At the just concluded, the IIFA Weekend and Awards 2014 at Tampa Bay, Florida was graced by presence of top Bollywood as well as Hollywood personalities. The event was made even more memorable and cherish able by wonderful award presentation ceremony along with fun filled entertainment activities. Honoring the contribution of the most talented Bollywood personalities, the IIFA Awards 2014 were presented to –
Farhan Akhtar for Bhaag Milka Bhaag – Best Performance in the Leading role – Male
Awe-inspiring performance by Farhan Akhtar in a biopic film on the legendary athlete Milkha Singh!! Definitely a stirrer, flawless portrayal of a tragedy stricken refugee, his physical transformation for the role is simply astounding.
Aditya Roy Kapoor for Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani – Best Performance in a Supporting role Award – Male
A wonderful acting performance by Aditya, though this is his second film. Wish to view him in meatier roles on the big screen in future.
Deepika Padukone for Chennai Express – Best Performance in a Leading Role Award – Female
Hilarious to the hilt with the right regional hue, Deepika has successfully portrayed the character of a young, innocent yet smart Tamilian girl and of course!! Had us in splits of laughter.
Divya Dutta for Bhaag Mikha Bhaag – Best Performance in a Supporting role Award – Female
A soul stirring performance by Divya has led her to win this award, she definitely deserves it.
Shatrughan Sinha – Lifetime Achievement Award 2014
A well deserved recognition to Shatrughan Sinha, a Bollywood veteran who has acted in more than 200 Hindi movies along with his contribution to Punjabi and Bengali movies. To be presented with this award by his daughter Sonakshi Sinha and actor Anil Kapoor, the moments were indeed memorable!!
Dhanush for Raanjhanaa – Best Debutant Award
Rightly awarded to a marvelous debut performance by Dhanush, a Tamlian actor in a Hindi film!! In his thank you speech, he had to sing a few lines of Kolaveri Di, his single hit which is popular even today.
Rishi Kapoor for D Day – Best Performance in Negative role Award
A performance class apart delivered by Rishi Kapoor, the lover boy of the 1980s!! The negative role of a gangster so rightfully enacted by him, Rishi Kapoor did deserve this accolade!!
Arshad Warsi for Jolly LLB – Best Performance in a Comic Role Award
A very elated Arshad Warsi was noticed at the IIFA Awards ceremony night after winning the best performance in comic role for his movie Jolly LLB, this being the second award for the film after winning the best film award at 61st National Film Awards.