66th National Film Awards List PDF Download


Feature Films Section


S.No.

Title of Film

Name Of Film

Awardee

Medal

& Cash Prize

Citation

1.

Best Feature Film

HELLARO (Gujarati)

Producer: Saarthi Productions LLP


Director: Abhishek Shah

Swarna Kamal and Rs. 2,50,000 (each)

The film is a strong statement on women empowerment against patriarchal Society.

2.

Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director

NAAL (Marathi)

Producer: Mrudhgandh Films LLP


Director: Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti

Swarna Kamal and Rs.1,25,000 (each)

The film is a poignant message about the ethics of adoption, told through a child’s perspective.

3.

Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment

BADHAAI HO

(Hindi)

Producer: Junglee Pictures Limited


Director: Amit Sharma

Swarna Kamal and Rs. 2,00,000/- (each)

The film breaks the stereotype of middle age pregnancy through easy narrative, effective characterization and pithy dialogues.

4.

Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration

ONDALLA ERADALLA

(Kannada)

Producer: D N Cinemas


Director: Satya Prakash D

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,50,000/- (each)

The film tries to break political and religious divide through the eye of a child.

5.

Best Film on Social Issues

PADMAN (Hindi)

Producer: Hope Productions Pvt. Ltd.


Director: R. Balki

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,50,000/- (each)

An undiscussed social issue of women’s personal hygiene narrated compellingly and with aplomb.


6.

Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preserv ation

PAANI (Marathi)

Producer: Purple Pebble Pictures


Director: Addinath Kothare

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,50,000/- (each)

The film traces the story of a dry and parched village that comes together to generate their most valuable resource – Water.

7.

Best Children's Film

SARKARI HIRIYA PRATHAMIKA SHALE KASARGODU

(Kannada)

Producer : Rishab Shetty Films


Director: Rishab Shetty

Swarna Kamal and Rs. 1,50,000/- (each)

The film effectively portrays the positive action of children to tackle the issue of language politics in schools located on State borders.

8.

Best Direction

URI : THE SURGICAL STRIKE

(Hindi)

Director: Aditya Dhar

Swarna Kamal and Rs. 2,50,000/-

The challenge of telling a true story of military action in a realistic manner is

dealt with utmost clarity and effectiveness

9.

Best Actor (Shared)

ANDHADHUN

(Hindi) &


URI : THE SURGICAL STRIKE

(Hindi)

Ayushmann Khurrana &

Vicky Kaushal

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 50,000/- (Shared)

Powerful execution of a complex role of ‘now blind & now not blind’ character.


For effectively conveying a realistic character of an army officer.

10.

Best Actress

MAHANATI

(Telugu)

Keerthy Suresh

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

For a range of emotions across vast span of time.

11.

Best Supporting Actor

CHUMBAK

(Marathi)

Supporting Actor:

Swanand Kirkire

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

For the ability to invoke empathy in the audience.


12.

Best Supporting Actress

BADHAAI HO

(Hindi)

Supporting Actress:

Surekha Sikri

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

A compelling performance as a Matriarch with a modern attitude.

13.

Best Child Artist

ONDALLA ERADALLA

(Kannada)


HARJEETA

(Punjabi) HAMID (Urdu)


NAAL (Marathi)

P V Rohith


Sameep Singh

Talha Arshad Reshi Shrinivas Pokale

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

For impishly manoeuvering through a series of events, while staying focused on his character.


For effectively depicting the struggle of a Hockey player to rise from his rural roots.


For the poise in the character depicting a range of emotions.


For performing effortlessly through complicated emotions.

14.

Best Male Playback Singer

PADMAAVAT

(Hindi)

Arijit Singh

Song “ Binte Dil Misriya mein …. ”

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

For unique tonal quality of voice with perfect blend of emotion and technique.

15.

Best Female Playback Singer

NATHICHARAMI

(Kannada)

Bindhu Malini Song “ Maayavi Manave…..”

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

For rendering a haunting melody that appears to be the voice of the conscience of the protagonist.

