Telugu Cinema Dominates 69th National Awards, Setting New Records Across Categories!

Telugu Cinema Dominates 69th National Awards, Setting New Records Across Categories!

The 69th National Awards have recently been announced, and the Telugu film industry, also known as Tollywood, has made a remarkable impact. Telugu films have dominated the awards, showcasing the immense talent and creativity of the industry. One of the highlights of the awards was the recognition of Icon Star Allu Arjun as the Best Actor (Male) for his outstanding performance in the film Pushpa.


Among the winners, the film RRR stood out as it won the prestigious award for Best Film (Wholesome Entertainment). The audience was captivated by this epic film, which showcased the brilliance of storytelling and filmmaking. The soundtrack of Pushpa, composed by DSP, and the music of RRR, composed by Keeravani, were both acknowledged with the award for Best Music Director. The soulful rendition of “Komurambheemudo” by Kaala Bhairava earned him the Best Playback Singer (Male) award.

The power of words was celebrated with the award for Best Lyrics, which went to the song “Kondapolam” from the film Dham Dham Dham. This song resonated deeply with the audience, thanks to its beautiful and meaningful lyrics. Another Telugu film that received recognition was Uppena, which won the award for Best Telugu Feature Film.

The technical aspects of filmmaking were also acknowledged, with RRR winning the award for Best Action Choreography. The intense and thrilling action sequences in the film left a lasting impact on the audience. Prem Rakshith RRR was honored with the Best Choreography award for his exceptional work in the song “Naatu Naatu.” The visual effects in RRR won the award for Best Special Effects.

Apart from the dominance of Telugu films, the awards also recognized talent from other film industries. Alia Bhatt and Kriti Sanon shared the award for Best Actress, with Alia winning for her remarkable performance in Gangubai Kathiawadi, and Kriti receiving recognition for her outstanding work in Mimi. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, a film based on the life of scientist Nambi Narayanan, won the award for Best Feature Film.

The 69th National Awards have showcased the incredible talent and diversity of Indian cinema. The recognition of Telugu films and artists highlights their contribution to the industry and their ability to captivate audiences with their storytelling. Congratulations to all the winners for their exceptional work and contribution to the world of cinema.