The South Indian film industry got together recently for a grand awards night in Malaysia.
The South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) were held in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, on September 12 and 13, and members of the film industry attended in large numbers.
Pictures from the awards night:
Shriya Saran looks like a vision in red, as she performs on stage.
Charmee watches the show, enthralled.
Music composer Devi Shri Prasad and actress Shraddha Das (left) perform.
Model-actress Isha Talwar, on stage.
Actors Neil Nitin Mukesh and Nayantara announce the award.
Actress Praneeta performs.
Television actress Avika Gor receives Best Debutante award for the Telugu film Uyyala Jampala, as Huma Qureshi looks on.
Trisha receives the Best Actress award for her film Endrendrum Punnagai. She also bagged an award for the Most Popular Actress in south India on Social Media.
Actors Dileep and Khushboo give an award to actor Brahmanandam for the Telugu film Baadshah.
Ananth Sriram was awarded the Best Lyricist by actor Sunil.
Sudhir receives an award.
Filmmaker K Raghvendra Rao received the Lifetime Achievement award from Sridevi. Rao has directed Sridevi in quite a few films including the hits Himmatwala and Tohfa.
Chiranjeevi watches the show with actresses Maheshwari and Sridevi.
Murali and Khushboo give away the Best Actress award to Amala Paul for her Malayalam film Oru Indian Pranayakatha.
Lakshmi Manchu Prasanna announces an award along with Boney Kapoor.
Action director Peter Heins arrives with wife. He received an award for the Best Fight Choreography for the Telugu film Attarintiki Daredi.