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Shah Rukh Khan,
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I thought this years award ceremony was good but not as good as last years.
Saif Ali khan deserved the awards he won because he was fabulous in Kal ho naa ho. Preity Zinta deserved to win the award for best actress in a leading role and I was glad she won for Kal ho naa ho. She should have won best villain award but it was nice to see her winning for best actress in a leading role.
Shahrukh Khan should have won best actor for Kal ho naa ho and Hrithick Roshan should have won critics which he did.
The awards were still good and the performances were absolutely great the way it was presented was even greater.
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