16.

Best Cinematography

OLU (Malayalam)

Cameraman: M J Radhakrishnan

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

Different landscapes, elements and texture come alive to bring a sense of beauty and grace.

17.

Best Screenplay

CHI ARJUN LA SOW

(Telugu)

Screenplay writer (original):

Rahul Ravindran

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/- (each)

The screenplay is modern take on the traditional custom of arranged marriage.




ANDHADHUN

(Hindi)


Screenplay writer (adapted): Sriram Raghavan , Arijit Biswas, Yogesh Chandekar, Hemant Rao & Pooja Ladha Surti



Crisp and intriguing story that keeps the audiences on tenterhooks.

TARIKH (Bengali)

Dialogue Writer:

Churni Ganguly

Deep meaningful conversations that explore interpersonal relationships.

18.

Best Audiography

TENDLYA (Marathi)

Location Sound Recordist (for sync sound films only) : Gaurav Verma


Sound Designer : Bishwadeep Dipak Chatterjee


Re- recordist of the final mixed track:

Raja Krishnan M.R

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/- (each)

The flavour and mood of the small town is vastly enhanced by the ambient aural quality.




URI :THE SURGICAL

STRIKE (Hindi)


An orchestra of created as well as recorded aural dimensions.




RANGASTHALAM

(Telugu)


Playing with beauty and essence of the tonal quality of the silence.

19.

Best Editing

NATHICHARAMI

(Kannada)

Editor:

Nagendra K Ujjani

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

Crisp and smooth transition between different characters is a hallmark.

20.

Best Production Design

KAMMARA SAMBHAVAM

(Malayalam)

Production Designer:

Bangalan

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

Preparing relevant terrains and sets of different periods and cultures.


21.

Best Costume Designer

MAHANATI

(Telugu)

Costume Director: Indrakshi Pattanaik, Gaurang Shah & Archana Rao

Rajat Kamal and Rs.50,000/-

Evolution of costumes in the Telugu film industry from Black & White era to modern times.

22.

Best Make-up Artist

AWE (Telugu)

Make-up Artist:

Ranjith

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

For bringing out the texture of each face and giving personality to every character.

23.

Best Music Direction

PAADMAAVAT

(Hindi)


URI :THE SURGICAL

STRIKE (Hindi)

Music Director (Songs):

Sanjay Leela Bhansali


Music Director (Background Music): Shashwat Sachdev

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/- (each)

All the songs lift the mood of the film and give a different dimension to the narrative.


The background score excels in providing the right atmosphere for the film.

24.

Best Lyrics

NATHICHARAMI

(Kannada)

Lyricist: Manjunatha S

(Manasor) Song “ Maayavi Manave….”

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000/-

Revolutionary thoughts strung together to convey the innermost feelings of a young woman ready to break societal shackles.

25.

Special Jury Award

HELLARO (Gujarati)

Actresses : Shraddha Dangar, Shachi Joshi, Denisha Ghumra, Neelam Paanchal, Tarjani Bhadla, Brinda Nayak, Tejal Panchasara, Kaushambi Bhatt, Ekta Bachwani, Kamini Panchal, Jagruti Thakore, Riddhi Yadav &

Prapti Mehta

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 2,00,000/- (Shared)

For the ability of a group of rural women characters, acting as a unit, to bring about social transformation while taking the audience through an emotional catharsis.





&


KEDARA (Bengali)


&


Director : Indradip Dasgupta



For using a range of Cinematic Techniques and Methodology to explore one single main character in a limited

space.

26.

Best Special Effects

AWE (Telugu) &


KGF (Kannada)

Srushti Creative Studio &


Unifi Media

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 50,000/- (Shared)

For the dexterity and finesse in bringing to a cohesive conclusion multiple stories and characters in a visually effective manner.


The film successfully and convincingly creates an era of a rough neighborhood, during the 80s.

27.

