History was created as the Golden Kela awards, that hail the 'worst' of Bollywood, actually saw one of its recipients come and graciously accept the award.
The award winner was Anvita Dutt, who won the Worst Lyrics award for the song Ishq Wala Love from Student of The Year.
Dutt, who has written lyrics and dialogues for films like Bachna Ae Haseeno, Heyy Babyy, Dostana and Patiala House, was sporting and even quipped about the award.
She said, "Shekhar (of Vishal-Shekhar fame), told me very emotionally, 'For this song Anvita, you will definitely win an award!' But the guy didn't specify which award it would be!" She added later, that she was rather excited to win the award and vowed to 'keep trying to come for the award again and again'.
Anvita said the song was supposed to convey the more solemn sentiment of 'Ishq', as opposed to 'love' that the youth sometimes feels.
The spoof Bollywood awards also saw Advaita Kala, the screenplay writer of Kahaani, receive an Anti-Kela award, which hails the saving graces aka the good films in Bollywood.
Kela Award winners:
Worst film: Joker
Worst Actor (Male): Ajay Devgn (Son of Sardar, Bol Bachchan)
Worst Actor (Female): Sonakshi Sinha (Joker, Rowdy Rathore, Son of Sardaar, Dabangg 2)
Worst Director: Joker
Worst Sequel: Dabangg 2
Most Irritating Song: Chintata Chita Chita (Rowdy Rathore)
There were also other awards like the 'Baawra Ho Gaya Hai Ke' award which went to Indian Moviegoers who watched such films and made them hits (and some even 100 crore club blockbusters).