IIFA 2015: Best Actor awards – Shahid Kapoor & Kangana Ranaut – Live from Malaysia


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Queen and Haider tie with 3 wins each at the 16thS Cross IIFA Awards
Shahid Kapoor and Kangana win lead actor Awards
SubhashGhai wins special award for Outstanding Contribution to Indian Cinema

7th June, 2015, Kuala Lumpur: The 16th S Cross IIFA Awards took over Malaysia with an outstanding show that witnessed Haider and Queen bag the highest honours at the night. The most coveted awards for Best Actor (Male) and Best Actor (Female) were presented to Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut respectively for their remarkable performances of the year.

The award for Best Picture went to Queen, while Rajkumar Hirani took home the award for Direction for PK. Deepika Padukone won an award for IIFA Woman of the Year, she commented saying, “This one is for the millions of women who inspire me everyday”. One of the many special moments on stage was Ranveer reciting a poem for Deepika.

Giving Indian cinema a global platform, the S Cross IIFA Awards was held at the Stadium Putra in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. For the first time ever, Bollywood’s hilarious duo- the talented actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor played host to India’s most anticipated awards ceremony. The twosome won over audiences and industry members alike, leaving those present in splits with their witty quips, perfect comic timing and laudable on-stage camaraderie.

IIFA 2015: Best Actor awards - Shahid Kapoor & Kangana Ranaut - Live from Malaysia

Their opening performance was a medley of iconic Jodi songs – Mein KhiladiTuAnaari, Dola Re Dola, Mere Do Anmol Ratan where the two donned outlandish costumes keeping the audience in tears of laughter. They were joined on stage by the unstoppable Rakhi Sawant who took the entertainment quotient to another level.

Eminent film-maker Subhash Ghai was awarded for his Outstanding Contribution to Indian Cinema, he commented,“So many emotions I am going through, so many memories. That is why you fall, then rise, then rise again. Thank you, IIFA.”

Indian cinema’s fresh talents Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon were lauded for their debut performances and took to the IIFA stage to collect their awards while Kay Kay Menon bagged an award for the Best Actor in a Negative Role for his spectacular performance in Haider.

IIFA 2015: Best Actor awards - Shahid Kapoor & Kangana Ranaut - Live from Malaysia

Bollywood’s ace dancers HrithikRoshan and Shahid Kapoor stunned audiences with their electrifying performances and awesome dance moves. More highlights of the night were Sonakshi Sinha who stole the show with her act, Parineeti Chopra’s mesmerising performance on Pareshaan, Baby Doll, Lovely and Drama Queen and Shraddha Kapoor’s fantastic act on Khalnayak Hu Mein, Choli Ke Piche Kya Hai and Om Shanti Om- a tribute to Subhash Ghai. Anushka Sharma gave a spell-binding performance on songs from her film Bombay Velvet
…And The Winners Are

Best debut-female: Kirti Sanon for Hero Panti

Best debut direction: Umang Kumar for Mary Kom

Best debut direction: Sajid Nadiadwsla for Kick

Best music direction: Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy for 2States

Best playback singer- male: Ankit Tiwari for Galliyaan (Ek Villian)

Best playback singer- female: Kanika Kapoor for Baby Doll (Ragini MMS2)

Best perfornance in a comic role: Varun Dhavan for Main Tera Hero

Best debut- male: Tiger Shroff for Heropanti.

Best performance in a negative role: Kay Kay Menon for Haider

Best performance in a supporting role-male: Riteish Deshmukh for Ek Villian

Best performance in a supporting role- female: Tabu for Haider.

Best regional film: Lai Bhari

Best story: Vikas Bahl, Chaitally Parmar & Parvez Shaikh for Queen

Best direction: Rajkumar Hirani for PK

Best performance in a leading role: Shahid Kapoor for Haider

Best performance in a leading role- female: Kangana Ranaut for Queen

Best picture: Queen

Source – IIFA

The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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