Hindi Awards 13th Indian Telly Awards

13Th Indian Telly Awards Hindi tv-shows on Colors TV

The Indian Telly Awards had landed into its 13th edition on a trot. For the convenience of the new audiences, the show distributes the award for the Best television serials in three categories namely Popular, jury and technical assistance. New segments have been brought in the previous year, and it has been publicly reported that those are set to linger this year too. The Outstanding Anchors chosen this time amidst tight competition were 'Manish Paul' alongside 'Kapil Sharma', and they had been tagged as this Year's Best Anchor Award for the telecast of “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa”.

The reward for the Best TV Personality of the Year went to 'Rohit Shetty'. The award for the Fresh New Face of the Year in the male category went to 'Harshad Arora' mocking as Zain Osman Abdullah in the serial “Beintehaa”, and in the female journal the gift was swept by 'Paridhi Sharma' for her cast as Rajkumari Jodha Bai Akbar in “Jodha Akbar”. The chef, 'Vikas Khanna' grabbed the award for his distinct style of cooking in Twist of Taste (Coastal Curries) conferring him the Award for the Best TV Chef for this Year. There has been astimulating crack in the group for the division of the Best Actor in the Negative Role of this Year in this season.

Co-produced by Colors entertainment network and Endemol India Limited, “Bigg Boss 7” has acknowledged the award for the second successive time in the journal 'The Best Reality Show of the Year'. ‘Aham Sharma’ as Karna in “Mahabharat” and 'Ali Asgar' as Dadi for “Comedy Nights with Kapil” collected the award for their supporting acting as 'The Best Supporting Actor' in the Comedy and Drama Segments. Renowned Comedian ‘Kapil Sharma’ grabbed the Award for this Year's Best Actor in the Comic Role for his show "Comedy Nights with Kapil" as Kapil ‘Bittu’ Sharma.

'Ruhanika Dhawan' and 'Faisal Khan' placed their hands on the ‘Best Child Artist of the Year’ for the male and the female categories for their roles as Ruhi Raman Kumar Bhalla in "Ye Hai Mohabbatein" and Young Maharana Pratap in "Bharat Ka Veer Putra Maharana Pratap". The Ensemble of the Year was Mahabharat. The successors for the Best ‘On-Screen Jodi’ of the year were shared by 'Divyanka Tripathi' and 'Karan Patel' for Ye Hai Mohabattein as well as'Nakuul Mehta' and 'Disha Parmar' for "Pyaar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara". 

'Deepika Samson' though she said that she would not be a part of the vent’s performance, matched steps with Aham Sharma on presenting the award. 'Sanaya Irani', who was well known for her traditional roles showed to the world that she was not the one as everyone think. The Arjun of Mahabharat, 'Shaheer Sheikh' performed a melancholic program towards the fag end of the show. 'Kanchi Singh', Krystle D'Souza, and ‘Pooja Sharma’ hopped in for their steps in the centre stage later in the evening.