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The biggest winners at the 57th Idea Filmfare Award 2011 were Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (7 Filmfare Awards), Rockstar (5 Filmfare Awards), Delhi Belly (4 Filmfare Awards) and The Dirty Pictures (3 Awards). It was a great night for the Akhtars (Zoya & Farhan) and Ranbir Kapoor who won both the popular and Critic awards for Best Actor. As expected Vidya Balan won Best Actress and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara won Best Film. The Critics chose to award the Best Actress award to Priyanka Chopra for Saat Khoon Maaf. Rockstar won most of the Filmfare music awards (Lyrics, Male Singer and Best Music Director). [View Full List Of 2011 Filmfare Awards Winners]
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37 Filmfare Awards were held in the Merit Category (best film, director, actor, etc), Technical Category ( Best editor, writer, cinematography, etc), Special awards Category (lifetime, etc) and Critics Awards Category.
Dilip Kumar and Shahrukh Khan have both won 8 Best Actor Filmfare awards. Amitabh Bachchan too has 8 acting Filmfare awards against his name, but 5 are for Best Actor and 3 are for Best Supporting Actor.
Both Asha Bhosale and Alka Yagnik have won 7 Filmfare Awards for Best Female Playback singer. It may come as a surprise not to see Lata Mangeshkar in this list; that is because early in her career Lata Mangeshkar declined to be nominated for Filmfare awards.
If you are looking for a pass or a ticket to the Filmfare Awards function on Jan 29, your best bet is to approach one of the sponsors of the event. One of the problems with this years Filmfare ceremony is that the venue is smaller than the venue for previous years. As a result fewer people can be invited for the 2011-2012 Filmfare awards. This will leave many people disappointed. The sponsors and organizers are under a lot of pressure for tickets / passes to the event.
Ghanaian rapper and hiplife artist Sarkodie has received 108 awards from 195 nominations, including 25 Ghana Music Awards. Makye, his debut studio album, won him three awards at both the 4syte TV Music Video Awards and Ghana Music Awards. The album also earned him a nomination at the 2010 MTV Africa Music Awards. Rapperholic, his second studio album, earned him accolades at the 2012 editions of the BET Awards, The Headies, Ghana Music Awards, National Youth Achievement Awards, MOBO Awards, and Channel O Music Video Awards.
Sarkodie's collaborative album recorded with Jayso, titled T.M.G, earned him an award at the 2013 4Syte TV Music Video Awards, as well as a nomination at the 2013 Ghana Music Awards. He won Best African Act at the 2013 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. The release of Sarkology in 2014 earned Sarkodie several awards, including four Ghana Music Awards, one MTV Africa Music Award, one Independent Music Award, four 4syte TV Music Video Awards, one Headies Award, and one Ghana Music Honor. He also received a nomination at the 2014 BET Awards and was nominated four times at the 2014 World Music Awards. Sarkodie won Best West African Act at the 2013 Caribbean American and African Nations Music Awards. Moreover, he won Best Rap Act at the 2014 African Muzik Magazine Awards. He was honoured by the organizers of the Afrobeats Music Awards for his outstanding contribution to the growth and development of African music globally. Sarkodie also won two awards for the singles "Love Rocks" and "Enemies". and base on his consistency in Ghana music Sarkodie won artiste of the decade award in the just ended Vodafone Ghana music awards 2019. In November 2020, Sarkodie won his first award at the Ghana DJ Awards for the DJs' Song of The Year category with his 2019 hit, Oofeetsor featuring Prince Bright of Bukbak fame
"Turn Up the Music" is a song by American recording artist Chris Brown. It was written by Alexander "Fuego" Palmer, Brown, Damon Thomas, Harvey Mason Jr., Michael "Mike J" Jimenez, Terence Coles and Agent X, while production was handled by Fuego and The Underdogs. "Turn Up the Music" was sent to contemporary hit radio playlists in the United States on February 7, 2012, as the lead single from Brown's fifth studio album Fortune (2012). It was released for digital download on February 10, 2012. "Turn Up the Music" is an uptempo song which draws from the genres of electronic dance and house. Instrumentation consists of pulsating beats, synthesizers, a "throbbing bass" and percussion. According to Mason Jr., the song's inspiration came from visualizing Brown as an artist, "how he dances and how he performs, and giving him something to match that energy."
