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RESULTS OF KARTIK RAJAGOPAL 28TH KODAI NATAKA VIZHA -2017
18 May, 2017

Best Actor

Gireesh Ayyapath - Uravodu Vilayadu - 1st prize

Sai Prasad – Vivahamalai.com - 2nd prize.


Best Actress

Roshini Mohan - Vivahamalai.com – 1st prize

Fathima Babu – Iraivan Kodutha Varam -2nd prize


Best Character Actor

P.T.Ramesh – Iraivan Kodutha Varam -1st prize

Kishore – Visaranam – 2nd prize


Best Character Actress

Sri Lakshmi – Manithan Enbavan… & Katrukku Ennaveli – 1st prize

Gouthami – Uravodu Vilayadu – 2nd prize

 

Best Story Writer

P.Muthukumaran – Vivahamalai.com - 1st prize

Poovai Mani – Uravodu Vilayadu - 2nd prize


Best Dialogues

Poovai Mani – Uravodu Vilayadu – 1st prize

P.Muthukumaran - Vivahamalai.com – 2nd prize


Best Director

Rajaram – Uravodu Vilayadu - 1st prize

P.Muthukumaran – Vivahamalai.com - 2nd prize

Satish Chandrasekar – Visaranam - Spl. Prize


Best Comedian

Karthik Bhatt – Yarukkum Vetkamillai - 1st prize

Sridhar – Ninaipathellam Nadanthuvittal - 2nd prize


Spl. Prize Actor

Ganapathi Shankar - Vivahamalai.com -1st prize

Raghavan – Manithan Enbavan… & Katrukku Ennaveli - 2ndt prize

Dinesh – Visaranam – Spl. Prize


Spl. Prize Actress

Uma Mohan – Vivahamalai.com - 1st prize

Usha Nandini – Uravodu Vilayadu - 2nd prize


Best Drama Prodn

VIVHAMALAI.COM – Mayurapriya Creations -1st prize

URAVODU VILAYADU – Kalaivani - 2nd prize

VISARANAM – Legally Yours – Spl. Prize


Best Child Artiste

Nithya Raj – Sathuranga Parvai -!st prize

Aashiq – Katrukku Ennaveli -2nd prize

 

Best Supporting Actor

V.P.S.Sriraman – Samudra -1st prize

Sabarish Menon – Samudra – 2nd prize


Best Lighting

Kalaivanan – Vivahamalai.com


Best Makeup

Perambur Kumar (Many Dramas)


Best Scene Company

Saidai Kumar & Shanmugam (Vivahamalai.com)


Best Background Music

Guha Prasath – (Vivahamalai.com & Uravodu Vilayadu)

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