'5th Indian Telly Awards' belongs to the Comedy genre (Entertainment Category). Indian Telly Awards is all about Awards for both On-Screen and Behind-Screen persons in the serial. Indian Telly Awards is organized by Indian Television. ‘
Anil Wanvari’ is the founder of Indian Television. 5th Indian Telly Awards was telecasted on Sony TV at 10:00 P.M on 3rd December 2005. Previously, Indian Telly Awards were telecasted on Star Plus From 2001-2004. The First Ever Indian Telly Awards was telecasted on 6th July 2001 on Star Plus. Now, Indian Telly Awards is in its 16th Show, which is going to be telecasted on the popular channel ‘&TV’.
The Indian Telly Awards in his Fifth show presented Awards to people in various sections like ‘Technical Award’ (TC), ‘Trade Award’ (TR), ‘Daily Serial Award’ (Ds), ‘Weekly Serial Award’ (Ws) and many More. All Actors, Actresses, Directors, Producers fill forms for nomination who think they were best this year. Final 5 Nominations are selected by the Judge of the Show and one winner is selected from those 5 through Judge Reviews and Votes from the Audience. Along with Awards, Entertainment is also done by Comedians and the hosts. In 2005, ‘
Sunil Pal’ proved that he is one of best comedian in Indian through his comedy. The event is open for all. The audience have to pay 600 bucks or Vote more to your Favorite Actress and Actor to be a lucky winner to get a VIP Pass to the show.
Top most Awards like Best Actor/Actress of Year, TV Critics Award for Best Male/Female of the Year are as Follow: The Best Actor for The year 2005 was given to ‘
Apurva Agnihotri’. The Best Actress for The year 2005 was given to ‘
Mona Singh’. The Best Actor-Critic (Male) for the year 2005 was given to ‘
Pawan Shankar’ for the serial "Siddhant". The Best Actor-Critic (Female) for the year 2005 was given to ‘Juhi Parmar Shroff’ for "Kumkum". When we watch serials, we surely have a Actor/Actress in a Negative Role. So, the Best Negative Role of the Year (Male) was given to ‘
Akashdeep Saigal’, who played as Ansh Gujral in “
Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi” and Negative Role (Female) was given to to ‘
Urvashi Dholakia’, who played as Komolika in “
Kasautii Zindagii Kay”. Best Game Show of Year was given to “
Kaun Banega Crorepati 2” hosted by ‘
The Best Hindi News Channel Award was given to Aaj Tak and Best English News Channel Award was given to NDTV 24*7. Best Production House for the year 2005 was given to Balaji Telefilms. The Best Newcomer (Male) was given to ‘
Mohammed Iqbal Khan’ as Angad ("Kaisa Ye Pyar Hai"). The Best Newcomer (Female) was given to ‘
Mona Wasu’ as Miilee ("Miilee"). All the awards are given to encourage them to keep up their good work and to show them how the audience loves them.