Exclusive Feature – Winners of 62nd Filmfare Awards South IndiaPublished: June 27, 2015
Every year, the celebrities wait for this event and it is something special to enliven their spirits for the great hard works they have rendered. The 62nd Britannia Filmfare South Awards happened to be the most entertaining and amusing moments for most of the spectators as they saw their ravishing matinee-idols and dream girl heroines and top-charting technicians walking on the dais and performing the best spell.
Actor Dhanush Picked away the honours for Best Actor (Velai Illa Pattadhaari) for a prodigious performance and this happens to be his second award for the film after Vijay Awards. The best actress award was so much justified as Malavika Nair who arrived as an attractive angel in Cuckoo gained the best actor female awards. For Karthi, it was a delightful moment as the critic jury members awarded him ‘Best Actor’ for a surprisingly marvellous performance in Madras.
The bunch of Ilayathalapathy fans raised their voices, whistles and applauses as Kaththi was awarded as the Best Film followed by AR Murugadoss as the ‘Best Director’ for Kaththi. Anirudh Ravichander bagged the ‘Best Music Director’ award for VIP followed by Pradeep Kumar as ‘Best Male Playback Singer’ for Aagayam Theepidicha in Madras and National award winning Uthara Unnikrishnan for a mesmerising voice ‘Azhagu’ in Saivam. The very same song garnered Na. Muthukumar with ‘Best Lyricist Award’ from the same film.
Dulquer Salman walked up with huge applause for his sensationally pleasant debut in ‘Vaayai Moodi Pesavum’. Catherine Tresa for her unconventionally proficient performance in Madras fetched ‘Best Female Actor Debut Award’. National award winner Bobby Simha picked up the ‘Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) in Jigarthanda and Ritwika as ‘Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female) in Madras.