The announcement is special as it acknowledges the work of the artists and filmmakers in 2021 when the world was grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic that had wreaked havoc across the globe. After a significant shutdown, very few movies in 2021 tried to revive the theatrical run while pulling cinephiles back to the big screen.

Allu Arjun wins National Award for Best Actor for his blockbuster movie Pushpa: The Rise.

Alia Bhatt and Kriti Sanon won National Award for Best Actress for their respective films Gangubai Kathiawadi and Mimi.

Pallavi Joshi won Best Supporting Actress award for The Kashmir Files.

Pankaj Tripathi on his National Award Win - Best Supporting Actor for Mimi

"This is unfortunately a period of loss and grieving for me. If Babuji was around, he

would have been really happy for me. HE WAS VERY PROUD AND PLEASED when I first got the National Award mention. This National Award I dedicate to him and his spirit. I’m who I am today because of him. I’m at a loss of words due to this time but I’m happy and grateful to the team. Kriti also has won the Best Actress, so a huge congratulations to her."

Kriti Sanon's reaction to winning the National Film Award, 

“I am too excited, almost emotional. I cannot believe that this happened. I am still syncing it in, pinching myself. It is a big moment for me and for my entire family. In fact, Mimi has been a very very special film and the most prestigious award, the National Award for it. I just cannot thank the jury enough for believing that my performance deserved an award and I have no words. I am speechless. I am too overwhelmed.”
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