M Venkaiah Naidu to present 67th National Film Awards today
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu will present the 67th National Film Awards today. Malayalam movie Marakkar Arabikkadilinte Simham directed by Priyadarshan will be awarded the Best Feature Film Award.
Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan will be given best Direction Award for Hindi film Bahattar Hoorain. Actor Manoj Bajpayee will be awarded best Actor award for Hindi movie Bhonsle and Dhanush will get the award for Tamil Movie Asuran.
Kangana Ranaut will get Best Actress award for her movies Manikarnika -The Queen of Jhansi and Panga. Vijaya Sethupati will be awarded the best-supporting actor award for Tamil film Super Deluxe and Pallavi Joshi will get the best-supporting actress award for Hindi film The Tashkent Files.
B Praak will get the Best Male Playback Singer award for song Teri Mitti in Hindi Film Kesari. Savani Ravindra will be awarded Best Female playback Singer award for song Rann Petala in Marathi Movie Bardo. D Imman will get best Music Direction Award for his songs in Tamil Fim Vishwasam.
Prabuddha Banerjee will get the award for background music in Bengali movie Jeyesthaputro. Prabha Varma will get the Best Lyrics award for Malayalam movie Kolaambi. Raju Sundaram will get the Best Choreography award for Telugu Movie Maharshi. Sikkim will get the award for the most film-friendly state. Best Non-Feature Film award will be given to Hemant Gaba’s An Engineered Dream.
The award for the best film critic will be given to Sohini Chattopadhyay. In Non-Feature Film category, Best Animation Film to be awarded to Radha. Best Art and Culture film award will be given to Odia non-feature film Shrikhetra ru Sahijata.
The Award for the best Narration for Non-Feature Films will be given to Wild Karnataka (English) by Sir David Attenborough. The award for the Best Music Direction in Non-Feature Films will be given to Kranti Darshi Guruji- Ahead Of Times (Hindi) by Bishakhjyoti.
The award for best book on cinema will be given to A Gandhian Affair: India’s Curious Portrayal of Love in Cinema written by Sanjay Suri.