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Manorama Newsmaker of the Year 2014 awarded to Malyalam actor Manju

23-September-2015
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Manorama Newsmaker of the Year 2014 awarded to Malyalam actor Manju

Kerala news channel Manorama News will telecast Newsmaker 2014 award ceremony on September 24 2015 at 9 PM. Newsmaker of the year award is a title awarded by Manorama News annually, to a person who has made the headlines, most frequently and  brings in a positive change to Kerala society. The Newsmaker of the year is chosen by the viewer’s through SMS and online voting. The aim is to honour a personality, who by the merit of his or her work, made it to the headlines frequently and influenced public opinion.

This year our viewers have chosen Manju Warrier as the Newsmaker of the year. Warrier is an ace dancer and an actor of eminence, who came back to Malayalam cinema after a gap of 14 years. Her comeback was through a very socially relevant film which discussed the issues and dilemmas of a middle class housewife. The award was handed over by actor, social activist and national award winner Shabana Azmi.

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