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The MovieManiax Awards ’08

March 4, 2009

People, its film awards again and this time its serious !! How many of us have lost our faith in awards like Filmfares/Stardusts or even the Padmashrees? Havnt you ever thought to yourself that if given a chance, you could make a difference to the award declarations? Then, think no more, heres an opportunity for you !! Enough of those “WT(x)”, “Oh crap!”, “How did he?” and “Why her?”. Its time for the “At last…”s and “Finally”s !

Presenting to you, one of the finest film award declarations that our country is ever going to witness…….

The MovieManiax Awards is an initiative to honor the best of Hindi Cinema. Being the first year of it’s running, the categories are limited and we have not ventured into the technical awards. The nominations under the categories have been discussed, scrutinized and finally arrived on conclusion by a team of Bloggers. The rationale behind the nominations was to bring in the best irrespective of Box-Office status. And now it’s up to you fellow Bloggers and non-bloggers to have your voice counted to decide the deserving one. Go ahead and vote for the best !


Please bookmark the the MovieManiax Awards blog. If you are at Facebook, join the group here.

Do participate in this initiative to recognise the best in the industry and it would be appreciable if you could spread the word amongst the fellow bloggers and non-bloggers; basically anyone who has an access to internet.

Endeavor by: Vee (Oxy)
Creative Consultant: Magik
Awards Badge Designer: Dev
MovieManiax Blog Header Designer: Sandeep Haldar
Publicist: Nikhil

Also check :

Oxy’s (Vee) Post
Reema’s Post
Varun’s Post
Poonam’s Post
Smita’s Post

Theres more to this, so please stay browsed !

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15 Comments leave one →
  1. Rekha permalink
    March 4, 2009 1:32 pm

    Great … 🙂

    All my support and will try to spread the word!

  2. myheadtrip permalink
    March 4, 2009 2:03 pm

    Another post on the awards! Will participate 😀

  3. Reema permalink
    March 4, 2009 2:35 pm

    Good one.

  4. Praveen permalink
    March 4, 2009 3:44 pm

    looks like a great initiative…
    i pledge all my support!!:D

  5. Vee permalink
    March 4, 2009 4:21 pm

    Thanks Bro.,.This is awesome.. Lets Rock!!!

  6. alphabetworld permalink
    March 4, 2009 4:50 pm

    Got the mail this morning…should be really intresting! considering all th lame movies we crib over!

    and yea, must say…this post’s been beautifully written! loved it!

  7. Indyeah permalink
    March 4, 2009 5:41 pm

    Thanks dude!:) look forward to them !more power to you guys!:)

  8. Solilo permalink
    March 4, 2009 6:31 pm

    Posted a comment on Poonam’s blog about the same.

    Good one guys! This seems fun.

  9. Varun permalink
    March 4, 2009 6:39 pm

    Brilliant!! Hope we get a lot of votes!

  10. amit permalink
    March 4, 2009 9:09 pm

    Whereever I go, MovieManiax is there!!! The next big event!!

  11. Anonymous permalink
    March 5, 2009 7:16 am

    New Delhi: Do you open up most when you’re online? Well, don’t. Nineteen-year-old Ajith rallied against the Shiv Sena on his Orkut community. Now he risks being thrown in jail. Thanks to a recent observation by the Supreme Court, which could become a template for all future cases.

    “There are so many charges against Ajith, such as x, y, z. Our constitution does not allow such activity so it is not acceptable,” says Cyber lawyer Karnika Seth.

    There are punishments for posting obscenity, inciting public disharmony, intimidation, even defamation. The problem is that how will these laws be interpreted.

    In the heat of the Mumbai attacks, Cheytanya Kunte blogged against journalists revealing vital info on TV. He was forced to apologise by the channel.

    Gaurav Sabnis complained about the standards of teaching at a Management institute. His write-up was forced off the net. Rashmi Bansal, who wrote about the same topic faced the music too.

    “I personally don’t believe in deleting comments, the blog is like my living room, the door is open and people can come and join it but I can’t be held responsible for what they say,” says Founder and Editor of youth magazine JAM, Rashmi Bansal.

    What is worrisome about the Supreme Court’s latest stand is that people like Rashmi could be threatened with jail, if anyone finds her writing offensive or untrue.

    Bloggers are now crying foul and demanding freedom of expression online. If someone finds this offensive can they be hauled to court too?

    “With the kind of laws that exist, it is very easy for a blogger to be dragged to court. Now, a journalist has the means to fight such cases, but a poor fellow sitting in Bangalore, him getting out or work to go defend himself is very problematic,” says blogger Amit Varma.

    So, next time you upload a video to youtube or a photo to Flickr, message your friends on Facebook or update your blog make sure you aren’t breaking the law.

  12. Smita permalink
    March 5, 2009 2:16 pm

    Am so glad to be a part of this initiative and I had most fun while discussing that quiz 😀

  13. Ordinary Guy permalink
    March 5, 2009 6:38 pm

    🙂 looks good

  14. Nautankey permalink
    March 6, 2009 6:06 am

    Dude why dontu make urself famous chek this link http://www.rediff.com/movies/2009/mar/06met-a-r-rahman.htm 🙂 ..reminded me only abt u

  15. WhatsInAName permalink
    March 6, 2009 7:19 am

    rock on guys! You have my support

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