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Glittering Debut: Filmfare Awards Assamese 2024 Shines in Guwahati

12 Mar,2024 03:51 PM, by: Super Admin
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The vibrant city of Guwahati witnessed the grand debut of the Filmfare Awards Assamese 2024, a celebration that marked a historic moment for Indian cinema in the region. The prestigious event, in association with the Jeewan Ram Mungi Devi Goenka Memorial Public Charitable Trust, unfolded at Taj Vivanta, showcasing the excellence and talent within the Assamese film industry.

Hosted by the dynamic duo of Kopil Bora and Aimee Baruah, the evening sparkled with dazzling red-carpet appearances, candid behind-the-scenes moments, and thrilling triumphs for the best in Assamese cinema.

 

Winners at the Filmfare Awards Assamese 2024:

 

Best Film:

Tora's Husband

Anur

 

Best Director:

Rima Das for "Tora’s Husband"

 

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Female):

Aimee Baruah for "Rongatapu 1982"

 

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male):

Abhijit Das for "Tora's Husband"

 

Best Story:

Anuradha Sarma Pujari for "Anur"

 

Best Screenplay:

Rima Das for "Tora’s Husband"

 

Best Dialogue:

Rima Das for "Tora’s Husband"

Monjul Baruah for "Anur"

 

Best Cinematography:

Pradip Daimary for "Raghav"

 

Best Editing:

Pratim Khaund for "Dr. Bezbaruah 2"

 

Best Production Design:

Jyoti Sangkar Bhattacharya and Dr. Akshata Narain for "Dr. Bezbaruah 2"

 

Best Lyrics:

Udhab Neog for "Mur Mon Ja Ghumati By - Eti Nakhyatra"

Pankaj Mazumdar for "Rode Daha Khandhaya Tora - Eti Nakhyatra"

 

Best Music Album:

Zubeen Garg for "The Slam Book"

 

Best Playback Singer (Female):

Mahalakshmi Iyer for "Silmil Tupanite - Raghav"

 

Best Playback Singer (Male):

Rupam Bhuyan for "Rode Daha Khandhaya Tora - Eti Nakhyatra"

 

Lifetime Achievement Award:

Shri Ramen Baruah

 

The Filmfare Awards Assamese 2024 concluded with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed upon Shri Ramen Baruah, recognizing his significant contributions to the Assamese film industry. The night, filled with glitz and glamour, affirmed the growing prominence of Assamese cinema on the national stage.

 

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author's. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of The Critical Script or its editor.

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