Female Blockbuster Award Winners

Female Blockbuster Award Winners
Female Blockbuster Award Winners

Female Blockbuster Award Winners: The winners of the National Film Awards 2019 were revealed on Monday. Here is the complete list of who received prizes for best actor, best actress, and best film: – After winning Favorite CD (No Strings Attached), Favorite Single (“Bye, Bye, Bye”), and Favorite Pop Group at the seventh annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards on Tuesday night (April 10) in Los Angeles’s Shrine Auditorium, NSync was named the greatest musical act of the evening.

Favorite Female Artist went to Christina Aguilera, Favorite Male Artist went to Eminem, and Favorite Group of the Year went to Destiny’s Child. The major music categories, on the other hand, were mostly split, with Eminem taking Favorite Male Artist and Christina Aguilera taking Favorite Female Artist. Pink and Nelly have been voted the most popular new artists.

Charlie’s Angels took home the most movie-related awards, claiming three in total (plus one for cast member Lucy Liu in Shanghai Noon). After her surprising Oscar loss for her performance in Almost Famous, Kate Hudson’s success as a Favorite Female Newcomer drew the greatest plaudits for her performance as a Favorite Female Newcomer.

Female Blockbuster Award Winners
Female Blockbuster Award Winners

She shone as much as her glittery black dress, which made up for her shabby Oscar outfits. “I love creating movies, and Cameron Crowe offered me the chance to create a very amazing one,” remarked Hudson, whose face radiated as much as her shabby Oscar outfits.

Sandra Bullock was the evening’s most endearing performer, delivering a long but really pleasant speech when receiving her award for Favorite Comedy Actress of the Year. Among those praised by the Miss Congeniality actress were “the folks who created the tweezer,” “the people who invented support pantyhose,” and “the person who invented the Wonderbra.”

However, don’t expect Eminem to receive his prize during the live broadcast of the ceremony on Wednesday (April 11) night. After escaping a prison term on Tuesday, the rapper was a no-show, and Blockbuster only recorded the categories in which the winners bothered to show up for the taping.

It was a backstage chat with Charlie’s Angels actress Drew Barrymore that was shown live on television that provided the most thrilling moment of the night. The most exciting moment of the night didn’t even include the opening of an envelope. The actress confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that she and Tom Green are definitely engaged. On camera, Barrymore said, “He is not pulling your leg; he and I are happily married.” As she proceeded, she alluded to her two other Angels by saying, “We were all there.” Barrymore said that the wedding took place “just a few weeks ago” and that the pair is now “on our honeymoon.”

Green was also in attendance, and he used his time to introduce a sore-throated Creed rendition of “Higher,” during which he tossed raw fruit and vegetables into the audience for whatever reason. “Stutter,” performed by Joe featuring Mystikal, “Fall from Grace,” performed by Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow, and “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” performed by LeAnn Rimes from the soundtrack of Coyote Ugly, which won the Best Song from a Motion Picture Award for Favorite Song from a Movie.

Female Blockbuster Award Winners
Female Blockbuster Award Winners
  • Chhichore has won the National Film Award for the best Hindi-language film.

-National Film Award for best actress – Kangana Ranaut receives the National Film Award for best actress for her roles in Manikarnika and Panga.

-National Film Award for best actor – Manoj Bajpayee and Dhanush share the best actor National Film Award for their roles in the films Bhonsle and Asuran.

“Super Deluxe” actor “Vijaya Sethupathi” receives the award for best supporting actor for his performance in the film (Tamil)

“The Tashkent Files” actress “Pallavi Joshi” wins the award for best-supporting actress for her performance in the film” (Hindi)

In the category of best female playback vocalist, the prize goes to ‘Savani Ravindra’ for the song ‘Raan Petala’ from the film ‘Bardo,’ which she sang (Marathi)

-The prize for the best male playback vocalist goes to B Praak for the song ‘Teri Mitti’ from the film ‘Kesari,’ which he sang in the film (Hindi)

Sir David Attenborough’s Wild Karnataka is the best narration in this category (English)

In the category of Best Music Direction, Bishalkhjyoti, and Kranti Darshi Guruji were recognized as being “ahead of their time” (Hindi)

In the category of “Best Film on Family Values,” Oru Paathiraa Swapnam Pole won (Malayalam)

  • The Indira Gandhi Award for best first feature film goes to Mathukutty Xavier’s ‘Helen’ (Malayalam), which was directed by Mathukutty.

In addition to winning the National Film Award for best feature film, the Malayalam film “Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham” also received the National Film Award for best short film.