After winning people's hearts, which is considered as the highest reward, Baahubali is on its way to sweep awards in several categories during this award season. While it has already got few awards at different platforms, here comes Vikatan awards.
Vikatan, which is a most trusted and popular magazine in
Tamilnadu has announced its awards for the year 2015, in various
categories including films, sports etc and Baahubali,
which also released in Tamil managed to bag awards in seven
categories.To have a look at the complete list of
cast and crew of Baahubali, who bagged an award each at the Vikatan
awards 2015, go through the slides below.
Ramya and Sathya Raj bags an award each in the category of Best
Supporting Actress and Actor. "Congratulations to our Sivagami,
Ramya Krishna and Kattappa, Sathyaraj! #VikatanAwards2015
#பாகுபலி", read a tweet from Baahubali official handle.
Ram Rajamouli and Prashanthi, who worked really hard to get a
new look for the actors with their costumes were also awarded as
best Costume Designers.
Production Design and VFX
"Congratulations to our VFX supervisor & production
designer, Srinivas Mohan & Sabu Cyril #VikatanAwards2015
#பாகுபலி", read a tweet from Baahubali official handle. On the
whole, Baahubali bagged awards in 7 categories.
Baahubali also got an award in category of Best Makeup. Despite
being a neighboring state language film, Baahubali managed to get
awards in four category, which no other Tamil film managed to do
and it itself is an achievement.
Baahubali flagged off its victory in the categories of
Best Costumes, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, Make Up, VFX,
Production Design and a few more.It is just the beginning of
a storm that is going to rock the film world and the awards it
bestows upon noteworthy creations.
We at filmibeat.com congratulate the team Baahubali for achieving this feat and pushing the envelope to create the magical cinematic experience like Baahubali. Must say this is just the beginning and wait for the award season in the Telugu land to begin to see the actual phenomena of Rajamouli's magnum opus.