Subash Sahoo bags National Award for best audiography

New Delhi: No Odia film could make entry to the recently announced National Film awards for the year 2009 but the Odias still have their moment of glory as Sound Recordist Subash Sahoo grabs the best Audiography award.

Mumbai based seasoned sound recordist Subash Sahoo bagged the Rajat Kamal award under Best Audiography for the film ‘Kaminey’ for location-recording. The best audiography award went to Oscar winner Resul Pookutty for Malayalam film ‘Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja’ and Anup Dev for ‘3 Idiots’ besides Subash Sahoo.

This is Mr Sahoo’s second National Award. He was also awarded with the same fate for the film ‘Omkara’ in 2007.

Though he was worked in all sections of Sound Department, Sync Sound and location-recording seems to be his forte. He has worked for celebrated directors like Vishal Bharadwaj. He has many critically acclaimed and commercially successful movies to his credit like Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, Kaminey, Khoya Khoya Chand, Manorama Six Feet Under, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Omkara, 15 Park Avenue and Mangal Pandey: The Rising.

Amitabh Bachchan won his fourth National Award as Best Actor for the film ‘Paa’ where as film ‘3 Idiots’ won the best popular film and the Best Feature film award went to Malayalam film 'Kutty Shrank'.

Best Kannada movie award went to "Kanasemba Kudureyaneri" and "Basundhara" won the best Assamese film award and best Konkani film award went to "Palatadcho Munis" and "Natarang" won the best Marathi film. For the year 2009 no Odia film could make entry to the National Awards in regional language films category.
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