Vijay Sethupathi, ‘Poo’ Ramu and Sai Pallavi get CIFF best actor award


sai pallavi

sai pallavi

Vijay Sethupathy

Vijay Sethupathy

Vijay Sethupathi and ‘Poo’ Ramu (posthumously) won the Best Actor Award for their role in the film. In Mamanitha and kid respectively Actress Sai Pallavi won the award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in the critically acclaimed film. obviously at the closing ceremony of the 20th edition of the Chennai International Film Festival at the PVR-Sathyam Cinemas in Chennai on Thursday.

Organized by the Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation since 2003, the film festival has a competition section for Tamil films, which this year has expanded to eight awards.

Filmmaker Ra. Venkat said, “This is my first film and I feel it’s a big recognition for me. We started as a small film and I kept saying that we should send it to festivals. I thank my producer and my team.”

Vijay Sethupathi said, “Life experiences become films. A director presents the point of view through the actors. Please try to understand a movie; Film is important for students and try to engage in good and healthy discussions. A two and a half hour film can tell the story of a man who has lived 50 years. Don’t try to understand a film through reviews (popular reviews on social media).” He said that In Mamanitha tells the story of ordinary people.

of actor R. Parthiban Iravin Nizhal While he won the Special Jury Prize Ka. Sa. It is Thapara won the second best film in the category of the Tamil film competition.

Filmmaker Ra. in Venkat kid won the award for best feature film.

Anthony BJ Ruban, CS Prem Kumar and Arthur Wilson won Best Sound ( Natchathiram Nagargiradhu), best editing (Inception) and best cinematography (Iravin Nizhal), respectively. The film was given a special award Aadhaar.

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