SIIMA 2021: Mahesh Babu-Rashmika Mandanna bag Best Actor & Actress award, Allu Arjun's 'Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo' takes 10 awards home

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The South Indian International Movie Awards, which honours the best artistic and technical achievements of the south Indian film industry, was held over the weekend. Held in Hyderabad, the event was attended by Mahesh Babu, Rashmika Mandanna, Shruti Haasan, Shine Tom Chacko, Kartikeya Gummakonda, Arjun Das, Nani among other prominent stars from the Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada film industries.

Celebrities such as Allu Arjun, Chiranjeevi, Radhika Sarathkumar, Pooja Hegde, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Trivikram, Vennela Kishore and many others graced the South Indian International Movie Awards, which were held on Saturday and Sunday. While on the first day, the audience witnessed Mahesh Babu winning the Best Actor award for Maharshi, Nani and Rashmika Mandanna also took home a couple of awards. Dhanush won Best Actor for his 2019 film Asuran, while Mohanlal won Best Actor for his 2019 release Lucifer. Presenting the full list of winners!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Here is a list of Telugu winners:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role – Critics (Telugu) – Nani – Gang Leader

  • Best Director (Telugu) – Vamshi – Maharshi

  • Best Actor In A Comedy Role (Telugu) – Ajay Ghosh – Raju Garu Gadhi 3

  • Best Actor In A Negative Role (Telugu) – Kartikeya – Gang Leader

  • Life Time Achievement Award – Sheela

  • Entertainment Of The Year (Telugu) – Anil Ravipudi – F2

  • Entertainer Of The Year (Telugu) – Nani – Jersey and Gang Leader

  • Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Telugu) – Allari Naresh – Maharshi

  • Best Actor In A Supporting – Devaraj – Yajamana

  • Best Actress In A Supporting Role – Karunya Ram – Mane Maratakkide

  • Best Playback Singer (Female) (Telugu) – Cinmayee Sirpada – Priyathama Priyathama

  • Best Debutant Director (Telugu) – Swaroop RSJ – Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya

  • Best Debutant Actor (Telugu) – Sri Simha – Mathu Vadalara

  • Best Debutant Actress (Telugu) – Shivathmika Rajashekar – Dorasani

  • Best Debutant Producer (Telugu) – Studio 99 – Mallesham

  • Best Music Director (Telugu) – DSP – Maharshi

  • Best Playback Singer (Male) (Telugu) – Anurag Kulkarni – Ismart Shankar title track

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role (Telugu) – Mahesh Babu – Maharshi

  • Best Lyric Writer (Telugu) – Sri Mani – Idhe Kadha – (Maharshi)

  • Best Actress In A Leading Role – Critics (Telugu) – Rashmika Mandanna – Dear Comrade

  • Best Film (Telugu) – Sithara Entertainments – Jersey – Naga Vamsi

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Here’s a list of Tamil winners:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  • Best Actor In A Negative Role (Tamil) – Arjun Das – Kaithi

  • Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Tamil) – George Maryan – Kaithi

  • Best Actress In A Supporting Role (Tamil) – Indhuja Ravichandran – Magamuni

  • Best Debutant Director (Tamil) – Pradeep Ranganathan – Comali

  • Best Debutant Actor (Tamil) – Ken Karunaas – Asuran

  • Best Debutant Producer (Tamil) – V Studios – Aadai

  • Best Music Director (Tamil) – D.Imman – Viswasam

  • Best Playback Singer (Female) (Tamil) – Saindhavi Prakash – Ellu Vaya Pookalaye (Asuran)

  • Best Lyric Writer (Tamil) – Vivek – Singapenney (Bigil)

  • Best Cinematographer (Tamil) – Velraj – Asuran

Here’s a list of Kannada winners:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role – Critics (Kannada) – Rakshit Shetty – Avane SrimanNarayana

  • Best Director (Kannada) – Hari Krishna, Pon Kumaran – Yajamana

  • Best Actor In A Comedy Role award (Kannada) – Sadhu Kokila – Yajamana

  • Best Actress In A Leading Role (Kannada) – Rachita Ram – Ayushmanbhava

  • Best Actor In A Negative Role (Kannada) – Saikumar P – Bharaate

  • Best Debutant Director (Kannada) – RJ Mayuraa – Gottilla

  • Best Debutant Actor (Kannada) – Abhishek Gowda – Amar

  • Best Debutant Producer (Kannada) – Coastal Breeze Productions

  • Best Music Director (Kannada) – V. Harikrishna – Yajamana

  • Best Choreographer Award (Kannada) – Imran Sardhariya – Avane Srimannarayana

  • Best Playback Singer (Female) (Kannada) – Ananya Bhat – Helade Kelade (Geetha)

  • Best Lyric Writer (Kannada) – Pavan Wadeyar – Natasaarvabhowma Title Song

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role (Kannada) – Darshan – Yajamana

  • Best Film (Kannada) – Media House Studio – Yajamana

Here’s a list of Malayalam winners:

  • Best Director (Malayalam) – Lijo Jose Pellissery – Jallikattu

  • Best Actor In A Comedy Role (Malayalam) – Basil Joseph – Kettiyolaanu Ente Malakha

  • Best Actor In A Negative Role (Malayalam) – Shine Tom Chacko – Ishq

  • Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Malayalam) – Roshan Matthew – Moothon

  • Best Actress In A Supporting Role (Malayalam) – Saniya Iyappan – Lucifer

  • Best Debutant Actress (Malayalam) – Anna Ben – Kumbalangi Nights

  • Best Debutant Producer (Malayalam) – Scube films – Uyare

  • Best Playback Singer (Male) (Malayalam) – Harisankar KS – Pavizha Mazha (Athiran)

  • Best Playback Singer (Female) (Malayalam) – Prarthana – Thaarapadhamaake (Helen)

  • Best Lyric Writer (Malayalam) – Vinayak Sasikumar – Aaradhike (Ambili)

  • Best Film (Malayalam) – Aashirvad Cinemas – Lucifer

Allu Arjun’s last outing Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo ended up as one of the biggest hits of Telugu cinema. The film bagged 10 awards at the prestigious SIIMA Award Night. 

Here is the list:

  • Best Actor: Allu Arjun
  • Best Actress: Pooja Hegde
  • Best Director: Trivikram
  • Best Film: Haarika and Hassine Creations
  • Best Music Director: S Thaman
  • Best Playback Singer: Armaan Malik for Butta Bomma
  • Best Lyric Writer: Ramjogaiah Sastry for Butta Bomma
  • Best Supporting Actor: Murali Sharma
  • Best Supporting Actress: Tabu
  • Best Actor in a Negative Role: Samuthirakani

On receiving the Best Supporting Actor award, Murli Sharma shared, "Very grateful to SIIMA for rewarding my work. Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is very close to my heart and I am very proud of being part of it"
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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