Best Choreography

PADMAAVAT

(Hindi)

Kruti Mahesh Madya &

Jyoti Tomar


Song: Ghoomar

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 50,000/- (Shared)

Exquisite delicate movements synchronized beautifully, creating a visual treat.

28.

Best Action Direction Award (Stunt Choreography)

KGF (Kannada))

Vikram More &

Anbu Ariv

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 50,000/- (Shared)

A mono chromatic and visceral display of power struggle.




Best Feature Film in each of the language specified in the Schedule VIII of the

Constitution

29.

Best Gujarati Film

REVA

Producer: Brainbox Studios


Director: Rahul Surendrabhai Bhole & Vinit Kumar Ambubhai Kanojiya

Rajat Kamal and Rs. 1,00,000/-


Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (Shared)

The film depicts the transformation from material to spiritual journey of an NRI.

30.

Best Punjabi Film

HARJEETA

Producer: Sizzlin Productions


Director: Vijay Kumar Arora

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

A biopic of a Hockey player, who struggles through his rural background and poverty to rise to the top of his game.

31.

Best Assamese Film

BULBUL CAN SING

Producer: Flying River Films

Director: Rima Das

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

For capturing the trials, tribulations and aspirations of a group of teenagers in

rural Assamese backdrop.

32.

Best Konkani Film

AMORI

Producer: Opus Ga La


Director: Dinesh P Bhonsle

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

An individual’s effort and struggle to correct and overcome a past event.

33.

Best Kannada Film

NATHICHARAMI

Producer: Tejaswini Enterprises


Director: Manjunatha S. (Mansore)

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

Poignantly and sensitively capturing a modern day women’s conflict with set norms, mores and values.


34.

Best Telugu Film

MAHANATI

Producer: Swapna Cinema


Director: Nag Ashwin

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

Biopic of a great Telugu actress effectively told.

35.

Best Malayalam Film

SUDANI FROM NIGERIA

Producer: The Happy Hours Entertainments


Director: Zakariya

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

With a backdrop of sports, the film explores the complexity of emotions in a mother-son relationship.

36.

Best Bengali Film

EK JE CHHILO RAJA

Producer: SVF Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.

Director: Srijit Mukherjee

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

Based on a true story, the film traces the journey of a Maharaja through his quest for identity.

37.

Best Urdu Film

HAMID

Producer: Saregama India Limited


Director: Aijaz Khan

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

A child’s perspective of religion and life, as he searches for his lost father.

38.

Best Hindi Film

ANDHADHUN

Producer: Matchbox Pictures Pvt. Ltd.


Director: Sriram Raghavan


The film is a judicious mix of intrigue and creativity.

39.

Best Tamil Film

BAARAM

Producer: Reckless Roses


Director: Priya Krishnaswamy

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

A man’s fight to expose the traditional practice of euthanasia in a Tamil village.

40.

Best Marathi Film

BHONGA

Producer: Nalinee Productions


Director: Shivaji Lotan Patil

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

The film contrasts spirituality with mindless ritualism.






Best Feature Film in each of the languages other than those specified in Schedule VIII of the

Constitution


41.

Best Garo Film

MA’AMA

Producer: Anna Films


Director: Dominic Sangma

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

The film follows an old man’s relentless quest for a reunion with his dead wife.

42.

Best Sherdukpan Film

MISHING

Producer: BB Entertainment Trade Private Limited


Director: Bobby Sarma Baruah

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

The film explores the alternate reality of a remote village in Arunachal Pradesh.

43.

Best Pangchenpa Film

IN THE LAND OF POISON WOMEN

Producer: Aaas Productions


Director: Manju Borah

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

The film is a depiction of an individual’s effort to break the myth of ‘poison

women’ in a remote part of Arunachal Pradesh.

44.

Best Rajasthani Film

TURTLE

Producer: Shivazza Films & Entertainment


Director: Dinesh S Yadav

Rajat Kamal and

Rs. 1,00,000/- (each)

Based on a popular Rajasthani folk tale, the film deals with the issue of water crisis.

