Asiavision Awards

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Asiavision Awards have been held annually since 2006 to honor the artistes and technicians of Indian cinema and television.

More than 40,000 people across United Arab Emirates attended the 2012 Movie awards which was held on 9 November 2012 at Sharjah cricket stadium. Mohanlal and Rima Kallingal won Best Actors and Juhi Chawla and Shruti Haasan won excellence awards. In 2013 Asiavision Movie Awards was held at Dubai festival city, where Mammootty won Best Actor for Kunjananthante kada and Kavya Madhavan won best actress for Bavuttiyude Namathil. Bollywood actor John Abraham won Icon of the year and Rani Mukerji won excellence in Hindi cinema for Talaash and Bombay talkies. Preity Zinta won Pride of Bollywood award and Karisma Kapoor was one among the chief guests. In 2009, the first edition of Asiavision Television Awards started at Sharjah cricket stadium where Oscar Award winner Resul Pookutty attended as chief guest. The 4th and 5th edition of Television Awards witnessed the presence of Mohanlal and Karisma Kapoor along with the television celebrities of Malayalam television industry. On February 8, 2017, the first edition of Asiavision Radio Awards was launched, where leading Malayalam radio stations representatives were honored. Kareena Kapoor was awarded with Icon of India.[1][2][3] On November 14, 2014 9th Edition of Asiavision Movie Awards held at Sharjah cricket stadium and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was honored with Icon Of India Dhanush was presented Youth Icon of India male and Shruti Haasan was given Youth Icon of India female. Best actor award was won by Mammootty for his outstanding performance in the movie Munnariyippu and Best actress award was won by Manju Warrier for her come back movie How old are you[4] Asiavision movie awards 2015 was held at Sharjah cricket stadium on 2 December where Prithviraj Sukumaran and Parvathy Thiruvothu were honored with Best actors award for their excellent performance in the movie Ennu Ninte Moideen, which also won best film award. Bollywood actors Jackie Shroff and Tabu won Outstanding Performance award and Imran Khan was presented with Youth Icon of India award.[5] On 18 November 2016, the 11th edition of Asiavision Film Awards was held at Sharjah cricket stadium, and the leading stars from Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi were present. Sonam Kapoor was awarded with best actress-national for her excellent performance in the movie Neerja. Radhika Apte won Outstanding Performer Of The Year and Amy Jackson won Excellence in Indian Cinema award. Tamannaah and Vijay Sethupathi won Best Actor Female and Male Tamil awards respectively for Dharma Durai.[6] In 2017 the movie awards was held at Sharjah cricket stadium and Deepika Padukone was honored with Global Icon of India and Sanjay Dutt was awarded with Most Popular Actor of The Year.

Winners 2011[edit]

Category Winner Movie
Lifetime achievement K. J. Yesudas Various songs
Most Influential Malayali Mohanlal 35 years of Indian Cinema
Best Film
Best family movie
Salt N' Pepper Aashiq Abu
Best Director Salim Ahmed Adaminte Makan Abu
Best Actor Salim Kumar Adaminte Makan Abu
Best Actress Genelia D'Souza Urumi
Best second actor Anoop Menon Traffic, Pranayam, Cocktail
Best Second actress Shweta Menon Salt N' Pepper
Best Supporting actor Jayasurya cockatail
Best Supporting actress Samvrutha Sunil Manikyakallu, cocktail
Best comedian Baburaj salt pepper
New sensation in acting Ayila Nair sandwich, Dr.love, Seniors
Special jury Biju Menon
Rahaman
Mythili
Marykkundoru Kunjaadu
Traffic (2011 film)
Salt N' Pepper
Best character actor Thilakan Indian Rupee (film), Adaminte Makan Abu
Best promising newcomer Unni Mukundan Bombay March 12
Outstanding performance Jaya Prada
Anupam Kher
Prabhu Deva
Pranayam
Pranayam
Urumi
Outstanding movie Adaminte Makan Abu Salim Ahmed
Socially committed movie Indian Rupee (film) Renjit
Artistic movie Pranayam Blessy
Popular film Traffic (2011 film) Rajesh Pillai
Best Screenplay Bobby Sanjay Traffic (2011 film)
Best Music director Bijibal salt and pepper
Best Playback singer Vijay Yesudas
Shreya Ghoshal
Indian rupee
Veeraputhran
Best Lyricist Rafeeq Ahammed Veeraputhran
Antihero Jagathy Sreekumar Urumi
excellence in music M. G. Sreekumar Various songs
excellence in Tamil AR Murugadoss 7aum Arivu
excellence in Hindi Sidhiq Bodyguard
Trendsetter Listin Stephen Traffic

