See Who All Are The Winners Of National Film Awards 2018

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Our Country’s most prominent and one of the prestigious National Film Awards 2018 were announced yesterday. The winners are selected by a special jury who is appointed by the government.

In the year, 2018 the jury is being headed by director Shekhar Kapur. Imtiaz Hussain, lyricist Mehboob, screenwriter Rumi Jaffrey, actress Gautami Tadimalla, director P Sheshadri, Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, Ranjit Das, Rajesh Mapuskar, and Tripurari Sharma are the other members of the jury.

The 65th National Film Awards winners were announced at PIB Conference Room, Shastri Bhawan in New Delhi. Who all are in the list see below:

#1. Sridevi~ Best Actress for the movie Mom:

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#2. Newton~ National Award for Best Film (Hindi):

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#3. Pankaj Tripathi~ Special Mention Award for the film Newton:

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#4. Divya Dutta~ National Award for Best Supporting Actress for Irada:

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#5. A.R. Rahman~ National Award for Best Music Direction for Mani Ratnam’s Kaatru Veliyidai and for Best Background Score for Mom:

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#6. Ganesh Acharya~ National Award for Best Choreography for the song “Gori Tu Latth Maar” from Toilet: Ek Prem Katha:

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#7. Baahubali: The Conclusion ~ National Award for Best Special Effects:

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#8. Vinod Khanna~ Dadasaheb Phalke award:

Check out the full list of winners below:

Best Educational Film: The Girls We Were and The Women We Are

Best Adventure Film: Ladakh Chale Rickshaw Waale.

Best Investigative Film: 1984 When The Sun Did Not Rise

Best Animation Film: Fish Curry, Maachar Jhol

Special Jury Award: The Old Man, Monday

Best Short Film Fiction: Maiyat

Best Film On Family Values: Happy Birthday

Best Direction: Pravash Ch Nivandan, Nagraj Manule

Best Cinematography: Eye Test, Don

Best Critic On Cinema Award: Giridhar Jha, Special Mention to Sunil Mishra

Special Mention Awards: Marathi Film- Morkhya, Oriya Film- Hello Mirror, Parvathy, Take Off, Pankaj Tripathi, Newton

Best Ladhaki Film: Walking With The Wind

Best Jasari Film: Sinjar

Best Tulu Film: Paddayi

Best Odiya Film: Hello Arsi

Best Marathi Film: Kachcha Limbu

Best Malayalam Film: Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum

Best Kannada Film: Hebbettu Ramakka

Best Hindi Film: Newton

Best Bengali Film: Mayurakshi

Best Assamese Film: Ishu

Best Tamil Film: To Let

Best Telugu Film: The Ghazi Attack

Best Gujarati Film: Dhh

Best Action Direction: Baahubali: The Conclusion

Best Choreography: Toilet-Ek Prem Katha (Gori tu lath maar) – Ganesh Acharya

Best Special Effects: Baahubali: The Conclusion (Baahubali 2)

Special Mention: Nagarkirtan

Best Background Score: AR Rahman, MOM

Best Lyrics: Muthuratna, March 22

Best Music Direction and Songs: AR Rahman, Katru Veliyidai

Best Makeup Artist: Nagarkirtan, Ram Rajak

Best Costume: Nagarkirtan, Govinda Mandal

Best Production Design: Take Off, Santhosh Raman

Best Editing: Village Rockstar, Rima Das

Best Sound Design: Walking With The Wind, Sanath George and Justin Jose

Best Audiography: Village Rockstar, Mallika Das

Best Original Screenplay: Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum

Best Adapted Screenplay: Bhayanakam

Best Cinematography: Bhayanakam

Best Supporting Actor: Fahad Fazil (Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum)

Best Supporting Actress: Divya Dutta (Irada)

Best Playback Singer(Female): Sasha Trupati (Vaan)

Best Playback Singer (Male): Yesudas

Best Child Artist: Bhanita Das (Village Rockstars)

Best Actor: Ridhi Sen (Nagarkirtan)

Best Actress: Sridevi (MOM)

Best Director: Jayaraj (Bhayanakam)

Best Children’s Film: Mhorkya

Best Film on Environment Conservation: Irada

Best Film on Social Issues: Aalorukkam

Best Popular Film: Baahubali: The Conclusion

Nargis Dutt Award on National Integration: Dhappa

Dadasaheb Phalke Award: Vinod Khanna

Indira Gandhi Award For Best Debut Director: Pampally (Sinjar)

Best Feature Film: Village Rockstar (Assamese)

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