Ayushmann Khurrana, Vicky Kaushal bag National Film Award for best actor

Bollywood stars Ayushmann
Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal
have jointly bagged the
National Film Award for best
actor for their roles in
Andhadhun and Uri. Gujarati
movie Hellaro has been
awarded the best feature
film

Aditya Dhar won the Best
Director award for his debut
Uri: The Surgical Strike while
Andhadhun also won awards
for best Hindi film and best
adapted screenplay.

Actor Keerthy Suresh won the
best actress award for her
portrayal of yesteryear star
Savitri in Telugu film
Mahanati. Badhaai Ho, about
a family dealing with a late
pregnancy, was adjudged the
best popular film providing
wholesome entertainment
and veteran actor Surekha
Sikri bagged the best
supporting actress for her
role of cantankerous
matriarch.

Akshay Kumar-starrer
Padman was named the best
film on social issues. Sanjay
Leela Bhansali’s Padmavaat
bagged best choreography
for Ghoomer and the best
music director award for
Bhansali. Arijit Singh has
been awarded the best male
playback singer.

Singer-lyricist Swanand
Kirkire won the best
supporting actor award for
Marathi film Chumbak. The
awards were announced by
jury head Rahul Rawail