Screen Awards

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Screen Awards
Awarded forExcellence in the Hindi film industry
CountryIndia
Presented byScreen
First awarded1995; 26 years ago (1995)
Last awarded8 December 2019 (2019-12-08)
Websitehttp://www.starscreenawards.in Edit this on Wikidata
Television/radio coverage
NetworkStar Plus (2000—11, 2016—present)
Colors (2012—13)
Life OK (2014—15)
Most recent Screen Award winners
← 2018 Best in film in 2021
  Ranveer at filmfare (cropped).jpg Alia Bhatt at Mukesh Ambani’s residence for Ganesh Chaturthi celebration (20) (cropped).jpg
Award Best Actor Best Actress
Winner Varun Dhawan
(Laxmii)
Alia Bhatt
(Sadak 2)
  Gulshan Devaiya at a special screening of Lipstick Under My Burkha (cropped).jpg Kamini Kaushal.jpg
Award Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Winner Abhishek Bachchan
(Ludo)
Sara Ali Khan
(Love Aaj Kal/Coolie No.1)
  Zoya at audio release of Talaash.jpg Prem Chopra speaking.jpg
Award Best Director Lifetime Achievement Awardee
Winner Raghava Lawrence
(Laxmii)
Amitabh Bachchan

Previous Best Picture

Gully Boy

Best Picture

Laxmii"

The Screen Awards is an annual awards ceremony held in India honouring professional excellence in Bollywood. The nomination and award selection is done by a panel of distinguished professionals from the industry. The awards were introduced by the Screen film magazine of The Indian Express Group in 1995. The magazine was acquired by Star India in 2015 and subsequently closed down.[1] Though Star India continues to sponsor the awards under the Star Screen Awards title.

The name of the annual ceremonies are prefixed by the presenting network; the first "Star Screen Awards" were telecasted on Star Plus from 2000 till 2011, after which the "Colors Screen Awards" were previewed on Colors and the "Life OK Screen Awards" on Life OK, each for a period of two years. As of 2019, Star continues to hold the television distribution rights.[2][3]

History[edit]

The Screen Awards, initiated by the chairman of The Express Group, Mr. Viveck Goenka in 1994, is focused on excellence in films in India. The awards attempt to position themselves as India's first awards that are given by the film fraternity to the film fraternity by way of a jury, as opposed to the other "popular" awards. The awards are also the first to be conducted every year.[4]

The Awards for Hindi and Marathi films, TV and non-film music are presented annually in January each year. Several editions of the awards such as the "Screen Weekly Awards", "Screen Videocon Awards", "Star Screen Awards", "Colors Screen Awards" and "Life OK Screen Awards" have thus far been presented. Until 2001, the awards were sponsored by Videocon International and hence known as the Screen Videocon Awards.[5] For the regional cinema of South India, Screen has held three editions of the "Screen Awards for excellence in South Indian Cinema". The awards were presented for Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada cinema.

The ceremony has involved[vague] the Executive Director and the Governor of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[2]

The 23rd Star Screen Awards was held on 4 December 2016 and broadcast on Star Plus on 31 December 2016. The event was created and designed by Anil Jha and produced and executed by Mohomed Morani and Cineyug Group of Companies.

Awards[edit]

Jury Awards[edit]

Critics' Awards[edit]

Popular Choice Awards[edit]

Technical Awards[edit]

Special Awards[edit]

Records and facts[edit]

Most awards to a single film

Most directing awards

Most acting awards - male (Best Actor + Best Supporting Actor) in chronological order.

Most acting awards - female (Best Actress + Best Supporting Actress) in chronological order.

Most awards for music direction

Most Lyricist Awards

Most playback singer awards - male

Most playback singer awards - female

Youngest Best Actress Winner

Youngest Best Actor Winner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IndiaToday.in (staff) (10 March 2015). "Star acquires 'Screen', The Indian Express Group's film magazine". India Today. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Screen Awards". Indian Express Newspapers. 2002. Retrieved 9 March 2011.
  3. ^ Vanita Kohli-Khandeka, The Indian Media Business, SAGE Publications India, 1 August 2008
  4. ^ "Nokia Star Screen Special Awards Categories Of Star Screen Special Awards". www.awardsandshows.com. Retrieved 30 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Stage set for Screen-Videocon award ceremony". expressindia.indianexpress.com. Retrieved 30 March 2018.

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