Siima Awards 2019 Winners Telugu Full List

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Siima Awards 2019 Telugu Winners Full List

Siima Awards 2019 Telugu Winners List: The 8th Edition of South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) is being held in Doha, Qatar this year. Aimed at felicitating the artistic and technical achievements of the south Indian film industry, it is traditionally a two-day fest where the first day is dedicated to Telugu and Kannada movies and the second day is about Malayalam and Tamil movies. (SIIMA Awards 2019 Telugu Nominations List)

Telugu movies like Rangasthalam, Bharath Ane Nenu, Aravinda Sametha, Mahanati were among the ones nominated this year. Ram Charan’s role in Rangasthalam won him the Best Actor Telugu award. Keerthy Suresh, who recently won the National Award for her portrayal of the legendary yesteryear actress Savitri, is continuing to win laurels for the same. She was adjudged as the Best Actress Telugu at SIIMA 2019.

Siima Awards 2019 Telugu Winners Full List

  • Best Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad (Film: Rangasthalam)
  • Best Actress: Keerthy Suresh (Film: Mahanati)
  • Best Actor: Ram Charan (Film: Rangasthalam)
  • Best Comedian; Sathya (Film: Chalo)
  • Best Director Popular film-maker: Sukumar (Film: Rangasthalam)
  • Best Actor (Critics Choice): Vijay Deverakonda (Film: Geetha Govindam)
  • Best Actress In Supporting Role: Anasuya Bharadwaj (Film: Rangasthalam)
  • Best Debut Director: Ajay Bhupathi (Film: RX 100)
  • Best Actor In Supporting Role (Male): Rajendra Prasad (Film: Rangasthalam)
  • Best Debut Actor – Female: Payal Rajput (Film: RX 100)

Siima Awards 2019 Winners Kannada Full List

  • Best Debut Kannada Actor (Female): Anupama Gowda for Aa Karaala Ratri
  • Best Actor in Leading Role (Kannada): Yash for KGF
  • Best Lyrics Writer (Kannada): Chetan Kumar for Yennammi Yennammi from Ayogya
  • Best Cinematographer (Kannada): Bhuvan Gowda for KGF
  • Best comedian (Kannada): Prakash Thuminad for Sarkar.Hi.Pra.Shaale.Kasaragodu
  • Best Playback Singer Female (Kannada): Ananya Bhat for ‘Hold on’ from Tagaru
  • Best Director (Kannada): Prashanth Neel
  • Best Actor in Negative Role: Dhananjaya for Tagaru
  • Best Debutant Director (Kannada): Mahesh Kumar for Ayogya
  • Best Actress in Supporting Role in Kannada (Female): Archana Jois for KGF