69th National Film Awards: President Droupadi Murmu presented awards today


The 69th National Film Awards, which honored films censored in 2021, occurred in August 2023 at the National Media Centre in New Delhi. Filmmakers Ketan Mehta and Vasanth S Sai, as well as poet and journalist Yatindra Mishra, served as the jury chairpersons for the event, organized by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

The 69th National Film Awards were presented today by President Droupadi Murmu at the Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. The award for Best Actress went to Kriti Sanon and Alia Bhatt jointly. Sanon expressed gratitude to God and his supporters for the recognition, stating that she hoped the award would encourage young people to pursue their dreams. Allu Arjun was the first Telugu celebrity to win the Best Actor in National Film Awards history.

69th National Film Awards: Indian President Droupadi Murmu will present awards today

69th National Film Awards: In New Delhi, President Droupadi Murmu bestowed the 69th National Film Awards. At the National Film Awards, Kriti Sanon and Alia Bhatt share the Best Actress prize, and Allu Arjun becomes the first Telugu actor to win Best Actor.

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President Droupadi Murmu will deliver the 69th National Film Awards

The 69th National Film Awards were presented by President Droupadi Murmu at the Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi today. The National Film Award for Best Actress went to actors Kriti Sanon and Alia Bhatt jointly. The names of the winners emerged in August 2023.

Kriti Sanon’s statement after winning the award

Kriti to the news organization ANI after winning the Best Actor award, “I admire God and my supporters for everything. I received a response to my prayers. I record thoughts in my diary about my life, aspirations, and achievements. I wrote in my diary after filming “Mimi” that I would receive the national award for my work in this movie, and I did. I hope this achievement encourages young people who see thousands of dreams come true and want to do the same.”

The first Telugu celebrity to win Best Actor

Actor Allu Arjun, who went to Delhi for the event, is the first Telugu celebrity to win the Best Actor accolade in National Film Awards history. He will receive a prize for his work in “Pushpa.”

Other noticeable awards

R Madhavan, who made his directorial debut with “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect,” also won the national award for best feature film. The Nargis Dutt Award for the top feature film on national integration will go to The Kashmir Files.

69th National Film Awards: List of winners

The winners of the 69th National Film Awards appear below

Best Movie: Rocketry- The Nambi Effect (Hindi)
Best Actor (Male):Allu Arjun for Pushpa (The Rise Part I) (Telugu)
Best Actor (Female): Kriti Sanon for Mimi (Hindi) and Alia Bhatt for Gangubai Kathiawadi (Hindi)
Best Director: Nikhil Mahajan, Godavari (Marathi)
Indira Gandhi Award for Debut in Direction_Best Movie: Meppadiyan
Nargis Dutt Award_Best Movie on National Integration: The Kashmir Files (Hindi)
Award for the Best Entertainment-Providing Popular Film: RRR (Telugu)
Best Supporting Actor (Male): Pankaj Tripathi, Mimi (Hindi)
Best Supporting Actor (Female): Pallavi Joshi, The Kashmir Files
Award on Social Issue_Best Movie: Anunaad: The Resonance (Assamese)
Award for children’s movie_Best Movie: Gandhi&Co. (Gujarati)
Award about Preserving or Conserving the Enviornment_ Best Movie: Aavasavyuham (Malayalam)
Best Child Artist: Bhavin Rabari, Last Film Show (Gujarati)
Best Cinematography: Sardar Udham (Hindi)
Best Action Direction Award: RRR
Awards for Playback Singer- Male Singer: Kaala Khairava, RRR (Telugu)
Awards for Playback Singer- Female Singer: I.Nizhal & S.Ghoshal
Best Screenplay: Gangubai Kathiawadi (Hindi) and Nayattu (The Hunt) (Malayalam)
Best Choreography: RRR
Best Editing: Gangubai Kathiawadi (Hindi)
Best Cinematography: Sardar Udham (Hindi)
Best Music Direction: RRR and Pushpa (The Rise Part I)
Special Jury Award: Shershaah
Best Audiography: Chavittu and Jhilli
Best Special Effects: RRR
Best Lyrics: Konda Polam (Telugu)
Best Costume Designer: Sardar Udham (Hindi)
Best Make-up Artist: Gangubai Kathiawadi

Best Feature Film Category ( Languages listed in the Constitution)

Hindi- Best Movie: Sardar Udham
Telugu- Best Movie: Uppena (Wave)
Assamese- Best Movie: Anur
Malayalam- Best Movie: Home
Bengali-Best Movie: Kalkokkho – House of Time
Marathi- Best Movie: Ekda Kay Zala
Odia- Best Movie: Pratikshya (The Wait)
Gujarati- Best Movie: Last Film Show
Meiteilon- Best Movie: Eikhoigi Yum (Our Home)
Kannada- Best Movie: Charlie
Maithili- Best Movie: Samanantar (The Parallel)

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