KERALA FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION
Looks like ASIANET is having a ball of a time this time. Surprisingly it has nothing to do with television, but Asianet is reigning supreme even in the field of cinema.
They co-produced two small budgeted flicks this year and both the movies are sharing the Best Film honors. The films are Kamal's Megha Malhaar and Rajeev Kumar's Sesham.
Sesham stars Jayaram and Geetu Mohandas walks away with the best actor & actress awards. Director Rajeev Kumar also wins best director award.
Megha Malhaar, the Biju Menon-Samyuktha Verma movie bags also best script and music too.
Ravanaprabhu is adjedged most popular movie.
The award also is honouring Balachandra Menon with a lifetime achievement award.
Sesham / Megha Malhaar (Shared)
Best Second Film
Lifetime Achievement Award (Chalachitra Ratnam)
Jayaram - sesham
Geethu Mohandas - sesham
T.K. Rajeev Kumar - sesham
Best Supporting Actor
Rajan P Dev - karumaadi kuttan
Best Supporting Actress
Bindu Panicker - soothradharan
Best Child Artist
Sreeram Sethunath - mookuthi
Suresh Pothuval - achaneyane eniku ishtam
Kamal - megha malhaar
O.N.V. Kurup - megha malhaar, pularvettam
Best Music director
Ramesh Narayan - megha malhaar
Best Playback singer -male
M.G. Sreekumar - achaneyanu eniku ishtam
Best Playback singer -female
Sujata Mohan - soothradharan
M J Radhakrishnan - kannagi / theerthadanam
Best debutant director
T N Gopakumar - jeevan mosai
G R Kannan - theerthadanam
Most Popular Film
Special Jury Awards
Jayaraj - kannagi
kamal - megha malhaaar