The impressive achievements at the 69th National Film Awards have elevated the flag of Telugu Cinema, and it’s a deserving feat.
It’s no surprise to witness the outstanding accomplishment of ALLU ARJUN garu, securing the National Award and becoming the first Telugu actor to achieve this distinction. His unwavering commitment to his roles is evident, and his dedication and passion stand unparalleled.
We look forward to a future adorned with more awards that acknowledge his exceptional dedication to his craft.
Renowned composer MM Keeravani, who has been shaping Commercial Cinema’s musical landscape for years, deserves hearty accolades for winning both an Oscar and a National Award in the same year, thanks to the monumental film RRR. Congratulations, sir.
Heartfelt wishes go out to every technician who contributed to the grand cinematic experience of RRR. Congratulations to Kaala Bhairava, Srinivas Mohan, Prem Rakshit, and King Solomon for their National Awards. A special note of appreciation to SS. Rajamouli garu for elevating Telugu Cinema to remarkable heights on the global and national stages.
Cheers to Buchi Babu Sana and Panja Vaisshnav Tej for clinching the National Award with their debut film, Uppena. Also, a shoutout to the revered lyricist Shri. Chandrabose garu for his National Award for the movie Kondapolam, whom I deeply admire and respect.
The victory of my dear brother and dynamic composer Devi Sri Prasad with a National Award fills my heart with joy. I wish him continued success and new heights ahead.
In addition to these triumphant figures from Telugu Cinema, I extend my wholehearted congratulations to all the recipients of the 69th National Film Awards.