69th National Film Awards 2023: Alia Bhatt and Waheeda Rehman Win Best Actress

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“69th National Film Awards 2023: Alia Bhatt and Waheeda Rehman Shine, Kriti Sanon Win Best Actress”


On Tuesday, 17th October, many celebrities were honoured with the prestigious award in their respective fields. This award has been distributed by the hands of the honourable President of India, Droupadi Murmu. In the 69th National Awards Ceremony 2023 many big celebrities appeared and received awards for their stunning performances in their fields. However, the centre of attraction of this ceremony was Alia Bhatt and Waheeda Rehman. This award ceremony was conducted in Delhi’s Vigyan Bhavan. All the beautiful actresses were looking graceful in their Indian attire but most of the eyes were on Alia Bhatt who dolled up in her wedding saree. 


Apart from the 69th National Film Award 2023, Alia Bhatt’s wedding saree is trending on social media and people are talking about her beauty and how gracefully she carried her wedding saree. Another talk of the town was the veteran actress Waheeda Rehman who received the prestigious award “Dadasaheb Phalke Lifetime Achievement Award” for giving 50 years to Hindi Cinema. In this prestigious 69th National Film Award 2023 many celebrities took part including an actor from the South Entertainment Industry. The winners of this year’s National Film Awards 2023 include Kriti Sanon and Alia Bhatt who jointly bagged awards in the category of Best Actress for their respective movies.


In the 69th National Film Awards 2023, actor Allu Arjun became the first Telugu actor who received this honour. Well, this award ceremony has created a buzz on social media and many people are getting keen to know the winners of this prestigious award. Well, for our readers we are here sharing the list of the “National Awards 2023 Winners List”. Continue to read the winner list. 


Category – Awarded


  • Best Actor- Allu Arjun for the film “Pushpa”
  • Best Feature Film- “Rocketry”
  • Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film On National Integration- “The Kashmir Files”
  • Best Child Artist- This award goes to Bhavin Rabari for “Chhello Show”
  • Best Director- Nikhil Mahajan for the film “Godavari”
  • Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment- “RRR”
  • Best Supporting Actress- Pallavi Joshi for “The Kashmir Files”
  • Best Actress- Kirti Sanon for “Mimi” Movie, Alia Bhatt for “Gangubai Kathiawadi”
  • Best Hindi Film- “Sardar Udham”
  • Best Supporting Actor- Pankaj Tripathi for “Mimi” Movie
  • Best Kannada Film- “Charlie 777”
  • Best Music Director (Songs): Devi Sri Prasad for the film “Pushpa”
  • Best Lyrics- Chandrabose, Konda Polam’s “Dham Dham Dham”
  • Best Music Direction (Background Music)- MM Keeravaani for “RRR”
  • Best Female Playback Singer- Shreya Ghosal for the film “Iravin Nizhal”
  • Best Dialouge Writer- Utkarshini Vashishtha & Prakash Kapadia for the film “Gangubai Kathiawadi”
  • Best Male Playback Singer- Kaala Bhairava for the film “RRR”
  • Best Screenplay (Original)- Shahi Kabir for “Nayattu”
  • Best Maithili Film- Samantar
  • Best Screenplay (Adapted)- Sanjay Leela Bhansali & Utkarshini Vashishtha for “Gangubai Kathiawadi”
  • Best Gujarati Film- Chhellow Show
  • Best Telugu Film- Samantar
  • Best Malayalam Film- Home
  • Best Tamil Film- Kadaisi Vivasayi
  • Best Audiography (Sound Designer)- Aneesh Basu for “Jhilli”
  • Best Cinematography- Avik Mukhopadhyay for “Sardar Udham” 
  • Best Audiography (Re-recordist of the final mixed track)- Sinoy Joseph for “Sardar Udham”


Apart from the above mentioned list, there were other categories as well which have been honoured for their roles in creating the best films in the Entertainment Industry. Moreover, in the closing speech of President Droupadi Murmu at the 69th National Award Ceremony, she congratulated the veteran actress Waheeda Rehman for her achievement and for bagging the notable “Dadasaheb Phalka Award”. During her speech, the President of India also talked about the achievement of women in the 69th National Award. She further added how movies have become the bridge between integrity and shaping the way of telling stories to inspire people rather than telling baseless stories.

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