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Bollywood: Sridevi, Riddhi Sen And Baahubali 2 Win Big At 65th National Film Awards

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The National Film Awards organisers have announced winners for the 65th award ceremony scheduled to hold on May 3, 2018 in India.
Riddhi Sen and Sridevi Kapoor won the Best Actor and Best Actress awards, respectively, while Village Rockstars directed by Rima Das was named the Best Film.

Sridevi who died on February 24 in Dubai, won the posthumous award for her role as Devki Sabarwal in Bollywood movie, “Mom” directed by Ravi Udyawar.

Grammy-Award-winning Indian composer, AR Rahman won the awards for Best Music Direction for ‘Kaatru Veliyidai’ and Background Music for “Mom”.

“Baahubali 2: The Conclusion” also received nods for Best Special Effects and Best Action Direction. See The Full Winners List Below:
Best Actress: Sridevi for ‘Mom’
Best Actor: Riddhi Sen for ‘Nagar Kirtan’
Best Director: Jayaraj for ‘Bhayanakam’
Best Film: Village Rockstars (Assamese)
Best Action Direction: ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’
Best Choreography: Ganesh Acharya for ‘Gori Tu Latth Maar’ from the film ‘Toilet Ek Prem Katha’
Best Special Effects: ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’
Special Jury Award: Nagar Kirtan (Bengali)
Best Lyrics: Muthurathinam
Best Music Direction: AR Rahman for ‘Katru Veliyidayi’
Best Make-up Artist: Ram Rajak for ‘Nagar Kirtan’
Best Costume: Gobinda Mandal for ‘Nagar Kirtan’
Best Production Design: Santosh Rajan ‘Take Off’
Best Editing: Rima Das for ‘Village Rockstar’
Best Sound Design: ‘Walking With The Wind’
Best Audiography (Location Sound): Mallika Das, Village Rockstar
Best Location Sound Recording: Mallika Das for ‘Village Rockstar’
Best Screenplay Original: Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum
Best Screenplay Adapted: Bhayanakam
Best Cinematography: Bhayanakam
Best Female Playback Singer: Sashaa Tirupati for ‘Kaatru Veliyidayi’
Best Male Playback Singer: K.J Yesudas for the song ‘Poy Maranja Kalam’ from ‘Viswasapoorvam Mansoor’
Best Child Artist: Anita Das for ‘Village Rockstar’
Best Children’s Film: ‘Mhorkya’
Best Film on Environmental Conservation: ‘Irada’
Best Direction: Jayaraj for ‘Bhayanakam’
Best Feature Film on National Integration: Dhappa (Marathi)
Best Debut Film of a Director: ‘Sinjar’
Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment: ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’
Best Regional Films Special Mention:
Marathi – Mhorkya
Malayalam – Take Off
Best Regional Films:
Hindi – Newton
Ladakh – Walking With The Wind
Lakshadweep – Sinjar
Tulu – Paddayi
Marathi – Kachcha Limboo
Malayalam – Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum
Kannada – Hebbettu Ramakka


Photo Credit: Getty/Various

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