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JAMMU: As the Jammu Kashmir Academy of Art Culture and Languages on Friday announced Annual Drama Festival result, Natraj Natya Kunj bagged the Best Production award for its play Urubhangam while second Best Production award was bagged by play Oedipus Rex, staged by Samooh Theatre.Best Director award goes to Aaditya Bharti for the play Urubhangam while second Best Director to Ravindra Sharma for the play Oedirpus Rex.Best Actor award to Amandeep Sharma as Duryodhana-2, second Best Actor to Dilshad Ahmed as Father in the play Mujhe Amrita Chahiye, Best Actress to Gurmeet Jamwal as Benare in Kamosh Adalat Jaari Hai, second Best Actress to Sunaina Kumari as Vasundhra in Andhra Yatra, Best Make up to Shammi Dhamir for the play Urubhangam and Oedipus Rex, Best costumes to Urubhangam and Oedupus Rex, Best lights to Oedipus Rex, Best Music to Urubhangam, Best set to Khamosh Adalat Jaari Hai, second Best set (Strongly Recommended) to Oedipus Rex and Best child Artist award goes to Kousar Chand Puri for the play Oedipus Rex.In the category of Consolation prizes, award has been given to Vijay Goswami (Kamosh Adalat Jaari Hai) for Direction, Tsewang Dorjee for the play Rovmut Bhatt for Music, Shiba and Mukulini Sethi for the Kamosh Adalat Jaari Hai for Costumes and Seema Bhardwaj for the play Chitra for Make – up Certificates of Merit in Acting, have been announced to Kanav Sharma as Balram in the play Urubhangam; Nitin Babu as Bhim in the play Urubhangam; Niharika Sakshi as Gandhari in the play Urubhangam; Sushmita Banerjee as Draupdy in the play Urubhangam; Balwinder Singh as Bhottnath in the play Mahanagar ka Tahlua; Meers-Tapasvi as Chhoti Bahu in the play Mahanagar ka Tahlua; Chandni Khatri as Aneet in the play Terrorist Di Premika; T.S Premi as Gurnam in the play Terrorist di Premika; Anuroop Pathania as Daulat Rao in the play Andhar Yatra; Sunny Mujoo as Jorr in the play Rovmut Bhatta; Sandeep Verma as Ravi in the play Ek Tuti Hui Kursi; Vivek Sangotra as Aziz in the play Lek Tuti Hui Kursi; Neha Lahotra as Chitra in the play Chittra; Bharti Zaroo as Mother in- Law in the play Lal Ded; Naina Bhagay as Martha in the play Arth Dosh; Rakesh Mayus as old man in the play Arth Dosh; Neha Raina as Neha in the play Tagore; John Mohd Janu as Janu in the play Tagore; Divankshi as Amreta in the play Mujhe Amrita Chahea; Sapna Soni as Malti in the play Chote Log; Shammi Dhamir as Kukki in the play Chote Log; Sushil Raina as Samant in the play Khamosh Adalat Jaare Hai; Soham Kashyap as Ponkshe in the play Khamosh Adalat Jaare Hai; Manoj Bhatt as Sukhatme in Khamosh Adalat Jaare Hai; Sandeep Thakur as Oedipus in the play Oedipus Rex; and Aashima Dutta as Jocasta in the play Oedipus Rex.The awards were announced by Dr Aziz Hajini, Secretary , J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages, while addressing a press conference, here on Friday.Dr. Hajini also gave congratulations to all the participants groups who have been recommended various awards in individuals and productions by the three adjudicators engaged by the Academy namely Makhan Lal Saraf, Vijay Atri and Baljeet Singh (NSD graduate).
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