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First Bamphalar award in Jaintia Hills


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From Our Correspondent

 JOWAI: The First Drama (Bamphalar) award in Jaintia hills was presented to various artists in Jaintia Hills district for their performance in respective roles.

The award was presented by the Yadalada Films Production Pvt. Ltd an entertainment production house based in Jowai at a grand function held at Iungwalieh Panaliar Jowai recently.

Among the awardees, were Best Actress in Supporting Role, Dalawan I Nanghuloo, Best Actor in Supporting Role, Da oo sakhiat Syngkon, Best Actress in Negative Role Wanda Bareh, Best Actor in Negative Role, Treki Thma, Best Actress in Comedy Role, Manki Chyrmang and Barlan Syngkon, Best Actor in Comedy Role, R. Konel Phira, Best Organised Drama, “Dalyndet” Directed by Dakermi Pakma and Debha Rymbai, Best Drama “Synchar U SaniI” Directed by Ferdinand Chyrmang, best Director, E. Manbha Kynjiñ, Best Actress, Roiki Niangti and Best Actor award went to Samehi Laloo.

A lifetime achievement award was also conferred to former journalist and author, S. Quotient Sumer for his contribution to the society and one of the prominent composers and writer from the district; and two other such awards were also given to Indira Shullai as Jaiñtia Melody Queen for being one of the most sucessful singers from Jaintia Hills and the Jaiñtia Melody King to late Yoobiang Pariat the most successful singer and songwriter from of the district.


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