guddi” (Highway)
  • Kausar Munir – “Suno na sangmarmar” (Youngistaan)
  • Kumaar – “Main tenu samjhawan” (Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania)
  • Mithoon – “Banjara” (Ek Villain)
  • Rashmi Singh – “Muskurane ki wajah” (CityLights)

Best Story

  • Abhijat Joshi, Rajkumar Hirani – PK
  • Ashim Ahluwalia – Miss Lovely
  • Nitin Kakkar – Filmistaan
  • Rajat Kapoor – Ankhon Dekhi
  • Ram Kumar Singh & Chandraprakash Dwivedi – Zed Plus

Best Editing

  • Abhijit Kokate and Anurag Kashyap – Queen
  • Aarti Bajaj – Highway, Ugly
  • Sanjib Datta – Mardaani
  • Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Rajesh G Pandey – Mary Kom

Best Cinematography

  • Anil Mehta – Finding Fanny
  • K U Mohanan – Miss Lovely
  • Rafey Mahmood – Ankhon Dekhi
  • Bobby Singh – Queen
  • Pankaj Kumar – Haider

Best Production design

  • Nitin Desai (Rang Rasiya)
  • Acropolis – Kick
  • Vivek Jadhav & Sukant Panigrahy – Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain
  • Subrata Chakraborty & Amit Ray – Haider
  • Tabasheer Zutshi – Miss Lovely

Best Choreography

  • Ahmed Khan – “Jumme ki raat” (Kick)
  • Bosco-Caesar – “Tu meri” (Bang Bang) and “Tu ne maari entriyaan” (Gunday)
  • Farah Khan and Geeta Kapoor – “Manwa lage” (Happy New Year)
  • Sudesh Adhana – “Bismil” (Haider)
  • Ganesh Acharya – “Whistle baja” (Heropanti)
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96 Comments

  • Good to see Varun got nomination fr best actor. dnt understand y dey nominate Sarook either evryone knw he dnt buy dis tym bst actor award so he paid for only nomination. waah ree kingu jiii




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  • please in what way does srk’s performances in hny better than akki in holiday and salman in kick. these awards are really unbelievable .Srk can appear in one scene and put his finger into his mouth and he will be nominated. They are literally worshiping him. I will only watch the award show that is honest enough and omit srk.No wonder aamir never attends. Several srk fans who are my friends cringe when they see these.




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  • Freddy Daruwala,the villain of Holiday gets the nomination for best newcomer..he was really pathetic in that film while Akshay Kumar is being ignored..

    Happy New Year did’nt desrved 5 nominations
    HNY did’nt deserved best music and best choreography category nominations even if i somehow agree with the inclusion of srk for the best actor award.




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  • Akki and Salman khan are deserve for nominations best actor.
    I’m no wonder because all fake awards for our richest star.




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  • Far Better than Stardust and Big star entertainment award and better than the star guild too.
    I would replace HNY music by BangBang music.

    Happy that Rekha Bharadwaj has been nominated for Hamari Atariya pe from Dedh Ishqiyaa. Best director catagory is almost perfect.




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  • Romance take:
    Best Actor (Male) Shah Rukh Khan – Happy New Year/Shahid Kapoor – Haider
    Best Actor (Female) Priyanka Chopra – Mary Kom/Kangana Ranaut – Queen
    Best Director Vishal Bhardwaj – Haider/Vikas Bahl – Queen
    Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) Rajkummar Rao – Queen
    Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female) Tabu – Haider
    Best Actor in a Negative Role (Male) Riteish Deshmukh – Ek Villain
    Best Actor in a Negative Role (Female) Madhuri Dixit Nene – Dedh Ishqiya
    Most Promising Newcomer (Male) Tiger Shroff – Heropanti
    Most Promising Newcomer (Female) Kriti Sanon – Heropanti
    Most Promising Debut Director
    Abhishek Varman (2 States)
    Best Ensemble cast
    Ankhon Dekhi
    Best Music Mithoon & Ankit Tiwari – Ek Villain
    Best Playback Singer (Male) Ankit Tiwari – “Galliyan” (Ek Villain)
    Best Playback Singer (Female) Kanika Kapoor – “Baby doll” (Raagini MMS 2) and “Lovely” (Happy New Year)
    Best Screenplay Vikas Bahl, Chaitali Parmar, Parvez Shaikh – Queen
    Best Actor (Male / Female) in a Comic Role
    Abhishek Bachchan – Happy New Year
    Best Child Artiste Parth Bhalerao – Bhoothnath Returns
    Best Background Score A. R. Rahman – Highway
    Best Lyrics Irshad Kamil – “Pataka guddi” (Highway)
    Best Story Rajat Kapoor – Ankhon Dekhi
    Best Editing
    Abhijit Kokate and Anurag Kashyap – Queen
    Best Cinematography Bobby Singh – Queen
    Best Production design Subrata Chakraborty & Amit Ray – Haider
    Best Choreography Farah Khan and Geeta Kapoor – “Manwa lage” (Happy New Year)




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  • @babaji
    one thing I want to tell u plz don’t care about awards….
    it hurt sometimes….
    skip it….
    just watch for fun…




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  • Agreed with the nominations…though I dont understand y organisers are scared of giving away the prizes to aamir.. if he doesnt accept. .its his will.
    Organisers should just play deir part honestly.
    i will go wid shahid kapoor followed by aamir foh best actor.
    Parineeti for hasee to phasi followed by kangana for queen.. I wasnt impressed much by rani..still the movie was good…havnt seen mary kom yet




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  • i agree with a. sanchez best movies i have seen in 2014 first kick second jai ho third holiday. pk had many faults in scripts and srk is worst choice in whole nomination. how can anybody like hny?




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  • I would replace SRK in hny by akki in Holiday. Is it always necessary to include “Big” over “better” . Look, Manwa lage choreography has been nominated. Also, I would Replace Mika Singh by Benny Dayal in BangBang title track or Sukhwindar Singh in Bismil.




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  • Bakwas bandkar… I know it’s all fake awards… In this country national awards and filmfare awards are genuine… Waiting for shamitabh…




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  • Can’t understand why MaryKom is getting so many nomnations in every award function!!!
    It was a strictly avg. film..
    Every biopic film made is’nt a great one,I hope the jury get this in their brain.




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  • @Nipun: You tell you are not biased towards Hrithik and you always give your honest opinion but many times I feel you are too much biased towards Hrithik.
    First let me clear one thing that I’m not a Hrithik hater and I respect him as much as you do.
    Coming to the article, can you tell me one reason , in what aspect Bang Bang music is better than HNY??
    On other day , some other article was there, for best actor/actress nomination. There also you told SRK doesn’t deserve to be in the list .
    For me, both SRK and Hrithik doesn’t deserve to be nominated in any category and so is Salman. They had nothing much to do in their respective roles instead of some fight scenes and some dance sequences. We had many spectacular performances this year including Amir in PK and Shahid in Haider. As an SRK fan I’m accepting it publically that SRK doesn’t deserve to be nominated, still I don’t know why his name is there under nominations. But I have the same view about Hrithik also. And you know, what proves your biasedness towards Hrithik??
    When both SRK and Hrithik are there in the list , but you only raise your eyebrows for SRK’s presence, that proves everything .




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