Asian Viewers Television Awards

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Asian Viewers Television Awards
AVTA 2019
AVTA Logo.jpg
LocationLondon
CountryUnited Kingdom
Hosted byKaran Tacker
(2014–present)[1]
First awarded2014
WebsiteAsian Viewers Television Awards
Television/radio coverage
NetworkB4U Music (2014)[2]

Asian Viewers Television Awards is an annual award show that takes place in London. Also known as AVTA, it is UK’s only event dedicated to Asian television.[3][4]

History[edit]

First held in 2014, the event is helmed by Rajan Singh. It is held annually in London. The nominations and winners are decided on the basis of votes received by the viewers.[5]

Karan Tacker has been hosting the event since the past five years.

Ceremonies[edit]

Year Ceremony Host Winners Reference
Male Actor Of The Year Female Actor Of The Year Soap Of The Year
2014 1st Asian Viewers Television Awards Karan Tacker Vivian Dsena Sanaya Irani Rangrasiya [6]
2015 2nd Asian Viewers Television Awards Gautam Rode Divyanka Tripathi Yeh Hai Mohabbatein [7][8]
2016 3rd Asian Viewers Television Awards Nakuul Mehta Erica Fernandes Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi [9][10]
2017 4th Asian Viewers Television Awards Nakuul Mehta Surbhi Chandna Ishqbaaaz [11][12]
2018 5th Asian Viewers Television Awards Harshad Chopda Surbhi Chandna Ishqbaaaz [13][14]
2019 6th Asian Viewers Television Awards TBA TBA TBA

Winners[edit]

Performance Awards[edit]

Male Actor Of The Year[edit]

Year Actor Character Show Channel
2014 Vivian Dsena Rishabh Kundra Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon Colors TV
2015 Gautam Rode Saraswatichandra Vyas Saraswatichandra Star Plus
2016 Nakuul Mehta Shivaay Singh Oberoi Ishqbaaaz Star Plus
2017 Nakuul Mehta Shivaay Singh Oberoi Ishqbaaaz Star Plus
2018 Harshad Chopda Aditya Hooda Bepannah Colors TV

Female Actor Of The Year[edit]

Year Actor Character Show Channel
2014 Sanaya Irani Parvati Ranawat Rangrasiya Colors TV
2015 Divyanka Tripathi Dr. Ishita Bhalla Yeh Hai Mohabbatein Star Plus
2016 Erica Fernandes Dr. Sonakshi Bose Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Sony TV
2017 Surbhi Chandna Annika Trivedi Ishqbaaaz Star Plus
2018 Surbhi Chandna Annika Trivedi Ishqbaaaz Star Plus

Supporting Actor Of The Year[edit]

Year Actor Character Show Channel
2014 Mohit Sehgal Haider Sheikh Qubool Hai Zee TV

Show Awards[edit]

Soap Of The Year[edit]

Year Show Production House Channel
2014 Rangrasiya Tequila Shots Productions Colors TV
2015 Yeh Hai Mohabbatein Balaji Telefilms Star Plus
2016 Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Inspire Films Sony TV
2017 Ishqbaaaz 4 Lions Films Star Plus
2018 Ishqbaaaz 4 Lions Films Star Plus

Reality Programme Of The Year[edit]

Year Show Channel
2014 Nach Baliye Star Plus
2015 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Colors TV
2016 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Colors TV
2017 Bigg Boss Colors TV
2018 Indian Idol Sony TV

Best Of British[edit]

Year Show Channel
2015 Britain’s Got Talent ITV
2016 Britain’s Got Talent ITV
2017 Sherlock BBC One

Channel Awards[edit]

General Entertainment Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2014

Star Plus

  • 2015

Star Plus

  • 2016

Star Plus

  • 2017

Star Plus

  • 2018

Star Plus

Music Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2014

B4U Music

  • 2015

B4U Music

  • 2016

B4U Music

  • 2017

B4U Music

  • 2018

B4U Music

News Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2014

NDTV 24x7

  • 2015

ABP News

  • 2016

ABP News

  • 2017

ABP News

  • 2018

Aaj Tak

Urdu Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2015

Hum TV

  • 2016

Geo TV

  • 2017

Hum TV

  • 2018

Hum TV

Urdu News Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2018

Geo News

Punjabi Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2015

Zee Punjabi

  • 2016

Zee Punjabi

  • 2017

Zee Punjabi

  • 2018

PTC Punjabi

Bengali Channel Of The Year[edit]

  • 2015

NTV

  • 2016

Bangla TV

  • 2017

Channel S

  • 2018

Channel S

Special Awards[edit]

News Presenter Of The Year[edit]

Year Presenter Channel
2014 Barkha Dutt NDTV

Lifetime Achievement Award[edit]

  • 2018

Javed Hussain

References[edit]

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  14. ^ "Asian Viewers Television Awards 2018: Surbhi Chandna, Harshad Chopda & Others Bag Awards!". Filmi Beat. Archived from the original on 2019-04-10. Retrieved 2019-04-09.