Ranaut returns for her third National Film Award


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The 63rd National Film Awards were held on May 3 in Delhi and the winners conferred with awards in a lavish presentation by India’s President Pranab Mukeherjee.

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From the main set of awards, S S Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali’ has won for Best Film, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali for Best Director (‘Bajirao Mastani’), legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan for Best Actor (‘Piku’) and Kangana Ranaut for Best Actress (‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’).

Kangana Ranaut, the queen of Bollywood is making waves these days with her series of spats with her ex Hrithik Roshan accusing Ranaut of stalking and more recently Adhayayan Suman, son of Shekhar Suman,  on how he was mistreated by her – a real life drama that is getting murkier by the day yet this actress is all smiles having won three national awards for her roles in movies: Queen, Fashion and now Tanu Weds Manu Returns.

Ranaut has been the recipient of three National Film Awards: Best Supporting Actress for Fashion (2008) and Best Actress for Queen (2014) and Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015). She has also won four Filmfare Awards: Best Female Debut for Gangster (2006), Best Supporting Actress for Fashion (2008), Best Actress for Queen (2014), and Best Actress – Critics for Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015).

List of Winners of 63rd National film Awards:

Best Film: Baahubali – The Beginning

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Best Director : Sanjay Leela Bhansali for “Bajirao Mastani”

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Best Actress: Kangana Ranaut “Tanu Weds Manu Returns”

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Best Actor : Amitabh Bachchan for “Piku”

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Best Film Friendly State : Gujarat

Best film friendly state award – special mention to Uttar Pradesh and Kerala.

Best film critic – meghachandra kongbam – manipur

Best short film fiction – Aushad

Best Social Film Award : – Autodriver Best Art Cultural Film for ‘A Far Afternoon – A Painted Saga’ Best Non Feature Film goes to : Amdavad Ma Famous.

Best Animation Award goes to : Fisherwoman and Tuktuk

Best music goes to : ‘A Far Afternoon’ (Non feature)

Best Bodo Film goes to : Dau Huduni Methai.

Best Haryanvi Film Award goes to : Satrangi.

Best Maithili Film Award goes to : Mithila Makhan

Best Tamil Film Award  : Visaranai

Best Telugu Film Award : Kanche

Best Sankrit Film Award : Priyamanasam

Best Punjabi Film Award : ChauthiKoot

Best Konkani Film Award : Enemy

Best Malayalam Film Award : Pathai Mariya

Best Marathi Film Award : Ringan.

Best Hindi Film Award : Dum Laga Ke Haisha

Best Jury Award : kalkikanmani.

Best Choreography Award : Remo Dsouza for BajiraoMastani.

Best Lyrics Award : Varun Grover  for ‘Moh Moh Ke Dhaagey’.

Best Makeup Artiste Award : Nank Shah Fakir team.

Best Editing Award : Lt. TE Kishore for Visaranai.

Best Sound Designer Award : Biswajit Chatterjee for Bajiraomastani

Best Dialogue Award : Juhi Chaturvedi and Himanshu Sharma for Piku, TWMR.

Best Cinematography Award : Biswajit Chatterjee  for Bajiraomastani

Best Screenplay Adapted Award :VishalBhardwaj for Talwar

Best Screenplay Original Award : Piku.

Best Supporting Actress: TanviAzmi for Bajiraomastani.

Best Special Mention : Ritika Singh, Runku Rajguru, Jayasurya.

Best Children’s Film : Duronto

Best Female Singer : MonaliThakur for ‘Moh Moh Ke Dhaagey’.

Best Social Film : Nirnnayakam.

Best Popular Film For Wholesome Entertainment : SalmanKhan’s BajrangiBhaijaan.

Best Special Effects Award : Baahubali. Indira Gandhi

Best Debut Director Award : ghaywan for Masaan

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