Finally the first award ceremony of Bollywood for the year 2011 has come to an end. The hard work of 2010 finally paid off, although we got to see many upsets regarding Bollywood.
Films like “Action Replay”, “Guzarish”, “Kites” and “Tees Maar Khan” were unexpected flops in Bollywood in year 2011. These were big budget films, but they still were not able to create magic at the box office while many small-budget films were able to amaze us with high quality of production.
Due to different upsets on the box office in Bollywood, people were hoping for something unexpected in “Star Screen Award 2011” as well. Interestingly everyone got entertained and nobody went home with a sad face. In fact, it seemed as if everybody was able to win the golden trophy.
Let’s have a look at the winners of “Star Screen awards 2011”.
Best film 2011
“Udaan” won best film which was very well deserved. It was a low-budget film with a strong script and no big names in the cast.
Best actor 2011
Indian Actor Salman Khan won his very first “Star Screen award” as “Best Male Lead 2011” for the film “Dabangg”.
Best actress 2011
Indian Actress Vidya Balan got “Best Actress Star Screen Award 2011” for her performance in “Ishqiya”.
Most popular actress 2011
Indian Actress Katreena Kaif won “Most Popular Actress Star Screen award 2011” for her performance in “Tees Maar Khan”.
Best performer 2011
Indian Actor Ajey Devgan won “Star Screen Award 2011” for his performance in “Golmaal 3”.
Most Popular actor 2011
Indian Actor Shahrukh Khan won the most popular actor “Star Screen Award 2011” for his performance in “My Name is Khan”.
Best director 2011
Indian Director Vikramaditya Motwane won “Star Screen Award 2011” for his directorial debut “Udaan”. Before this he had “Dev-D” on his credits as a screenwriter.
Best actor in a negative role 2011
Indian Actor Ronit Roy won this very well deserved “Star Screen Award 2011” for his amazing performance in “Udaan”.
Best child artiste 2011
Ayaan Barodia won “Best Child Artist Star Screen Award 2011” for his performance in “Udaan”.