In a prestigious ceremony held in New Delhi, Kriti Sanon was honored with the National Award for Best Actress in recognition of her exceptional performance in the film ‘Mimi.’

Kriti Sanon has every reason to radiate a joyful smile at this moment, as she finds herself in the spotlight. The talented actress recently clinched the National Award for Best Actress for her remarkable portrayal in ‘Mimi.’ In a heartwarming gesture, Kriti Sanon has shared a video with her admirers. The video offers a glimpse into her preparation for the esteemed National Awards ceremony, which transpired a few days ago. In the video, Kriti elegantly dons a splendid saree, looking absolutely stunning. Adding to the joy of the moment, her parents accompanied her on this momentous occasion.

The video documents Kriti as she has her hair and makeup meticulously arranged. To perfect her appearance, she delicately places a bindi on her forehead. During the video, she reflects, “When I was meditating, I was feeling every emo (emotional). Very, very excited and very nervous actually. I’m a little anxious.” She also reveals that she hadn’t consumed any food since morning but was overwhelmed by her emotions.

In her Instagram post, the actress captioned, “Zameen badli nahi, toh aasmaan badal gaya. When we are in a moment, it’s very rare that we know that it’s gonna be one of the best moments of our lives… yesterday felt like that! Had my loved ones around… missed you Nups @nupursanon, Dinoo, @laxman.utekar sir, and the team of Mimi! had them in my heart! Feeling so much Gratitude!”

The National Awards Ceremony, a star-studded event that brought together talent from across the nation, saw the presentation of prestigious awards to renowned artists. This event, which transpired on October 17th in New Delhi, recognized outstanding contributions in the film industry. Kriti Sanon and Alia Bhatt received the Best Actress award for their roles in ‘Mimi’ and ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi,’ respectively. Vicky Kaushal’s ‘Sardar Udham’ was honored as the Best Hindi Film (Feature) in the Regional Film category, while R. Madhavan’s directorial debut, ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect,’ was named the Best Feature Film.

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