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DD Sahyadri Cine Awards 2015 unveils nominations

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MUMBAI: Sahyadri Cine Award is the most respected Marathi Film Awards that honours the best of work in Marathi Cinema. The 6th Sahyadri Cine Award is to be held on 30 June, 2015 at 7:00 pm, in association with the national brand Godrej at Ravindra Natya Mandir, Prabhadevi, Mumbai. 

 

Addl. Director General, Doordarshan - Mukesh Sharma while announcing the nominations of this year’s 6th Sahyadri Cine Award said that out of the 66 films produced by the Marathi film industry last year, 29 are in contentions for the awards. Sahyadri Cine Award is very special for the entire Marathi Film Industry, because of its credibility as it is presented by the National Broadcaster, Doordarshan.

Chetan Gore, Executive Vice President Marketing - Personal Care, Godrej Consumer Products Limited, "The medium of film entertainment was introduced to us through Dadasaheb Phalke and it has evolved consistently. Marathi cinema has come a long way since then and today is at par with any other film fraternity when it comes to impactful performances, the art of storytelling and cinematic brilliance. We at Godrej believe in motivating and felicitating talent and this belief has extended into a strong association with Sahyadri Cine Awards for 6 years in a row now. This year we have also introduced a new category of award called 'Godrej Expert Rich Cr?me Oh My God Performance' which will celebrate the outstanding performance of an artist and his commitment to the industry. Godrej Expert Rich Creme and Sahyadri Cine awards will continue to motivate talent which will deliver the best and take the Marathi film industry to the next level."

The Jury of these awards is totally independent which has representation from Film, Critique and Senior Film Journalists. The independent Jury comprised of Film Producer & Director - Samruddhi Porey & Vidhyadhar Pathare, Producer-Director-Senior Journalist Ramesh Salgaonkar, Senior Journalist – Sudhir Nandgaonkar & Dilip Thakur, Veteran Marathi Actress -Maya Jadhav, Retd. Doordarshan Producer – Raviraj Gandhe and Music Composer, Singer – Milind Joshi. This year’s nominations have been chosen from a long list of popular and critically lauded movies. The competition promises to be stiff but that only means a thrilling awards evening that will live up to every expectation.

Click here for the list of nominees 

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