Akshay Kumar has lashed out at critics of his National Award for Best Actor. 'Take it back if you want,' he told the press in Mumbai on Monday
"Fact that Aamir Khan, the greatest film maker of India, does not attend any award events including National Awards, speaks about those events," RGV tweeted on Sunday
Zaira Wasim, who played the junior version of wrestler Geeta Phogat in Aamir Khan's Dangal, said, "I am extremely happy. I would like to thank the jury for conferring on me this honour"
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In 1996, Aamir lost the Filmfare Best Actor award to SRK, who won for playing the male lead in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. Aamir, who stopped attending award shows since then thinking his performance was better suited for the award, was nominated for starring as Munna in Rangeela
Farhan didn't affirm, but he certainly didn't refute the request of a sequel either.
Thithi, which refers to a traditional death ceremony, won the National Award for Best Kannada Film this year. Directed by Raam Reddy, it stars a mostly unknown cast
"It is sweet of people to say that. I think there are a lot of other people who deserve the National Award than me. I appreciate that. People have loved the film, watched it three four times. That is the National Award for me," Salman said
"It touches your heart and I loved this film a lot," said Aamir Khan
Rajkummar Rao's work has helped him find a foothold in filmdom and the actor, who even won the prestigious National Award, says his competition is with himself, and not with the reigning Khans of Bollywood.