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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 12:19pm | IP Logged
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The team of Sun Pictures especially Kalanidhi Maran must be in cloud nine after the 58th National Awards were announced today. Two of their productions, 'Aadukalam' and 'Enthiran' have bagged eight awards altogether!

Vetri Maaran's 'Aadukalam' might have released for pongal, in 2011's beginning, but every single scene in the movie is still etched in the hearts of one and all. The movie picked up six National Awards! Dhanush has bagged the honourable National Award for the Best Actor category for his performance as KP Karuppu in this movie. He had performed in a never seen before avatar through this movie. The scenes where he woos the heroine, tries to impress her with his 'English' and the cockfight scenes were all well-portrayed by the actor.

Vetri Maaran bagged awards for Best Director and Best Screenplay category and Dinesh was chosen for the Best Choreographer category for this film.

They say, the movie was based on real life incidents and this is not hard to imagine as the characters of the film had gotten into the shoes of the character.

While this is on one side, another product of Sun Pictures, 'Enthiran' has bagged two National Awards for the Best Art Direction and the Best Special Effects category by Srinivas Mohan and Sabu Cyril respectively.

We @ IndiaGlitz congratulate the winners on these awards...


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**Tamil, Malaylam movies sweet top national awards**
Source: News One
 
New Delhi, May 19 (IANS) Southern movies won the top honours at the 58th National Film Awards announced Thursday. While Tamil movie 'Aadukalam' was named in six top categories, Malayalam film 'Adaminte Makan Abu' picked up four honours. Marathi films also put up a great show.

Among Tamil films, 'Aadukalam' walked away with the maximum trophies, including best director award for Vetrimaran; best actor for Dhaush; best original screenplay for Vetrimaran; best editing for T.E. Kishore; best choreography for Dinesh Kumar; and special mention for V.I.S. Jayaraman.

In total, Tamil movies got 14 awards, including best actress for Saranya Ponvannan for 'Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru', which also got Vairamuthu the best lyricist award and was named the best Tamil film.

V. Srinivas M. Mohan got the best special effects award for 'Endhiran', while Sabu Cyril got the best production design award for the Rajnikanth starrer blockbuster.

J. Thambi Ramaiah was named best supporting actor for 'Mynaa' and Sukumari won the best supporting actress award for 'Namma Gramam', while best costume designer award went to Indrans Jayan for 'Namma Gramam'.

Malayalam films got six national awards and 'Adaminte Makan Abu' topped the list. It was named best feature film, Salim Kumar got the best actor award, Madhu Ambat picked up the best cinematography trophy and Issak Thomas Kottakapally got the best music director award.

Starring Zarina Wahab and Salim Kumar, 'Adaminte Makan Abu' is a touching tale of the efforts made by an elderly Muslim couple to go on the much cherished Haj, while 'Aadukalam' is set in the backdrop of a town where cockfights are common.

Sound designer Subhadeep Sengupta won the best audiography award for Malayalam film 'Chitrasutram', while 'Veettilekkulla Vazhil' was named the best Malyalam movie.

As many as nine awards were given to Marathi movies. Among them, 'Mee Sidhutai Sapkal', an inspiring, true-life story of a Maharashtrian woman's fight against social ills, and 'Baboo Band Baaja' about a tug-of-war between fate and hope, got three awards each in various categories.

'Mee Sidhutai Sapkal' won the special jury award, best male playback singer for Suresh Wadkar and best screenpaly (adapted) for Anant Mahadevan and Sanjay Pawar.

Rajesh Pinjani-helmed 'Baboo Band Baaja' picked up the Indira Gandhi award for best debut film of a director. Mitalee Jagtap Varadkar was named the best actress and Vivek Chabukswar the best child artist for the movie.

Ohter winners include 'Champions', which was named best film on social issues. The film also got Shantanu Ranganekar and Machindra Gadkar the best child artist awards.

'Mala Aai Vhhaychay' walked away with best Marathi film trophy.

There were three awards for Kannada movies ' best film on environment conservation and preservation for 'Bettada Jeeva'; best children's film for 'Hejjegalu'; and best Kannada film for 'Puttakkana Highway'.

The year 2010 was not so good for the Hindi film industry and this was reflected at the national awards' annoucement. While most of top awards were swept by the southern movies, Arbaaz Khan's debut production venture 'Dabangg' starring Salman Khan got the national award for best wholesomeentertainment and Rishi Kapoor-Neetu Singh's middle-class family drama 'Do Dooni Chaar' was named best Hindi feature film.

Vishal Bhardwaj's rural drama 'Ishqiya' won four awards, including that of best music and best female playback singer for the producer's wife, Rekha Bhardwaj.

