18th Annual Colors Screen Awards 2012

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18th Annual Colors Screen Awards 2012 unfolded with much pomp and fanfare on Saturday night (14th Jan). While the show witnessed several deserving celebrities walking with awards, the audiences were treated with highly exciting performances from their favourite stars. B-town Badshah Shah Rukh Khan stole away people's hearts by hosting the event along with Madhuri Dixit, Vidya Balan and Katrina Kaif - in his typical a la SRK style, blended in with dance performances. Katrina and Priyanka Chopra sizzled fabulously on stage on their respective peppy numbers while Shahid Kapoor and Anushka Sharma too had their share of limelight with their individual performances. Deepika Padukone was cynosure of all eyes by turning up in a stunning green, backless dress. Going by the winners list - The Best Film Award was shared by 'The Dirty Picture' and 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara' - both of which bagged several awards as well. Ranbir Kapoor and Vidya Balan won Best Actor and Best Actress for their films 'Rockstar' and 'The Dirty Picture' respectively. AR Rahman bagged the Best Music Director's Award while Asha Bhosale received the Lifetime Achievement Award. While Priyanka Chopra Priyanka Chopra got the best actress award for her negative role in 'Saat Khoon Maaf' and Prashant Narayan won the award in male category for 'Murder 2'. Best male singer award was given to Mohit Chauhan (Phir Se Ud Chala) and Best female singer award for Shreya Ghoshal (Ooh La La). Parineeti Chopra (Ladies vs ...

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