Ellen Page found it special working with baby

Los Angeles, Jan 26 (IANS) Actress Ellen Page, who plays the role of a drifter who kidnaps a baby in the film “Tallulah”, says that she found it very special working with a 15-month-old child.

Having worked with a small child in the film “Tallulha”, Page shared that it is one of the most special acting experiences she has ever had, reports eonline.com.

“Honestly, it’s one of the most special acting experiences I’ve ever had. Needless to say, but it presented a new challenge because your first thought is, ‘this baby needs to be OK, it needs to be safe'”,”he 28-year-old said.

“I want the parents to feel OK and acting is a little bit secondary to that. You could never predict what your little co-star is going to do. That forces you to be so, so, so present and so open. I just felt connected to her,” ”he added.

‘Srimanthudu’, ‘Rangitaranga’ win laurels at IIFA Utsavam

Superstar Mahesh Babu-starrer Telugu drama “Srimanthudu” and Kannada thriller “Rangitaranga” bagged six awards each at the first edition of IIFA Utsavam here.

The two-day event, backed by Fortune Sunflower Oil, honoured the best talent across Telugu and Kannada film industries on Monday.

Of the 12 award categories, Koratala Siva-directed “Srimanthudu” fetched its lead pair Mahesh Babu and Shruti Haasan best Leading Role Male and Female awards respectively.

The other awards the film pocketed include best Supporting Role Male for actor Jagapathi Babu, best Music Direction for Devi Sri Prasad, best Lyricist for Ramajogayya Sastry and best Playback Singer Male for Sagar.

S.S. Rajamouli’s magnum opus “Baahubali” bagged five awards, including Best Picture.

The blockbuster film also won the best Direction award for Rajamouli, while Ramya Krishnan pocketed the best Supporting Role Female award.

Rana Daggubati was awarded the best Negative Role for his menacing performance in “Baahubali”, which also won the best Playback Singer Female for Satya Yamini.

Actor Vennela Kishore won the best Comic Role award for his performance in last year’s blockbuster “Bhale Bhale Magadivoy”.

In the Kannada film awards category, “Rangitaranga” won the awards for Best Picture and Anup Bhandari for Best Direction, Music Direction and Lyrics.

The film also Best Supporting Role Male for Sai Kumar, besides pocketing awards for Arvind Rao for Best Negative Role.

Actor Yash-starrer “Mr&Mrs Ramachari” won four awards. While Yash won the best Leading Role Male, his co-star Radhika Pandit bagged the Best Leading Role Female award.

The film also won awards for Best Comic Role (Sadhu Kokila) and Best Playback Singer Female (Shreya Ghoshal).

Lakshmi Raj won the Best Supporting Role Female award for “Krishna Leela”, while actor Dhanush won the Best Playback Singer for his song in “Vajrakaya”.

At the award ceremony, special tributes were paid to late actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao and producer D. Ramanaidu.

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