PIX: Shruti Haasan, Dhanush at 60th South Filmfare awards
The 60th South Filmfare awards were held in a glitzy ceremony in Hyderabad on Saturday, July 20.
3 actress Shruti Haasan, who was one of the star performers of the night, sparkled in her glamorous Sailex gown on the red carpet. She was accompanied by younger sister Akshara (not in the picture).
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Image: Shruti Haasan
Dhanush and Aishwarya
Tamil star Dhanush, who bagged the Bets Actor nod for his role in 3, arrived with director wife Aishwarya to the do.
3 also marked Aishwarya's directorial debut and has already fetched Dhanush a Vijay Award.
Image: Aishwarya and Dhanush
Naga Chaitanya, Nagarjuna and Amala
Actor Naga Chaitanya arrived with actor-parents Nagarjuna and Amala to the do.
Amala picked up the Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in Telugu film Life Is Beautiful.
Image: Naga Chaitanya, Nagarjuna and Amala
Himmatwala actress Tamannaah looked radiant in her one-shouldered scarlet gown.
Ram Charan Teja
Telugu star Ram Charan Teja was flanked by fans as he arrived for the show.
Image: Ram Charan Teja
A sari-clad Priyamani was awarded the Best Actress trophy for her turn in Kannada film Charulatha.
Actress Shweta Srivastav with her Best Debut Female trophy for Kannada film Cyber Yugadol Nava Yuva.
Image: Shweta Srivastav
Lakshmi Menon, Meenakshi Dixit
Best Debut Female winner Lakshmi Menon for her Tamil film Sundarpandian and actress-model Meenakshi Dixit were photographed at the show.
Image: Lakshmi Menon, Meenakshi Dixit
Amala Paul, Charmee Kaur
The event witnessed more gowns that were high on style courtesy young actresses Amala Paul and Charmee Kaur.
Paul also put up a showstopping performance at the do.
Image: Amala Paul, Charmee Kaur
A R Rahman, Atul Kulkarni
Music composer A R Rahman, who presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to veteran singer Vani Jayaram and actor Atul Kulkarni, who won the Best Supporting Actor nod for his performance in Kannada film Edegarike.
Image: Atul Kulkarni and A R Rahman
Bhumika Chawla, Khushboo and Lakshmi Manchu
Actresses Bhumika Chawla, Khushboo and Lakshmi Manchu lent some more glamour to the do with their individualistic fashion choices.
Image: Bhumika Chawla, Khushboo and Lakshmi Manchu
Rana Daggubati, Venkatesh
Actor Rana Daggubati and his uncle Venkatesh were also spotted at the awards show.
Image: Rana Daggubati and Venkatesh
Malayalam superstar Mammootty's son Dulquar Salmaan won the Best Debutant Actor under the night's Special Awards category for his Malayalam launch vehicle Ustad Hotel and Second Show.
Image: Dulquar Salmaan
Yami Gautam, Suman Ranganathan
Joining in the one-shouldered gown bandwagon for the night were actresses Yami Gautam and Suman Ranganathan.
Ranganathan picked up the Best Supporting Actress nod for her Kannada film Sidlingu.
Image: Yami Gautam, Suman Ranganathan
Allu Sirish, Udayanidhi Stalin
Actors Allu Sirish and Udayanidhi Stalin pose for pictures.
Stalin won the Best Debut trophy for his first film OK OK (Tamil.)
Image: Allu Sirish, Udayanidhi Stalin
Jagapathi Babu, Bapu
Actor Jagapathi Babu and veteran Telugu filmmaker Bapu on the red carpet.
Bapu, who received the Lifetime Achievement Award, had the audience in splits with his witty acceptance speech.
Image: Jagapathi Babu, Bapu
Samantha Prabhu, Regina Cassandra
Telugu actress Samantha Prabhu, who won the Best Actress trophy for SS Rajamouli's Eega, and Regina Cassandra take to the red carpet.
Image: Samantha Prabhu, Regina Cassandra
Sanjjanaa, Sharmeila Mandre
Sanjjanaa and Sharmeila Mandre dazzle the red carpet with their eye-popping outfits.
Image: Sanjjanaa, Sharmeila Mandre
Playback singer NSK Ramya shows off her Best Singer trophy that she won for Tamil film Neethane En Ponvasantham.
Image: NSK Ramya