Winners 2012[edit]

Category Winner Movie
Best actor Mohanlal Spirit / Grand Master Run baby run
Excellence in Hindi Juhi Chawla I Am (2010 Indian film)
excellence in Hindi Onir I Am (2010 Indian film)
excellence in Tamil Shruti Haasan moonu
best director Ranjith Spirit
best screen play Iqbal Kuttipuram Diamond Necklace
new promising in script Murali Gopy Ee adutha kalathu
best movie Diamond Necklace Lal jose
socially committed movie Spirit Ranjith
artistic movie Manjadikkuru Anjali Menon
family movie Ustad Hotel Anwar Rasheed
outstanding movie Ee adutha Kaalathu Arun K Aravind
most sensational movie 22 Female Kottayam Aashiq Abu
popular movie Thattathin Marayathu Vineeth Sreenivasan
Special jury award Ozhimuri Madhupal
best lyricst Shibu Chakravarthy Arike
best music director Shaan Rahmaan Thattathin Marayathu
singer - male Unni Menon Mazhaneer (Beautiful)
singer - female Shreya Ghoshal Bachelor party (Nidra/Mallu Singh)
new sensation in singing - male Mohanlal- Run baby run
new sensation in singing - female Remya Nambeesan Ivan Megharoopan, Thattathin
new promising in singing - male Kabeer Vellaripravinte Changathi
new promising in singing - female Anna Katharina Ee Adutha Kalathu, Ustad Hotel
best actress Rima kallingal 22 Female Kottayam/Nidra
second best actor Jayasurya Beautiful (2011 film)/Trivandrum Lodge
second best actress Revathy Molly Aunty Rocks
performer of the year Fahad Faasil 22 Female Kottayam/Diamond Necklace
character actor Thilakan Ustad Hotel
new sensation in acting Nivin Pauly Thattathin Marayathu
new sensation in acting female Isha Talwar Thattathin Marayathu
new promise in acting Gautami Second Show/Diamond Necklace
anti - hero Murali Gopy Ee adutha kalathu
best comedian Aju Varghese Thattathin Marayathu
best actor in supporting role Mamukkoya Molly Aunty Rocks/Vellaripravinte Changathi
best actress in supporting role Anusri Diamond Necklace
outstanding performance Indrajith Ee Adutha Kaalathu
outstanding performance Lal Ozhimuri
outstanding performance Srinivasan Thattathin Marayathu
outstanding performance Khushboo Mr. Marumakan
man of the year Vineeth Sreenivasan Thattathin Marayathu
trendsetter Anoop Menon Beautiful
best cinematographer Jomon T. John Thattathin Marayathu
best editor Arun K Aravind Ee adutha kalathu
special award Rahman Manjadikuru

Winners 2013[edit]

