It’s a race to the top for the leading ladies in Bollywood in Dubai this March!
One can easily conclude that 2015 has been Deepika’s year – professionally and personally.
Deepika Padukone has delivered multiple super hits and now, has been nominated for two movies in the Best Actor Female category for TOIFA 2016 scheduled to take place in Dubai on March 18th.
The actors nominated for Best Actor Female category for TOIFA 2016 are Kangana Ranaut for ‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’, Anushkha Sharma for ‘NH10’ and Deepika Padukone for ‘Piku’ and ‘Tamasha’.
All the actors have performed outstandingly and have lived up to their characters beautifully. It is going to be a very close call as all of them deserve it. May the best woman win!
The Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA) is a global Bollywood Intellectual Property owned by The Times of India Group- India’s largest media conglomerate. TOIFA leverages the power of Bollywood to position destinations and brands in minds of global Indians. TOIFA are a popular choice awards that felicitate outstanding movies and personalities in the Hindi Film Industry and connect with Hindi film fans across the world through voting on the nomination categories to determine the winners.
About The Times of India Group:
The Times Group is India’s largest media conglomerate with its flagship Bennett, Coleman and Company Limited (BCCL) being the largest publishing company in India and South-Asia.
Starting off with The Times of India – which is now the largest English publication in the world, BCCL and its subsidiaries (called The Times of India Group), are present in every existing media platform – Newspapers, Magazines, Books, TV, Radio, Internet, Event Management, Outdoor Display, Music, Movies and more. With a turnover exceeding a billion dollars, the group has the support of over 25,000 advertisers, 11,000 employees and an audience spanning across all continents.
The flagship daily of the group – The Times of India – is today the largest English newspaper in the world with its sister publication – The Economic Times, the world’s second-largest English business daily.