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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

59TH NATIONAL FILM AWARDS



National Awards: Telugu films get raw deal
Mar 7, 2012 - 6:30:56 AM
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Telugu films have once again been drubbed at the National Awards. 59th National Awards were announced on Wednesday (March 7, 2012) and Byari, the first film in the Beary language spoken in coastal Kannada, and Marathi film Deool shared the award for Best Feature Film.

No Telugu film is given a single award in any category, not even in the Regional Best Film (Telugu) category, a category in which only Telugu films compete.

While 18 Telugu films including Bapu's Sri Ramarajyam and Nagarjuna starrer Rajanna were sent for consideration in various categories, the National Awards Jury didn't even consider them for the Regional Best Film in Telugu language.

Complete List of National Awards for Year 2011

Best Film 
– Kannada film ‘Byari’ and Marathi film ‘Deool’ 
Best Actor 
– Girish Kulkarni (Marathi film ‘Deool’) 
Best Actress 
– Vidya Balan (The Dirty Picture) 
Best Director 
– Gurvinder Singh (Punjabi film ‘Anhe Ghore Da Daan’) 
Best Child Actor 
– Partho Gupte (Stanley Ka Dabba) and Chillar Party kids 
Best Supporting Actor
 – Appu Kutty (Tamil film ‘Azhagar Samiyin Kuthirai’) 
Best Supporting Actress – 
Leishangthem Tonthoingambi Devi (Manipuri film ‘Phijigee Mani’) 
Best Children’s Film 
– Chillar Party 
Best First Film by a director 
– Thiagarajan Kumararaja (Aranya Kandam) 
Best Lyrics – 
Amitabh Bhattacharya (I Am) 
Best Choreography – 
Bosco, Caesar for ‘Senorita’ (Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara) 
Best Visual Effects – 
Ra.One 
Best Costumes – 
Neharika Khan (The Dirty Picture) and Neeta Lulla (Bal Gandharva) 
Best Makeup 
– Vijram Gaekwad (The Dirty Picture) 
Best Screenplay 
– Nitish Tiwari, Vikas Bahl, Vijay Maurya, Rajesh Bajaj (Chillar Party) 
Best Adapted Screenplay Writer 
– Avinash Deshpande 
Best Dialogues 
– Girish Kulkarni (Deool) 
Best Editing
 – Praveen KL (Aranya Kandam) 
Best Audiography 
– Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 
Best Playback Singer (Male)
– Anand Bhate 
Best Playback Singer (Female) 
– Rupa Ganguly 
Best Book 
– Anirudha Bhattacharjee, Balaji Vittal (RD Burman The Man The Music) 
Best Film Critic 
– Manoj P Pujari 
Special Mention 
– Director Shari for Malayalam film ‘Adi Madhyantam’ and Mallika Kannada film ‘Byari’
Special Jury Award 
– Anjan Dutta (Ranjana Ami Aar Ashbo Na) 

Best Malayalam film 
– Indian Rupee 
Best Bengali Film 
– Ranjana Ami Aar Ashbo Na 
Best Tamil Film 
– Vaagai Sooda Vaa 
Best Marathi Film 
– Shaala 
Best Hindi Film
 – I Am 

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

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