After winning filmfare for best supporting role, actor Arjun Rampal scored at IIFA too for his performance as a struggling guitarist for 'Rock On'. The actor, who had forgot to mention the name of superstar Amitabh Bachchan last time did not repeat the mistake again.
"Wow...I now want to thank someone whom I have always looked up to as my inspiration and that is none other than Amitabh Bachchan," said the actor before thanking his family members.
The other winners in the key categories were Kangana Ranaut, who won best supporting role for her performance as a troubled supermodel in 'Fashion',
Akshaye Khanna won the best negative role for 'Race', Neeraj Pandey scooped the tropy for best story for his film on terrorism 'A Wednesday'. He also won the technical award of best scriptwriter for the same film.
Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who won the best actor in comic role for his gay act in Karan Johar's 'Dostana', became emotional as he thanked his legendary father sitting in the front row.
"When I was a child I saw 'Amar, Akbar, Anthony' and I told myself that I want to be like him (Big B) and I am here because of him. I thank my mother and my wife. Aish, I only love you. This award is also for Amar Singhji, who is recuperating in a hospital," Abhishek said.