Kajol reacts to Ajay Devgn’s National Tanhaji Award | Exclusive


Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior won three awards at the 68th National Film Awards. Kajol exclusively tells IndiaToday.in that she is very proud of the whole team.

Kajol is full of praise and delighted as Tanhaji with Ajay Devgn wins the 68th National Film Awards.


  • Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior won three awards at the 68th National Film Awards.
  • Ajay Devgn wins his third National Film Award for Tanhaji.
  • Kajol praises the team, in an exclusive chat with IndiaToday.in.

The 68th National Film Awards were announced today. Tanaji: The Unsung Warrior became the overall winner by taking home three awards. Ajay Devgn won the best actor award for the film. The film also won in the Popular Film category for Wholesome Entertainment, as well as an award for Best Costume Design. Ajay Devgn shared his excitement as co-producer and actor of Tanhaji over the big win. The film also featured Kajol in a leading role. She played the role of Savitribai Malusare, the courageous wife of Tanhaji. Sharing her excitement for the win, Kajol exclusively told IndiaToday.in that she thinks it was a win for everyone attached to the film because a film is not made by one person.


In an exclusive statement to IndiaToday.in, Kajol said, “So happy and proud that Tanhaji has won these awards. It’s a vindication of all our hard work. It’s a win for every person in the movie. Because a film is made by all the people who compose it. Not just one person. Thank you to the jury for choosing us among all the other films. Kajol’s brief role as Savitri left a lasting impression on the film. She brought a sense of strength and vulnerability to the character, which is inescapable.


Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior was directed by Om Raut and stars Saif Ali Khan and Sharad Kelkar. The film was released in 2020 and was one of the highest grossing films of the year. Ajay played the lead warrior role and received praise for his flawless performance.


Ajay played the role of Chhatrapati Shivaji’s right-hand man, Subhedar Tanhaji Malusare. He stood against the muscle of the ruthless Mughal leader Udaybhan Singh Rathore to take over Kondhana for the Maratha Empire. The film was co-produced by T series Bhushan Kumar with Ajay Devgn FFilms. Kajol and Ajay returned to the screens for the first time in two decades with Tanhaji.

Ajay has previously won the National Award for Zakhm (1998) and The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002).

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