Screen Award for Best Story

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The winners of the Star Screen Awards for Best Story are listed below:

List of Winners

YearWriter/sFilm
1995K.K. Singh Krantiveer
1996Ashok Kaul Param Vir Chakra
1997 Gulzar Maachis
1998 Kamal Haasan Virasat
1999 Mahesh Bhatt Zakhm
2000 John Matthew Matthan Sarfarosh
2001 Mahesh Manjrekar Astitva
2002 Madhur Bhandarkar Chandni Bar
2003 Meghna Gulzar Filhaal
2004 Amrita Pritam Pinjar
2005 Aditya Chopra Veer-Zaara
2006 Nagesh Kukunoor Iqbal
2007 Rajkumar Hirani
Abhijat Joshi
Lage Raho Munnabhai
2008 Amol Gupte Taare Zameen Par
2009 Neeraj Pandey A Wednesday!
2010 Imtiaz Ali Love Aaj Kal
2011 Amit Rai Road to Sangam
2012 Akshat Verma Delhi Belly
2013 Sujoy Ghosh
Advaita Kala
Kahaani
2014Mohan Sikka B.A. Pass
2015 Rajat Kapoor Ankhon Dekhi
2016 K. V. Vijayendra Prasad Bajrangi Bhaijaan
2017 Saiwyn Quadras Neerja
2018
2019Arijit Biswas & Sriram Raghavan Andhadhun

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