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Love them or hate them, but Lux Style Awards have been the flag bearer of excellence in Pakistan’s entertainment industry. When there were no awards, there was LSA and even today when every channel is giving out trophies to the best dressed to the most stylish, LSA has managed to keep the TV nominations closer to what they should have been.
Just a few days after announcing the nominations, the management behind Lux Style Awards updated their list and included Baaghi instead of Sammi in Best TV Play category as well as two OSTs – O Rangreza and Baaghi – that missed out in the initial list. Out went Ali Azmat’s Rasm e Duniya OST and Richi Robinson’s Shayad OST which were ‘erroneously’ included in the nominations.
It will be interesting to note that although Lux Style Awards will be aired on Geo TV, it is Hum TV that is dominating the nominations. Out of the 5 dramas in Best TV Play nominations, we have 3 from Hum TV followed by one each from Urdu 1 and ARY Digital. The presence of actors from A Plus, TV One, Geo TV, Urdu 1 and ARY Digital dramas is a welcome change from nominations from just one or at the most 2 channels.
Out of the 5 Best Director and Best Writer nominations, there are 4 each from HUM TV besides Baaghi from Urdu 1 and Muqabil from ARY Digital which is a good sign. So is the inclusion of 2 nominations each from Hum TV and ARY Digital in best OSTs followed by Shuja Haider’s most loved Baaghi OST from Urdu 1. Let’s see which channel manages to win the race because the nominations are tough, especially after the corrections.
The final list of TV nominations is as follows:
Alif Allah Aur Insan (Hum TV)
Baaghi (Urdu 1)
Muqabil (ARY Digital)
O Rung Reza (Hum TV)
Sang e Mar Mar (Hum TV)
Adnan Siddiqui in Sammi (Hum TV)
Ahad Raza Mir in Yakeen ka Safar (Hum TV)
Imran Abbas in Khuda Aur Mohabbat (Geo TV)
Mohin Abbas in Muqabil (ARY Digital)
Noman Ijaz in Pinjra (A Plus)
Bushra Ansari in Seeta Bagri (TV One)
Kubra Khan in Muqabil (ARY Digital)
Saba Qamar in Baaghi (Urdu 1)
Sajjal Ali in Yakeen Ka Safar (Hum TV)
Sajjal Ali in O Rungreza (Hum TV)
Ahsan Talish for Alif Allah Aur Insan (Hum TV)
Farooq Rind for Baaghi (Urdu 1)
Kashif Nisar for O Rungreza (Hum TV)
Saifee Hassan for Sammi (Hum TV)
Saifee Hassan for Sang E Mar Mar (Hum TV)
Mustafa Afridi for Sang E Mar Mar (Hum TV)
Noor ul Huda Shah for Sammi (Hum TV)
Qaisara Hayat for Alif Allah Aur Insan (Hum TV)
Saji Gul for O Rungreza (Hum TV)
Zafar Mairaj for Muqabil (ARY Digital)
Adnan Dhool and Sana Zulfiqar for Bay Khudi (ARY Digital)
Jimmy Khan for Tumaray Hain (ARY Digital))
Nabeel Shaukat for Woh Aik Pal (Hum TV)
Sahir Ali Bagga for O Rangreza (Hum TV)
Shuja Haider for Baaghi (Urdu 1)
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