Category Winner Movie
Life Time Achievement M.S.Vishwanathan Contributing since 1945 to till dated in music industry
Best Film Celluloid Kamal
Best Director Kamal Celluloid
Best Actor Mammootty Kunjananthante Kada, Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus
Best Actress Kavya Madhavan Bavuttiyude Namathil
Second Best Actor Biju Menon Kalimannu, Romans
Man Of The Year Prithviraj Ayalum Njanum Thammil, Celluloid, Mumbai Police, Memories
Youth Icon Nivin Pauly Neram
Outstanding Performer of The Year Indrajith Sukumaran Left Right Left/Amenn
Outstanding Performance -female Shwetha Menon Kalimannu
Best Supporting Actor Vineeth Bavuttiyude Namathil
Best supporting Actress Sajitha Madathil Shutter
Best Comedian Suraj Venjaramoodu Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum/Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus
Best Anti Hero Joy Mathew Amen
New Sensation in Acting Nazriya Nazim Neram/Raja Rani/Neyyandi
Best Debut in Acting Nyla Usha Kunjananthante Kada
Aristic Movie Ayalum Njanum Thammil Lal Jose
Socially committed Movie Kunjananthante Kada Salim Ahamed
Outstanding Movie Mumbai Police Rosshan Andrrews
Best Debut Director Joy Mathew Shutter
Best Music Director M.Jayachandran Celluloid
Best Lyricist Kavalam Narayana Panicker Athmavin-Amen
Best Singer Male Vijay Yesudas Thirayum-Memories
Best Singer Female K.S.Chithra Ilaveyil-Artist
New Sensation in Singing Murali Gopy Left Right Left Anthem-Left Right Left
Best Screenplay Murali Gopy Left Right Left
Best Cinematography Madhu Ambat Kunjananthante Kada
Best Sound Mixing Resul pookutty Kunjananthante Kada
Special Jury Award Left Right Left
Most Promising Actor Krish J. Sathaar Ladies&Gentleman
Excellence In Tamil Cinema R.Madhavan Vettai
Excellence In Tamil Cinema Kajal Aggarwal Thuppakki
Excellence In Hindi Cinema Rani Mukerji Talaash, Bombay Talkies
Pride of Bollywood Preity Zinta
Icon of the Year John Abraham(actor) Madras Cafe

Winners 2014[edit]

Category Winner Movie
Life Time Achievement
Best Film How Old Are You? (film) Rosshan Andrrews
Best Director Renjith Njaan
Youth Icon Of India Ram Charan
Best Actor Mammootty Varsham, Munnariyippu
Best Actress Manju Warrier How Old Are You? (film)
Second Best Actor Siddique (actor) Drishyam
Second Best Actor Asha Sarath Drishyam
Man Of The Year Innocent Aamayum Muyalum, Mannar Mathai Speaking 2
Performer of The Year - Male Dulquer Salmaan Bangalore Days and Vikramadithyan
Star of The Year - Male Nivin Pauly Bangalore Days and 1983 (film)
Star of the Year - Female Nazriya Nazim Bangalore Days
Best Supporting Actor Aju Varghese Various films
Best supporting Actress Sethulakshmi How Old Are You? (film)
Artistic Movie Swapaanam Shaji N. Karun
Socially committed Movie Tira Vineeth Sreenivasan
Outstanding Movie Munnariyippu Venu
Popular Movie Drishyam Jeethu Joseph
Entertaining Movie Bangalore Days Anjali Menon
Best Debut Director Abrid Shine 1983 (film)
Best Music Director Gopi Sunder Bangalore Days, 1983 (film)
Best Lyricist Harinarayan
Best Singer Male Shankar Mahadevan Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum
Best Singer Female Vani Jayaram 1983 (film)
New Sensation in acting Parvathy Thiruvothu Bangalore Days
New Sensation in singing Najim Arshad Bhaiyya Bhaiyya, Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu
Best Screenplay Renjith Njaan
Best Cinematography Sameer Thahir Bangalore Days
Best Sound Mixing Bijibal Varsham, Munnariyippu
Special Jury Award Jayasurya Apothecary (film)
Special performance and 30 years of excellence Jayaram Swapaanam
Excellence In Tamil Cinema Vijay, Vishal Kaththi, Poojai
Excellence In Tamil Cinema Sruthi Haasan Yevadu, Poojai
Excellence In Hindi Cinema Kajol
Pride of India Santosh Sivan Inam
Icon of the Year Aishwarya Rai
Kareena Kapoor

Winners 2015[edit]

