Monday, September 7, 2009

Southern cinema get National Awards

Southern cinema fabricated a apple-pie ambit at the 55th National Awards appear today. Bollywood stars like Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan absent out to Prakash Raj, who bagged the accolade for Best Actor for his assignment in Priyadarshan's ablaze Tamil blur Kanchivaram. The blur additionally bagged the Best Blur award.

The Best Actress accolade went to Uma Shree for Girish Kasaravalli's Kannada blur Gulabi Talkies.

Adoor Gopalakrishnan bagged the Best Director accolade for his Malayalam film, Naalu Pennungal.

Taare Zameen Par bagged the Best Family Welfare Blur Title while Shankar Mahadevan bagged the Best Playback Singer for its song, Maa. Prasoon Joshi bagged the Best Lyrics accolade for the aforementioned song.

Pankaj Kapur-starrer Dharam bagged the accolade for National Integration Accolade while Chak De! India bagged an accolade for Best Blur in all-embracing entertainment.

Feroz Abbas Khan bagged the Best Screenplay accolade for his blur Gandhi, My Father. His blur additionally bagged the Grand Jury award. Darshan Jariwala, who played Gandhi, bagged the Best Supporting Actor for the film.

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