The accompanying music video for "Turn Up the Music" was directed by Godfrey Taberez and Brown, and filmed in Los Angeles, California. It features Brown at a party filled with masked people, where he performs heavily choreographed dance routines. The video garnered positive reception from critics, for its series of dance sequences which were compared to Michael Jackson. It won Best Male Video and Best Choreography at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, and earned Taberez and Brown a nomination for Video Director of the Year at the 2012 BET Awards. Brown promoted the song with live performances on televised shows and awards ceremonies, including Dancing with the Stars, Today, the 2012 NBA All-Star Game halftime show, the 54th Grammy Awards, the 2012 Billboard Music Awards and the 2012 BET Awards. He also included the song in his set list at Supafest Australia. The official remix of "Turn Up the Music" premiered online on February 20, 2012, and features Brown's former girlfriend Rihanna.
On January 25, 2012, Brown announced via his official Twitter account that the lead single from his fifth studio album Fortune would be called "Turn Up the Music", tweeting "New FORTUNE single coming 1/26!!! TURN UP THE MUSIC!!!!". It replaced "Biggest Fan" and "One Of Those Nights", which had each previously been announced as the lead single. The following day, both the single and its artwork were posted online, showing Brown wearing an unbuttoned shirt and a fedora, while words in different languages are displayed. "Turn Up the Music" was officially sent to contemporary hit radio playlists in the United States on February 7, 2012. It was released as a one-track digital download in Oceania and most European countries on February 10, 2012. However, in the United Kingdom, "Turn Up the Music" was released as a three-track digital download on March 25, 2012, which contained Brown's previous single "Strip" and the Invaderz remix of "Yeah 3x" (2010). It was also released as a two-track CD single in Germany on April 6, 2012, including "Strip" as a B-side.
An unofficial remix of "Turn Up the Music" made by DJ Pauly D, premiered on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show On Air with Ryan Seacrest on February 14, 2012. The official remix of "Turn Up the Music" premiered online on February 20, 2012, and features Brown's former girlfriend Rihanna. Brown previously hinted via Twitter that Rihanna would be the featured artist on the remix, after rumors that he would feature on the remix of her single "Birthday Cake" (2012) sparked media controversy, due to the fact that Brown physically assaulted Rihanna before a Pre-Grammy Awards party in 2009. The remix marks the first collaboration from the two singers since they last collaborated on "Bad Girl" (2009).
The music video received positive reviews from critics. Rap-Up called the video "electrifying" and complimented the "slickly-choreographed routines" performed by Brown. Andrew Martin of Prefix magazine praised Brown's "killer dance moves". Katie Hasty of HitFix gave the video a positive review, writing "there is a serious series of sweeping dance shots that may impress the hating-est of haters". Jacob Moore of Complex magazine noted that the dance party scenes is what "you'd expect from a Breezy video". Meena Rupani of DesiHits felt that the video took her "into a whole different world" that reminded her of the films Eyes Wide Shut (1999) and Men in Black (1997). Rupani also described it as "extremely futuristic and looks like it belongs in the year 2030". Jocelyn Vena of MTV News called it an "eye-popping video" and noted that there were several outfits Brown wore that paid homage to Michael Jackson. A reviewer for Capital FM praised Brown's "impressive dance routines" and noted that it was "similar to that of a Michael Jackson show". This was echoed by Amy Sciarretto of PopCrush who wrote that Brown's dance routines were "quite reminiscent of Michael Jackson and his classic, dance-driven videos". Joey of WXRK found the video to "be a hybrid between Michael Jackson's 'Smooth Criminal', a party that Ke$ha would be at, and that scene from Fame when everyone is dancing in the streets on top of cabs and cars". The video earned Brown and Taberez a nomination for Video Director of the Year at the 2012 BET Awards. It won Best Male Video and Best Choreography at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. On September 19, 2012, the video received a nomination at the 2012 Soul Train Music Awards for Best Dance Performance.
"Turn Up the Music" was performed live for the first time at the 54th Grammy Awards ceremony, which took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on February 12, 2012. Brown performed the song as part of a medley with "Beautiful People" from F.A.M.E. (2011). He was dressed in a white and gray varsity jacket, white pants and sparkling sneakers. Brown and his backup dancers performed heavily choreographed routines to "Turn Up the Music" atop a collection of blocks, which changed from colors red to blue to yellow and green. He then sang "Beautiful People" as he jumped across the blocks, while the dancers followed in a high-flying routine. The performance ended when Brown saluted to the audience before he took a bow. Rob Markman of MTV News noted that the blocks "resembled the 1980s arcade game Q*bert", while Evelyn McDonnell of Los Angeles Times noted that Brown lip-synched his performance. Andrew Martin of Prefix magazine wrote that it was one of the worst performances at the Grammy Awards due to the fact that he lip-synched. The performance was made available for download via the iTunes Store in the United States on February 15, 2012.