Colors Golden Petal Awards 2017: Winners list


It was celebrations all around last night at the Colors Golden Petal Awards 2017, with both Vivian DSena and Mouni Roy walking away with the big prizes.

DSena who is the face of Colors’ popular fiction ‘Shakti’ won Best Actor, while Roy, known as the ‘Naagin’ on the channel was awarded Best Actress. The show ‘Shakti’ also won the Most Path Breaking Show award. Manish Paul, Karan Johar and Diljit Dosanjh also were given recognitions for their parts on the leading Hindi entertainment channel. Surprisingly, it was ‘Shani’ that was crowned Best Show beating its rivals on the channel. Sharad Malhotra & Kratika Sengar from ‘Kasam’ and Siddharth Shukla & Rashmi Desai were named Favourite Jodi.

The evening was hosted by comical geniuses Farah Khan and Karan Johar, who were joined by Raghav Juyal and Rubina Dilaik. Bharti Singh and Maniesh Paul enthralled audiences with her impeccable comic timing not missing a single opportunity to poke fun at Karan Johar’s new dad status. Mouni Roy’s enthusiastic opening performance to ‘Nachange Saari Raat’ set the tone for a truly sizzling evening. Filling the air with love and romance were Indian television’s favorite jodis, Sooraj (Vijayendra Kumeria) and Chakor (Meera Deosthale), Harman (Vivian Dsena) and Saumya (Rubina Dilaik), Parth (Sidharth Shukla) and Shorvari (Rashami Desai) as set the stage on fire with their scintillating act. Entering the retro zone, Rising Star expert Punjabi singing sensation Diljit Dosanjh performed some of yesteryears’ chartbusting numbers along with the leading ladies of the COLORS family. And, Diljit’s fellow Rising Star expert Monali Thakur grooved with some handsome hunks as they performed to remix songs. The lip syncing face-off between the judges Jacqueline Fernandez, Karan Johar, Ganesh Hedge and Malaika Arora proved to be the ultimate battle which raised the overall hotness quotient of the night. The night also witnessed the never-ending battle between Indian television’s two favourite Naagins, Mouni Roy and Adaa Khan as they performed to blazing hot numbers like ‘Laila Main Laila’ and ‘Tu Cheez Badi mast mast’. The night ended with a bang as young Shani (Kartikey Malviye) charmed everyone with his power packed performance to Har Har Mahadev alongside choreographer Salman Yusuf Khan.

Speaking about the event, Manisha Sharma, Programming Head – Colors said, “What better way to beat the intense summer heat than with a thrilling and spectacular event themed around Snow and Wonderland?! The 5th COLORS Golden Petal Awards will be a treat for the viewers’ sitting at home. Be it jaw-dropping performances by our leads, adrenalin rush inducing acts, perfectly timed comic moments or a volley of well-deserved awards, this evening had all the makings of a blockbuster. We are overjoyed by the response we have received from the entertainment fraternity. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our viewers for their support.”

The full list of winners

Best Actor
Vivian DSena (Shakti)

Best Actress
Mouni Roy (Naagin 2)

Style Icon Of The Year
Diljit Dosanjh (Rising Star India)

Best Host
Manish Paul

Best Judge
Karan Johar

Best Debut
Meera Deosthali (Udaan)

Best Actress in a Negative Role
Karuna Pandey (Devanshi) & Monika Khanna (Thapki Pyar Ki)

Best Supporting Actress
Prachee Shah Pandya (Sharda) (Ek Shringaar…Swabhimaan)

Best Entertainment Series
Bigg Boss

Best Comedian Award
Bharti Singh (Comedy Nights Bachao)

Best Child Actor
Kartikey Malviya (Shani)

Favorite Jodi
Sharad Malhotra-Kratika Sengar (Kasam) & Siddharth Shukla-Rashmi Desai (Dil Se Dil Tak)

Best Innovation in a TV Series (Fiction)

Best Innovation in a TV Series (Non-Fiction)
Rising Star India

Best Show

Best comic in a fiction series
Sudha Chandran (Naagin 2) & Snehal Sahay (Sasural Simar Ka)

Best Personality (Female)
Rubina Dilaik (Saumya) (Shakti)

Powerpacked Performer
Jasmin Bhasin (Teni) (Dil Se Dil Tak)

Successfully Long-Running Show

Best Parivaar
Chauhan family (Swabhimaan)

Technical awards

Best Editor
Vicky Sharma (Naagin 2)

Best Music
Divya (Shani)

Best Cinematographer (Fiction)
Sunil Kotian (Dil Se Dil Tak)

Best Director (Fiction)
Vikram (Swabhimaan)

Best Story
Shanti Bhushan and Rashmi Sharma (Shakti)

Best Screenplay
Bohnlishikha Das (Udaan)

Best Special Effects

Best Dialogue
Girish Dharija (Devanshi)

Best Cinematographer (Non-Fiction)
Sukhwinder (Rising Star)

Best Director (Non-Fiction)
Huzaifa (Rising Star)

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