IIFA AWARDS 2022 TELECAST AND WATCH ONLINE Colors TV is the satellite partner for IIFA Awards 2022. Therefore, IIFA 2022 will telecasted on Colors TV. Although it has not been officially announced, it is likely that the award ceremony will be streamed live on the broadcasting channel from June 2-3.
The era of OTT has paved the way for easy-access to quality content, including shows, documentaries, comedy specials, and movies. Naturally, platforms like Netflix, Hotstar, and Amazon Prime have become a weekend mainstay for most. That said, with a large set of options come indecisiveness and hours of mindless scrolling.
For this week, we’re taking cues from the IIFA Awards. The award ceremony saw a monopoly of a few films over most of its categories – including Shershaah, Mimi, and 83 – but has enough variety in its kitty to keep us entertained for hours. Best part? Each of these can easily be streamed across major platforms. Grab your popcorn, we’re browsing through the winners of all the major categories for this year.
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This biographical war film tells the story of Vikram Batra, an officer of the Indian army who lost his life fighting the Pakistan army in the 1999 Kargil war. Most associated with him is his reference to the pop-culture victory signal, “ye dil maange more,” (this heart asks for more) from the iconic Pepsi commercial. Batra was awarded the Param Vir Chakra, the highest military honour for wartime valour.
Directed by Vishnu Vardhan, revered in Tamil cinema circles and features romance, drama, action, hair-raising background score, and some of the most iconic dialogues in cinema. Starring Siddharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani, this movie won a whopping six awards – the most at the ceremony – including Best Picture and Best Director.
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Directed by Shoojit Sircar, who also helmed Piku, this film is a biographical historical drama that looks into the life of Indian revolutionary Udham Singh who assassinated Michael O’Dwyer in London to avenge the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre, which led to the death of thousands of innocent people.
Starring Vicky Kaushal, who won the award for the Best Actor for his lead role in the film, Sardar Udham explores themes of patriotism and revenge, with an emotional music score composed by Shantanu Moitra, the name behind Parineeta. That, along with engaging non-linear editing, heart-wrenching writing, and brilliant acting performances make this one unmissable.
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IIFA Awards Winner List 2022
|Best Actor In A Leading Role||Vicky Kaushal, Sardar Udham|
|Best Actress In A Leading Role||Kriti Sanon, Mimi|
|Best Director||Vishnu Varadhan, Shershaah|
|Best Actor In A Supporting Role||Pankaj Tripathi, Ludo|
|Best Actress In A Supporting Role||Sai Tamhankar, Mimi|
|Best Debut Male||Ahan Shetty, Tadap|
|Best Debut Female||Sharvari Wagh, Bunty Aur Babli 2|
|Best Playback Singer Male||Jubin Nautiyal, Raatan Lambiyan, Shershaah|
|Best Playback Singer Female||Asees Kaur, Raatan Lambiyan, Shershaah|
|Best Music (Tie)||A R Rahman, Atrangi Re, and Tanishk Bagchi, Jasleen Royal, Javed-Mohsin, Vikram Montrose, B Praak, Jaani, Shershaah|
|Best Lyrics||Kausar Munir, Lehra Do, 83|
|Best Story Original||Anurag Basu, Ludo|
The 22nd edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards was held in Abu Dhabi on the first weekend of June 2022 with the IIFA Rocks event held on Friday, 3rd June, and the main awards night on Saturday, 4th June.
Vicky Kaushal and Kriti Sanon took home the Best Actor and Best Actress trophies for their performances in Sardar Udham and Mimi respectively. Meanwhile, Sardar Udham also emerged as the top winner at the IIFA Rocks 2022 ceremony with three awards in the technical categories, including cinematography and editing.
The annual ceremony that recognises the best technical talent in the Hindi film industry was held at the Etihad Arena, part of Yas Bay Waterfront on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
Here’s the complete list of winners
Best Picture – Shershaah
Best Director – Vishnu Varadhan, Shershaah
Best Actor In A Leading Role – Vicky Kaushal, Sardar Udham
Best Actress In A Leading Role – Kriti Sanon, Mimi
Best Actor In A Supporting Role – Pankaj Tripathi, Ludo
Best Actress In A Supporting Role – Sai Tamhankar, Mimi
Best Debut Male – Ahan Shetty, Tadap
Best Debut Female – Sharvari Wagh, Bunty Aur Babli 2
Best Playback Singer Male – Jubin Nautiyal, ‘Raatan Lambiyan’, Shershaah
Best Playback Singer Female – Asees Kaur, ‘Raatan Lambiyan’, Shershaah
Best Music (Tie) – AR Rahman, Atrangi Re, and Tanishk Bagchi, Jasleen Royal, Javed-Mohsin, Vikram Montrose, B Praak, Jaani, Shershaah
Best Lyrics – Kausar Munir, ‘Lehra Do’ (83)
Best Story Original – Anurag Basu, Ludo
Meanwhile, Shoojit Sircar-directed Sardar Udham took home the honours for best cinematography for Avik Mukhopadhayay, best editing for Chandrashekhar Prajapati and best special effects (Visuals) for NY VFXwaala, Edit FX Studios, Main Road Post Russia and Super8/ BOJP.
It was followed by Aanand L Rai’s Atrangi Re, starring Dhanush, Sara Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar, with two wins — best choreography for Chaka Chak (Vijay Ganguly) and background score for AR Rahman.
Other winners included Sidharth Malhotra-led Vikram Batra biopic Shershaah that bagged the best screenplay award for Sandeep Shrivastava.
Taapsee Pannu-starrer drama Thappad took the trophy for best dialogues for Anubhav Sinha and Mrunmayee Lagoo, whereas Ajay Devgn’s hit period action drama Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior was adjudged the winner of best sound design for Lochan Kanvinde.
Kabir Khan’s 83, a drama on the Indian cricket team’s 1983 World Cup win, won the best sound mixing award for Ajay Kumar PB and Manik Batra.
IIFA Rocks, which also hosts a musical evening, was hosted by director Farah Khan and actor-singer Aparshakti Khurrana, who had the audience constantly in splits with their gags and punchlines. Musicians Tanishk Bagchi, Neha Kakkar, Honey Singh, Guru Randhawa, Dhvani Bhanushali, Zahrah S Khan, Asees Kaur and Ash King enthralled the crowd at The Etihad Arena, which has a capacity of 18,000.
The evening saw several Bollywood stars in attendance like Salman Khan, Shahid Kapoor, Tiger Shroff and Ananya Panday among others.
Being held for the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the gala ceremony required mandatory RTPCR report and face masks at the entrance of the venue.
Designer duo Falguni & Shane Peacock presented their creations at the NEXA fashion show with actors Jacqueline Fernandez and Ananya as their showstoppers.
The main awards evening will be held on Saturday with Salman, Riteish Deshmukh and Maniesh Paul as hosts.
The IIFA Awards are being held in collaboration with the Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), and Miral.