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Black, Parineeta bag tech category awards at IIFA

The Bollywood blockbusters have bagged maximum awards in technical categories at IIFA Awards 2006.

india Updated: Jun 10, 2006 21:50 IST

After vowing the audiences and critics alike, Bollywood blockbusters Black and Parineeta have bagged maximum awards in technical categories at the International Indian Film Academy-Idea (IIFA) Awards 2006.

The Idea IIFA Awards are the high point of the seventh Annual IIFA Weekend and Awards in Dubai from June 14-17. The awards would be presented on June 16.

Black has won awards for cinematography, editing, song recording and background score and Parineeta has been recognised for makeup and costume, sound recording, art direction and screenplay.

Other films applauded in the technical category included Dus, Aashiq Banaya Aapne, Apaharan and Bunty Aur Babli.

The technical awards results were strictly monitored, collated and tabulated by the internationally reputed audit firm PriceWaterhouse Coopers.

Ravi K Chandran has been chosen for the award for best cinematography for the movie Black, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Pradeep Sarkar have won the best screenplay award for the film Parineeta.

The award for the best dialogue has gone to Prakash Jha for the film Apharan and Bela Segal has been selected the best award for editing.

The choreography award has gone to Vaibhavi Merchant for Bunty Aur Babli for the song Kajra re and Allan Amin has been selected for the best action award for the film Dus.

The sound recording award has gone to Bishwadeep Chatterjee for Parineeta and Anup Dev for Black.

P Balaraman has been declared winner for the best song recording award for the film Aashiq Banaya Aapne.

The special effects award has been bagged by Dus, best background award to Monty Sharma for Black, best costume designing award to Subarna Ray Chaudhari for Parineeta and best make-up award to Vidyadhar Bhatte for the same film.

First Published: Jun 10, 2006 21:50 IST