Tuesday, 27 December 2016

The Suki Awards- 2016

It's the year end and being a huge Tamil Movie buff, it was virtually impossible for not to end the year without writing a post to show some appreciation for the Tamil Films that was release in 2016. Thus here am I writing to you to present my very own award recognization  post.

Thus I call this post, The Suki Awards

Here is how it works. I have decided to award for only 5 category only with five nominations in each category. It is done taking into account films which I did watch only. Perhaps there might be a different worthy winner in your mind and the reason I did not acknowledge is highly likely I am yet to watch the film

*Award Ceremony Starts*

Hi, hello and welcome ladies and gentleman, boys and girls of all ages, welcome to the very 1st Suki Awards!!!!!!

Lets not waste much time get down to our first award category of the day. Presenting to you, The Best Song Of The Year Category. And the nominees are!:

Chal Maar from Devi
Kannai Vittu from Irumugam
Maya Nadhi from Kabali
Pona Usuru from Thodari
Thali Pogathey from Acham Yenbadu Madamayada

And the winner of the 2016 Suki Award for the best song of the year goes too............ Thali Pogathey From Acham Yenbadu  Madamayada!!!!!

In a year which produces so many memorable songs, it was Thali Pogathey that nicks the award just ahead of it's tight competition.

Next on the show, we are here to present The Best Supporting Actor Of The Year Award.

And the nominees for this category are

Bobby Simha as Jagan in Iraivi
Nagarjuna as Vikramadhitya in Thoza
Radhika Apte as Kumudhavalli in Kabali
Samuthirakani as Muthuvel in Visarnai
Vijay Sethupathi as Michael in Iraivi.

Winner of the prestigious Suki Award for the Best Supporting Character in 2016 goes to Vijay Sethupahti for his portrayal of Michael in Iraivi. 

In what was a close competition between Vijay Sethupahti and Samuthirakani, Vijay Sethupahti takes the award home due to his utter rawness acting in Iraivi

We are now in the middle of our award ceremony and here it is the 3rd award of the day, The Best Actress Category for 2016

And the nominees are

Anjali for her portrayal as Ponni in Iraivi
Manjima Mohan as Leela in Acham Yenbadu Madamayada
Nayanthara as Meera in Irumugam
Rithika Singh for her acting as Ezhil Madhi in Irudhu Sutru
And finally Tamanah for her performance in Devi as Devi & Ruby

The winner of the 2016 Suki Award for the Best Actress Category goes to!!!! Rithika Singh for her fighting performance in Irudhu Sutru.

It is not everyday you will see a lady play a boxing girl character with real aggression and passion. Her performance for the film can be liken to Hillary Swank performance in Million Dollar Baby.

With the ceremony heating up here comes the next big category of The Suki Award, The Best Film Of The Year.

The nominees of the 2016 Suki Award Best Film Of The Year are as follows

24 by Vikram Kumar
Iravi by Khartick Subburaj
Irudhu Sutru by  Sudha Kongara
Thoza by Vamsi Paidipally
and Visarnai by Vetrimaaran

The winner of the 2016 Suki Award for the best Movie of the year goes to Visarnai by Vetrimaaran.

It is by far one of the best film made in recent years in the Tamil Film Industry. This is a must watch film if you are yet to watch it.

Now coming down to the final award ceremony of the day. It is the prestigious and glamorous Best Actor Category

And the nominees are

Athakathi Dinesh  as Pandi Ravi for Visarnai
Madhavan as Prabhu Selvaraj  for Irudhu Sutru
Simbhu as Shiva for Idhu Namma Allu
Sivakarthikeyan as SK/Remo for Remo
And SJ Surya as Arul for Iraivi

The winner of the final award of the Suki Awards and the very first Best Actor Award winner goes to the one and only Athakathi Dinesh for his stunning performance in Visarnai as Pandi Ravi

It is the type of performance which will carry you deep into the film and make you feel every single plight of his character. Top class performance from an actor who still has very much to offer to this industry

And that's a wrap ladies and gentlemen of the very first Suki Awards. We truly hope you had you a great time in our award ceremony and feel free to give your feedback on our nomination and winners. We hope to have you back in 2017.

* The End*

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