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Rodali Award 2009-10 presented to Ravi Sinha

By Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati

Actor Ravi Sinha (Asutosh) was awarded the prestigious Rodali Special Award 2009-2010 for his role “Captain Kumardhane” in the Bishnupriya Manipuri VCD film Paritraan produced by L.L.Production.

Prafulla Kumar Mohanta, former Chief Minister of Assam was the Chief Guest of the award function. Other guests who graced the award ceremony were Assamese film director Munna Ahmed, Chetana Das, Angurlata, Akash Deep, Vranti Medhi, Madhurima Chowdhury and many others.

Total 100 awardees were presented with the Rodali Award under different categories viz. VCD, Theatre, Assamese TV Serial and Special Award.

The ‘Best VCD’ award went to Assamese VCD “Aimoni”,  “Best Singer” to Zubeen Garg,  ‘Best Actor’ to Ravi Sharma. Aimy Baruah begged the ‘Best Actress’ award, and Munna Ahmed the ‘Best Director’, Jayanta Nath the “Best Music Director”, and Chetana Das the ‘Best Commedian’.

Rodali Award (VCD) is a state-level (Assam) award function organised by Rodali Cultural Organisation of Guwahati. In its 5th year of inception, Rodali Award was presented to the best talented artists, directors, producers, singers based on the VCD produced and released during the year. This award function is also organised on national level.

The award was presented in a glittering event held at Guwahati on May 24, 2010.

Links of related article published earlier –
1. Asutosh Sinha


  1. Ravi da,
    Its a great achievement for BM community in your name.
    tks a lot.
    bipul sarma

  2. Congratulation Ravi da, Congratulation to Partibha too for keeping us well informed.

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