68th National Awards: Best Actor Suriya; Dominant ‘Suraraippoortu’


The 68th National Film Awards have been announced for the films released in 2020. Let’s see which film won the awards in which categories.

Best Picture: ‘Like SuraraThe National Award for Best Film has been announced for the film.

Best Actor: It has been announced that the award will be shared between two actors. Accordingly, the National Award for Best Actor has been announced for Suriya for Suraraippoortu and Ajay Devgan for ‘The Unsung Warrior’.

Best Actress: ‘Aparna Balamurali has been announced for Suraraippoortu.

Best Supporting Actor (Female): Lakshmi Priya Chandramouli has been announced for Sivaranjani and some women.

Best Tamil Movie: Award for Best Tamil Film ‘Sivaranjani and some women’ The film has been announced. This film was directed by Vasant. ‘Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam’ has been selected as the best Malayalam film.

Best Music Composer (Background Music): In Tamil ‘Suraraipoortu’ GV Prakashkumar has been announced with a National Award for Best Pinnani Music in the film.

Best Editing: Editor Sreekarprasad announced National Award for ‘Sivaranjini and some women’.

Best Screenplay: Both Shalini Usha Nair and Sudhakongara have been announced for the best screenplay award for ‘Suraraippoortu’.

Best Screenplay (Diologue Writer): Madone Ashwin has been announced as the Best Screenplay Writer Award for ‘Mandela’.

Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Director: Director Madonnas Ashwin has been announced for Mandela.

Best Stunt Award: Rajasekar, Mafia Sasi and Supreme Sundar have been announced for ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’.

Best Music Composer Award: Music composer Thaman has been announced as the best music composer for the Telugu film ‘Aala Vaikunthapuramulo’.

Best Female Playback Singer: Nanjamma has been announced for ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’. The Best Male Playback Singer award was announced for Rahul Desh Pandey for the Marathi film ‘Mee Vasantharao’.

Best Supporting Actor: Biju Menon has been announced for Ayyappan and Koshy.

Best Director: KR Sachithanandan (deceased), director of Ayyappanum Koshyum, has been conferred with the National Award for Best Director.

Best Book on Cinema: By Kiswar Desai ‘The Longest Kiss’ Submitted to the book.

Madhya Pradesh has been declared as the Most Film Friendly State.

A total of 305 films in 30 languages ​​were submitted for the National Awards. Out of which the above are selected as the best.

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