The year 2000 witnessed the birth of IIFA (International Indian Film Academy) awards. Browse through the article to know more about the IIFA best editing award


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IIFA Best Editing

The IIFA (International Indian Film Academy) awards were the first entertainment group to promote Indian cinema globally. The grand event was first organized at the ‘Millennium Dome’ in London. Film editing is an art of storytelling which involves the process of selection and combining of shots into sequences. Film editing is a part of the post-production process of filmmaking. The IIFA best editing award was introduced to honor an artist who exhibits his/her special talent in making the film a big success. The best editing award was first introduced in 2003 and was presented to Chandan Arora for the film ‘Company’. He kick started his career as an assistant director in the year 1999 and also worked with director Ram Gopal Varma as an editor for many films. Listed below are the best editors who bagged the prestigious trophy in this award category. 

Samsung International Indian Film Academy Winners For Best Editing Award Were:

Year
Winner
Film
2010
Rajkumar Hirani
3 Idiots
2009
Ballu Saluja
Jodhaa Akbar
2008
Amitabh Shukla
Chak De India
2003
Chandan Arora
Company

  
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