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#IIFA2015 Winner’s List, Highlights of the event
The prestigious 16th IIFA Awards 2015 was s held yesterday, 07th June 2015 at Kuala Lumpur’s Putra Stadium in Malaysia.
The show was hosted by the Gunday Jodi Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor.
Sonakshi Sinha made her singing debut at the IIFA Awards as she paid a tribute to the leading men of Bollywood in her trademark dubsmash-style as she performed to songs like Jumma Chumma and Lungi Dance.
Shraddha Kapoor paid a tribute to showman Subhash Ghai’s hits, saying it was a ‘dream come true’ since as a child she would perform to Taal se Taal Mila from his film Taal. Mr Ghai received the Lifetime Achievement award this year.
Vikas Bahl’s drama ‘Queen’ and Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Haider’ on Sunday scooped major trophies at the 16th IIFA awards, including the best actress honour for Kangana Ranaut.
Here’s the list of winners of the IIFA Awards 2015
Best debut (female) – Kriti Sanon
Best debut (male) – Tiger Shroff
Best debut direction – Sajid Nadiadwala (Kick) and Umang Kumar (Mary Kom)
Best music direction – Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy (2 States)
Best playback singer (male) – Ankit Tiwari (Galliyan – Ek Villain)
Best playback singer (female) – Kanika Kapoor (Baby Doll – Ragini MMS 2)
Best performance in a comic role – Varun Dhawan (Main Tera Hero)
Best performance in a negative role – Kay Kay Menon (Haider)
Outstanding contribution – Subhash Ghai
Best performance in a supporting role (male) – Riteish Deshmukh (Ek Villain)
Best performance in a supporting role (female) – Tabu (Haider)
Best regional film – Lai Bhari
Woman of the year – Deepika Padukone
Best story – Vikas Bahl, Chaitally Parmar & Parvez Shaikh (Queen)
Best direction – Rajkumar Hirani (PK)
Best performance in a leading role (female) – Kangana Ranaut (Queen)
Best performance in a leading role (male) – Shahid Kapoor (Haider)
Best picture – Queen