45.

Special Mention

NATHICHARAMI

(Kannada) KADAKH (Hindi)

Sruthi Hariharan (Actress)


Chandrachoor Rai (Actor)

Certificate

For the complex and nuanced portrayal of a new age Indian woman.


Effective depiction of the emotions of an agitated husband.




JOSEPH

(Malayalam)


SUDANI FROM NIGERIA

(Malayalam)

Joju George (Actor)


Savithri (Actress)


For a convincing portrayal of a vigilante, who busts a “ Human organ” racket.


For subtly portraying the emotions of a mother.


Non-Feature Films Section


S.No.

Name of Award

Title of Film

Awardee

Medal

& Cash Prize

Citation

1.

BEST NON-FEATURE FILM

Son Rise


&


The Secret Life of Frogs

Producer: V2 Films & Design Pvt. Ltd.


Director : Vibha Bakshi


&


Producer: Bedi Universal


Director : Ajay Bedi & Vijay Bedi

SWARNA Kamal


Rs 1,50,000/-

each

For its powerful portrayal of the mindset and effects of female infanticide, one of the country’s most heinous mass crimes, and for portraying the courage of those who stand to fight against it where it is most prevalent.


For telling the tale, with profundity and beauty, of one of the world’s most unique and hitherto neglected amphibians.

2.

BEST DEBUT NON- FEATURE FILM OF A DIRECTOR

Feluda_50 Years Rays Detective

Producer & Director :

Sagnik Chatterjee

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 75,000/- each

For springing to life and celebrating Satyajit Ray’s most popular fictional character, with depth and aesthetic, across varied media.


3.

BEST ARTS and CULTURE FILM

Bunkar: The Last of The Varanasi Weavers

Producer: Narrative Pictures & S apana Sharma


Director : Satyaprakash Upadhyay

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For it’s rich, textured tapestry of the history, life, craft and art of the traditional Varanasi weaver, and their cultured dignity in the face of numerous challenges.

4.

BEST SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FILM

G.D.Naidu : The Edison Of India

Producer: Films Division


Director : Renjith Kumar

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For its portrayal of GD Naidu’s incisive mind and extraordinary life, spotlighting the inspirational range of his scientific inventions.

5.

BEST PROMOTIONAL FILM

Rediscovering Jajam

Producer: Rachel Bracken Singh


Director : Avinash Maurya & Kriti Gupta

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For effectively promoting the traditional craft of Jajam, (a spread textile), inextricably woven within the social fabric of local communities in Rajasthan, now fading with time.

6.

BEST ENVIRONMENT FILM

The World's Most Famous Tiger

Producer: Natural History Unit India


Director : Subbiah Nallamuthu

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For capturing the life and extraordinary legacy of Machli, the erstwhile Queen of Ranthambore, and her part in regenerating tiger population that helps keep the forest alive.

7.

BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUES

Taala Te Kunjee

Producer: Simardeep Singh Bhatia


Director : Shilpi Gulati

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For empathetically shining a light on the recovery of addicts and the role of loved ones, while quietly yet potently depicting the destruction that substance abuse brings to home and family.


8.

BEST EDUCATIONAL FILM

Sarala Virala

Producer: Sujatha H R


Director : Eregowda

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For highlighting the fundamentals of organic living through the life of L Narayan Reddy, whose simplicity, philosophy and knowledge is an example for others to follow, especially the young.

9.

BEST FILM ON SPORTS

Swimming Through The Darkness

Producer: Perspective


Director : Supriyo Sen

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For thoughtfully portraying the challenges and life-quest of its visually impaired swimmer, as he indefatigably pursues his sport, his dreams and desires, through impeding darkness.

10.

BEST INVESTIGATIVE FILM

Amoli

Producer: Culture Machine Media Pvt. Ltd.


Director : Jasmine Kaur Roy & Avinash Roy

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For its gritty examination of why and how young girls are coerced into commercial sex work, destroying their lives and minds, and for depicting their courage to survive.

11.

