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Mammootty, the mega star of Mollywood, won the Lifetime Acheivement Award in Kashmir Film Festival, 2014. The actor is honored for his acheivements and contributions towards the indian cinema. Mamootty's latest movie, Balyakalasakhi was the only Malayalam movie selected for the festival. The movie won two special awards for the script and direction, in the category of Indian films.
Mammootty has made a record for winning the maximum number of Best Actor trophies in the National Film Awards, along with veteran actors Kamal Hassan and Amithabh Bachchan. He has won the Best Actor award 3 times, on the years 1989, 1993 and 1998.
He also holds the record for winning maximum number of trophies in the Best Actor category in Filmfare Awards South. He has won the award 10 times. The actor also have 5 Best Actor awards from Kerala State Film Awards in his credit.
Mammootty, who was facing a huge criticism for his selection of movies in recent times, has earned huge positive reviews for his performance in the movie Munnariyippu, which release last week. The movie is well praised by the critics and audience and successfully runs in the theatres. His next release is Rajadhi Raja, directed by Ajay Vasudevan, which slated to release for Onam. He willplay the lead in the Siddique directed upcoming flick Rascals and Johny Antony directed Dance Dance. Reportedly, the actor will also share screen with Mohanlal in the upcoming Shaji Kailas directed untitled flick.