The complete winners list of Vikatan Awards 2015 (Tamil cinema) is here. Continue reading to figure out if your favourite celebrity is in this esteemed list of award winners.
Best Film - Kaaka Muttai
Directed by Manikandan and produced by Dhanush's Wunderbar Films, Kaaka Muttai, starring Vignesh, Ramesh and Iyshwarya Rajesh bags the award for Best Film.
Best Actor - Jayam Ravi
Jayam Ravi has been awarded the Best Actor trophy for his role in the movie Bhooloham. The movie was directed by Kalyanakrishnan.
Best Playback Singer (Male)
AR Rahman's son AR Ameen bags the Best Playback Singer award for crooning the song 'Maula Wa Sallim' from the film OK Kanmani. The song does not feature in the movie though.
Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shashaa Tirupathi won the Best Playback Singer (Female) award for the song 'Paranthu Sella Vaa' from the movie OK Kanmani. The melody was written by Vairamuthu.
Best Lyricist Award
Best Lyricist Award goes to Vairamuthu for penning the song 'Malargal Kaettaen' in the movie OK Kanmani. It can be safely said that all awards pertaining to music belongs to OK Kanmani.
Late Kishore Te gets the Best Editor award for his work in the National Award-winning movie Kaaka Muttai. Unfortunately, Kishore passed away last year while working along with one of his favourite directors Vetrimaaran.
Best Story Award
Manikandan walks away with the Best Story award for his film Kaaka Muttai. Set against the backdrop of Chennai, the film narrates the story of two kids with a dream of getting hold of a slice of pizza.
Best Screenplay Award
Best Screenplay award goes to Jeethu Joseph for coming up with an intriguing screenplay in Kamal Haasan's Papanasam. As mentioned earlier, Papanasam marked Jeethu's Tamil debut.
Best Actress - Nayantara
Nayantara bags the Best Actress award for portraying the character 'Kadhambhari' in the movie Naanum Rowdydhaan. The film was directed by Vignesh Shivan.
Best Villain (Male) - Arvind Swamy
Thanks to his mesmerizing performance in Thani Oruvan, Arvind Swamy walks away with the Best Villain award. Thani Oruvan was directed by M Raja.
Best Villain (Female) - Asha Sharath
Malayalam actress Asha Sharath has won the Best Villain (Female) award for the movie Papanasam. Jeethu Joseph made his directorial debut in Tamil through Papanasam.
Best Comedian (Male) - Karunakaran
Karunakaran bags the Best Comedian award for his role in the movie Indru Netru Naalai. The movie was helmed by debutant director Ravikumar.
Best Comedian (Female) - 'Kovai' Sarala
'Kovai' Sarala won the Best Comedian (Female) award for her role in the movie Kanchana 2. Kanchana 2 was directed by Raghava Lawrence.
Best Music Director - AR Rahman
AR Rahman won the Best Music Director award for his magical tunes in the movie OK Kanmani. The film was directed by Mani Ratnam.
Best Director - Manikandan
Manikandan walks away with the Best Director award for coming up with a gem of a movie, Kaaka Muttai.
Best Cinematographer - PC Sreeram
Ace cinematographer PC Sreeram won the Best Cinematographer award for his work in the movie I. The Vikram starrer was directed by Shankar.