14th Meril Prothom Alo Awards

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14th Meril Prothom Alo Awards
Date 26 April 2012
Site Hall of Fame Theatre, Bangabandhu International Conference Center, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Hosted by Chanchal Chowdhury, Nusrat Imrose Tisha & Mosharraf Karim
Preshow hosts Munmun
Produced by Transcom Group, Square Toiletries
Directed by Gazi Shuvro
Highlights
Best Picture Guerilla
Most awards Guerilla (4)
Most nominations Guerilla
Television coverage
Network Maasranga Television
Duration 87 minutes

The 14th Meril Prothom Alo Awards ceremony, presented by Prothom Alo took place on 26 April 2012, at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center in Dhaka, Bangladesh as a part of 2011–12 film awards season. The evening started off with Anisul Haque taking the podium, greeting those present. He was followed by the editor of Prothom Alo Matiur Rahman.[1]

Facts and figures[edit]

This was 14th award ceremony of Meril Prothom Alo Awards. Guerrilla won best film awards as well as awards for Critics Choice best film director, film actress and special critics awards. Shakib Khan won the awards of his fourth time for best film actor for King Khan. Shonibar Raat Doshta Chollish Minute-e won two awards for Critics Choice best playwright and best TV actor.[1]

Winners and nominations[edit]

15 personalities were handed out awards for various categories, selected by the readers of Prothom Alo and the Critics Award at the ceremony. Following is the list of the winners.

Lifetime Achievement Award – 2012[edit]

Public Choice Awards – 2011[edit]

Best Film Actor Best Film Actress
Best TV Actor Best TV Actress
Best Singer (Male) Best Singer (Female)

Critics' Choice Awards – 2011[edit]

Best Film Best Film Director
Best Film Actor Best Film Actress
Best Playwright Best TV Director
  • Monwar Kabir – Holud
    • Ashraful Chanchal – Shonibar Raat Doshta Chollish Minute
    • Alvee Ahmed – Tahminar Dinjapon
  • Ashraful Chanchal – Shonibar Raat Doshta Chollish Minute-e
Best TV Actor Best TV Actress
  • Abul Hayat – Shonibar Raat Doshta Chollish Minute-e
    • A.K.M. Hasan – A Journey By Politics
    • Alan Shuvro – Holud

Special Award – 2011[edit]

Host and Jury Board[edit]

The event was hosted by Chanchal Chowdhury, Nusrat Imroz Tisha, and Mosharraf Karim. The member of Jury Board for Television section were Mita Chowdhury, Abu Sayeed, Giasuddin Selim, Moushumi and presided by Syed Monjurul Islam; and for the film section were Shahidul Islam Khokon, Ilias Kanchan, Jakir Hossain Razu, Rokeya Prachy, Kaberi Gayen and presided by Syed Salauddin Jaki.[3][2]

Presenters and performances[edit]

Presenters[edit]

Presenter Role
Anisuzzaman, Motiur Rahman, M. Ashikul Islam Presented Lifetime Achievement Award
Mahmuduzzaman Babu & Rokeya Prachy Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best Playwright
Tauquir Ahmed & Bipasha Hayat Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best TV Director
Asaduzzaman Noor & Mita Chowdhury Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best TV Actress
Aly Zaker & Sara Zaker Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best TV Actor
Khalil Ullah Khan & Afroza Banu Presented Special Critics' Award for Film[3]
Alamgir & Runa Laila Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best Film
Nayok Raj Razzak & Kobori Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best Film Director
Mahmud Koli & Parveen Sultana Diti Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best Actress
Ilias Kanchan & Anjana Presented Critics' Choice Award for Best Actor
Hamin Ahmed & Shafin Ahmed Presented Public Choice Award for Best Female Singer
Rafiqul Alam & Abida Sultana Presented Public Choice Award for Best Male Singer
Ilias Jabed & Rozina Presented Public Choice Award for Best Film Actress
Shibli Muhammad & Shamim Ara Nipa Presented Public Choice Award for Best Film Actor
Habibul Bashar Sumon & Shabnur Presented Public Choice Award for Best TV Actress
Ferdous Ahmed, Moushumi & Zahid Hasan Presented Public Choice Award for Best TV Actor[2]

Performances[edit]

Performer(s) Performance on
Shibli Muhammad and his troop A Tribute to Martyrs of Language Movement
Shahed & Nipun, Nirob & Sarika, Emon & Shokh, Arifin Shuvoo & Bidya Sinha Saha Mim Combo of Sob Sokhire Par Korite, Beder Meye Josna, Porena Chokher Polok, Khairun Lo, Premi o Premi
Shahidul Islam Sachchu, Tusher Khan, Shirin Bokul, Shamima Naznin, Shaju Khadem & others Political Satire (Why This Maramari)[3]
Ferdous Ahmed & Moushumi Combo of Eto Bhalobeso Na Amay, Ami Tomar Moner Vitor
Mashrafe Murtaza & Shorna, Mohammad Ashraful & Ishana, Nasir Ahmed & Mashiyat Acting, Dancing (Aguner Gola & Tunir Maa)
Pollobi Dance Centre Amra Notun Jouboner Dut[2][4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Constellation of stars". Dhaka Mirror. 29 April 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "meril prothom alo award 2012 part-2/2 SUMAN MUSIC.mpg". Youtube. Retrieved 2 November 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c d "meril prothom alo award 2012 part-1/2 SUMAN MUSIC.mpg". Youtube. Retrieved 2 November 2015. 
  4. ^ "Meril- Prothom Alo award on Maasranga Television". The Daily Star. Retrieved 10 September 2015.