37th Bangladesh National Film Awards

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37th Bangladesh National Film Awards
Awarded forBest of Bangladeshi Cinema in 2012
Awarded by President of Bangladesh
Presented by Ministry of Information
Presented on10 May 2014
Site Dhaka, Bangladesh
Hosted by Ferdous Ahmed and Moushumi
Official website moi.gov.bd
Highlights
Best Feature Film Uttarer Sur
Best Actor Shakib Khan
Khodar Pore Ma
Best Actress Joya Ahsan
Chorabali
Lifetime achievement Khalil Ullah Khan
Most awards Ghetuputra Komola (9)

The 37th National Film Awards, presented by Ministry of Information, Bangladesh to felicitate the best of Bangladeshi Cinema released in 2012. Prime Minister gave Awards to the hand of award winner in the National Film Awards 2012 ceremony at afternoon on 10 May 2014 at Bangabandhu International Conference Center, Dhaka. [1]

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List of winners

National Film Awards of 24 categories were given in this ceremony that night. [2]

Name of AwardsWinner(s)Film
Lifetime Achievement Award Khalil Ullah Khan
Best Film Faridur Reza Sagar (Impress Telefilm Limited) Uttarer Sur [3]
Best Director Humayun Ahmed Ghetuputra Komola [4]
Best Actor Shakib Khan Khodar Pore Ma
Best Actress Joya Ahsan Chorabali [5]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role ATM Shamsuzzaman Chorabali [6]
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Lucy Tripti Gomes Uttarer Sur
Best Actor in a Negative Role Shahiduzzaman Selim Chorabali
Best Child ArtistMamun Ghetuputra Komola
Best Child Artist (Special)Meghla Uttarer Sur [7]
Best Music Director Emon Saha Ghetuputra Komola
Best Music ComposerEmon Saha Pita
Best Lyricist Milton Khondokar Khodar Pore Ma
Best Male Playback Singer Palash Khodar Pore Ma
Best Female Playback Singer Runa Laila Tumi Ashbe Bole
Best Story Humayun Ahmed Ghetuputra Komola [6]
Best Dialogue Redoan Rony Chorabali
Best Screenplay Humayun Ahmed Ghetuputra Komola
Best Art Direction Uttam Guho and Kalantor Raja Surjo Kha
Best EditingSolimullah Ghetuputra Komola
Best Cinematography Mahfuzur Rahman Khan Ghetuputra Komola
Best Sound Recording Ripon Nath Chorabali
Best Costume DesignS.M. Mainuddin Ghetuputra Komola
Best MakeupKhalilur Rahman Ghetuputra Komola [8]

Host and performance

Actors Ferdous Ahmed and Moushumi anchored the cultural programme after the award distribution ceremony. The history of Bangladeshi film was presented through performances of songs including "Karar Oi Loho Kopat," "Aynate Oi Mukh Dekhbe Jokhon," "Are O Praner Raja," "Bimurto Ei Ratri Amar," "Ki Jadu Korila," "Bender Meye Jostna," "Ekatturer Maa Jononi" .

Sabina Yasmin sang her song "Koto Sadhonay Emon Bhagyo Mele" and Subir Nandi sang "Din Jay Kotha Thake." S.I. Tutul, Dilshad Nahar Kona and Habib Wahid also performed at the event.

The final performance of the night was group dance recitation of Omar Sany, Zayed Khan, Nirob, Nipun Akter, Shimla, Amrita Khan. [9]

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