Bollywood movie Barfi swept the board at the 14th International Indian Film Academy (Iifa) Awards on Saturday (06Jul13) after scoring a total of 12 honours.
The romantic comedy picked up Best Film, Best Story and Best Screenplay, while Anurag Basu was crowned Best Director and the film's stars Ranbir Kapoor and Vidya Balan earned the Best Actor and Best Female Actor prizes, respectively.
It also won Best Musical Director for Pritam, in addition to a slew of technical titles.
Anu Kapoor (for Vicky Donor) and Anushku Sharma (for Jab Tak Hai Jaan) took home the best supporting actor and actress accolades, while Abhishek Bachchan scored the Best Actor in a Comic Role for Bol Bachchan.
Career achievement awards were presented to Anupam Kher and Javed Akhtar, while new dad Shah Rukh Khan was named the Digital Star of the Year.
The Iifa Awards, which is touted as the Indian version of the Oscars, was held in MACau, China as officials celebrated 100 years of Indian cinema and was hosted by Khan and Shahid Kapur. Performances on the night came from stars including Deepika Padukone, Madhuri Dixit and Prabhu Deva.
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