'Ishqiya' was also cited for best location sound recordist (Kamod Karade) and best re-recordist of the final mixed track (Debajit Changmai).

Bengali films, too, didn't put up a great show with just three awards ' the Nargis Dutt award for best feature film on national integration for 'Moner Manush'; best make-up artist for Vikram Gaikwad for the same film and best Bengali film award for 'Ami Aadu'.

 
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wow..thats a great news...
thanks for posting the details...
Congrats Tamil and Malayalam industry and congrats to the crew of the movies which  won awars...
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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 1:30pm | IP Logged

Wow this is ineed a proud moment to see the South Indian Cinema rule at the 58th National Award Star Clap Clap!  I too have heard lots about Dhanush's performance in Aadukalam, and am really happy for Sarayna madame too ClapClap.

 
Congratulations to all the winners Star!
 

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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 2:03pm | IP Logged
Dhanush was outstanding in that movie.. like never before.. the movie itself was pretty good..

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Wow there are many more who got it Shocked:
 
Prakash Raj bags National Award, again!
IndiaGlitz [Friday, May 20, 2011]

Previously actor Prakash Raj bagged a National Award for his performance in 'Kancheevaram,' yet again the actor has made us proud for this time he bagged the award as a producer of the Kannada film 'Puttakkana Highway'.

Directed by Suresha, the movie is based on the novel 'Puttakkana Medical College'. The movie highlights social and developmental issues. Prakash Raj incidentally hails from a Tulu speaking family from Mangalore in Karnataka.

Prakash was ecstatic when he heard the news of him winning a National Award, yet again.

"It is a moment of joy for me personally to get the award on the same stage where my mentor K Balachander will receive Dadasaheb Phalke award" Prakash Raj posted online.

The actor juggles well between all Indian languages and awes one and all with his performance.

We @ IndiaGlitz congratulate him on this honourable award and hope that he comes up with productions in Tamil too…

 
Vairamuthu Speaks On National Award..
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Kavignar Vairamuthu bags National Award for 'Best Lyricist Award' category for his works in 'Thenmerku Paruvakaatru.' This is the sixth time the ace lyricist has bagged the National Award for his works.
 
Seenu Ramaswamy, director of this flick, approached the lyricist after finishing the entire movie and requested him to pen the lyrics if he liked the movie! After having watched the movie, the lyricist was moved by the movie and the plot and immediately agreed to write for the songs…
 

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FEATURE FILMS

1. BEST FEATURE FILM

Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam) - Producer: Salim Ahamed. Director : Salim Ahamed



2. INDIRA GANDHI AWARD FOR BEST DEBUT FILM OF A DIRECTOR

Baboo Band Baaja (Marathi) - Producer: Nita Jadhav. Director : Rajesh Pinjani



3. AWARD FOR BEST POPULAR FILM PROVIDING WHOLESOME ENTERTAINMENT

Dabangg (Hindi) €" Producer: Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora Khan & Dhilin Mehta. Director : Abhinav Singh Kashyap


4. NARGIS DUTT AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE FILM ON NATIONAL INTEGRATION

Moner Manush (Bengali) €" Producer: Gautam Kundu. Director : Goutam Ghose



5. BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUES

Champions (Marathi) €" Producer: Aishwarya Narkar. Director : Ramesh More



6. BEST FILM ON ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION/PRESERVATION

Bettada Jeeva (Kannada) €" Producer: Basantkumar Patil. Director : P. Sheshadri



7. BEST CHILDREN€™S FILM

Hejjegalu (Kannada) €" Producer: Basantkumar Patil. Director : P.R. Ramadas Naidu



8. BEST DIRECTION

Aadukalam (Tamil) €" Vetrimaran



9. BEST ACTOR

Aadukalam (Tamil) €" Dhanush

Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam) €" Salim Kumar



10. BEST ACTRESS

Baboo Band Baaja (Marathi) €" Mitalee Jagtap Varadkar

Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru (Tamil) €" Saranya Ponvannan


11. BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Mynaa (Tamil) €" J. Thambi Ramaiah


12. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Namma Gramam (Tamil) €" Sukumari



13. BEST CHILD ARTIST

I am Kalam (Hindi) €" Harsh Mayar

Champions (Marathi) €" Shantanu Ranganekar & Machindra Gadkar

Baboo Band Baaja (Marathi) €" Vivek Chabukswar



14. BEST MALE PLAYBACK SINGER

Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi) €" Suresh Wadkar



15. BEST FEMALE PLAYBACK SINGER

Ishqiya (Hindi) €" Rekha Bhardwaj



16. BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam) €" Madhu Ambat



17. BEST SCREENPLAY

Original : Aadukalam (Tamil) €" Vetrimaran

Adapted : Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi) €" Anant Mahadevan & Sanjay Pawar