SPECIAL JURY AWARD

Why Me? -

Director &

Ekaant – Art Direction

Director : Harish Shah &


Art Director : Neeraj Singh

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 1,00,000/- each

For the tenor of the director’s indomitable spirit, even as throat cancer claims his voice.


For its surrealistic design and imagery of a bleak, impending catastrophe.

12.

BEST SHORT FICTION FILM

Kharvas

Producer: Shree Mahalasa Productions Ponda


Director : Aditya Suhas Jambhale

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For its production, direction and powerful performances in engagingly telling the story of how the psyche may implode and then heal, through an unleashing of trauma


13.

BEST FILM ON FAMILY VALUES

Chalo Jeete Hain

Producer: Sundial Ventures Pvt. Ltd.


Director : Mangesh Hadawale

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For highlighting, through its young protagonist, the humanitarian value of how one may live for others, beyond one’s own self.

14.

BEST DIRECTION

Aai Shappath

Director : Gautam Vaze

Swarna Kamal


Rs 1,50,000/-each

For its unpretentious execution and sensitive treatment of an anxious eight-year-old, gripped by the fear of a false promise.

15.

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

The Secret Life of Frogs

Cameraman: Ajay Bedi & Vijay Bedi

RAJAT Kamal Rs 50,000/-

For its consistent, relentless and splendid work in formidable circumstances, of visually capturing the life cycle and habitat of an endangered amphibian.

16.

BEST ON-LOCATION SOUND RECORDIST

The Secret Life of Frogs

On location sound recordist : Ajay Bedi

RAJAT Kamal Rs 50,000/-

For uniformly capturing the delicate sounds of its tiny protagonists and of the wild and unpredictable environs they inhabit.

17.

BEST AUDIOGRAPHY

Children of The Soil

Re-recordist (final mixed track) : Bishwadeep Chatterjee

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For potently bringing to life, through sound design, every element in this poignant tale of farmer suicides.

18.

BEST EDITING

Son Rise

Editor : Hemanti Sarkar

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For its faultless pace and seamless structure in drawing the viewer into the depth and gravity of the film’s focus, through varied space, location and time.

19.

BEST MUSIC DIRECTION

Jyoti

Music Director: Kedar Divekar

RAJAT Kamal Rs 50,000/-

For its use of folk and traditional verse and music to suitably build on this 19th century tale of women’s education.


20.

BEST NARRATION/VOICE OVER

Madhubani – The Station of Colours

Deepak Agnihotri

& Urvija Upaddhyay

RAJAT Kamal


Rs 50,000/- each

For narrating, with conviction and eloquence, the unique story of Madhubani folk art and its use in the town’s railway station.

21.

SPECIAL MENTION

  1. Mahaan

  2. Glow Worm in a Jungle – Director

  3. Laddoo

Hutatma - Director



Director : Sagar Puranik


Director : Ramana Dumpala


Director : Sameer Sadhwani & Kishor Sadhwani

CERTIFICATE (Each)

For portraying the power of the patriotic spirit, and infusing ss generations.


For the Director’s amazing find and crisp portrayal of Hema Sane - author, philosopher and former professor - who lives unusually, without amenities, in the city.


For enlivening religious harmony, through the innocent yet adamant questions of its seven-year-old protagonist.

Best writing on Cinema


Best Book on Cinema


S. No.

Title of the Book

Name of the Author

Name of the Publisher

Citation

1.

Mouna Prathanapole (Malayalam)

Swarna Kamal and Rs. 75,000/-

(Shared)


Author : S Jayachandran Nair

Kerala State Chalachitra Academy

S Jayachandra Nair’s Mounaprarthana Pole (Like A Silent Prayer) is a detailed appreciation on the cinema of auteur G Aravindan’s in a format that makes for approachable reading for both the serious cinema student and the common man. The book analyses Aravindan’s creations from the point of view of his cultural and personal backgrounds, and deals with both the filmmaker and his films.

Special Mention


2.

