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Filmfare Award For Best Male Playback Singer
... The Filmfare Best Male Playback Award is given by Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films, to recognise a male playback singer who has delivered an outstanding performance in a film song ... Although the Filmfare Awards started in 1953, awards for the best playback singer category started in 1959 ... From inception of the category through 1967, both the female and male singers used to compete for a single award, after which separate categories were created ...
Mukesh (singer) - Awards - Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards
... Winner 1967 - Best Male Playback Singer for Teesri Kasam 1968 - Best Male Playback Singer for Milan 1970 - Best Male Playback Singer for Saraswatichandra ...
Abhijeet Bhattacharya - Awards and Nominations
... Honours Screen Award for Best Male Playback in 1997 for "Chand Taare" for Yes Boss Uttar Pradesh Gaurav Samman Filmfare Awards Filmfare Best Male Playback Award (Won) Year Song Film ...
Rang De Basanti (soundtrack) - Awards
... Rahman for Khalbali National Film Awards Won, Best Male Playback - Naresh Iyer for Rubaroo Filmfare Awards Won, Best Music Direction - A ... Rahman Nominated, Male Playback - A ... Rahman for Rubaroo Nominated, Male Playback - Naresh Iyer for Rubaroo Nominated, Female Playback - Lata Mangeshkar for Lukka Chuppi Nominated, Best Lyrics - Prasoon Joshi for Rubaroo Zee Cine Awards Won, Best ...
54th Filmfare Awards - Awards and Nominees - Awards Tally
... KK became only the third male playback singer to get multiple nominations in the Filmfare Best Male Playback Award, after Sonu Nigam and Udit Narayan ... Shilpa Rao debuted as a female playback singer with this film, and also received her first Filmfare Best Female Playback Award nomination for this film ... Farhan Akhtar debuted both as a playback singer and as an actor in this film ...

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