The 63rd Britannia Filmfare Awards South winners honoured

The Biggest southern Cinema celebration honored the best of talents across popular categories As the stage was set ablaze with the best performances and biggest stars of Southern Cinema,...
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The Biggest southern Cinema celebration honored the best of talents across popular categories

As the stage was set ablaze with the best performances and biggest stars of Southern Cinema, all eyes were on the coveted Black Lady. The largest Southern Cinema celebration, the 63rd Britannia Filmfare Awards South successfully put together a spell binding show, better and bigger than ever before. What made the gala evening worth remembering were the breathtaking performances which electrified the atmosphere and made everyone dance on its tunes.

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Singer Chinmayi and her actor husband Rahul were the perfect emcees who managed to keep the audiences glued to their chairs and entertained them with their wit and spontaneity. The star studded night witnessed some dazzling performances by the southern divas like Rakul Preet Singh, Amy Jackson, Catherine Tresa, Pranita Subhash, Amulya, Rima Kalingal, Aparna Vinod and Haripriya (Shruthi C).

Gorgeous Rakul Preet Singh grooved on the tunes of some popular Telugu numbers from her movies like Mega Mega and Le Chalo from Bruce Lee, Love Dhebba from Nannaku Prematho, Kukkuruku kukkuruku from Kick 2 and Edukondala Venkata from Rough. All eyes were on Amy Jackson when she began her performance with romantic Hindi number Hosanna from Ek Deewana Tha and added more flavors to it with Telugu songs Na Manasu Neelo from Nannaku Prematho, Mutta

Bujji from Gethu and later on performed on Tamil song Ranga Ranga from Theri. Catherine Tresa burnet the dance floor with her electrifying performance in Tamil song Naan Nee from her movie Madras and later moved to Telugu songs, this is the private party and Block Buster from Sarrainodu.

Pranita brought the house down with her killer moves in Telugu songs like Follow Follow from Nanuku Prematho, Raara Aatagadaa from Ok Bangaram, Door No from Oopiri and Khakee Chokka from Sardar Gabbar Singh. Actress Amulya rocked on Kannada songs Punyathgithi Ninge Esthu Boyfriends and Crazy Boys from Gajakesari, Bangaru and Hudagi from Maduveva Mamateya Kareyole. Aparna took the energy to a whole new level with her picture perfect dance moves on peppy Malayalam numbers like Thudakkam Mangalyam from Bangalore Days, Appangal Embadum from Usthad Hotel, Cham Cham Chamak from Mallu Singh, Hementhan from Kohinoor and Johnny Mone Johnny from ABCD. Haripriya showcased her picture perfect moves with Kannada songs Chanana Chanana from Ugramm, Jagadodharana from Ranna, Kaal kg Kallekai and Baare Kunthkole from Bulletbassya. The Malayalam beauty Rima Kallingal performed on Malayalam songs like Idukki from Maheshinte Parthikaram, Raav Maayave from Vettha, Sundaripenne from Charlie and Mukkathe Penne from Ennu Ninte Moideen.

An amalgamation of fun and entertainment, audiences also saw an honest appreciation and admiration for good cinema across Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada by the entire southern fraternity.

The title sponsor of the show is Britannia Industries Ltd. Associate sponsors were, Dazller Eterna, LYF and Reliance Trends. The other media partners include – Radio Partner – Radio Mirchi; Telecast Partner – Vijay TV, MAA TV, Suvarna TV and Asianet; Hospitality Partner – Hyderabad International Convention Center & Novotel; Beverage Partner Blackdog and Kingfisher, Multiplex Partner – Orienta Cine Advertising and Trophy Partner – The Award Gallery.

Best Choreographer: Sekhar V J Kung Fu Kumaari (Bruce Lee – The Fighter)

Best Cinematographer: K K Senthil Kumar Baahubali
Best Debut

Tamil – G V Prakash (Darling)
Telegu – Akhil Akkineni (Akhil)
Telugu – Pragya Jaiswal (Kanche)
Malayalam – Sai Pallavi (Premam)
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Dr. M. Mohan Babu
CRITICS JURY AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR (FEMALE)
Malayalam – Amala Paul (Mili)
Kannada – Rachitha Ram (Ranna)
Tamil – Jyotika (36 Vayadhinile)
Telugu – Nithya Menon (Malli Malli Idhi Rani Roju)
CRITICS JURY AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR (MALE)
Malayalam – Jayasurya (Su Sudhi Vatmeekam)
Kannada – Sanchari Vijay (Nanu Avanalla Avalu)
Tamil – Jayam Ravi (Thani Oruvan)
Telugu – Nani (Bhale Bhale Magadivoy)
BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (FEMALE)
Malayalam – Shreya Ghosal (Kathirunnu Kathirunnu – Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Inchara Rao (Kareyole – Rangitharanga)
Tamil – Shweta Mohan (Enna Sola – Thanga Magan)
Telugu – Geetha Madhuri (Jeevanadhi – Baahubali)

BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (MALE)
Malayalam – Vijay Yesudas (Malare Ninne – Premam)
Kannada – Santhosh Venky (Raja Raniyenthe – Raate)
Tamil – Sid Sriram (Ennodo Nee Irundhal – I)
Telugu – M L R Karthikeyan (Pora Srimanthudu – Srimanthudu)

BEST LYRICS
Malayalam – Rafeeq Ahmed (Kathirunnu Kathirunnu – Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Jayanth Kaikini – (Nenepe Nithya Mallige – Kendasampige)
Tamil – Madhan Karky (Pookalaey Satru – I)
Telugu – Sirivennala Seetharama Sastry (Raa Mundadugedham – Kanche)

BEST MUSIC
Malayalam – M. Jayachandran (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Sridhar V Sambhram (Krishna Leela)
Tamil – A R Rahman (I)
Telugu – Devi Sri Prasad (Srimanthudu)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (MALE)
Malayalam – Tovino Thomas (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Saikumar (Rangitharanga)
Tamil – Arvind Swami (Thani Oruvan)
Telugu – Allu Arjun (Rudhramadevi)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (FEMALE)
Malayalam – Lena (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Sudharani (Vastuprakara)
Tamil – Radhika Sarathkumar (Thanga Magan)
Telugu – Ramya Krishnan (Baahubali)

BEST FILM

Malayalam – Pathemari

Kannada – Rangitharanga

Tamil – Kakka Muttai

Telugu – Baahubali
BEST DIRECTOR
Malayalam – R.S.Vimal (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Anup Bhandary (Rangitharanga)
Tamil – M Raja (Thani Oruvan)
Telugu – S S Rajamouli (Baahubali)
BEST ACTOR (FEMALE)
Malayalam – Parvathy (Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Kannada – Parul Yadav (Aatagaara)
Tamil – Nayantara (Naanum Rowdy Dhaan)
Telugu – Anushka Shetty (Rudhramadevi)

BEST ACTOR (MALE)
Malayalam – Mammootty (Pathemari)
Kannada – Puneeth Rajkumar (Ranavikrama)
Tamil – Vikram (I)
Telugu – Mahesh Babu (Srimanthudu)

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