67th National Film Awards: Dadasaheb Phalke Award for Rajinikanth, Kangana, Dhanush and Manoj

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67th National Film Awards: Dadasaheb Phalke Award for Rajinikanth, Kangana, Dhanush and Manoj

The 67th National Film Awards ceremony was held at Vigyan Bhawan. Vice President Venkaiah Naidu honored the winners by giving ‘Swarna Kamal and Rajat Lotus, Shawl and prize money’. Manoj Bajpayee, Kangana Ranaut and Dhanush were awarded for their best performances. Chhichhore won the Best Hindi Film Award. Nitesh Tiwari, director of Sushant Singh Rajput’s film Chhichhore, was honored. The 67th National Film Awards were announced in March 2021. Kangana arrived to receive the award with her mother and father.

Superstar Rajinikanth was honored with the 51st Dadasaheb Phalke Award. During this, all the people present in Vigyan Bhavan stood up for him and applauded.

These artists will get the award-

Best Actress – Kangana Ranaut

Actress Kangana Ranaut has once again received the Best Actress Award. She was honored for Manikarnika released on 25 January 2019 and Panga on 24 January 2020.

Best Actor – Manoj Bajpayee

Manoj Bajpayee has received the Best Actor Award for Bhonsle. He won the Best Actor award for his role of Manoj Bajpayee in a drama film written and directed by Devashish Makhija.

Best Biographical Film – Elephant Do Remember

‘Elephant Do Remember’ directed by Swati Pandey has won the award for Best Biographical Film.

Best Supporting Actor – Vijay Sethupathi

South actor Vijay Sethupathi has been given the National Award for Best Supporting Actor. He was awarded for the Tamil film ‘Super Deluxe’, which released on 29 March 2019. Thiagarajan Kumar Raja directed the film.

Best Supporting Actress – Pallavi Joshi

South actress Pallavi Joshi has been honored with the National Award for her role in ‘The Tashkent Files’. Directed by Vivek Agnihotri, the film was released on 12 April 2019. The film with a budget of 4 crores had a box office collection of more than 20 crores.

Other Awards –

Best Film Friendly State – Sikkim

Best Book on Cinema – A Gandhian Affair: India’s Curious Portrait of Love in Cinema by Sanjay Suri

Best Film Critic – Sohini Chattopadhyay

feature films

Special Mention – Biryani (Malayalam), Jonaki Porua (Assamese), Lata Bhagwan Kare (Marathi), Picasso (Marathi)

Best Tulu Film – Pinjara

Best Paniya Film – Kenjira

Best Mishing Film – Anu Ruwad

Best Khasi Film – Levdah

Best Haryanvi Film – Chhoriyaan is not less than the ends

Best Chhattisgarhi Film – Bhulan The Maje

Best Telugu Film – Jersey

Best Tamil Film – Asuran

Best Hindi Film – Chhichhore

Best Marathi Film – Bardo

Best Bengali Film – Gumnami

non feature film category

Best Narration – Wild Karnataka, Sir David Attenberg

Best Editing – Shut Up Sona, Arjun Gaurisarai

Best Autobiography – Radha, Allwyn Rego and Sanjay Maurya

Best On-Location Sound Recordist – Rahas, Saptarishi Sarkar

Best Cinematography – Sonsi, Savita Singh

Best Direction – Knock Knock Knock, Sudhanshu Sariya

Family Values ​​- Oru Pathira Swapanam Pole (Malayalam)

Best Short Fiction Film – Custody

Special Jury Award – Small Scale Societies

Best Animation Film – Radha

Best Investigative Film – Jakkal

Best Exploration Film – Wild Karnataka

Best Education Film – Apples and Oranges

Best Film on Sakal Issues – Holy Rights, Laadli

Best Action Direction Award

Stunt – Avane Srimannarayana (Kannada)

Best Choreography – Maharshi (Telugu)

Best Special Effects – Markarkar

Special Jury Award – Ottha SeruppuSize – 7 (Tamil)

Best Lyrics – Kolumbi (Malayalam)

Best Screenplay

Original Screenplay – Jyesthoputri

Adapted Screenplay – Oblivion

Dialogue Writer – The Tashkent Files

Best Cinematography – Jallikattu

Best Female Playback Singer – Bardo

Best Male Playback Singer – B Praak, Kesari, Teri Mitti

Best Supporting Actress – Pallavi Joshi, The Tashkent Files

Best Supporting Actor – Vijay Sethupathi, Super Deluxe

Best Actress – Kangana Ranaut

Best Actor – Manoj Bajpayee and Dhanush

Best Direction – Seventy Bahata Hooreen

Best Children’s Film – Kasturi