Prag Cine Awards

Prag Cine Awards are presented annually by Prag News & Rengoni, a satellite television channel from Assam. The aim of the award to give support, recognition and inspiration to the Assamese film industry and honour some of the eminent film personalities who have contributed to the cause of Assamese cinema of Assam. The award was first instituted in the year 2003.[1][2] Starting from 2015, films produced in other Northeastern states were also honored in this ceremony.[3]

Prag Cine Awards
Prag Cine Awards North-East 2018
Awarded forBest in cinemas of Assam and North-East India
Presented byPrag News
First awarded2003


Ceremony Date Venue Host(s) Life Time Achievement
1st Prag Cine Awards28 February 2004Nehru Stadium, GuwahatiBhupen Hazarika
2nd Prag Cine Awards5 March 2005Nehru Stadium, GuwahatiJnanada Kakati
3rd Prag Cine Awards12 April 2012GMCH Auditorium, GuwahatiNipon Goswami
4th Prag Cine Awards14 April 2013GMCH Auditorium, GuwahatiPranjal Saikia, Zerifa WahidBiju Phukan
5th Prag Cine Awards22 March 2014Koramangala Indoor Stadium, BangaloreKopil Bora, Zerifa WahidMridula Barua
6th Prag Cine Awards North-East21–22 March 2015Chowkidingee Field, DibrugarhNishita Goswami, Nabish AlamBishnu Kharghoria
7th Prag Cine Awards North-East14–15 May 2016Church Field, TezpurBarsha Rani Bishaya, Kopil Bora, Nishita GoswamiBidya Rao
8th Prag Cine Awards North-East17–18 June 2017Bodofa Cultural Complex, KokrajharMunin Barua[4]
9th Prag Cine Awards North-East 26–27 May 2018 Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) Auditorium, Guwahati Kualada Kumar Bhattacharya[5]
10th Prag Cine Awards North-East 1–2 June 2019 Neheruwali, Nagon


Awards for films from Assam

  • Best Film
  • Best Popular Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Debut Director
  • Best Actor Male
  • Best Actor Female
  • Best Supporting Actor Male
  • Best Supporting Actor Female
  • Best Music Direction
  • Best Lyrics
  • Best Playback Singer Male
  • Best Playback Singer Female
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Screenplay
  • Best Choreography
  • Best Sound (Re-recording/Mixing)
  • Best Art Direction
  • Best Makeup
  • Best Costume
  • Best Film other than Assamese

Awards for films from rest of northeast India

  • Best Film North-East
  • Best Director North-East
  • Best Actor North-East Male
  • Best Actor North-East Female

See also


  1. "4th Prag Cine Awards, 7 Assamese Films in the Competition | Northeast Today". 2012-03-26. Retrieved 2013-04-05.
  2. "The Sentinel". Retrieved 2013-04-05.
  3. "Prag Cine Award on March 21, 22". The Assam Tribune. Guwahati. 27 January 2015. Retrieved 28 March 2015.
  4. "Kokrajhar to host Prag Cine Awards 2017". The Assam Tribune. 11 June 2017. Retrieved 13 June 2017.
  5. "Govinda at Prag Cine Awards 2018 » Northeast Today". Northeast Today. 2018-05-29. Retrieved 2018-06-19.
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