Stardust Awards

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Stardust Awards
Awarded for Best in film
Country India
Presented by Stardust
First awarded 2004
Last awarded 2017
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The Stardust Awards is an award ceremony for Hindi movies, which is sponsored by Stardust magazine. [1] [2] Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won. [3] [4] [5] The first ceremony was held in 2004 for films released in 2003. [6] [7] The awards ceremony still continues with several Discontinued, Intermittent and Special Awards. [8]

<i>Stardust</i> (magazine) Indian monthly Bollywood news and gossip magazine

Stardust is an Indian monthly Bollywood news and gossip magazine published in English and Hindi. It also sponsors the Stardust Awards.

Contents

Awards

Editor's choice

Main Awards

The Stardust Hottest Film is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

The Stardust Best Supporting Actor Award is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting and represents new talent.

The Stardust Best Supporting Actress Award is chosen the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting and represents new talent.

Discontinued, Intermittent and Special Awards

Film

The Stardust Best Comedy/Romance Film is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

The Stardust Best Drama Film is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

The Stardust Best Thriller/Action Film is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours individuals that have made an impact with their acting in thriller and/or action films.

Direction

The Stardust Best Comedy/Romance Director is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

The Stardust Thrillar/Action Director is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

The Stardust Best Drama Director is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.

Acting

The Stardust Best Comedy/Romance Actor is chosen by the readers of the annual Indian Stardust magazine. The Stardust Award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain Hindi film.

The Stardust Best Comedy/Romance Actress is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

The Stardust Best Drama Actor is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

Music

The Stardust New Music Sensational is chosen by the readers of the annual Stardust magazine. The award honours a star that has made an impact with their acting in that certain film.

Special awards

See also

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