Punjabi film "Anhey Ghore Da Daan" ("Alms For A Blind Horse") won the Golden Peacock award for best film at the 43rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here Friday.
The National Film Development Corporation movie (NFDC), adapted from a novel by Gurdial Singh and directed by Gurvinder Singh, was one of the 15 films in the international competition section vying for a cash prize of Rs.four million.
The Silver Peacock award for best director went to Kyu-hwan Jeon for South Korean film "The Weight".
Anjali Patil won the best actress Silver Peacock for her role in Tamil-Sinhalese film "With You Without You" while Marcin Dorocinski was named the best actor for Polish film "Rose".
A special jury Silver Peacock award was given to Lucy Mulloy for Spanish film "Una Noche".
Filmmaker Mira Nair was given a special peacock and a Centenary Film Award for her new Hollywood movie, "The Reluctant Fundamentalist", which was the 11-day festival's closing film.
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