The 14th Filmfare Awards ceremony was held in Mumbai in the year 1967.
Dev Anand’s ‘
Guide’ stole the show and won maximum seven awards in the show. 'Guide' was adjudged the best film of the year.
Director Vijay Anand was given the best director honor, and the best story award went to R K Narayan for ‘Guide’. Actress Waheeda Rehman was adjudged the best actress for her sensitive performance as Rosy in the movie ‘Guide’ while actor Dev Anand fetched the best actor award for his role as ‘Raju guide’ in the film.
Some of the notable performers like
Madan Mohan as music composer (Saaya) and Dharmendra or even
Sharmila Tagore for their sensitive performance in ‘
Anupama’ was not even nominated for best actor or actress category. Even music director
Hemant Kumar was not nominated for his soulful music in 'Anupama'. In the same manner, although
Shankar Jaikishan and
Mohammed Rafi was adjudged the best music composer and singer for film ‘
Lata Mangeshkar soulful voice for film ‘Guide’ were found missing.
The film ‘Suraj’ gave lyricist award to
Hasrat Jaipuri even. Best supporting actor went to
Ashok Kumar for the film ‘Afsana’ and the best-supporting-actress award went to
Simi Garewal for her sensitive performance in ‘Do Badan’. In this year, the best comedy actor award was instituted by Filmfare and actor Mehmood got the best comedian award for his performance in ‘Pyaar Kiye Jaa’. The year’s highest-grossing film ‘Phool Aur Patthar’ fetched two Filmfare awards in two different category that include Shanti Dass for best art direction (color), and Vasant Borkar got an award for best editing. Raj Khosla’s movie ‘Mera Saya’ could not fetch award for music composer Madan Mohan but the film fetched best sound director award for Manohar Amberkar.
Filmfare award for best art direction went (black and white) to Sant Singh and best cinematography award (black and white) went to Jaywant Pathare for his work in
Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s film ‘Anupama’. It was sad that the flick 'Anupama' did not get any award although it is a classic movie of Hrishikesh Mukherjee.