After 12 years, Richard Linklater's directorial "Boyhood" came back to the awards and won three trophies on Sunday at the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony in California.
"Boyhood", which was shot intermittently over 12 years to encapsulate the life of a boy from the tender age of five to 18, was named the Best Motion Picture - Drama and Best Director.
Patricia Arquette was handed over Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture trophy for her performance in the film.
For the Best Picture, almost the whole cast and crew went up on the stage to receive the award. For the Best Director, Richard Linklater came on the stage.
By winning big at the Golden Globes, 'Boyhood' just strengthened its place for the upcoming Oscars as well.
"Birdman", which was nominated in seven categories, also bagged two awards at the ceremony, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It won for Best Screenplay and Best Lead Actor in a Motion Picture- Comedy or Musical (Michael Keaton).
India stood no chance of winning a Golden Globe this year after two films -- "Fandry" and "Liar's Dice" -- from the country, couldn't make it to the final nominations despite being among the 53 movies considered for the foreign film category.
In the television categories, "Fargo" won big. It was honoured for Best Actor - TV Mini-series or Movie (Billy Bob Thornton) and Best TV Mini-series or Movie.
Kevin Spacey, who has been nominated eight times, finally walked away with Best Actor in a TV Series - Drama award for his performance in US political drama television series "House of Cards".
The Golden Globes was attended by Hollywood's biggies like Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon to name a few.