Tamil film industry proud of National Awards – few voice for foul play

Chennai: Tamil Film industry is really gleaming since the fraternity has bagged many accolades this year, thus 2012 will be a remarkable year for Kollywood. The six National Awards have been fetched by the Tamil movies. The awards like Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film of a Director for the flick Aaranya Kaandam, Best Editing for Aaranya Kaandam, Best Tamil Film for Vaagai Sooda Vaa and Best Non – Feature Film on Family Values for Red Building where the Sun Sets made the industry much noticeable.

Where many are enjoying and feeling proud of these awards, there are certain directors and producers who are not delighted with the outcomes of the National Awards and claim that some foul play has been done in the results. The renowned filmmaker like A. R. Murugadoss, where congratulated the winners, also showed his unhappiness about not winning the awards for his flick ‘Engeyum Eppodhum’.

Since the ones who did not bag any award have been raising the claims of foul play in results, the industry stalwarts utter that it is not new that this kind of buzz has come up since whenever the awards function happens, the ones who do not win blame on the results.

The prominent actress Khushboo utters that whenever awards are out; the losers raise the fingers on the organizers. She goes on saying that the fact should be accepted that our industry gets recognized and it is the moment of utter pride. She also mentions that one should understand that this year the jury has been liberal about the regional cinema. Thus who bagged, they deserved.

Revathy, the three times National Award winner, has bagged the Best Director Award for Non Feature Film on Family Values for Red Building Where the Sun Sets. She says that the award for her movie shows that they young blood is appreciated.

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