Winning the ‘Best Story’ award holds a special meaning for Abhishek because finally people can stop talking about Farhan Akhtar’s influence in the making of Rock On. “Let’s see if people would still talk about it. I have moved on for sure. Let them say what they want; for me all that matters is to make more movies and continue to prove myself. You can’t stop others but you can have hold over your act, right”, questions Abhishek. So thrilled was the entire gang of Rock On that they were seen partying around in the post awards bash thrown by Karan Johar at Taj Lands End. “We all partied till the wee hours in the morning. Arjun (Rampal), Farhan (Akhtar), Purab (Kohli) – all of us were there. Karan’s parties are the best in the town and Rock On winning accolades all over again was a special event in itself. It was celebration time for all of us and we all let our hair down.” In fact Rock On pipped Jodhaa Akbar for the highest number of trophies as the Ashutosh Gowarikar film managed only five awards. However, if one looks at the top honors, they have all gone to the Ashutosh Gowarikar film since it has bagged not just the ‘Best Film’ award but also the ‘Best Director’ award. In fact it’s a clean sweep of sorts at the top because the movie also fetched Hrithik Roshan yet another award for the ‘Best Actor’ in addition to ‘Best Lyrics’ (Javed Akhtar – Jashn-E-Bahara) and ‘Best Background Score’ (A.R. Rahman).