IIFM 2022: Suriya, Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh, And Others Receive Nominations For The Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne 2022
At the IIFM 2022, films like Badhaai Do, Gangubai Kathiwadi, '83, Jai Bhim, Minnal Murali, and others receive several nominations in various categories.
The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, one of the most well-known Indian film festivals outside of the nation, has unveiled the nominees for its yearly awards ceremony. Its 13th edition, which begins this month on August 12 and runs through August 20, will be held in sessions and will also have unique virtual programming for Australian audiences on August 13 and 30. The film festival is screening over 100 movies in 23 different languages this year, and the Awards night is scheduled for August 14 in Melbourne.
The awards will honor the greatest feature film talent from throughout the Indian subcontinent. It will also include outstanding online television programs that were shown between August 2021 and April 2022. Some of the finest films produced in India have been nominated for Best Film, including '83, Badhaai Do, Gangubai Kathiawadi, Jai Bhim, Minnal Murali, and Sardar Udham.
Some well-known actors from Bollywood and the South Indian film industry made the list for best actor (male), including Rajkummar Rao, Ranveer Singh, Suriya, Tovino Thomas, Vicky Kaushal, and Abhishek Bachchan (Dasvi). With names like Alia Bhatt, Bhumi Pednekar, Deepika Padukone, Konkona Sen Sharma, and Vidya Balan among others, the list of female actors nominated is as stunning.
The Best Directors nominees featured names like Kabir Khan, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, and Shoojit Sircar, while Madhuri Dixit and Raveena Tandon were also nominated for their roles in the OTT series The Fame Game and Aranyak, respectively.
Members of the IFFM 2022 judging panel include the multi-award-winning film editor Jill Bilcock, the popular Australian actor Vince Colosimo, the multi-award-winning director Geoffrey Wright, and the multi-award-winning director Nadia Tass.
The greatest movies from India and the subcontinent are showcased at the IIFM festival, which takes place every year in Melbourne, Australia, and is sponsored by the Victorian Government. After existing only online for the last two years, the IFFM 2022 is making a return for its physical edition of the festival.