62nd Filmfare Awards South 2015 Winners

The 62nd Filmfare Awards (South) ceremony in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, was a dazzling event. DESIblitz brings you all the winners, performances, and celebrities.

62nd Filmfare Awards South 2015 Winners

Shruti Haasan won a Best Actor Award, whilst her father Kamal Haasan presented the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The 62nd Britannia Filmfare Awards (South) was held in glamorous style on the 26th June 2015, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Celebrating the best of South Indian cinema, the categories were awarded across four different film industries including Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada.

Celebrities attended the glitzy evening in droves. Shruti Haasan, who won Best Actor (Female, Telugu) Award for her role in Race Gurram, arrived along with her father Kamal Haasan, who presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to IV Sasi.

Popular Tamil actor, Dhanush won the Best Actor in a Leading Role award for his role in Velaiyilla Pattathari, looked very dapper in a blue tux with black trim.

Alongside the big winners of the night, there were also stunning performances from the likes of Tapsee Pannu, Pranitha Subhash and Tamannah Bhatia.

62nd Filmfare Awards South 2015 Winners

Here is the full list of winners of the 2015 Britannia Filmfare Awards South:

Best Film
Manam (Telugu)
Munnariyippu (Malayalam)
Kaththi (Tamil)
Mr And Mrs Ramachari (Kannada)

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male)
Yash for Mr And Mrs Ramachari (Kannada)
Mammooty for Varsham (Malayalam)
Allu Arjun for Race Gurram (Telugu)
Dhanush for Velaiyilla Pattathari (Tamil)

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female)
Malavika Nair for Cuckoo (Tamil)
Shruti Haasan for Race Gurram (Telugu)
Shwetha Srivatsav for Fair And Lovely (Kannada)
Manju Warrior for How Old Are You (Malayalam)

Best Actor (Critics)
Nivin Pauly for 1983
Karthi for Madras

Best Director
Anjali Menon for Bangalore Days (Malayalam)
Rakshit Shetty for Ulidavaru Kandanthe (Kannada)
Vikram Kumar for Manam (Telugu)
AR Murugadoss wins for Kaththi (Tamil)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male)
Jayasurya for Apothecary (Malayalam)
Achyuth Kumar for Drishya (Kannada)
Jagapathi Babu for Legend (Telugu)
Bobby Simha for Jigarthanda (Tamil)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)
Parvathy for Bangalore Days (Malayalam)
Samyuktha Hornadu for Oggarane (Kannada)
Lakshmi Manchu for Chandamama Kathalu (Telugu)
Ritwika for Madras (Tamil)

Best Debut (Male)
Dulquer Salmaan – Vaayai Moodi Pesavum (Tamil)
Bellamkonda Sreenivas – Alludu Seenu (Tamil)

Best Debut (Female)
Catherine Tresa – Madras (Tamil)
Nikki Galrani – 1983 (Malayalam)

Best Lyricist
BK Harinarayanan for Olanjali Kuruvi (1983) (Malayalam)
V Nagendra Prasad for Kannalli (Ambareesha) (Kannada)
Chandrabose wins for Kanipinchina Maa Ammake (Manam) (Telugu)
NA Muthukumar for Azhagu (Saivam) (Tamil)

Best Music
Gopi Sunder for Bangalore Days (Malayalam)
B. Ajaneesh Loknath for Ulidavaru Kandanthe (Kannada)
Anoop Rubens for Manam (Telugu)
Anirudh Ravichander for Velaiyilla Pattathari (Tamil)

Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shreya Ghoshal for Vijanatyhayil (How Old Are You) (Malayalam)
Anuradha Bhat for Chanana Chanana (Ugramm) (Kannada)
Sunita for Yem Sandeham Ledu (Oohalu Gusagusalade) (Telugu)
Uthara Unnikrishnan for Azhagu (Saivam) (Tamil)

Best Playback Singer (Male)
Haricharan for Ethu Kari Ravilum (Bangalore Days) (Malayalam)
Vijay Prakash for Gaatiya Ilidu (Ulidavaru Kandante) (Kannada)
Simha for Cinema Choopista Mama (Race Gurram) (Telugu)
Pradeep Kumar for Aagayam Theepidicha (Madras) (Tamil)

Best Cinematographer
PS Vinod for Manam (Telugu)

Lifetime Achievement Award

Lifetime Achievement Award
IV Sasi

The 62nd Filmfare Awards South was once again a success, made more exciting by the number of stars who attended the ceremony.

DESIblitz looks forward to the next Britannia Filmfare Awards (South), which will surely be even more glamorous.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Nazhat is an ambitious 'Desi' woman with interests in news and lifestyle. As a writer with a determined journalistic flair, she firmly believes in the motto "an investment in knowledge pays the best interest," by Benjamin Franklin.

Images courtesy of Filmfare

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