Mumbai, March 29 (CINEWS): Bollywood packs the vast majority of the honors; Kangana gets it second time in line. Genius Amitabh Bachchan and Kangana Ranaut won the National Film Award for best on-screen characters in their separate classification, while S.S. Rajamouli’s masterpiece Baahubali was reported the best element film on Monday.
For Bachchan it was his fourth National honor while it was a second back to back best performing artist win for Kangana.
Monday’s recompenses declaration was commanded by Bollywood movies in real classifications while the territorial movies were confined to playing second fiddle.
73-year-old Bachchan won the best performing artist honor for his turn as a neurotic father in the street trip family show.
Kangana was proclaimed the victor for her charming double part in lighthearted comedy Tanu Marries Manu Returns Movie producer Ramesh Sippy, who headed a 11-part jury, reported the recompenses in the national capital.
Sentimental period show Bajirao Mastani, featuring Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra, helped its executive Sanjay Leela Bhansali win the best chief honor, other than stowing five more respects. “This is my first National recompense as an executive, it is truly extremely exceptional to me. My mom dependably begged that I ought to get one and here I get it. Her petitions to God are replied,” Bhansali said.
Tremendously acclaimed Masaan needed to fight itself with only a best presentation chief grant for Neeraj Ghaywan. Salman Khan-starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan was named best prominent film. The Nargis Dutt honor for best element film on National combination was won by Nanak Shah Fakir.