Actor Brahmaji at the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
The exceptional award ceremony was hosted by the charming duo Diganth and Ramesh Aravind who were seen engaging with the audience and celebrities and making the evening a fun and entertaining
Saniya Iyappan put on a best show which kept the audiences entertained
Pushpa Movie Director Sukumar with wife Thabitha the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Pooja Hegde had the viewers hooked with her dance moves to some of the popular hits like Gudilo Badilo, Andha Arabi, ButtaBomma, and more
Mrunal Thakur gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Mrunal Thakur at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Lovely Saniyalyappan gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Lively Shenaaz Gill gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - ALLU ARAVIND
Krithi Shetty kept the audiences entertained at Filmfare Awards South 2022
Handsome R Madhavan the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Goregous Aahana Kumra gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Evergreen Tabu gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Diva Pooja Hegde gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE (MALE) - ALLU ARJUN (PUSHPA) in Telugu Award Category
Director Raj B Shetty at the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE (FEMALE) - SAI PALLAVI (LOVE STORY) in Telugu Catgeory
Dhee makes a fashion statement at the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
BEST ACTRESS (CRITICS) - APARNA BALAMURALI (SOORARAI POTTRU) in Tamil category
BEST ACTRESS (CRITICS) - APARNA BALAMURALI (SOORARAI POTTRU) in Tamil category
BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE (MALE) - DHANANJAY (BADAVA RASCAL) in Kannada Category
BEST ACTOR (CRITICS) - NANI (SHYAM SINGHA ROY) in Telugu Catgeory
Beautiful Aindrita Ray gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Beautiful Aindrita Ray performing at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Actress Aparna Balamurali gracing the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Actor Sundeep Kishan at the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Actor Donal Bisht at the red carpet at the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022
Act 1978, Jai Bhim, Pushpa: The Rise- Part 1, and Ayyappanum Koshiyum were honoured with the Best Film Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam respectively at 67th Parle Filmfare Awards…
To celebrate the cinematic brilliance of Indian films encompassing four languages namely, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada, Filmfare on Oct 9 hosted the 67th Parle Filmfare Awards South 2022 with Kamar Film Factor. The best movies, actors, and technical talents from Southern India were felicitated with the coveted Black Lady for their work across films released in all four languages between 2020 and 2021.
Hosted by the charming duo Diganth and Ramesh Aravind who were seen engaging with the audience and celebrities and making the evening a fun and entertaining affair for everyone, the evening saw the beloved star of Kannada cinema, the late Puneeth Rajkumar being given the Lifetime Achievement Award posthumously. Coincidentally, it happened to be his death anniversary.
The Winners are:
Pushpa: The Rise – Part 1 received the Best Film Award Telugu. For his mind-blowing performance in this action movie, Allu Arjun came out as the winner under the Best Actor (Male) Telugu category. And the award for Best Actor (Female) went to Sai Pallavi for her outstanding performance in Love Story. Director Sukumar Bandreddi received the award under the Best Director Award by Popular Choice Telugu category for the film Pushpa: The Rise- Part 1.
Jai Bhim was awarded the Best Film Award Tamil as the crowd and the cast members of the film cheered in joy. Director Sudha Kongara was felicitated with Best Director Award by Popular Choice Tamil for his super hit film Soorarai Pottru. Actors Suriya and Lijomol Jose were felicitated with the Best Actor (Male and Female) Telugu category for their brilliant performances in their films Soorarai Pottru and Jai Bhim respectively.
Nimisha Sajayan was awarded the Best Actor (Female) Malayalam award for her film The Great Indian Kitchen. Biju Menon’s excellent performance in the film Ayyappanum Koshiyum won him the Best Actor (Male) Malayalam category award and the audience applauded him as he walked up the stage. The winner of the Best Film in Malayalam category was none other than Ayyappanum Koshiyum. And finally, the Best Director Malayalam was awarded to Senna Hegde for the film Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam.
Raj B Shetty was invited onto the stage to collect his Best Director Kannada award for the master-piece Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana. The audience applauded as Act 1978 won the Best Film Kannada award. Yagna Shetty also bagged the Best Actor (Female) Kannada for her role in Act 1978. Best Actor (Male) Kannada was awarded to Dhananjaya for his performance in the blockbuster movie Badava Rascal.
This mega celebration took place in Bengaluru at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre.
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Rajamouli’s RRR wins the prestigious Saturn Award
Pan-India director SS Rajamouli’s period drama ‘RRR’, starring South superstars – Ram Charan and Jr NTR, is going places. The movie, which turned out to be a blockbuster worldwide, has received a tremendous response from the audience in Japan by winning the prestigious Saturn Award in the Best International Film category.
The makers tweeted sharing the good news, “We RRR honored to win the prestigious #SaturnAward for the Best International award !! The entire team of #RRRMovie thanks the jury for appreciating our film…”
A video of the filmmaker himself was shared where SS Rajamouli expressed his excitement, “I’m so glad that our film RRR has won the Saturn Award in the Best International Film category. I thank the jury on behalf of our entire team. We are super elated. This is also the second Saturn Award for my films. The first one I won for Baahubali: The Conclusion. I would like to congratulate all the other winners.”
Rana Daggubati joins the Avengers team, lends his voice for Thanos
Actor Rana Daggubati has lent his voice for the character of Thanos in the Telugu version of the film Avengers: Infinity War. The mega Marvel Cinematic Universe Hollywood film directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo and produced by Kevin Feige will release worldwide on April 27.
Rana has finished dubbing for the movie and is super excited about the project. In a statement, he has said that he has grown up reading Marvel comics and watching Marvel movies and that dubbing for the character of Thanos was a thrill. Rana said, Dubbing for Thanos, a villain so powerful that some of the biggest superheroes have a tough time dealing with, is an exciting experience.
Bikram Duggal, Executive Director and Head, Studio Entertainment, Disney India, while talking about the association with Rana, said, This year marks a milestone for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it turns 10 and to add to the excitement, we are releasing Avengers: Infinity War ? the biggest superhero crossover one has ever seen. We are offering our fans in South India an opportunity to experience the grandeur of the movie in a language that they prefer. With Rana Daggubati coming on board as the voice of Thanos, we are confident of reaching out to a wider audience base while retaining the magnitude and staying true to the ethos of the Marvel brand.”
‘Women only fit to sleep with men:’ Senior Telugu actor Chalapathi Rao booked for his remarks
Senior Telugu actor Chalapathi Rao booked by Hyderabad Police for allegedly passing sexist remarks about women. A case has been registered against him at Saroornagar Police Station when a womens organisation filed a complaint against him.
Rao, during an audio launch of Nagarjunas son Naga Chaitanyas upcoming film, said that women are only fit to be good partners in bed. He had made the comments when an anchor during the programme sought his opinion whether girls are a disturbance to mental peace, (which is the tagline of the movie). Rao responded by saying, What can I say if you ask like that? Women aren’t a disturbance to peace. But, are useful to sleep with.
Rao faced a huge backlash on social media after he made those derogatory comments. Rao, while speaking to a TV channel, rendered an apology by saying that he has immense respect for women.
However actor Nagarjuna’s comments came only after Rao’s comments revoked a negative reaction from women’s organisation. I always respect women personally and in my films. I definitely do not agree with Chalapathi Raos derogatory comments. Dinosaurs do not exist!!, Nagarjuna tweeted on Tuesday.