Sunday, January 15, 2012

Colors Screen Awards Winners 2012

I had put the list of nominations up here if you want to check it out.

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[Two of the all time greats... together on stage. I think I'm going to melt.]



THE TOP AWARDS


Best Film: The Dirty Picture and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

Best Director: Milan Luthria for The Dirty Picture

Best Actor: Ranbir Kapoor for Rockstar

Best Actress: Vidya Balan for The Dirty Picture

Best Supporting Actor: Saif Ali Khan for Aarakshan

[Note: LOL]

Best Supporting Actress: Aditi Rao Hydari for Ye Saali Zindagi



[Who's your queen? All hail Ekta Kapoor!]

THE FUN AWARDS


Performer of the Year: Ekta Kapoor

[WHAT? Also: Fuck. Yeah. I ♥ me some Ekta Kapoor.]

Popular Choice Male (Popular): Shah Rukh Khan for Don 2

[You know, I'm perfectly fine with SRK winning this! Of any award, it's one that he deserves - if only because he's been campaigning so damn hard for it.]

Popular Choice Female (Popular): Deepika Padukone for Desi Boyz

[This, on the other hand, is baffling. Really? WHAT DID SHE EVEN DO IN THAT MOVIE? I saw it and barely remember her in it.]

Jodi Award: Shah Rukh Khan & Priyanka Chopra

[I think I just threw up a little at this. And not only because their media-created "affair" was one of the worst stories of 2011 but because DON KILLED ALL OF ROMA'S FAMILY AND NOW WE'RE SUPPOSED TO SHIP THEM?! WTF?!]


[O ho ho! Pitobash didn't tell me he was cast in one of the zombie films! *ba dum*]

AWARDING CHARACTER ACTORS


Best Actor in a Negative Role (Male): Prashant Narayan for Murder 2

Best Actor in a Negative Role (Female): Priyanka Chopra for 7 Khoon Maaf

[It seems a bit of cop-out to give her this but whatever. I guess Sana in Rajapattai doesn't count.]

Best Actor in a Comic Role: Pitobash for Shor in the City

[Congratulations, brother! Although Mandook was more than just "comic relief..."]

Best Ensemble Cast: Abhay Deol, Farhan Akhtar, Hrithik Roshan, Kalki Koechlin and Katrina Kaif for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

[Fact. This is possibly the most accurate award yet.]

MOST PROMISING


Most Promising Newcomer (Male): Divyendu for Pyar ka Panchnama

Most Promising Newcomer (Female): Parineeti Chopra for Ladies vs Ricky Bahl

Most Promising Debut Director: Bejoy Nambiar for Shaitan


[I have a feeling Sasha's performance is one to watch out for. He's such a talented performer anyway but... with Chitrangda included? Yes, please!]

MUSIC AWARDS


Best Music: AR Rahman for Rock Star

[I suspect we'll be seeing a lot more of this...]

Best Playback Singer (Male): Mohit Chauhan for "Phir Se Ud Chala" and "Sadda Haq" from Rock Star

Best Playback Singer (Female): Shreya Ghoshal for "Ooh La La" from The Dirty Picture

[Same for these two.]

Best Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi for "Achcha Lagta Hai" from Aarakshan

Best Background Score: Ranjit Barot for Shaitan

STORY AWARDS


Best Story: Akshat Verma for Delhi Belly

Best Screenplay: Akshat Verma for Delhi Belly

[This is bullshit. There is no way that Delhi Belly had the best story and/or best screenplay in a year that had things like No One Killed Jessica and Saheb Biwi aur Gangster. Really, people?]

Best Dialogue: Farhan Akhtar and Javed Akhtar for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

[Fair point. The dialogues were very good in ZNMD.]

TECHNICAL AWARDS


Best Special Effects: Keitan Yadav and Haresh Hingorani (Red Chillies) for Ra.One

[By all accounts, this is the award that Ra.One really earned.]

Best Choreography: Bosco Caesar for "Senorita" from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

[Yeah... no. I liked the song but there was some much better stuff going on in films like Desi Boyz and Ready but I suppose those aren't classy enough for the Colors Screen Awards Jury to take a look at.]

1 comment:

oneknightstands said...

Exactly my thoughts on Saif for Aarakshan, Jodi for SRK/Piggy Chops, and above all - Best Story to Delhi Belly. Whatevs!

And yes, Mandook wasn't a comic character. It was the situation which made it funny, and yet real. It wasn't a ha-ha Priyadarshan slapstick. So, although I'm happy for the guy, he should be in the Best Supporting Actor category. Just like say, Arshad was in Ishqiya.

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