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Black shines bright on big night

The eighth edition of the Anandalok Purashkar on Tuesday evening saw a packed Science City auditorium clapping and cheering the hordes of cine-stars who came together to celebrate the best of both Bengali and Hindi cinema. Rani Mukherjee was the showstopper of the evening as she bagged the Best Actress award in the Bollywood segment. While Isha Sharvani's Ganesh vandana kickstarted the event and Sonu Nigam's power-packed song medley ended the show, Shreya Ghoshal's chartbusters were a hit. Babul Supriyo was the host for the evening. Pictures by Rashbehari das and Aranya sen

Her stay might have been brief but it was enough for the Science City crowds to go, “Rani, Rani...”
Shreya Ghoshal belted out everything from Piyu bole to Jadu hai, nasha hai
Isha Sharvani performed under the choreography of mother Daksha Sheth in a sequence inspired by the Thayyam form
Winners both, Jeet and Rituparna Sengupta set the dance floor on fire at the party that followed the awards at the Sunderbans in ITC Sonar Bangla
Sonu sang his chartbusters from Lucky, Main Hoon Na and Chocolate
It was a twin win for Rituparno Ghosh as he called his leading lady Roopa Ganguly on stage to share the Best Film award for Antarmahal

fairever winners all

Best TV Serial — Bohnishikha
Best Telefilm — Palatak
Best Makeover — Sudipta Chakraborty
Best Actress (Mega serial) — Indrani Halder (Bohnishikha)
Best Actor (Mega serial) — Saswata Chattopadhyay (Ekdin Pratidin)
Best Playback Singer Female — Shreya Ghoshal
Best Playback Singer Male — Sonu Nigam
Best Glamour Queen — Rituparna Sengupta
Best Film — Antarmahal
Best Director — Rituparna Ghosh (Antarmahal)
Best Actress (Film) — Debasree Roy (Teesta)
Best Actor (Film) —Jeet (Manik)
Best Actress (Bollywood) —Rani Mukherjee
Best Actor (Bollywood) — Abhishek Bachchan
Best Film (Bollywood) — Black

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