Category Winner Movie's
Lifetime Achievement Award K. J. Yesudas
Nedumudi Venu
KG George
Singer
Actor
Director
Best Movie Ennu Ninte Moideen Director-RS Vimal
Best Movie on Social Welfare Pathemari Director-Salim Ahamed
Best Movie With Artistic Values Oral Pokkam Director-Sanalkumar Sasidharan
Best Critically Acclaimed Movie Pathemari Director-Salim Ahamed
Best Popular Movie Premam Director-Alphonse Puthren
Best Entertainer Of The Year Amar Akbar Anthony Director-Nadhirshah
Best Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran Ennu Ninte Moideen, Ivide, Picket 43
Best Actress Parvathy Ennu Ninte Moideen
Best Director RS Vimal Ennu Ninte Moideen
Man Of The Year Nivin Pauly
Outstanding Performer Of The Year Amala Paul Mili
Best Actor In A Supporting Role Tovino Thomas Ennu Ninte Moideen
Best Actor In A Character Role Aju Varghese (Various Films)
Best Actor In A Comic Role Chemban Vinod Jose (Various Films)
Sensational Actors Of The Year Sai Pallavi
Neeraj Madhav
Premam
(Various Films)
Special Performance Award Reenu Mathews Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi
Best Debutante Director G Prajith Oru Vadakkan Selfie
Best New Face Jewel Mary Utopiayile Rajavu, Pathemari
Best Cinematography Jomon T John Ennu Ninte Moideen
Best Screenplay: RS Vimal Ennu Ninte Moideen)
Best Music Director Bijibal Kaliyachan, Pathemari
Best Popular Music Director Gopi Sundar (Various Films)
Best Background Score Gopi Sundar Ennu Ninte Moideen
Best Singer (Male) Vineeth Sreenivasan (Aluva Puzha-Premam)
Best Singer (Female) Sujatha Mohan (Mamboo Pozhikkunna-Ottamandaram)
New Sensations In Singing Maqbool Mansoor
Harisankar
(Mukkathe Penne-Ennu Ninte Moideen)
(Nilavum-Ennum Eppozhum)

Winners 2016[edit]

Regional languages
Category Winner Movie's
Popular Actor of the Year Mohanlal Oppam/ Pulimurugan
Best Actor Nivin Pauly Action Hero Biju/Jacobinte Swargarajyam
Best Actress Manju Warrier Vettah /Karinkunnam 6s
Popular Movie Pulimurugan Vaisakh
Second Best Actor Manikandan Achari Kammatipaadam
Best Supporting Actor Aju Varghese Ann Mariya Kalippilaanu
Outstanding Performance of the Year Tovino Thomas
Vedhicka
Guppy
James & Alice
Excellence Award Asha Sharath Pavada/ Anuraga Karikkin Vellam
Best Character Actor Renji Panicker Jacobinte Swargarajyam
New Sensation in Action Male Shane Nigam Kismat
New Sensation in Action Female Aparna Balamurali Maheshinte Prathikaram
Best Anti Hero Kabir Bedi Anarkali/ Mohenjodaro- Hindi
Best Music Director Gopi Sunder Charlie/ Kali/ Pulimurugan
Best Lyricist Harinarayan Minugum (Oppam)
Best Singer Male MG Sreekumar- Chinnamma(Oppam)
Best Singer Female KS Chitra
Life Time Achievement MK Arjunan Music Director
New Promise in Acting Male Gokul Suresh Mudhugauv
New Promise in Acting Female Rejisha Vijayan Anuragakarikkinvellam
Special Jury Award Rajeev Pillai
Sijoy Varghese
Muthashi Gadha
James and Alice
Man of the Year Kunchako Boban
Best Film Jacobinte Swargarajyam Vineeth Sreenivasan
Best Director Priyadarshan I plan
New Sensation in Singing Baby Sreya
Best Cinematographer Shaji
Child Artiste Baby Nainika Theri

Winners 2017[edit]

12th Asiavision Movie Awards 2017 held on November 24, 2017 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in the United Arab Emirates.[8]