In A Cult Of Their Own: Bollywood Beyond Box Office (English)

Author : Amborish Roychoudhury

Rupa Publications India Pvt. Ltd

IN a Cult of Their Own: Bollywood Beyond Box Office, by Amborish Roychoudhury is a unique look at various genres of Hindi cinema that fuses the serious with the tongue in cheek. The author fluidly writes on some of the cult films, including some which have acquired their legendary status because of reasons other than cinematic. This book is a fine example of how cinema criticism can transcend quality or the lack of it in cinema itself.

Award for Best Film Critic


S. No.

Name of Critic

Language

Medal & Cash Prize

Citation

3.

Blais Johny


&


Anant Vijay

Malayalam


&


Hindi

Swarna Kamal and Rs. 75,000/- (Shared)

The critic has written on a wide range of subjects, ranging from impact of identity & caste politics on cinema to the influence and importance of trailers, especially in the context of Tamil and Malayalam cinema. His in depth writing is well researched yet presented in a manner comprehensible to everyone.


His writing is well researched, embellished with anecdotes and is easy to read. His understanding of the contemporary socio-political nuances of Hindi cinema is reflected in his articles.


Most Film Friendly State Award


Sl no.

Award

Name of the State

Citation

1.

Most Film Friendly State (MFFS) Award

UTTARAKHAND

For furthering the growth of the film industry in the State including creating an environment for ease of filming in the State, encouraging skill/talent development, incentivizing the re-opening of closed cinema halls, formation of film development fund, continuing with the earlier incentive plan for filming, formation of Utttarakhand Film Development Council among other pro active initiatives.


FEATURE FILMS JURY



CENTRAL PANEL

1.

Rahul Rawail (Chairman)

2.

Raj Dutt (Member)

3.

Sabyasachi Mohapatra (Member)

4.

Vasu Kolli (Member)

5.

Archana R. Singh (Member)

6.

Vijaya Krishnan (Member)

7.

Major Ravi (Member)

8.

Imo Singh(Member)

9.

Vinod Ganatra(Member)

10.

B.S. Lingadevaru (Member)

11.

Ashok Rane(Member)



NORTH PANEL

1.

Major Ravi (Chairman)

2.

Kuldeep Sinha (Member)

3.

Rahul Solapurkar (Member)

4.

Ashok Sharan (Member)

5.

Devendra Khandelwal (Member)




SOUTH I PANEL

1.

Ashok Rane (Chairman)

2.

Dr. B. Diwaker(Member)

3.

A. Karthik Raaja (Member)

4.

Jayaram (Member)

5.

Shailesh Gupta (Member)


SOUTH II PANEL

1.

Imo Singh (Chairman)

2.

Malti Sahay (Member)

3.

MK Bhaskara Rao(Member)

4.

B Ramani(Member)

5.

S.M Patil (Member)



EAST PANEL

1.

Vinod Ganatra (Chairman)

2.

Monalisa Mukherjee (Member)

3.

Namasrri (Member)

4.

Akashaditya Lama (Member)

5.

Suraj Kumar Duwarah (Member)



WEST PANEL

1.

B.S. Lingadevaru (Chairman)

2.

Gyan Sahay (Member)

3.

Mahendra Teredesai (Member)

4.

Parag Chhapekar (Member).

5.

Neeraj Pathak (Member)


NON-FEATURE FILMS JURY


1.

A.S Kanal (Chairman)

2.

Dhvani Desai (Member)

3.

Rajendra Mohapatra (Member)

4.

Chetan Mathur (Member).

5.

B.R Srivatsa (Member)

6.

Vandana Kohli (Member)

7.

Atul Gangawar (Member)


BEST WRITING ON CINEMA


1.

Utpal Borpujari (Chairman)

2.

Mohan Raman (Member)

3.

Yatindra Mishra (Member)

Most Film Friendly State Awards


1.

Ramesh Sippy (Chairman)

2.

Vivek Agnihotri (Member)

3.

Uday Singh (Member)

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