Dialogues : Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi) €" Sanjay Pawar



18. BEST AUDIOGRAPHY

Ishqiya (Hindi) : Location Sound Recordist : Kaamod Kharade

Chitrasutram (Malayalam) : Sound Designer : Subhadeep Sengupta

Ishqiya : Re-recordist of the final mixed track : Debajit Changmai



19. BEST EDITING

Aadukalam (Tamil) €" T.E. Kishore



20. BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

Enthiran (Tamil) €" Sabu Cyril



21. BEST COSTUME DESIGNER

Namma Gramam (Tamil) €" Indrans Jayan


22. BEST MAKE-UP ARTIST

Moner Manush(Bengali) €" Vikram Gaikwad


23. BEST MUSIC DIRECTION

Ishqiya €" Music Director (Songs) : Vishal Bhardwaj

Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam) €" Music Director (Background Score) : Issak Thomas Kottakapally



24. BEST LYRICS

Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru (Tamil) €" Vairamuthu


25. SPECIAL JURY AWARD

Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi) €" Producer: Bindiya & Sachin Khanolkar. Director : Anant Narayan Mahadevan


26. BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS

Enthiran (Tamil) €" V. Srinivas M Mohan



27. BEST CHOREOGRAPHY

Aadukalam (Tamil) €" Dinesh Kumar



28. BEST FEATURE FILM IN EACH OF THE LANGUAGE SPECIFIED IN THE SCHEDULE VIII OF THE CONSTITUTION

BEST ASSAMESE FILM €" Jetuka Patar Dare

BEST BENGALI FILM €" Ami Aadu

BEST HINDI FILM €" Do Dooni Char

BEST KANNADA €" Puttakkana Highway

BEST MALAYALAM FILM €" Veettilekkulla Vazhi

BEST MARATHI FILM €" Mala Aai Vhhaychay

BEST TAMIL FILM €" Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru

BEST ENGLISH FILM €" Memories in March

SPECIAL MENTION €" Bettada Jeeva (Kannada), Aadukalam (Tamil)

58th NATIONAL FILM AWARDS FOR 2010 €" NON- FEATURE FILMS

1. BEST NON-FEATURE FILM €" Germ (Hindi). Director : Snehal R. Nair

2. BEST DEBUT NON-FEATURE FILM OF A DIRECTOR €" Pistulya (Marathi & Telugu). Producer: Nagraj Manjule. Director : Nagraj Manjule

3. BEST ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM €" Songs of Mashangva

4. BEST BIOGRAPHICAL FILM €" Nilamadhaba

5. BEST ARTS and CULTURE FILM €" Leaving Home (English & Hindi)

6. BEST SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FILM €" Heart to Heart (Manipuri & English)

7. BEST PROMOTIONAL FILM €" Ek Ropa Dhan (Hindi)

8. BEST ENVIRONMENT FILM €" Iron is Hot (English)

9. BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUES €" Understanding Trafficking (Bengali, Hindi & English)

10. BEST EDUCATIONAL FILM €" Advaitham (Telugu)

11. BEST FILM ON SPORTS €" Boxing Ladies (Hindi)

12. BEST INVESTIGATIVE FILM €" A Pestering Journey (Malayalam, Punjabi, Hindi, English & Tulu)

13. SPECIAL JURY AWARD €" Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein (Hindi)

14. SHORT FICTION FILM €" Kal 15 August Dukan Band Rahegi (Hindi)

15. BEST FILM ON FAMILY VALUES €" Love in India (Bengali & English)

16. BEST DIRECTION €" Shyam Raat Seher (Hindi & Engish). Director : Arunima Sharma

17. BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY €" Shyam Raat Seher (Hindi & English). Cameraman: Murali G.

18. BEST AUDIOGRAPHY €" A Pestering Journey (Malayalam, Punjabi, Hindi English & Tulu). Re-recordist (final mixed track) : Harikumar Madhavan Nair

19. BEST EDITING €" Germ (Hindi). Editor : Tinni Mitra

20. BEST NARRATION (for Writing the Narration) €" Johar : Welcome to Our World (Hindi & English) Nilanjan Bhattacharya

21. Special Mention : a. Ottayal (One Woman Alone) ( Malayalam) - Director: Shiny Jacob Benjamin b. The Zeliangrongs (Manipuri & English) - Director : Ronel Haobam c. Pistulya (Marathi & Telugu) €" Child Artist: Suraj Pawar



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