Noted South Indian actress Sharada has been chosen to
receive the Andhra Pradesh Government's prestigious
NTR National Film Award for 2010.
committee of film personalities headed by noted producer
G Adiseshagiri Rao selected Sharada for the NTR award.
The actress, who has won National Award three times,
began her career in 1950s and went on to act in a number
of films in Telugu, Malayalam and other south Indian
panel also selected other prominent movie personalities
for different awards.Noted Telugu director B Narsing
Rao, known to have made some critically-acclaimed
films was chosen for the B N Reddy National Film Award
while producer A V M Saravanan won the Nagireddy-Chakrapani
National Film Award. The Raghupati Venkaiah Award
would be presented to senior actor, producer and director
Nageswara Rao, who produced award-winning films like
Sankarabharanam, would the recipient of the Special
awards will be presented by Andhra Pradesh chief minister
N Kiran Kumar Reddy on 23 March.