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Celebrities at Jagran Film Festival closing ceremony

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Legendary Bollywood actor Manoj Kumar was conferred with the Lifetime Achievement award while industry veteran Sridevi bagged the Best Actress honour at the closing ceremony of the 4th Jagran Film Festival in Mumbai.

The special jury award was presented to 'Vishwaroopam' for raising the bar of mainstream Indian cinema to international level.

The award for the Best Director and Film was given to Abhishek Kapoor for 'Kai Po Che'. Best actress award was given to Sridevi for her comeback film 'English Vinglish'. The Best Actor award was shared by Farhan Akhtar ('Bhaag Milkha Bhaag') and Ranbir Kapoor ('Barfi').

The Best Debut Director award was given to Anand Gandhi for 'Ship of Theseus'.

The Best Screenplay Award was given to Juhi Chaturvedi for 'Vicky Donor'; Best Cinematography to Pankaj Kumar for 'Ship of Thesus'; Best Editing was presented to Mahesh Narayan for 'Vishwaroopam'; Best Background Score was given to Hitesh Sonik for 'Kai Po Che'.

While Best Singer (female) was presented to Aditi Singh Sharma for 'Heroine', the Best Singer (male) award was given to Ayushmann Khurrana for 'Vicky Donor'. Pritam got the Best music director award for 'Barfi'.

Eminent personalities including Kamal Hassan, Kangana Ranaut, Tusshar Kapoor, Nimrat Kaur, Prateik Babbar, Divya Dutta, Manish Paul, Resul Pookutty, Sudhir Mishra, Abhishek Kapoor, Chunky Pandey, Ravi Kishan and others were part of the glittering ceremony last evening with Huma Qureshi and Kunal Kapoor welcoming the guests.

The six-day festival kicked off last week at the Fun Republic Cinema in Andheri and commenced with the exhibition of an international cinematic project 'Water' and followed with many other screenings.

Text: PTI