The best talents across the four southern industries — Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada — were felicitated by Filmfare on Saturday.
The event, hosted by Chinmayi and Rahul Ravindran, and held in Hyderabad, witnessed energetic performances from actresses from the four southern industries.
In Tamil, while Vikram-starrer “I” pocketed four awards, while Jayam Ravi’s “Thani Oruvana and Dhanush’s “Thangamagan” bagged two awards each. Vignesh Shivan-directed “Naanum Rowdydhaan” and critically-acclaimed “Kaaka Muttai” won an award each.
Vikram, Nayan emerge top in Filmfare Awards
While Best Actor Vikram dedicated his award to family, and talked about how they coped up with his physical transformations and temper tantrums that came along with them, Jyothika, who was handed the Critics Jury Award for Best Actress (Female) received her award from her husband Suriya.
Raadika Sarathkumar bags yet another award for her performance in the movie Thangamagan under the Best Supporting Actor (Female) category. And, the Best Supporting Actor (Male) has been bagged by Arvind Swamy for his commendable act in Jayam Ravi’s Thani Oruvan.
Suriya showed how chivalrous he is by giving a hand to Jyotika and helping her onto the stage. Jyotika dedicated her award to her husband and called him as “to the best thing that happened to me in my life”. “He knows how to treat his woman just right. Love you Suriya,” she said.