On the eve of Monday, March 22nd, 2021, the 67th National Film Awards took place, and the actors, directors, singers, writers, and many more were awarded for their work. 

The Complete List Of Who Win What:

The Best actor award was awarded to Manoj Bajpayee and Dhanush, the best actress award was given to the Kangana Ranaut. The award was declared by the chairmen N. Chandra. The award ceremony was delayed for over a year due to pandemics.

Aside from Mr. Chandra, the question-and-answer session was additionally tended by the director of the non-feature films jury Arun Chaddha, administrator most movie cordial State jury Shaji N. Karun, and administrator best composition on film jury Saibal Chatterjee. Featured by Mohanlal, Marakar Arbikadalinte Simham or the Lion of Arabian Sea is a period activity dramatization about a sixteenth Century Malayali maritime tribal leader who battled the Portuguese attack. Chauhan's film is a dim parody about the results of vicious radicalism. This is just his second movie after Lahore that won him the Indira Gandhi Award for the best debutant chief in 2010. Both the movies presently cannot seem to make it to theatres on account of the COVID-19 circumstance. 

While Mr. Bajpayee has been granted for his deliberate exhibition of a resigned police constable in Bhonsle, Mr. Dhanush has won it for portraying a scope of feelings in Vetrimaaran's complex vengeance show Asuran. Ms. Ranaut packed away the honor for her best exhibitions in Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi and Panga. 

The Best Supporting Actor Award went to Vijay Sethupathi for his presentation in the Tamil film Super Deluxe. Prepared entertainer Pallavi Joshi won the Best Supporting Actress Award for The Tashkent Files. D. Immam got the Best Music Award for his melodies in the Tamil film Viswasam. Prabuddha Banerjee sacked the Award for the Best Background score in the Bengali film Jeyesthaputro. B. Praak won the Best Playback Singer Award for Hindi film Kesari and Savani Ravindra won the Best Female Playback Singer Award for Marathi film Bardo. 

Telugu film Maharishi won the honor for the Best Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. For the Best Hindi Film Award, Sushant Singh Rajput-starrer Chhichore won the title, whereas the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Film on National Integration was given to Marathi film Taj Mahal. Mathukuti Xavier won the Indira Gandhi Award for the Best Debut Film of a Director for the Malayalam movie Helen. Sikkim was granted as the Best Film Friendly State. The honor for the Best Book on Cinema went to Sanjay Suri's A Gandhian Affair: India' Curious Portrayal of Love in Cinema.

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