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  • Allama Gets Two National Awards

    allama gets two national awards

    T S Nagabharana's 'Allama' has got two major awards at the 64th National Film awards. While Bapu Padmanabh has been adjudged as the best music director, Make-up Ramakrishna has got the best make-up award. Apart from this a Kannada film called 'Reservation' has got the best regional film award.

    Dhananjay is seen in the role of Allama in this film, while Meghana Raj plays the role of courtesan Maya. Sanchari Vijay is Basavanna. The script of the film has been written by Siddagangaiah Kambal, N S Sridharamurthy, Pratibha Nandakumar, Prof Chandrashekhar Ushala and Sripathy Manjanabail. The dialogues of the film are written by Pratibha Nandakumar, Siddagangaiah Kambal and Veerappa Maralavadi.

    Hari Khoday who produced some classic films like 'Santha Shishunala Sharifa', 'Mysoru Mallige' and 'Nagamandala' is the producer. Dhananjay, Meghana Raj, Ramakrishna, Sanchari Vijay, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy and others have played prominent roles in the film. G S Bhaskar is the cameraman, while Bapu Venkatesh is the music director.

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  • Bharathi Vishnuvardhan And National Awardees To Be Felicitated

    bharathi vishnuvardhan and national awardees to be feleiciated

    Actress Bharathi Vishnuvardhan who is a recipient of the Padmasri award for the year 2017 and others who won major awards at the national level are all set to be felicitated on 15th of April.

    The felicitation programme has been organised by the Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy and the programme has been scheduled on Saturday evening at the Gandhi Bhavan in Bangalore.

    Apart from Bharathi Vishnuvardhan, Bapu Padmanabh, Ramakrishna, Nikhil Manju, master Manohar and others also will be felicitated at the same occasion.

  • National Award Winners Felicitated

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    'Sanchari' Vijay who won the National award for best actor for his performance in the film 'Nanvanalla Avalu' was felicitated in Bangalore on Wednesday night at Gold Finch Hotel. The event was organised by none other than actor-director-producer Prakash Rai.

    The event was attended by well known actor-director Parthiban, V Ravichandran, Girish Kasaravalli, B Suresha, Jogi and others. The dignitaries felicitated the award winners and lauded not only the awardees for their effort but also about Prakash Rai who had organised such a function.

    Apart from Vijay, producer Ravi Garani and director Lingadevaru of 'Nanavanalla Avalu' and 'Harivu' producer Girish as well as director Mansore was felicitated during the occasion.

  • Sanchari Vijay wins Best actor Award at National Level

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    Actor Sanchari Vijay has won the best actor award at the 62nd National film awards for his performance in 'Nan Avanalla Avalu'. Vijay is the third actor from Kannada who has bagged the best actor award at the national level the other two being Vasudeva Rao (Chomana Dudi) and Charu Hassan (Thabarana Kathe).

    'Nan Avanalla Avalu' is a film being based on a true life of a transgender called Vidya. The film has been directed by Lingadevaru. Earlier, Vijay had acted in films like 'Dasvala', 'Oggarane' and others. He was lauded by critics for his performance in 'Dasvala'. Now Vijay has bagged the best actor award at the National level.

     

    Best Feature Film: Court (Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, English)

    Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film Of A Director:Asha Jaor Majhe (Bengali)

    Best Popular Film Providing Wholesom Entertainment:Mary Kom (Hindi)

    Best Film On Envrionment Conservation: Ottaal (Malayalam)

    Best Direction: Chtotushkone (Bengali)/Srijith Mukherjee

    Best Actor: Vijay/ Nan Avanalla Avalu (Kannada)

    Best Actress: Kangana Ranaut/ Queen (Hindi)

    Best Supporting Actor: Bobby Simha/ Jigarthanda (Tamil)

    Best Supporting Actress: Baljinder Kaur/ Pagdi The Honour (Haryanvi)

    Best Male Playback Singer: Sukhvinder Singh/ Haider (Hindi)

    Best Female Playback Singer: Uttara Unnikrishnan/ Saivam (Tamil)

    Best Costume Designer: Dolly Ahluvalia/ Haider (Hindi)

    Best Music Direction: Vishal Bharadwaj/ Haider (Hindi)

    Best Background Score: Gopi Sundar/ 1983 (Hindi)

    Best Choreography: Haider (Hindi)

    Best Assamese Film : Othello

    Best Bengali Film: Nirbashito

    Best Hindi Film: Queen

    Best Kannada Film: Harivu

    Best Malayalam Film: Ain

    Best Marathi Film: Killa

    Best Odiya Film: Aadim Vichar

    Best Punjabi Film: Punjab 1984

    Best Tamil Film: Kuttram Kadithal

    Best Telugu Film: Chandamama Kathalu

    Best Rabha Film: Orong

    Best Haryanvi Film: Pagdi The Honour

    Special Mentions

    Feature Films: Ain (Malayalam), Nachom IA Kumpasar (Konkani), Killa (Marathi), Bhoothnath Returns (Hindi)

    Best Educational Films: Komal, Behind The Glass Wall

    Best Exploration/ Adventure Films: Life Force-India’s Western Ghats

    Best Investigative Film: Phum Shang

    Best Animation Film: Sound Of Joy

    Best Short Fiction Film: Mitraa

    Best Film Critic: Tanul Thakur

    Best Writing On Cinema: Silent Cinema (1895-1930) by Pasupuleti Purnachandra Rao

    Best Writing On Cinema (Special Mention): Pride Of Tamil Cinema by G. Dhananjayan

  • Thithi Bags National Award

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    Kannada film Thithi, directed by Raam Reddy has bagged the best Kannada Film National Award. It is the only Kannada film to win a national award this year. It is the 63rd National Film Awards that was announced today.

    Telugu film Baahubali has won the best film award while Sanjy Leela Bhansali won the best director award. Amitabh Bachchan and Kangana Ranaut won the best actor and actress award. Thithi has already won awards in international film festivals and it was the opening film at the recent Bengaluru International Film Festival

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