Actress Revathy is still on cloud nine, as her short film 'Red Building Where The Sun Sets', that shows how fights between parents affect children, won a National Award recently. But the actress also feel that India doesn't make too many films for children. This is the third time Revathy is receiving the prestigious awards, she has earlier won the best supporting actress for Thevar Magan in 1992 and best feature film in English for Mitr, My Friend in 2002.

She also added that winning National award is a special feeling. "I think it is a very special feeling. The best thing about these awards is that this is the only award which is awarded to Indian films all over the country. There are people who call certain awards as Indian when it is just Hindi film awards. We need to stop that. I feel this (national award) is the only Indian film award, where you get to watch best filmmakers from all over India," she said.