“Vikatan Awards” is an event which is held every year for presenting awards, aired on Vikatan TV, Tamil. “Vikatan” is a popular Tamil Television channel. The channel is known for telecasting shows, serials, and news which focuses on infotainment. “Vikatan Awards”, the event which presents awards to the winners in different categories from the Tamil film industry. The awards are considered to be prestigious owing to the fact that they are being given on a fair and honest judgement, which pleased the audiences and fans of Tamil film industry. The year 2014 had been glorious in the Tamil film world.
Many decent works had been done by Kollywood. “Vikatan Awards 2014” had the toughest competition among the nominees. The awards, thus held a great interest of the viewers. The winners certainly deserved the awards. Here comes the first category “Best Actor.” None other than the Kolaveri fame, Dhanush won this award for the film VIP. The film, which is based on an engineer’s life was a super hit at the box office and undoubtedly, Dhanush contributed the best of his part to the success. He shared his feelings through Twitter and thanked Vikatan Awards. He further added that he would like to dedicate the award to Engineering students.
Next category was the “Best actress.” The winner of this category was Malavika, for the film Cukoo. The movie is based on two individuals who are visually challenged. She has given her career best performance in the film. “Best Film” of the year 2014 was won by the movie “Sathuranga Vettai.” The film was directed by H. Vinoth. The genre of the film is thrilling and the plot revolves around a skilled con man, called Gandhi. Ranjith bagged the “Best Director” award for his work, Madras. Best Villain, male was given to Bobby Simha for his work in the film, Jigarthanda. Best villain, female went to Saloni Luthra for the film Sarabham.
Next came the very important category, Best Supporting Actor. Best supporting actor male went to to Kalayarasan for the film, Madras. The best supporting actress award was won by Saranya for her work in VIP. Comedians can be compared to catalysts. They enhance the entertaining standards of a film and they deserve to be celebrated. Best Comedian Male was won by Thambi Ramaiah, for the movie Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam. Best Comedian Female was bagged by Kovai Sarala for Aranmanai. Dulquer Salmaan won the Best Debutant Actor award for his work in Vayi Moodi Pesavum. Best Debutant Actress was won by Katherine Theresa, for the film Madras.