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INDIA’S TRAIL OF GOLD AT ASIAN ACADEMY CREATIVE AWARDS

SINGAPORE 6th December 2019:

India emerged the big winners from tonight’s Asian Academy Creative Awards (AAA) Gala Final.

Netflix series “Delhi Crime” claimed Best Drama Series, Best Actress In A Leading Role for Shefali Shah, Best Original Programme By A Streamer/OTT and Best Direction (fiction) for Richie Mehta.

Gully Boy backed up India’s strong presence in Singapore tonight by winning the inaugural Best Feature Film thanks to its International Oscar entry “Gully Boy”. A win for Cartoon Network’s animated series “Lamput” saw India finished the 2 night awards showcase with 6 national wins to their credit.

But Indonesia wasn’t too far behind, snapping up Best Actor In A Leading role for veteran Oka Antara, for his exceptional work on “Brata” from HOOQ. Jamie Aditya joined the party for HBO with Best Actor In A Supporting Role for Grisse.

One of the big surprises of the evening was Myanmar’s victory for Best Supporting Actress In A Leading Role thanks to 10 year old Pyae Pyae for her outstanding performance in the thriller “The Only Mom”.

China scored an imposing victory with “Story of Yanxi Palace” taking home Best Telenovela or Soap Opera as well as the highly sought after Best Non Scripted Entertainment for Hunan TV’s “World’s Got Talent”.

Korea’s adaptation of “Designated Survivor” earned CJ ENM one of two wins, the other being for “300: WAR OF UNITED VOICES” in the category of Best Music or Dance Programme.

Not to be outdone, Singapore scored two more wins this evening (for a total of 4) with Beijing to Moscow (Best Theme Song or Tile Track) and MTV’s Yung Raja for Best Lifestyle or Entertainment Host. Viu Malaysia chimed in to claim the two Goddesses for Comedy Programme and Performance.

The awards were staged at Singapore’s historic Victoria Theatre and got off to a spectacular start with Loren Allred, the original singer of “Never Enough” (from the hit musical The Greatest Showman) jetting in from New York exclusively for the AAA’s.

Category

Country

 Grand Final Winners

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Indonesia

Oka Antara – Brata by HOOQ and Telkomsel

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Indonesia

Jamie Aditya – Grisse by HBO Pacific Partners V.O.F

Best Actress in a Leading Role

India

Shefali Shah Delhi Crime by Golden Karavan Productions/Ivanhoe Pictures

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Myanmar

Pyae Pyae The Only Mom by Brave Empire Entertainment

Best Adaptation of an Existing Format

Korea

Designated Survivor: 60 Days by CJ ENM / Studio Dragon/Netflix, (Original format by Entertainment One & ABC Studios) 

Best Cinematography

Australia

Mark Wareham – Mystery Road, Bunya Productions for ABC Australia, in association with all3media International 

Best Comedy Performance

Malaysia

Jihan MusaKeluarga Baha Don by Viu (Vuclip Malaysia Sdn Bhd)

Best Comedy Programme

Malaysia

Keluarga Baha Don by Viu (Vuclip Malaysia Sdn Bhd)

Best Direction (Fiction)

India

Richie Mehta Delhi Crime by Golden Karavan Productions/ Ivanhoe Pictures 

Best Drama Series

India

Delhi Crime  by Golden Karavan Productions/ Ivanhoe Pictures

Best Feature Film

India

Gully Boy by Excel Entertainment & Tiger Baby

Best General Entertainment, Game or Quiz Programme

Malaysia

CNY Countdown Gala 2019 by MEASAT Broadcast Network Systems, Astro AEC

Best Infotainment Programme

Singapore

Why It Matters S2 – Bad Pho-mance by Channel NewsAsia, Mediacorp

Best Lifestyle Programme

Japan

Destination Tohoku by CNN

Best Lifestyle, Entertainment Presenter/Host

Singapore

Yung Raja Yo! MTV Raps – Asia by Viacom International Media Networks (MTV Asia)

Best Music or Dance Programme

Korea

300: WAR OF UNITED VOICES by CJ ENM

Best Non Scripted Entertainment

China

World’s Got Talent by Hunan TV

Best Original Screenplay

Taiwan

Shih Yuan Lu – The World Between Us by PTS Taiwan in association with HBO Asia & Catchplay

Best Telenovela/Soap Opera

China

Story of Yanxi Palace by Huanyu Entertainment

Best Theme Song

Singapore

Beijing to Moscow – ‘Děngdài‘ by Misi Ke & Koffkoff , August Pictures

ASIAN ACADEMY CREATIVE AWARDS GALA FINAL WINNERS 2019

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