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Thursday, May 19, 2011

58th National Film Awards

The National Award for best actor will be shared by Tamil cinema''s Dhanush and Malayalam actor Salim Kumar for their work in "Aadukalam" and "Adaminde Makan Abu", respectively.
Marathi actress Mitalee Jagtap Paradhar won the National Award for best actress for her performance in the movie "Baboo Band Baaja".
Best cinematographer award has been awarded to Madhu Ambat, while best audiography went to Ishqiya.
''Moner Manush'' by filmmaker Goutam Ghosh won the ''Best Film on national Integration'', while Malayalam movie ''Adaminte Makan Avu'' won the ''Best Feature Film'' award.
Champions'', a Marathi motion picture bagged the National Award for ''Best Film on Social Issues''.

Salman Khan-starrer Dabangg got the 58th National Award for wholesome entertainment,
Vishal Bhardwaj's rural drama "Ishqiya" Thursday won four National Awards -- including awards for best music for the director and best female playback singer for his wife Rekha Bhardwaj.
There were two technical awards for the film -- while Kamod Karade won best audiography location sound recordist, Debajit Changmai was named best re-recordist of the final mixed track.
Journalist Avijit Ghosh's book 'Cinema Bhojpuri' finds a special mention in the "Best Writing on Cinema" category. The citation on Avijit's book says: "Often dismissed as a poor cousin of mainstream Hindi cinema, Bhojpuri cinema, however has many interesting cultural strains that Avijit Ghosh has laid bare. Any one conversant with life in North Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh, or in many lands far beyond, would recognize the importance of this 'subaltern' effort."
'Champions', a Marathi motion picture bagged the National Award for 'Best Film on Social Issues'.
'Rekha bharadwaj gets best female playback singer for Ishqiya'.

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