Shakti wins five awards at Dabur-sponsored Colors' event, telecast soon

MUMBAI: Colors celebrated the 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards in a star-studded event. As the entire Colors family came together to toast the best performers, the power was put in the hands of the viewers to select their all-round favorites.

The show on a transgender?s struggle for her identity, Shakti?Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii bagged five awards at the 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards. Viewers will get a chance to witness the magnificence of the 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards later this month on Colors.

Commenting on the 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards,Colors CEO Raj Nayak said, ?There is no greater joy than celebrating a year filled with many achievements and milestones. The 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards commemorates a year where we have witnessed a plethora of big-ticket launches like Naagin, Shakti, Karmphal Data Shani, Swabhimaan, Dil Se Dil Tak, 24, Bigg Boss and Rising Star which have become frontrunners on the Indian television.

The awards recognise the efforts of every show?s cast and production team, and serves as a motivator urging them to continue to put their best foot forward every day to deliver pathbreaking entertainment. It is, afterall, their contribution that makes Colors one of India?s favourite Hindi General Entertainment channel! We would also like to thank our Presenting Sponsor Dabur Glucose D for extending their support to this grand endeavour.?

Viewers were transported to a 'Snow Wonderland' at the event. With the theme being straight out of a fairy tale, the evening was a visual extravaganza that saw Bollywood and TV biggies such as Jacqueline Fernandez, Malaika Arora, Diljit Dosanjh, Mouni Roy, Rubina Dilaik, Juhi Parmar, Ssharad Malhotra, Salil Ankola, Sidharth Shukla, Jasmin Bhasin, Mohan Kapur, Adaa Khan, Sudha Chandran, Roshni Sahota, Helly Shah, Jigyasa Singh and many more walk the red carpet in their resplendent avatars.

Colors programming head Manisha Sharma said, ?What better way to beat the intense summer heat than with a thrilling and spectacular event themed around Snow and Wonderland?! The 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards will be a treat for the viewers? sitting at home. Be it jaw-dropping performances by our leads, adrenalin rush inducing acts, perfectly timed comic moments or a volley of well-deserved awards, this evening had all the makings of a blockbuster. We are overjoyed by the response we have received from the entertainment fraternity. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our viewers for their support.?

The performances at the awards witnessed some of the viewers? favorite television stars showcasing exhilarating acts which combined graphics and technology to create a high-tech 7D experience.

The evening was hosted by comical geniuses Farah Khan and Karan Johar, who were joined by Raghav Juyal and Rubina Dilaik. Bharti Singh and Manish Paul enthralled the audience with their impeccable comic timing not missing a single opportunity to poke fun at Karan Johar?s new dad status.

A night filled with a gamut of emotions, the Awards honoured actors and top-notch technically-sound experts from the fiction as well as the non-fiction genres for their incomparable contribution which has made Colors one of the most loved Hindi GECs on television. Winners for the evening include:



Favourite Jodi

Sidharth Shukla (Parth) and Rashmi Desai (Shorvori) for Dil Se Dil Tak

Kratika Sengar (Tanuja) and Ssharad Malhotra (Rishi) for Kasam?Tere Pyaar Ki


Best Debut

Meera Deosthale (Chakor) for Udann


Best Actor

Vivian Dsena (Harman) for Shakti?Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii


Best Actress

Mouni Roy (Shivangi) for Naagin 2


Best Show (Fiction)

Karmphal Data Shani


Best Entertainment Series (Non-Fiction)

Bigg Boss


Best Actor in a Negative Role

Karuna Pandey (Kusum Sundari) for Devanshi

Monica Khanna (Shraddha Pandey) for Thapki?Pyaar Ki


Best Supporting Actress

Prachee Shah Pandya (Sharda) for Ek Shringaar?Swabhimaan


Best Comic in a Fiction Series

Pooja (Suman) and Resham (Preeti) for Thapki?Pyaar Ki


Favourite Child Artist

Kartikey Malviye (Shani) for Karmphal Data Shani


Best Personality (Female)

Rubina Dilaik (Saumya) for Shakti?Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii


Powerpacked Performer

Jasmin Bhasin (Teni) for Dil Se Dil Tak


Successfully Long-Running Show



Best Innovation in a TV Series (Fiction)

Shakti?Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii


Best Innovation in a TV Series (Non-Fiction)

Rising Star


Best Host

Maniesh Paul for Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa


Best Judge

Karan Johar


Best Parivaar

Chauhan family (Ek Shringaar? Swabhimaan)


Best Comedian

Bharti Singh



Best Editor

Vicky Sharma (Naagin 2)


Best Music

Divya (Karmphal Data Shani)


Best Cinematographer (Fiction)

Sunil Kotian (Dil Se Dil Tak)


Best Director (Fiction)

Vikram (Ek Shringar? Swabhimaan)


Best Story

Shanti Bhushan and Rashmi Sharma (Shakti?Astitva Ke Eshaas Ki)


Best Screenplay

Bohnlishikha Das (Udaan)


Best Special Effects

Karmphal Data Shani


Best Dialogue

Girish Dharija (Devanshi)


Best Cinematographer (Non-Fiction)

Sukhwinder (Rising Star)


Best Director (Non-Fiction)

Huzaifa (Rising Star)

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