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"Ennu Ninte Moideen", "Pathemari" win at at Filmfare Awards South

Ennu Ninte Moideen, Pathemari win at at Filmfare Awards South

Hyderabad: R.S. Vimal-directed biographical romantic drama "Ennu Ninte Moideen" bagged seven awards including Best Director in Malayalam for the year 2015 at the star-studded 63rd Filmfare Awards southern edition.

Mammootty-starrer "Pathemari" bagged two awards including Best Film and Best Actor (Male).

Critically acclaimed "Premam" fetched Vijay Yesudas Best Playback Singer (Male) award for the song "Malare Ninne".

Prithviraj Sukumaran-starrer "Ennu Ninte Moideen" earned its leading lady Parvathy Best Actor (Female) award, apart from Best Supporting Actor male and female for Tovino Thomas and Lena.

M. Jayachandran won the Best Music Director Award.

Rafeeq Ahmed and Shreya Ghoshal won the Best Lyricist and Best Playback Singer (Female) awards respectively for the song "Kathirunnu" from "Ennu Ninte Moideen".

The best talents across the four southern industries -- Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada -- were felicitated by Filmfare here on Saturday.

Mahesh Babu won the Best Actor for Telugu drama "Srimanthudu", while Nayanthara bagged the Best Actress trophy for her performance in Tamil action-comedy "Naanum Rowdydhaan".

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