Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha win Golden Kelas for second consecutive year
New Delhi: Ajay Devgn and Sonakshi Sinha have been awarded the Golden Kelas Awards for the second consecutive year in the worst actor category at the 6th Annual Golden Kela Awards.
Speaking about the awards, the creative head of the Golden Kela Awards, Anant Singh, said, "In Bollywood today, the box office figures have no correlation to the quality of the film. Our sincerest hope is that 10 years down the line, the figures will be forgotten, while the Kelas they got are remembered".
The 44-year-old actor won the award for `Himmatwala` and the 26-year-old actress bagged the award for `R...Rajkumar` at the awards which were held at the India Habitat Centre and were celebrated with much gusto on March 29.
Winners of the 6th Annual Golden Kela Awards are:
Worst Actor (Male) - Ajay Devgn for Himmatwala
Worst Actor (Female) - Sonakshi Sinha for R...Rajkumar
Worst Supporting Actor (Male) - Aditya Roy Kapoor for Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
Worst Supporting Actor (Female) - Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline
Fernandes and Amisha Patel for Race 2
Worst Director - Sanjay Leela Bhansali for Goliyon Ki Raas Leela...Ram Leela
Worst Film - Himmatwala
Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke Award - Aamir Khan for Dhoom 3
Most Irritating Song - Party All Night from Boss
Most Atrocious Lyrics - Sameer for Raghupati Raghav from Krrish 3
RGV Ki Aag Award for the Most Pointless Remake/Sequel - Himmatwala
Why Are You Still Trying Award - Shahid Kapoor for R...Rajkumar
Worst Debut - Leander Paes
Aakhir Kyun Award - Priyanka Chopra for the music video Exotic
Dara Singh Award for the Worst Accent - Deepika Padukone for Chennai Express
Bas Kijiye Bahut Ho Gaya Award - Sunny Deol
Aap Yahaan Aaye Kisliye Award - Uday Chopra
Ra.One Award for Worst Premise - Dhoom 3, Krrish 3
Rajshri Award for Most Regressive Film of the Year - Ranjhanaa
This is Too Much Award - Vivek Oberoi.
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