Here Is Everything About The 63rd Filmfare South Awards 2016

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The Hyderabad’s HICC was the venue to the 63rd Filmfare South Awards 2016 with the needed load of glamour and stars in attendance. It was a gala affair that gave away awards to the best performances for movies in 2015. As expected Bahubali was the biggest winner grabbing the most awards and Mahesh Babu winning his 5th Filmfare Award in the Best Actor category for the movie Srimanthudu. 

With the biggest of the stars from Mammootty, Chiranjeevi, Rahman to the younger lot Allu Arjun, Rana Daggubati, Arya, Ram Charan, the awards event was totally a party.

In Telugu, S.S. Rajamouli’s Baahubali received five awards, while Mahesh Babu’s Srimanthudu won three awards. Gunasekar-directed period drama Rudhramadevi and National award-winning romantic war-drama Kanche won two awards each.

In Tamil, Vikram’s I scored four awards, while Jayam Ravi’s Thani Oruvana and Dhanush’s Thangamagan received two awards each. Vignesh Shivan-directed Naanum Rowdydhaan and critically-acclaimed Kaaka Muttai won an award each.

It was Malayalam’s R.S. Vimal-directed Ennu Ninte Moideen that grabbed the most awards for a film at seven awards including the Best Director. Mammootty’s Pathemari scored two awards which included Best Actor and Best Film. The critically acclaimed Premam managed just one award to Vijay Yesudas for Best Playback Singer (Male) for the song Malare Ninne.

In Kannada, Anup Bhandari-directed Rangi Taranga received four awards. While the Puneeth Rajkumar received Best Actor for Rana Vikrama 

Collection King Mohan Babu was honoured with The Lifetime Achievement Award

Here are the details of all the awards won in different languages.

BEST FILM
Malayalam – Pathemari
Kannada – Rangitharanga
Tamil – Kakka Muttai
Telugu – Baahubali

BEST DIRECTOR 
Malayalam – R.S.Vimal    (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Anup Bhandary (Rangitharanga)
Tamil – M Raja (Thani Oruvan)
Telugu – S S Rajamouli (Baahubali)

BEST ACTOR (FEMALE)   
Malayalam – Parvathy (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Parul Yadav (Aatagaara)
Tamil – Nayantara    (Naanum Rowdy Dhaan)
Telugu – Anushka Shetty    (Rudhramadevi)

BEST ACTOR (MALE)     
Malayalam – Mammootty (Pathemari)
Kannada – Puneeth Rajkumar (Ranavikrama)
Tamil – Vikram (I)
Telugu – Mahesh Babu (Srimanthudu)

BEST MUSIC  
Malayalam – M. Jayachandran (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Sridhar V Sambhram (Krishna Leela)
Tamil – A R Rahman (I)
Telugu – Devi Sri Prasad (Srimanthudu)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (MALE) 
Malayalam – Tovino Thomas (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Saikumar (Rangitharanga)
Tamil – Arvind Swami (Thani Oruvan)
Telugu – Allu Arjun (Rudhramadevi)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (FEMALE)   
Malayalam – Lena    (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Sudharani (Vastuprakara)
Tamil – Radhika Sarathkumar (Thanga Magan)
Telugu – Ramya Krishnan (Baahubali)

CRITICS JURY AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR (MALE)   
Malayalam – Jayasurya (Su Sudhi Vatmeekam)
Kannada – Sanchari Vijay (Nanu Avanalla Avalu)
Tamil – Jayam Ravi (Thani Oruvan)
Telugu – Nani (Bhale Bhale Magadivoy)

CRITICS JURY AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR (FEMALE) 
Malayalam – Amala Paul  (Mili)
Kannada – Rachitha Ram (Ranna)
Tamil – Jyotika (36 Vayadhinile)
Telugu – Nithya Menon (Malli Malli Idhi Rani Roju)

BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (FEMALE) 
Malayalam – Shreya Ghosal (Kathirunnu Kathirunnu – Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Inchara Rao (Kareyole – Rangitharanga)
Tamil – Shweta Mohan (Enna Sola – Thanga Magan)
Telugu – Geetha Madhuri (Jeevanadhi – Baahubali)

BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (MALE)  
Malayalam – Vijay Yesudas (Malare Ninne – Premam)
Kannada – Santhosh Venky (Raja Raniyenthe – Raate)
Tamil – Sid Sriram    (Ennodo Nee Irundhal – I)
Telugu – M L R Karthikeyan (Pora Srimanthudu – Srimanthudu)

BEST LYRICS     
Malayalam –  Rafeeq Ahmed (Kathirunnu Kathirunnu – Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Jayanth Kaikini – (Nenepe Nithya Mallige – Kendasampige)
Tamil – Madhan Karky (Pookalaey Satru – I)
Telugu – Sirivennala Seetharama Sastry (Raa Mundadugedham – Kanche)

TECHNICAL AWARDS

Best Choreographer      
Sekhar V J – Kung Fu Kumaari (Bruce Lee – The Fighter)

Best Cinematographer     
K K Senthil Kumar – Baahubali

Source : NDTV

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