Film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam received the most awards in the 45th Filmfare Awards (2000). The film received seventeen (17) nominations and won seven (7) of them.
By receiving seventeen (17) nominations, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam became the Highest Nominated film in 2000.
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam received second-highest nominations in the history of Filmfare Awards at that time. The film was just behind Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, which received eighteen (18) nominations in the 44th Filmfare Awards (1999).
Kuchh Kuchh Hota Hai broke the record of Virasat, which received sixteen (16) nominations in the 43rd Filmfare Award (1998).
Earlier Virasat broke the record of Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, which received fourteen nominations in the 41st Filmfare Awards (1996).
Later on, the film Rang De Basanti received twenty-one (21) nominations in the 52nd Filmfare Awards (2007). No film has broken this record until now.
Film Taal received the second-highest nominations in the 45th Filmfare Awards (2000). The film won six (6) of them.
Film Sarfarosh received the third-highest nominations (11). The film also won four (4) awards.
Film Biwi No. 1 received six (6) nominations. However, the film could not win any of them.
Film Vaastav: The Reality received five (5) nominations and won only one of them. Sanjay Dutt won his first Filmfare Award for the film. He won the award under the category of Best Actor.
Film Shool and Hu Tu Tu received three (3) nominations each. Both films won one award each too
Film 1947 Arth received two nominations and won both of them.
Film Haseena Maan Jaayegi received two nominations and won one of them. Govinda won the award under the category of Best Actor in a Comic Role.
Film Baadshah received two nominations but failed to win any of them.
Hema Malini and Vinod Khanna received the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Manoj Bajpai received the Critic’s Best Actor Award for the film Shool. This was his second consecutive Critic’s Best Actor Award. He won the award last year for the film Satya.
However, Manisha Koirala is the first actress who won the Critic’s Best Actress Award for two consecutive years. She won for the film Bombay in the 41st Filmfare Awards (1996). She won next year for the film Khamoshi: The Musical.
Ashutosh Rana won the Filmfare Award for the Best Villain. He won the award for the film Sangharsh. It was his second consecutive award in this category. Last year he received the award for the film Dushman.