Bollywood won big at the National Film Awards on Friday, with “Uri: The Surgical Strike” bagging the most number of prizes. Winners of The 66th National film 2019 Awards
The Gujarati-language film “Hello” was crowned the best Indian film of 2018, while “Chalo Jeete Hai”, a short film based on the life of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was named the best film on family values.
“Uri: The Surgical Strike” – based on a September 2016 attack that India said hit terrorist camps in Pakistan-administered Kashmir – took home at least four honors, including best director for Aditya Dhar.
The most prominent 66th National Movie Awards were previously scheduled to be air in April. But the Information and Broadcasting Ministry had announced the awards to be declared after the Lok Sabha elections. There are 31 film categories while the announcement of non-feature Movies announced in 23 categories.
Ayushmann Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal share the Trophy:-
Ayushmann Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal shared their Best Actor Award. While Vicky Kaushal received Best Actor 2019 for Uri: The Surgical Strike, Ayushmann was awarded the prestigious award for AndhaDhun, which also fared well at the box-office.
Best Actor Award: Vicky Kaushal for Uri: The Surgical Strike and Ayushmann Khurrana for AndhaDhun
Best Actress Award & Direction: Keerthy Suresh for Mahanati, Hindu deity Dhar for Uri: The strike
Winners of The 66th National film 2019 Awards, Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, and Radhika Apte in lead roles win Best Hindi Movie Award. In the Feature Movie category, four actors got a special mention: Sruthi Hariharan for Nathicharami, Chandrachoor Rai for Kadak, Joju George for Joseph, Savithri for Sudani from Nigeria.
Have a look at the complete winners’ list right here:
Best Movies in the Feature Movie category
- Best Rajasthani Movie: Turtle
- Panchanga Movie: within the Land Of toxic ladies
- Garo Movie: Anna
- Marathi Movie: Bhonga
- Tamil Movie: Baram
- Hindi Movie: Andhadhun