69th National Film Awards: Suriya's heartfelt wishes to Allu Arjun and Madhavan on their big wins, a special mention about Kadaisi Vivasayi

69th national film awards suriya wishes allu arjun and madhavan special mention about kadaisi vivasayi - Tamil Movie Cinema News

The 69th National Film Awards were announced on Thursday, August 24, and witnessed several big names from the Tamil film industry, South India and Indian cinema emerge as winners. Among the biggest wins were for leading Telugu actor Allu Arjun who bagged the Best Actor National Award for his powerful performance in Pushpa: The Rise - Part 1, followed by Alia Bhatt and Kriti Sanon sharing the Best Actress award for their roles in Gangubai Kathiawadi and Mimi, respectively. Likewise, R. Madhavan's Rocketry: The Nambi Effect won the Best Feature Film award, followed by S. S. Rajamouli's RRR emerging triumphant winning a remarkable six awards, while Tamil filmmaker M. Manikandan's Kadaisi Vivasayi bagged two wins for the Best Tamil film and a Special Mention for the late Nallandi, with Telugu composer Devi Sri Prasad announced as the Best Music Director for his work on Pushpa: The Rise - Part 1

In that light, leading Tamil actor-producer Suriya, who himself won the Best Actor award at the 68th National Film Awards in 2022 for his performance in Soorarai Pottru (2020), extended his heartfelt wishes by taking to social media in the evening shortly after the winners' list was announced. Conveying his congratulations to all the winners across all the states, he also shared a special mention for Kadaisi Vivasayi, music director M. M. Keeravani and choreographer Prem Rakshith for their work in RRR, followed by R. Parthiban's Iravin Nizhal, which won Shreya Ghoshal the Best Female Playback Singer honor for the song 'Maayava Chaayavaa', and leading Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt for the Best Actress award for her intense performance in Gangubai Kathiawadi

Suriya, who made a guest appearance in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, penned special words for his buddy and actor-filmmaker R. Madhavan, congratulating him for coming out on top with his directorial vision. Having previously collaborated with Madhavan in Aaytha Ezhuthu (2004), Suriya wrote on X, "Big congratulations to Team #RocketryTheNambiEffect & special congrats to my brother @ActorMadhavan your directorial vision and dedicated hardwork has fetched the film this recognition at #69thNationalFilmAwards Rock On Maddy!" (sic)

Continuing with his praise, Suriya went on to shower appreciation on Allu Arjun for becoming the first Telugu actor to win the National Award for his role in Pushpa: The Rise - Part 1, while also congratulating the film's composer Devi Sri Prasad for his work on the film's songs. He wrote, "Mighty congratulations to dear @alluarjun you’ve made history for the Telugu Film Industry with your Best Actor win at #69thNationalFilmAwards #Pushpa So happy for @ThisIsDSP this a well-deserved recognition!!! Shine on dear DSP!" (sic)