Category Winner Movie
Best Film Dileesh Pothan Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum
Best Director Mahesh Narayan Take Off
Best Actor - Hindi Ayushmann Khurrana Meri Pyaari Bindu, Bareilly Ki Barfi & Shubh Mangal Saavdhan
Best Actor - Malayalam Dulquer Salmaan Solo, Parava, CIA & Jomonte Suvisheshangal
Best Actress - Hindi Bhumi Pednekar Toilet: Ek Prem Katha & Shubh Mangal Saavdhan
Best Actress - Malayalam Manju Warrier Udaharanam Sujatha
Best Actress - Tamil Aditi Rao Hydari Kaatru Veliyidai
Best Music Director - Hindi Mithoon Shab
Best Music Director - Malayalam Gopi Sunder The Great Father & Take Off
Best Singer - Male Karthik "Ee Kaattu Vannu" from Adam Joan
Best Singer - Female Sithara Krishnakumar "Ethu Mazhaylum" from Udaharanam Sujatha
Best Lyricist Harinarayanan "Ee Kaattu from" Adam Joan
"Lailakame" from Ezra
Best Actor in Comedy Role Dharmajan Bolgatty Sunday Holiday & Chunkzz
Best Artistic Movies Parava & Kaattu
Best Debut Director Soubin Shahir Parava
Best Debut Actor - Malayalam Antony Varghese Angamaly Diaries
Best Debut Actor - Hindi Ashish Bisht Shab
Outstanding Performer (National) Aishwarya Rajesh Sakhavu & Jomonte Suvisheshangal
Outstanding performer of the year - Male Suraj Venjarumoodu Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum
Outstanding performer of the year - Female Shanthi Krishna Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela
Outstanding performer of the year Kunal Kapoor Veeram
Excellence in Malayalam Cinema Asha Sarath Viswasapoorvam Mansoor
Excellence in Singing Abhaya Hiranmayi "Koyikkode" song from Goodalochana
Popular Music Director/Best Background Score Shaan Rahman Velipadinte Pusthakam & Godha
Popular Singer of the Year Vineeth Sreenivasan Entammede Jimikki Kammal from Velipadinte Pusthakam
New Sensation in Acting (male) Sarath Kumar Angamaly Diaries & Velipadinte Pusthakam
New Sensation in Acting (female) Anu Sithara Ramante Edanthottam
New Sensation in Singing (male) Vaishnav Girish
New Sensation in Singing (female) Ann Amie "Kilivaathilil" from Pullikkaran Staraa
New Sensation in Singing Sanah Moidutty Afeemi song from Meri Pyaari Bindu
Man of the Year (Malayalam) Tovino Thomas Godha & Oru Mexican Aparatha
Most Popular Actor Sanjay Dutt Bhoomi
Hero of the Decade Vijay Sethupathi
Global Icon of India Deepika Padukone
Gurushreshta Puraskaram MT Vasudevan Nair
Socially Committed movie Take Off
Pride of South India Mamta Mohandas

Winners 2018[edit]

13th Asiavision Movie Awards for 2018, which was held in Dubai on 16 February 2019.[9][10][11][12]

Category Winner Movie
Best Film Zakariya Mohammed Sudani from Nigeria
Best Director Lijo Jose Pellissery Ee.Ma.Yau.
Best Actor - Hindi Ranveer Singh Padmaavat
Best Actor - Malayalam Tovino Thomas Maradona, Theevandi, Oru Kuprasidha Payyan
Best Actor - Tamil Vijay Sethupathi Vikram Vedha
Best Actress - Malayalam Manju Warrier Aami
Best Actor (Critics) - Tamil Dhanush Vada Chennai, Maari 2
Best Actor (Critics) - Hindi Ayushmann Khurrana Badhaai Ho, Andhadhun
Best Actor (Negative Role) Jim Sarbh Padmaavat
Best Debut Actor - Male Nikesh Ram Mazhayathu
Best Debut Actress - Female Saniya Iyappan Queen (2018 film) & Pretham 2
Best Performer - Tamil Sadhna Venkatesh Peranbu
Best Music Director Kailas Menon Theevandi
Best Background Score Gopi Sundar Kayamkulam Kochunni
Best Singer - Male K. S. Harisankar
Best Singer - Female Shreya Ghoshal
Best Lyricist B.K.Harinarayanan Theevandi
Star of the Year - Male Joju George Joseph
Star of the Year - Female Aishwarya Lekshmi Varathan
Promising Actor Krrish Menon Kinavalli
Promising Director in family entertainment Ramesh Pisharody Panchavarnathatha
Outstanding performer of the year Asha Sharath Bhayanakam
Popular Movie of the year Rosshan Andrrews Kayamkulam Kochunni
Youth ICON award Antony Varghese Swathanthryam Ardharathriyil
New Sensation in Singing - Female Prarthana Indrajith and Shashaa Tirupati
Emerging Star of the Year Kiara Advani
Best Actress of the Decade Trisha
Honoring 30 years in Music Sharreth
Life Time Achievement Sri Shyam

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