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aha Entertainment Awards: Colour Photo, The Baker and The Beauty bag top honours at the event

The awards event was held as part of the aha 2.0 event organised in Hyderabad on Tuesday

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 12.41 PM, Nov 03, 2021

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aha Entertainment Awards: Colour Photo, The Baker and The Beauty bag top honours at the event

The first edition of aha Entertainment Awards, celebrating the best performances and contributions across films, OTT shows streaming on the Telugu OTT platform aha, was held at Novotel, Hyderabad on Tuesday. Organised as part of the aha 2.0 event, the winners were announced for the best actors in the male and female categories across films and OTT shows, in addition to the 'best film' category and a couple of critic's choice awards as well. The choices were a little surprising and one felt other films, OTT shows on the platform too deserved a better shot at the awards.

The lead actors of Colour Photo, Suhas and Chandini Chowdary, registered wins for their performances in the best actor-male and best actor-female categories (for a film). Satyadev Kancharana, for his performance in Locked, bagged the best actor-male award in the OTT show category. Tina Shilparaj, the lead actress of The Baker and the Beauty, won in the best actor-female category (in OTT shows) for her sharp performance in the 10-episode web series. 

Santosh Shobhan (for The Baker and Beauty) and Anasuya Bharadwaj (for Thank You Brother) won the critic's choice awards in the male and female categories. Colour Photo, directed by Sandeep Raj and produced by Sai Rajesh, was named the Best film. Allu Arjun had handed over the awards to the winners. The teams behind shows and films like Mastis, Kotha Poradu, Mail, Anaganaga O Athidhi, Kudi Yedamaithe and Tharagathi Gadhi Daati had to go empty handed. All said and done, the awards event could have been organised better, and due emphasis also could have been placed on the technicians, writers and directors involved in the shows and films as well.

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