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Here are the winners of The Indian Telly Awards!

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Mumbai 20 March 2019: When indiantelevision.com’s The Indian Telly Awards are held, the stars come out in style and in numbers. The glittering gala was held on 20 March 2019 in Mumbai and the presence of almost every known television star clearly demonstrated why indiantelevision.com’s  The Indian Telly  Awards are referred to as Indian television’s biggest and most entertaining awards.

 The awards have been conceptualized and created by Mr. Anil Wanvari, the founder and CEO of IndianTelevision.com.Says Wanvari: “We are delighted with the support that the entire actor, producer, director and support technical crew gave to indiantelevision.com’s The Indian Telly Awards in its 15 edition. The awards gala was successful becaue of the unprecedented presence of so many stars. The awards are for them,  and decided by them – and we look forward to their continued participation in our future endeavors. We are pleased that the awards show trended at No 2 on Twitter nationally.”

Indiantelevision.com aired the awards ceremony differently this year. It partnered with Zee Entertainment Enterprises’s Zee5 OTT platform to stream the entire evening live which was hosted by the extremely engaging and fun-loving TV star quartet of Nakuul Mehta, Karan Tacker, Meiyang Chang, and Gunjan Utreja. Moreover, charming actor and presenter Jay Soni hosted the red carpet and curtain raiser.

The awards night kicked off with celebrities thronging the ceremony in their most glamourous avatars. The event was graced by the who’s who of the television industry, including Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya, Parth Samthaan, Erica Fernandes, Vikas Gupta, Hina Khan, Anita Hassanandani, Mohit Malik, Hunar Hali, Jennifer Winget, Aditya Chopda, Dheeraj Dhoopar, Shradha Arya, and many others.

The four stellar hosts entertained the audience with their sizzling bromance, spontaneous humour, and goofiness. Their infectious energy and hilarious one-liners won the hearts of all present. So much so that close to 400 stars and their colleagues the venue way past midnight when the awards ceremony concluded with more than 57 awards, including jury, fans choice and TellyChakkar.com Editor’s Choice statuettes being given away to the most deserving of performers on screen in calendar year 2018. All in all, it was a night to remember!
Here’s the full list of winners across the 57 categories of the awards.

Best Child Artist Boy (Jury) Krish Parekh (Tenali Rama)

Best Child Artist Girl (Jury) Aakriti Sharma (Kulfi Kumar Bajewala)

Anchor in a Reality Show (Jury) Maniesh Paul (Indian Idol Season 10)

Talk Show Host (Jury) Karan Johar (Koffee With Karan Season 6)

Actor in a Comic Role - Male (Jury) Rohitashv Gour (Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai!)

Actor in a Comic Role - Female (Jury) Shubhangi Atre (Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai!)

Actor in a Supporting Role - Male (Jury) Varun Badola (Internat Wala Love)

Actor in a Supporting Role - Female (Jury) Poorva Gokhale (Tujhse Hai Raabta)

Actor in a Supporting Role (Comedy) - Male (Jury) Yogesh Tripathi (Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai!)

Actor in  a Negative Role  - Male (Jury) Mukul Dev (21 Sarfarosh Saragarhi 1897)

Actor in  a Negative Role - Female (Jury) Hina Khan (Kasautii Zindagii Kay )

Fresh New Face - Female (Jury) Aakriti Sharma (Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala)

Actor in a lead Role - Male (Jury) Mohit Raina (21 Sarfarosh Saragarhi 1897)

Actor in a lead Role - Female (Jury) Divyanka Tripathi (Yeh Hai Mohabbatein)

Best Ensemble (Fiction) (Jury) Taarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah  (Sony Sab)

Best Jodi (Jury) Sumedh Mudgalkar & Mallika Singh (Radha Krishn)

Best Show for Kids (Fiction) (Jury) Little Singham (Discovery Kids)

Best Series (Episodic) (Jury) Breaking Point: High Altitude Warfare School (Discovery)

Best Program with a Social Message (Jury) Moonbound (Discovery)

Best Daily Series (Jury) Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala (Star Plus)

Best Weekender Show (Jury) India's Got Talent Season 8 (Colors TV)

Best Continuing TV Programme (Jury) Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai (Star Plus)

Best Drama Series (weekly, daily, bi-weekly) (Jury) Patiala Babes (Sony TV)

Best Thriller- Horror Programme (Jury) Kaun Hai (Colors TV)

Best Sitcom Comedy Programme (Fiction) (Jury) Taarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah (Sony Sab)

Best Sitcom Comedy Programme (Non - Fiction) (Jury) Entertainment Ki Raat (Colors TV)

Best Reality Show (Jury) India's Citizen Squad (Discovery)

Dance Talent Show (Jury) Super Dancer Season 3 (Sony TV)

Singing Talent Show (Jury) Indian Idol Season 10 (Sony TV)

Mythological/ Historical Series (Jury) Radha Krishn (Star Bharat)

Youth Show  (Jury) Troll Police (MTV)

Best Animated Kids Show (Jury) Super Bheem - Babalok Mein Hulchul (Pogo TV)

Best Indian Original Format (Non Fiction/Reality) (Jury) India's Citizen Squad (Discovery)

Fans Choice Awards

Actor in a lead Role - Male (Fan's Choice) Nakuul Mehta

Actor in a lead Role- Female (Fan's Choice) Jennifer Winget

Best Jodi (Fan's Choice) Erica Fernandes & Parth Samthaan

Actor in a Supporting Role - Male  (Fan's Choice) Kunal Jaisingh

Actor in a Supporting Role - Female  (Fan's Choice)  Anita Hassanandani

Actor in  a Negative Role - Male  (Fan's Choice) Rajesh Khattar

Actor in  a Negative Role - Female  (Fan's Choice) Hina Khan

Best Show (Fan's Choice) Kumkum Bhagya

Actor in a Comic role - Male  (Fan's Choice) Dilip Joshi

Actor in a Comic role - Female  (Fan's Choice) Hiba Nawab

Special Awards

Gary Bhinder Award (Special Award) Amit Sharma for Badhai Ho

Hall of Fame Award (Special Award) Asit Modi - Neela Telefilms

Next Gen Award (Special Award) Ashnoor Kaur

Television Personality of the Year (Special Award) Divyanka Tripathi

Entertainer of the year (Special Award) Bharti Singh

Telly Chakkar Editorial Choice Awards

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Comedy) - Female  (Tellychakkar -Editor's Choice) Ashita Dhawan Gulabani (Nazar)

Best Ensemble - Non fiction (Tellychakkar - Editor's Choice) Super Dancer (Sony TV)

Best Game Show  Kaun Banega Crorepati (Sony TV)

Fresh New Face - Male (Tellychakkar - Editor's Choice) Adnan Khan (Ishq Subhan Allah)

Best Show for Kids Non Fiction (Tellychakkar - Editor's Choice) Dance India Dance Lil Masters Season 4 (Zee TV)

Most Popular International Show on Indian TV (Tellychakkar - Editor's Choice) Big Bang Theory - Zee Cafe

Best Child Actor Award (Tellychakkar - Editor's Choice) Kartikey Malviya - Chandragupta Maurya

About indiantelevision.com’s The Indian Telly Awards

indiantelevision.com’s The Indian Telly Awards are India’s first recognition of performance behind and off the screen and were instituted by Anil Wanvari in the year 1998 but came into existence on 6 July 2001. Over the years, it has become the gold standard to recognise and reward television talent in India.

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