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Which Indian Films Won Awards at Cannes?

24 May 2013 9:37 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

On May 26, when the 66th Cannes film festival draws to an end, India will anxiously wait to see if either Monsoon Shootout or Dabba will bring home a Camera d’Or, the award given to the best debut film in the festival. Ritesh Batra’s Dabba which played in the International Critics’ Week won an audience award-the Grand Rail d’Or-following unanimous praise by the critics and the audiences.


While we wait, let’s go down in the annals of history to know about the Indian films that won awards at the premier film festival. Although they might seem like a rare and exquisite breed, there are actually quite a few of them starting from the very first edition of Cannes.

At the inaugural edition of the festival in 1946, Chetan Anand’s Neecha Nagar screened in competition and shared the Grand Prix with several other films. The top award-now Palme »

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