The 5th Filmfare Awards were held in Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1958. Famous producer and director Mehboob Khan directed the award ceremony.
Filmfare Awards is one of the oldest awards for Indian Cinema. These awards are presented to the artists of Hindi Cinema for their excellent work to motivate and admire their talent. The 4th Filmfare Awards was the fourth installment of the Filmfare Series.
The 5th Filmfare Awards (At a Glance)
|Number of Award Categories||12|
|Most Awards||Mother India (5)|
Naya Daur (3)
|Previous Filmfare Awards||4th Filmfare Awards (1957)|
|Next Filmfare Awards||6th Filmfare Awards (1959)|
List of Winners-5th Filmfare Awards
|1||Best Film||Mother India|
|2||Best Director||Mehboob Khan for Mother India|
|3||Best Actor||Dilip Kumar for Naya Daur|
|4||Best Actress||Nargis for Mother India|
|5||Best Actor in Supporting Role||Raj Mehra for Sharda|
|6||Best Actress in Supporting Role||Shyama for Sharda|
|7||Best Music Director||O.P. Nayyar for Naya Daur|
|8||Best Story||Akhtar Mirza for Naya Daur|
|9||Best Cinematographer (B & W)||Faredoom A. Irani for Mother India|
|10||Best Editing||Shivaji Awadhut for Sharda|
|11||Best Sound Recordist||R. Kaushik for Mother India|
|12||Best Art Director (B&W)||M.R. Achrekar for Pardesi|
Highlights-5th Filmfare Awards
- The 5th Filmfare Awards were held in 1958 in Bombay (now Mumbai).
- Mehboob Khan hosted the Award Ceremony.
- Mehboob Khan had written, produced, and directed the film Mother India.
- Film Mother India won five Filmfare awards in 1958.
- By winning five (5) Filmfare Awards, Mother Indian became the Most Awarded Film in the 5th Filmfare Awards.
- It was for the first time when a film won five awards.
- Naya Daur won three Awards.
See more Filmfare Awards
- 1st Filmfare Awards 1954
- 5th Filmfare Awards 1958
- 10th Filmfare Awards 1963
- 20th Filmfare Awards 1973
- 30th Filmfare Awards 1983
- 40th Filmfare Awards 1995
- 50th Filmfare Awards 2005
- 60th Filmfare Awards 2015
- 65th Filmfare Awards 2020
- 66th Filmfare Awards 2021