Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Dulqar, Parvathy chosen best actors of 2015

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Dulqar Salman and Parvathy have been chosen as the best actors of 2015. Announcing the state awards for the year 2015, Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan said Dulqar Salman and Parvathy have been chosen the best actors for the stunning performances in Charlie and Ennu Ninte Moideen.

Ozhivudivasathe Kali has bagged the award for the best feature film directed by Sanal Kumar Sasidharan. Ennu Ninte Moideen has been adjudged the best popular film by R S Vimal. The award for the second best feature film goes to Amoeba directed by Manoj Kana.

Martin Prakat has been chosen the best director for Charlie. Sreebala K Menon has bagged a debut award for Love 24*7.

Martin Prakat and R Unni has bagged the award for best script (Charlie). Harikumar has bagged the award for the best story for Kattum Mazhayum.

Prem Prakash has bagged the award for the best supporting actor for Nirnayakam and Anjali the best supporting actress for her brilliant performance in Ben. Actors Jayasurya and Joy Mathew have got a special mention by the jury for their roles in Su.. Su... Sudhi Vathmeekam, Lukka Chuppi and Mohavalayam.


Ramesh Narayanan has been adjudged the best music director for Edavapathy and Rafeeq Ahamed is the best lyricist for Ennu Ninte Moideen. Bijibal has obtained the award for the best background music for Pathemari and Neena.

Gaurav G Menon (Ben) Janaki Menon (Malgudi Days) are the best child artistes (male and female).

P Jayachandran and Madhushree Narayanan have been chosen best playback singers. Joemon T John has bagged the award for the best cinematographer for Moideen and Charlie.

The award for the best dubbing artiste (male) has gone to Sharat for Edavapathy and Angel Sijoy is the best female dubbing artiste (Haram). 

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