National Film Awards 2013 Winners List

National Film Awards 2013 Winners List

National Film Awards 2013 Winners List

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There is nothing more honourable for a film artist to receive a National Film Award which is touted as the most coveted film honour in the realm of Indian cinema.

The creative ones who enthralled, entertained and made benchmarks in the film making and acting arena in 2012 have been duly rewarded for their sincere efforts.

So here are the winners who have been chosen by the National Film Awards jury this year:

2013 National Film Awards Winners List:

Best Hindi Feature Film: Paan Singh Tomar
Best Director: Shivaji Lotan Patil for Dhag (Marathi)
Best Actor: Irrfan for Paan Singh Tomar and Vikram Gokhale for Anumati(Marathi)
Best Actress: Usha Jadhav Dhag (Marathi)
Best Supporting Actress: Dolly Alhuwalia for Vicky Donor and Kalpana for Thanichallanjan (Malyalam).
Best Supporting Actor: Annu Kapoor for Vicky Donor
Best Male Playback Singer: Shankar Mahadevan for Bolo Na from Chittagong
Best Female Playback Singer: Samhita for Palakein Naa Moon Don from Aarti Anklekartikekar (Marathi)
Best Song: Bolo Na from Chittagong
Best Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi for Bolo Na from Chittagong
Best Screenplay Writer (adapted): Bhavesh Mandalia and Umesh Shukla for Oh My God
Best Dialogue: Anjali Menon for Ustad Hotel (Malayalam)
Special Mention: Parineeti Chopra for Ishaqzaade
Best Telugu Film: Eega
Best Hindi Film: Filmistan
Best Investigative Film: Inshallah Kashmir
Best Child Artist: Master Virendra Pratap for Dekh Indian Circus
Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of A Director: Chittagong (Hindi) and 101 Chodiyangal (Malayalam)
Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment: Vicky Donor (Hindi) and Ustad Hotel (Malayalam)
Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration: ThanichallaNjan (Malayalam)
Best Film on Social Issues: Spirit (Malayalam)
Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation: Black Forest (Malayalam)
Best Children’s Film: Dekh Indian Circus (Hindi)
Best Animation Film: Delhi Safari (Hindi)
Best Cinematography: Ko: Yad (Mising)

Talking to the press, an exhilarated Irrfan Khan said, “I am really grateful to the story that came my way.” He also added, “Film is not just a business, it has to have a passion. You have to enjoy the part. Connection with the part is important.”

On the other hand, actor Siddharth commented on Dolly Ahluwalia’s win on Twitter: “My favourite @dollyahluwalia wins best supporting actress national award…genius consume designer. Acting prodigy! Love you dolly ji:)”

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