Zee Cine Awards unveils technical category winners

MUMBAI: The Zee Cine Awards now in their seventh year has announced the winners for the technical category


The technical category winners comprises of the best of talented effort that went in the making of blockbuster Hindi movies of 2003 like Koi Mil Gaya, Bhoot, Baghbaan and Munna Bhai MBBS.

A company release informs that the jury comprised of members of the Indian Cinema fraternity like scriptwriter Sanjay Daima, film maker Rahul Rawail. Speaking on the citations Zee Cinema business head and Zee Network special projects director Yogesh Radhakrishnan said, "It is a pleasure to declare the winners in the technical category for Zee Cine Awards 2004. These winners have been adjudged by a panel of esteemed juries who have identified them on the basis of the talent showcased in their capacity. These winners will be felicitated in Dubai at the grandiest event ever held in the history of Indian Cinema."

The awards in Dubai will take place on 26 February 2004 before an audience of over 8,000 people from across the globe. This will be the first time an Indian cinema awards event has ever been staged outside India.

The technical winners are as follows:

Category    Winner    Movie

Special Effects    Digital Art Media    Koi.. Mil Gaya

Choreography    Ganesh Hegde    Song: Its Magic from the same movie

Dialogue    Abbas Tyrewala    Munnabhai MBBS

Cinematography    Binod Pradhan    Munnabhai MBBS

Re-Recording    Kuldeep Sood    Baghban

Audiography    Dwarak Warrier    Bhoot

Editing    Shimit Amin    Bhoot

Action    Allan Amin    Qayamat

Background Score    Vicky Goswami    Tere Naam

Costume Designer    Muneesh Sappel    Pinjar

Story    Amrita Pritam    Pinjar

Art Direction    Muneesh Sappel    Pinjar

Screenplay    Tigmanshu Dhulia    Haasil

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