Indian Television Academy Awards 2010 was held on 31 October, earmarking the tenth year anniversary of the event. This year ITA honored the special achievements in the Commonwealth Games. The Gold medal winners were accorded with ITA honors. The highlight performances of this year were a stunning act performed by the members of Dance India Dance, and television’s little darlings Ayush, Sparsh, and Vaishnavi. The evening witnessed dance performances of television stars like
Pratyusha Banerjee, and so on. Bollywood personalities also made an appearance during this night, such as
Shatrughan Sinha, and so on. Under the Jury Technical Awards, The Best Audiography was presented to Suhas Rane, for
The Best Costumes was given to Winnie Malhotra and Neelu Shroff, for Balika Vadhu. The Best Art Direction was bagged by
Samir Chanda, for Bigg Boss Season 3. The Best Title Music or Song Track was presented to Shankar, Ehsaan, and Loy, for
Rang Badalti Odhani. The Best Editing was presented to Inside Mumbai Terror Attacks, by
Sanjeev Nag. The Best Teleplay was bagged by Rajesh Dubey,
Purnendu Shekhar, and
Gajra Kottary, for Balika Vadhu. The Best Videography was presented to
Nigam Bomzan, for Seven. The Best Singer was given to
Shankar Mahadevan, for Rang Badalti Odhani. The Best Dialogues was bagged by
Usha Dixit, for Balika Vadhu. The Best Lyricist was given to
Subrat Sinha, for Star Parivar Awards. The Best Visual Effects was given to Aahat, for Sujit Pattnaik and Tanmoy Ghosh.
Under the General Jury Awards, The Best Actor in Drama was given to Jai Sony, for Sasuraal Genda Phool. The Best Serial in Comedy was given to FIR, by Edit II Production Pvt. Ltd. The Best Actress in a Supporting Role was presented to
Supriya Pilgaonkar, for Sasuraal Genda Phool. The Best Thriller or Horror Serial was given to CID. The Best Actor in a Negative Role was presented to
Anupam Shyam, for Man Ki Awaaz Pratigya. The Best Actress in Comedy was presented to
Kavita Kaushik, for FIR. The Best Reality Show was bagged by Stunt Mania. The Best Children’s Programme was bagged by
Boogie Woogie. The Best TV Documentary was bagged by Village of Widows, by
Ashoke Pandit. The Best Anchor in a Game or Quiz Show was given to
Rajeev Khandelwal, for Sach Ka Saamna.
The Best Music and Film-based Show was presented to
Indian Idol 5. The Best Anchor in a News or Current Affair Show was presented to
Rajdeep Sardesai, for Ground Zero Bhopal. The Best Mini-Series was presented to Secret Lives Season 2, by NDTV 24X7. The Best Historical or Mythological Serial was bagged by
Jhansi Ki Rani, by Contiloe Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. The Best Cookery Show was presented to
Khana Khazana, by
Sanjeev Kapoor. The Best Child Artist was bagged by
Avika Gor, for Balika Vadhu. The Best Actor in Comedy was bagged by Rohitashv Gaur, for Lapataganj. The Best Lifestyle Show was bagged by Style Alert. The Best Anchor in a Music or Films-based Show was bagged by Shahid Kapur, for Nokia 16th Annual Star Screen Awards.
The Best Director in Drama was presented to
Rajesh Ram Singh, for Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo. The Best Interstitial or Filler was given to Good Times India Celebrating who we are, by Richa Arora, Harisha H R, Mayukh Hazarika. The Best Actress in a Negative Role was given to
Meghna Malik, for Na Aana is Des Lado. The Best Serial was presented to Sasuraal Genda Phool, for Ravi Ojha Productions. The Best Travel-based Show was given to Ten Things to do before you say bye, by NDTV GOOD TIMES TRAVEL TEAM. The Best Talk or Chat Show was presented to Children’s day at 7 RCR.
The Best Actress in Drama was bagged by
Surekha Sikri, for Balika Vadhu. The Best Anchor in a Talk or Chat Show was given to
Amitabh Bachchan, for Bigg Boss Season 3. The Best News or Current Affairs Show was given to Killed in the name of Honour, by Nilanjana Bose. The Best Actor in a Supporting Role was bagged by Aub Khan, for Uttaran. The Best Game Show or Quiz Show was given to Mahindra AQ Quiz, by NDTV PROFIT.