Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, howver, expressed his happiness over two Assamese films being selected for the 60th National Film Awards in New Delhi.
What does NFA stand for?
NFA stands for National Film Awards (India)
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The 35-year-old filmmaker, who wrote the screenplay for the film, won the Best Dialogue at the 60th National Film Awards, which were announced on Monday.
The prestigious 60th National Film Awards of India for the year 2012 were announced on March 18 (Monday).
The cast includes Riz Ahmed (Four Lions, Black Gold); Academy Award nominee Kate Hudson (Almost Famous, Nine); Golden Globe winner Kiefer Sutherland (24); Liev Schreiber (Salt, Wolverine); National Film Awards India winner Shabana Azmi (Godmother, Fire); and Bafta Award nominee Om Puri (East is East, Arohan).
Besides the National Film Awards, the actor has also won five Kerala State Film Awards, and 11 Filmfare Awards.
Sivan, who has won five National Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards and 10 international film festival awards, recently used Sony's new PMW-F3 camcorder to record a short film.
THE FIRST family of Bollywood -- the Bachchans -- stole the show at the 57th National Film Awards presentation ceremony here on Friday.