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Bulbul Can Sing wins National Film Award

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Aug 9 - Bulbul Can Sing by renowned director Rima Das has won the National Film Award and has been declared the best Assamese film. The 66th National Film Awards were announced here today by chairperson, feature film category Rahul Rawail, chairperson, non-feature film category, AS Kanal, and chairperson, best writing on cinema Utpal Borpujari. The chairpersons and other jury members earlier today submitted a report on 66th National Film Awards to Union minister Prakash Javadekar.

Gujarati film Hellaro was declared the best feature film, while Badhai Ho bagged the award for best popular film providing wholesome entertainment. Hindi movie Padman was declared best film on social issues, while Kannada film Ondalla Eradalla got Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration.

Ayushman Khurana and Vicky Kaushal jointly won the best actor award for their performances in Andhadhun and Uri: The Surgical Strike, while Keerthy Suresh was declared winner of the best actress trophy for her performance in Telugu movie Mahanati. Aditya Dhar won the best director award for Uri: The Surgical Strike.

Marathi movie Naal received the Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director.

Rima Das of Village Rockstar fame won the Rajat Kamal Award, which carries a prize money of Rs 1 lakh. Produced by Flying River Films, the film was awarded for capturing the trials, tribulations and aspirations of a group of teenagers in rural Assamese backdrop.

The Land of Poison Women directed by Manju Bora and produced by Aaas Productions also won Rajat Kamal Award for depiction of an individual�s effort to break the myth of �poison women� in a remote part of Arunachal Pradesh.

Bobby Sarma Baruah was awarded the Rajat Kamal for Best Sherdukpan Film for the film Mishing, which was produced by BB Entertainment Trade Private Limited.

Ma�ama directed by Dominic Sangma and produced by Anna Films was adjudged the best Garo film. The film follows an old man�s relentless quest for a reunion with his dead wife.

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Bulbul Can Sing wins National Film Award

NEW DELHI, Aug 9 - Bulbul Can Sing by renowned director Rima Das has won the National Film Award and has been declared the best Assamese film. The 66th National Film Awards were announced here today by chairperson, feature film category Rahul Rawail, chairperson, non-feature film category, AS Kanal, and chairperson, best writing on cinema Utpal Borpujari. The chairpersons and other jury members earlier today submitted a report on 66th National Film Awards to Union minister Prakash Javadekar.

Gujarati film Hellaro was declared the best feature film, while Badhai Ho bagged the award for best popular film providing wholesome entertainment. Hindi movie Padman was declared best film on social issues, while Kannada film Ondalla Eradalla got Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration.

Ayushman Khurana and Vicky Kaushal jointly won the best actor award for their performances in Andhadhun and Uri: The Surgical Strike, while Keerthy Suresh was declared winner of the best actress trophy for her performance in Telugu movie Mahanati. Aditya Dhar won the best director award for Uri: The Surgical Strike.

Marathi movie Naal received the Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director.

Rima Das of Village Rockstar fame won the Rajat Kamal Award, which carries a prize money of Rs 1 lakh. Produced by Flying River Films, the film was awarded for capturing the trials, tribulations and aspirations of a group of teenagers in rural Assamese backdrop.

The Land of Poison Women directed by Manju Bora and produced by Aaas Productions also won Rajat Kamal Award for depiction of an individual�s effort to break the myth of �poison women� in a remote part of Arunachal Pradesh.

Bobby Sarma Baruah was awarded the Rajat Kamal for Best Sherdukpan Film for the film Mishing, which was produced by BB Entertainment Trade Private Limited.

Ma�ama directed by Dominic Sangma and produced by Anna Films was adjudged the best Garo film. The film follows an old man�s relentless quest for a reunion with his dead wife.