63rd Britannia Filmfare Awards
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The much-awaited 63rd Filmfare Awards South 2016 will be held at Hotel Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre at 6 p.m. onwards on Saturday, June 18. The annual awards night is conducted to honour the best performers in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada film industries.

The list of nominations in the 10 categories — best film, director, actor, actress, supporting actor, supporting actress, music, lyrics, male singer and female singer — was declared on June 8 on the official website of Filmfare.

While the SS Rajamouli-directed "Baahubali" and Mahesh Babu's "Srimanthudu" lead in the Telugu list, Prithviraj Sukumaran's "Ennu Ninte Moideen," Dulquer Salmaan's "Charlie" and Mammootty's "Pathemari" have been nominated in most of the categories. Mani Ratnam's "Ok Kanmani" starring Dulquer and Nithya Menen dominates the Tamil list, while Ajay Rao-starrer "Krishna Leela" and Anup Bhandari-directed sleeper-hit "Rangi Taranga" lead the nominations list among the Kannada films.

Check Malayalam Nomination List | Telugu Nomination List | Tamil Nomination List | Kannada Nomination List

Where and how to book the tickets?

The audience who would like to watch the star-studded award show on Saturday can book the tickets through the BookMyShow website. The ticket fare ranges from Rs. 2,500 to Rs 15,000.

Silver - Rs. 2,500 (Internet Handling Fees - Rs. 57.50)
Gold - Rs. 5000 (IH fees - Rs. 115)
Platinum - Rs. 10000 (IH fees - Rs. 230
Titanium - Rs. 15000 inclusive of parking, food and beverage (IH fees - Rs. 345)

The gold, platinum and titanium tickets can also be purchased through EMI option using the credit cards of HDFC, Kotak Mahindra, SBI, AXIS, ICICI and IndusInd banks.

People are asked to produce the tickets at the time of entry for validation along with a photo ID proof. Entry has been allowed only for audience aged above 13 years and the entry gates will be closed at 8.30 pm.

Click HERE to book the tickets and to read the terms and condition.

 
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