Alia Bhatt Starrer ‘Gangubai’, Ranveer Singh’s ’83 Bags Top Nomination At Indian Film Festival Melbourne 2022. Here’s The Complete List

The nominations for the 13th edition of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) Awards have been announced. This event was being held virtually for the last 2 years due to the ongoing pandemic but, this year the event will be held in Melbourne from 12th of August till 20th of August.

Alia Bhatt’s ‘Gangubai’, which has been directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, has dominated the nominations this year. The film has bagged nominations in three categories, including Best Film, Best Actress and Best Director.

That’s not all. Deepika Padukone, Bhumi Pednekar and Vidya Balan were also nominated for the award of Best Actress this year.

On the other hand, Ranveer Singh’s sports drama ’83’ and Suriya’s ‘Jai Bhim’ will compete with SLB’s film for the Best Film award.

Ranveer Singh, Abhishekh Bachchan and Vicky Kaushal will compete against each other in the Best Actor category.

The jury of the awards show comprises global award-winning film editor Jill Bilcock, Australian actor Vince Colosimo, multi-award-winning filmmaker Geoffrey Wright and multi-award-winning filmmaker Nadia Tass.

The award ceremony also has a special virtual programming between 13th to 30th August for Australian audiences. And, over 100 films across 23 languages will be screened at the festival.

The award ceremony will take place on 14 August and the event will recognise the best cinematic talent from across the Indian subcontinent.

Check out the complete list of IFFM 2022 nominations below:


1. 83 / Hindi

2. Badhaai Do / Hindi

3. Gangubai Kathiawadi / Hindi

4. Jai Bhim / Tamil

5. Minnal Murali / Malayalam

6. Paka (River of Blood) / Malayalam

7. Sardar Udham / Hindi

8. The Rapist / English, Hindi


1. Boomba Ride / Mishing

2. Dug Dug / Hindi

3. Jaggi / Punjabi

4. Once Upon a Time in Calcutta / Bengali

5. Pedro / Kannada

6. Shankar`s Fairies / Hindi

7. Shoebox / Hindi

8. Fairy Folk / Hindi, English


1. Gopal Hegde, Pedro / Kannada

2. Rajkummar Rao, Badhaai Do / Hindi

3. Ramnish Chaudhary, Jaggi / Punjabi

4. Ranveer Singh, 83 / Hindi

5. Suriya, Jai Bhim / Tamil

6. Tovino Thomas, Minnal Murali / Malayalam

7. Vicky Kaushal, Sardar Udham / Hindi

8. Abhishek Bachchan – Dasvi / Hindi


1. Alia Bhatt, Gangubai Kathiawadi / Hindi

2. Bhumi Pednekar, Badhaai Do / Hindi

3. Deepika Padukone, Gehraiyaan / Hindi

4. Konkona Sen Sharma, The Rapist / English, Hindi

5. Lijomol Jose, Jai Bhim / Tamil

6. Shefali Shah, Jalsa / Hindi

7. Sreelekha Mitra, Once Upon A Time In Calcutta / Bengali

8. Vidya Balan, Jalsa / Hindi


1. Anmol Sidhu, Jaggi / Punjabi

2. Aparna Sen, The Rapist / Hindi

3. Kabir Khan, 83 / Hindi

4. Pan Nalin, Chhello Show (Last Film Show) / Gujarati

5. Sanjay Leela Bhansali Gangubai Kathiawadi / Hindi

6. Shoojit Sircar, Sardar Udham / Hindi

7. Suresh Triveni, Jalsa / Hindi

8. T.J. Gnanavel, Jai Bhim / Tamil


1. A Night of Knowing Nothing

2. Ayena (Mirror)

3. Kicking Balls

4. Ladies Only

5. Urf (A.K.A)


1. Joyland / Pakistan

2. Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom / Bhutan

3. No Land`s Man / Bangladesh

4. Rehana Maryam Noor / Bangladesh

5. The Newspaper / Sri Lanka


1. Mohit Raina, Mumbai Diaries 26/11

2. Parambrata Chatterjee, Aranyak

3. Varun Mitra, Guilty Minds

4. Tahir Raj Bhasin, Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein

5. Dhruv Sehgal, Little Things Final Season


1. Konkona Sensharma, Mumbai Diaries 26/11

2. Sakshi Tanwar, Mai

3. Madhuri Dixit, Fame Game

4. Mithila Palkar, Little Things

5. Raveena Tandon, Aranyak

6. Shriya Pilgaonkar, Guilty Minds


1. Aranyak

2. Mumbai Diaries 26/11

3. Fame Game

4. Mai

5. Little Things Final Season

6. Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein

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