South Indian International Movie Awards

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South Indian International Movie Awards
Current: 8th South Indian International Movie Awards
SIIMA logo.png
Logo of SIIMA Awards
Awarded forExcellence in South Indian cinema and Music
Sponsored byMultiple
LocationMultiple Locations
CountryIndia
Presented byVibri Media Group
Established2012
First awarded21 June 2012 – 22 June 2012
Last awarded15 Aug 2019 – 16 Aug 2019
Websitesiima.in
Television/radio coverage
Networks
Gemini TV (Telugu)
Sun TV (Tamil)
Surya TV (Malayalam)
Udaya TV (Kannada)
Produced byVibri Media Group
RelatedCelebrity Cricket League
SIIMA Short Film Awards

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] Adusumilli Brinda Prasad is the chairperson of SIIMA. The Awards are presented in separate parts on two different days. On the first day the most promising upcoming South Indian film artistes are honoured at the Generation Next Awards, while the second day is reserved for the main SIIMA Awards. The Award nominees are selected by a jury of senior artistes and professionals and voted for by public polling.[3] The first SIIMA ceremony was held on 21 & 22 June 2012 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.[4] It is one of the most prominent entertainment award ceremonies in India.

In 2017, Vibri Media Group have announced that it is going to add SIIMA Short Film Awards category to recognise makers and actors of short films.[5]

History[edit]

South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) was launched in 2012 By Vishnu Vardhan Induri to appreciate film makers from across the South Indian films industries, Telugu cinema, Tamil cinema, Malayalam cinema, and Kannada cinema, and provide a platform to promote South Indian films in international markets.

Ceremonies[edit]

Ceremony Date Host(s) Venue City Country Ref.
First 21–22 June 2012 R. Madhavan, Lakshmi Manchu, Parvathy Omanakuttan Dubai World Trade Centre Dubai  UAE [6][7][8][9]
Second 12–13 September 2013 Shriya Saran, Rana Daggubati, Sonu Sood, Parvathy Omanakuttan, Ash Chandler Expo Centre Sharjah Sharjah  UAE [10][11][12][13]
Third 12–13 September 2014 Navdeep, Shraddha Das (Telugu)

Shiva, Pooja Ramachandran (Tamil)

Stadium Negara Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia [14][15][16][17]
Fourth 6 – 7 August 2015 Rana Daggubati, Ali, Sreemukhi (Telugu)
Shiva, Suchitra (Tamil)
Dubai World Trade Centre Dubai  UAE [18][19][20][21]
Fifth 30 – 1 July 2016 Allu Sirish, Lakshmi Manchu (Telugu)
Shiva, Sathish, Dhanya Balakrishna (Tamil)
Ranjini Haridas (Malayalam)
Suntec Convention Centre Singapore  Singapore [22]
[23][24][25][26]
Sixth 30 – 1 July 2017 Allu Sirish, Lakshmi Manchu (Telugu)
Sathish, Dhanya Balakrishna (Tamil)
Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre Abu Dhabi  UAE [27][28][29]
[30][31]
Seventh 14–15 September 2018 Rahul Ramakrishna, Priyadarshi Pullikonda, Sreemukhi (Telugu)
Vijay Raghavendra, Samyuktha Hedge (Kannada)
Bollywood Parks Dubai Dubai  UAE [32][33][34][35][36]
Eighth 15–16 August 2019 Rahul Ramakrishna, Priyadarshi Pullikonda, Suma Kanakala (Telugu)
Janani Iyer, Mirchi Shiva (Tamil)
Vijay Raghavendra, Anupama Gowda (Kannada)
Pearle Maany (Malayalam)
Lusail Sports Arena Doha  Qatar [37][38][39][40][41]

Award categories[edit]

Kannada[edit]

Malayalam[edit]

Tamil[edit]

Telugu[edit]

References[edit]

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