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Mohanlal won his 5th National Award: Special Jury award for Mohanlal in 64th National Film Awards!

Mohanlal won his 5th National award: Special Jury award for Mohanlal in 64th national film awards!

Mohanlal won his 5th National award: Special Jury award for Mohanlal in 64th national film awards!

64th National Film awards have been announced and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar won the best actor award for his performance in the movie named Rustom. The Complete Actor Mohanlal won special jury award for his performances in movies like Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol, Pulimurugan and Telugu movies like Janatha Garage and Manamantha. This is Mohanlal’s 5th National Award. He earlier won 3 awards for acting and the fourth one as best producer.

Mollywood actress Surabhi had won the best actress award for her performance in Minnaminungu. This is the 5th national award for Mohanlal and his 4th national award in the category of acting. He had received the national award for the best producer as well years ago.

Best film award went to a Marathi movie named Kaasav and best Malayalam movie award went to Maheshinte Prathikaram directed by Dileesh Pothen. Best director award went to Rajesh Mapuskar for the movie named Ventilator and best screenwriter award was won by Shyam Pushkaran for Maheshinte Prathikaram.

Best cinematography award was won by Thiru for the Tamil movie named 24. Best supporting actress award was won by Saira Wasim for her performance in Dangal. Best Hindi film award went to Neerja and the best action choreography award was won by Peter Hein for Pulimurugan. Sonam Kapoor won the special jury mention for her performance in Neerja.

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