Mukta Barve won six Maharashtra state cinema awards, including one for Best Debut and five for Best Actress in various plays and films. The article contains further information on Mukta Barve.
Six honors From a total of 52 nominations, the film received 33 prizes. Aadukalam received six National Film Awards at the 58th National Film Awards ceremony, tying Kannathil Muthamittal (2002) for the most National Film Awards won by a Tamil film. The award was given for Best Feature Film in Tamil.
Aadukalam is a 2002 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by S. J. Sujatha and written by her husband Saravana Rajendran. It features Prabhu and Vijayalakshmi in the lead roles while Ranjith plays an important role as well. The music was composed by Vidyasagar. The film was produced by his daughter Radha Ravi under their banner RR Productions. It tells the story of two college students who meet during a marriage procession and later become friends. However, one of them gets married to another woman without telling the first one. When the first one finds out about it, he decides not to attend the wedding and leaves for Canada. The film released on 15 August 2002 and performed well at the box office.
The film won six awards at the 2003 International Chennai Film Festival including Best Film, Best Director (Saravana Rajendran), Best Actor - Prabhu, Best Actress - Vijayalakshmi, and Special Jury Award. It also won five awards at the 2004 Kalaimani Awards including Best Film.
Including ties and repeat winners, the government of India has given 55 Best Actress awards to 44 different actresses over the years. The first award was given in 1954 to Rekha for her performance in Pahari Desh. It was followed by several other awards throughout the years. However, only a few of these awards are considered legitimate because some of them were given after repeated nominations.
The official website of the Indian National Film Awards states that there are currently 54 awards available for Best Actress. Out of these, 44 have been awarded to date. The remaining 10 nominations are either missing or have yet to be awarded.
Here is a list of all women who have won the Best Actress National Film Award:
1954 - Rekha for Pahari Desh
1955 - Savithri for Devadasi
1956 - Savithri again for Devadasi
1957 - Savithri again for Devadasi
1958 - Savithri again for Devadasi
1959 - Savithri again for Devadasi
Superlatives Chiranjeevi has won more accolades than any other actor, with seven. Mahesh Babu has five victories, followed by Sobhan Babu and Venkatesh, who each have four. Kamal Haasan, Mohan Lal, and Akkineni Nageswara Rao each have three wins.
Chiranjeevi started his career in 1978 with the film Sundari Nijangi, which was also the first movie of his brother Singeetam Srinivasa Rao. The film went on to become a success at the box office. After several years away from films, he came back in 1983 with Annakutty Anjaneyanthiyo Adhyayino Nitin! (Which one will love me next?), for which he received a nomination for the Best Actor Award at the 33rd National Film Awards. This was followed by many more successes including Iddaru Mitrulu (1985), Kumki (1989), Brahmaava (1990), Bhale Thopadali (1991), and Dhooladhavan (1997).
In addition to the seven main awards given out by the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, there are also two other awards called Special Jury Awards and Special Achievement Awards. Chiranjeevi has won both the SJA and the SAG award.
Pallavi received three National Film Awards: Second Best Feature Film, Best Kannada Feature Film, and Best Direction. It was also nominated for five Karnataka State Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Direction (Lankesh), Best Music (Rajeev Taranath), Best Screenplay, and Best Dialogues (Lankesh). At the 44th National Film Awards, it won the second best feature film in India.
She also won the Sukhdev Thapar Award in 2004 for her contribution to Indian cinema. The award is given by the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) to a female director for his or her outstanding contribution to Indian cinema.
Other than these, she has been awarded with several other prizes such as CineMAA Award, South Indian Film Critics Association Award, and Vairamuthu Award among others.
In addition, Pallavi has been selected for the World Cinema Fund's Women Who Tell Their Own Stories project. The program aims at promoting awareness about women directors around the world. It will provide her with financial support along with mentorship from successful filmmakers.
Pallavi has said that she wants to make films that speak to people's hearts and minds.
She believes that stories are told to unite us and help us understand each other better. So stories should be told in a way that they can educate, inspire, and motivate people.
He has received numerous other awards, including two National Film Awards, nine Kerala State Film Awards, one Nandi Award, nine Filmfare Awards South, two Screen Awards, one International Indian Film Academy Award, four South Indian International Movie Awards, and eleven Kerala Film Critics Association Awards. He also holds the record for most Best Actor nominations at the Filmfare Awards South.
Mohanlal has won several awards for his acting performances. He won the National Film Award for Best Actor for his role in 1986 film Mohenjo Daro. He has been nominated for the award five times more than any other actor. His other wins include three Kerala State Film Awards and one Nandi Award.
Mammootty is one of India's most popular actors. He has won several awards throughout his career, including three National Film Awards and two Kerala State Film Awards.
Together, they are one of the most successful acting couples in Indian cinema. They have appeared in a number of films together, with their first collaboration coming in 1983's Poove Unnathu Kalam. Their latest project is Aami - The Return, which was released in 2016.
Both actors began their careers as child artists before moving on to lead roles. Mammootty played the title character in the 1980 film Angadi, which was followed by another lead role the next year in Palaattukari.
The Top 10 Bollywood Actors Who Have Won The Most Awards For Best Actor 1. Dilip Kumar. Dilip Kumar, without a doubt the greatest artist in Indian history, has received the most honors. He has won three National Film Awards and four Filmfare Awards - more than any other actor.
Two other actors are close behind him: Rajesh Khanna won two National Film Awards and five Filmfares - a total of seven awards - and Shahrukh Khan won one National Film Award and three Filmfares - a total of four awards.
Other famous faces who have won multiple awards include Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bhaduri Daggubati, Sanjay Gandhi, and Vijay Anand.
Dilip Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, and Shahrukh Khan have all won the award twice. No other actor has won more than two awards.
Winners were announced in 1962-1969, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2015.