South Indian International Movie Awards

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South Indian International Movie Awards
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SIIMA Award function
Awarded for Excellence in South Indian cinema
Country India
Presented by Vishnuvardhan Induri
First awarded 2012
Official website siima.in

South Indian International Movie Awards, also known as the SIIMA Awards rewards the artistic and technical achievements of the South Indian film industry.

The ceremony was instituted in 2012 by Vishnuvardhan Induri, the founder of Celebrity Cricket League.[1][2] Local Event Partner for SIIMA 2013 in UAE is Anjan Star Events.[3] The Awards are presented in separate parts on two different days. On the first day the most promising upcoming South Indian film artists are honoured at the Generation Next Awards, while the second day is reserved for the main SIIMA Awards. The Award candidates are nominated by a jury of senior artists and professionals and voted for by public polling.[4] The first SIIMA ceremony was held on June 21-22,2012 at the Dubai World Trade Center.[5]

History[edit]

K. Rosaiah,

Ceremonies[edit]

Ceremony Date Host(s) Venue City
1st South Indian International Movie Awards June 21–22, 2012 Lakshmi Manchu, R. Madhavan,
Parvathy Omanakuttan
Dubai World Trade Centre United Arab Emirates Dubai
2nd South Indian International Movie Awards September 12–13, 2013 Arya, Shriya Saran, Rana Daggubati, Sonu Sood,
Parvathy Omanakuttan, Ash Chandler
Expo Centre Sharjah United Arab Emirates Sharjah
3rd South Indian International Movie Awards September 12–13, 2014 Navdeep, Shraddha Das, Shiva Stadium Negara Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Award categories[edit]

  • Best Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Actor
  • Best Actress
  • Best Debutant Producer
  • Best Debutant Director
  • Best Debutant Actor
  • Best Debutant Actress
  • Best Music Director
  • Best Lyricist
  • Best Male Playback Singer
  • Best Female Playback Singer
  • Best Cinematographer
  • Best Fight Choreographer
  • Best Dance Choreographer
  • Special jury award
  • Life time achiever award
  • Young icon award [Female]

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