Each year many award functions are held to honour the excellent work done by Indian film industry. Various categories are differentiated, cast and actors are nominated, and finally, the one who won the hearts of 1.2 billion people and critics wins the award. One of the prominent Awards is Colors Screen Awards. Mr Vivek Goenka, Express Group’s chairman, is the man behind these awards. These started back in the year 1994. Each year Colors honours unbelievable talent to our stars on the silver screen. 19th Annual Colors Screen Awards organised in the year 2013, were held in Mumbai.
Let’s have a look what was special this year! Through the promos, nominations were clear to the audience and speculations were round the corner as who’ll bag this prestigious Golden lady. And final the day of judgement is here. We have a full list of winners with us. Starting with the best film of the year, ‘
Paan Singh Tomar’ surpassed all and bagged this honour. For the same,
Irrfan Khan won the Best Actor sharing it with
Ranbir Kapoor, who won it for his ‘Barfi.’ The ‘Dirty Picture’ girl,
Vidya Balan surprised everyone with her flick ‘Kahani’ and won Best Actress for the same.
Anurag Basu, who’s superhit movie ‘Barfi’ astonished everyone, won the Best Director.
Among the Best supporting role, we have winners like
Nawazuddin Siddiqui for Talaash and
Dolly Ahluwalia for
Vicky Donor. The best- marketed film is Barfi, and best- animated movie is Safari. Dance Guru,
Prabhu Deva won the Best Choreography for his song ‘Go Go Go Govinda.’
Javed Akhtar won the Best lyricist for his song ‘Muskaan Jhooti Hai’ from Talaash. ‘Barfi’ girl Ileana DCruz won the Most Promising Newcomer (Female), and Ayushman Khurana is the Most Promising Newcomer (Male) for Vicky Donor.
Gauri Shinde won for the same category for her hit flick ‘
English Vinglish.’ Priyanka and Ranbir’s Jodi as Jhilmil and Barfi won the Best Jodi. Except for the awards, many mind blowing performances also wooed the audiences.
Deepika Padukone, Shahrukh Khan,
Salman Khan, etc. are the name of the few performers who entertained the audience. 100 years of Indian Cinema was the theme celebrated on stage and veteran director – producer;
Yash Chopra receives standing ovation while he was receiving Lifetime Achievement Award. The award night ended with warm hugs, appreciations, smiles and promises to return next year with some new movies who’ll make Indian Cinema proud globally.