NEXA International Indian Film Academy (IIFA)Awards 2022, Date, Winners, Host, and more
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It was the 22nd International Indian Film Academy Awards, which is also known as IIFA, It was held on 3-4 June 2022, It was planned to held on 18-19 March 2022 and 19-21 May 2022. But it was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Not only that but It was also planned to be held in 2021, before being postponed a year, along with the 2020 (2021) edition.
Now finally the awards show was held on 3-4 June 2022 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. And the name of the nominees was announced in early 2022.
Before we got too deep down into the IIFA awards show winners 2022, Let's talk about the history of the IIFA. The awards show was held first time in 2022 in London at The Millennium Dome. And later awards shows were held in different locations around the world.
As mentioned above The 22nd IIFA Awards was supposed to be held in 2021 & 18-19 March 2022 but was postponed to 19-21 May 2022 date due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, it was again postponed to 3–4 June 2022 due to the demise of UAE President & Ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
It was the second time, when the awards show was held in UAE, before this show, the IIFA awards show was held in 2006 in Dubai. Awards shows are held in different locations every year, we hope that the 2023 IIFA awards will also be there.
List of IIFA Winners and Nominees 2022
As we have talked about the IIFA Awards 2022 and its history, so now let's talk about the winners also.
IIFA Winners 2022:
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior
Vishnuvardhan — Shershaah
Anubhav Sinha — Thappad
Kabir Khan — 83
Shoojit Sircar — Sardar Udham
Anurag Basu — Ludo
Vicky Kaushal – Sardar Udham as Udham Singh
Irrfan Khan – Angrezi Medium as Champak Ghasiteram Bansal
Siddharth Malhotra – Shershaah as Captain Vikram Batra
Ranveer Singh – 83 as Kapil Dev
Manoj Bajpayee – Bhonsle as Ganpath Bhonsle
Taapsee Pannu – Thappad as Amrita Sabharwal
Kriti Sanon – Mimi as Mimi Maan Singh Rathod"
Vidya Balan – Sherni as Vidya Vincent
Sanya Malhotra – Pagglait as Sandhya Giri
Kiara Advani – Shershaah as Dimple Cheema
Best Supporting Actor
Saif Ali Khan – Tanhaji as Udaybhan Singh Rathore
Jiiva – 83 as Krishnamachari Srikkanth
Pankaj Tripathi – Ludo as Satyendra "Sattu" Tripathi
Pankaj Tripathi – 83 as PR Man Singh
Kumud Mishra – Thappad as Sachin Sandhu
Best Supporting Actress
Shalini Vatsa – Ludo as Lata Kutty
Sai Tamhankar – Mimi as Shama
Radhika Madan – Angrezi Medium as Taarika "Taaru" Bansal
Lara Dutta – Bell Bottom as Indira Gandhi
Gauhar Khan – 14 Phere as Zubina
Star Debut of the Year – Male
Ahan Shetty - Tadap as Ishana
Star Debut of the Year – Female
Sharvari Wagh -Bunty Aur Babli 2 as Sonia Rawat / Babli Jr.
Best Story (Original)
Anurag Basu - Ludo
Best Story (Adapted)
Kabir Khan, Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan and Vasan Bala -83
Best Music Director
Tanishk Bagchi Jasleen Royal Javed-Mohsin B Praak Jaani-Shershaah tied with
AR Rahman-Atrangi Re
AR Rahman- 99 Songs
Kausar Munir for "Lehra Do" -83
Irshad Kamil for Rait Zara Si-Atrangi Re
Sayeed Quadri for Shayad-Love Aaj Kal 2
Tanishk Bagchi for Raatan Lambiyan-Shershaah
B Praak & Jaani for Mann Bharrya-Shershaah
Best Male Playback Singer
Jubin Nautiyal for "Raatan Lambiyan" - Shershaah
B Praak for Mann Bharrya-Shershaah
Arijit Singh for Rait Zara Si-Atrangi Re
Arijit Singh for Lehra Do-83
Arijit Singh for Aabaad Barbaad-Ludo
Best Female Playback Singer
Asees Kaur for "Raatan Lambiyan"-Shershaah
Jasleen Royal for Ranjha-Shershaah
Shreya Ghoshal for Param Sundari-Mimi
Priya Saraiya for Kalle Kalle- Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui