The 61st Filmfare Awards 2014 united the four Southern film industries again. The awards ceremony was grandly organised at Nehru Stadium on Saturday (July 12) and the event turned out to be a big success.
Like every year, this year too the event was colourful. Celebrities added glamour to the event by donning designer wears and by performing to the tunes of some of the popular tracks from Indian movies.
Kamal Hassan, Rekha, Surya, Mahesh Babu, Nayantara, AR Rahman, Taapsee Pannu, Shruti Hassan, Nazriya Nazim, Dhanush and many other prominent names from South attended the event. In the slideshow, know about the winners in Tamil...
Gautham Menon produced and Ram directorial Thanga Meengal Best Movie Award At the 61st Filmfare.
Director Bala was declared the Best Director at the 61st Filmfare for his Paradesi.
Best Actor (Male)
Actor Adharvaa won the Best Actor Award (Male) for his brilliant acting in Paradesi.
Best Actor (Female)
Nayantara won the Best Actor (Female) Award for Raja Rani.
Best Supporting Actor Award (Male)
Sathyaraj bagged the Best Supporting Actor Award (Male) for Raja Rani.
Best Supporting Actor Award (Female)
Dhansika won the Best Supporting Actress (Female) for Paradesi.
Best Music Director
AR Rahman bagged the Best Music Director Award for Kadal.
Best Playback Singer (Male)
Sriram Parthasarathy won the Best Playback Singer (Male) for the song‘Aaanadha yaazhai' from Thanga Meengal.
Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shakthisree Gopalan won the Best Playback Singer (Female) for ‘Nenjukkullae' from Kadal.
Na. Muthukumar bagged the Best Lyricist Award for ‘Aaanadha yaazhai' from Thanga Meengal.
Rajiv Menon bagged the Best Cinematographer Award for Kadal.
Best Actor (Critics Award)
Dhanush won the Best Actor (Critics Award) for entire South Cinema for Mariyaan.
Best Debut (Male)
Nivin Pauly and Gautham Karthik shared the Best Debut (Male) for Neram and Kadal respectively.
Best Debut (Female)
Nazriya Nazim won the Best Debut (Female) for Neram
Lifetime Achievement Awards
The Lifetime Achievement Awards were given to late Balu Mahendra and and Jayabharathi.