New Delhi: Yesterday, on 3rd day of May, Delhi witnessed the grand celebration of the Sixty-Third National Film Awards Ceremony which was held at the Vigyaan Bhawan based at Delhi and this event proved a step ahead of success for the most talented biggest stars in Bollywood and also from other regional movie industries. The bollywood’s Big B- Amitabh Bachchan and also the Queen- actress- Kangana Ranaut got victory with their awards as Best Actor for ‘Piku’ and Actress award respectively.
Besides these two bollwood’s actors, the movie- ‘Baahubali’ was awarded with the Best Special Effects and the Best Film awards. While so, the awards were presented by the honourable President of India- Pranab Mukherjee.
In the evening time, yesterday, when the bollywood’s Big B- Amitabh Bachchan attended the event, he was accompanied by his Son and Daughter- in- Law, Abhishekh Bachchan and Aishywary Rai Bachchan and they enjoyed the movement, when their family head received the big achievement.
Besides, the most respectful awards gone to the best actors from the Bollywood, the another most famous thespian actor- Manoj Kumar was awarded with the most respectable award of Dadasaheb Phalke, as he essayed the role of Bhagat Singh in nearly half a century ago work. It is notable here, by the year 1957, the former legendary actor- Manoj Kumar started his career and become most famous for his patriotic roles in the films like ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ and ‘Purab Aur Paschim’ and also ‘Shaheed’ among the others.
Moreover, in the list of such awards, the names of Sanjay Leela Bhansali for Best Director award in connection with the movie- Bajirao Mastani’, while Remo D’Souza for Best Choreographer awar for same movie. Moreover, this movie- Bajirao Mastani also received other awards like Best Production Design, Cinematography and Best Sound Designing awards.
Also, the recently praised as most famous movie, starred by Salman Khan, namely, “Bajrangi Bhaijan’ also received Best Popular Film Honour. More other awards were also given to the movies deserving the same and movements become memorable for receivers.