Critic's Choice Film Awards make their debut, Shah Rukh Khan appears, Vineet Singh lands Best Actor for Mukkabaaz. Full list of winners and more here.
Author: Tribe Desk |
April 22nd 2019
The Motion Content Group & Film Critics Guild in collaboration with Vistas Capital presented the first ever Critics Choice Film Awards this weekend. We believe the voting critics included those registered under Film Critics Guild, which finds its chairperson in (surprise, surprise) the trailblazer Anupama Chopra.
But our favourite part is the Best Actor Award. Vineet Kumar Singh, who we declared as the #filmtribe Best Actor 2018 for Mukkabaaz(full list), got his due here, winning the trophy. Find the full list below.
ACTING Best Actor - Vineet Singh, Mukkabaaz
Best Actress - Alia Bhatt, Raazi
Best Supporting Actor - Manoj Pahwa, Mulk
Best Supporting Actress - Surekha Sikri, Badhaai Ho
CRAFT Best Film in Hindi - Andhadhun
Best Director - Sriram Raghavan, Andhadhun
Best Writing - Arijit Biswas, Yogesh Chandekar, Sriram Raghavan, Hemanth M. Rao, Pooja Ladha Surti, Andhadhun
Best Editing - Pooja Ladha Surti, Andhadhun
Best Cinematography - Pankaj Kumar, Tumbbad
Best Production Design - Nitin Zihani Choudhary and Rakesh Yadav, Tumbbad
Best Background Score - Jesper Kyd, Tumbbad
Best Song - Halla, Manmarziyaan (Composer - Amit Trivedi, Singers - Jyoti Nooran and Romy)
Extraordinary Achievement Award - Reshma Pathan, ‘India’s First Stuntwoman’
P.S. Andhadhun is having a great week. It has made over $40 million in China already with no signs of slowing down. That is more than its total collection in India (approx. $33.4 million).
Best Film in Malayalam -Ee Ma Yau, Lijo Jose Pellissery
Best Film in Tamil -Pariyerum Perumal, Mari Selvaraj
Best Film in Kannada - Ondalla Eradalla, D Satya Prakash
Best Film in Telugu - c/o Kancharapalem, Maha Venkatesh
Best Film in Bengali - Pupa, Indrasis Acharya
Best Film in Marathi - Lathe Joshi, Mangesh Joshi
Best Film in Gujarati - Reva, Rahul Bhole and Vinit Kanojia
The event was held on Sunday night, 21 April 2019, at Rang Mandir in Bandra West, Mumbai, and hosted by Neha Dhupia. For many others, the highlight of the evening was the surprise appearance by Shah Rukh Khan. Watch his speech here.