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South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) : With over 500 Movies being released ever year, South Indian Film Industry is one of the largest film industries in the world. SIIMA creates the platform for South Indian Films to go global and helps South Indian stars reach out to their fans globally.
As Indian cinema is making a strong impact globally, it’s time for South Indian Cinema to claim its space in the realm of world cinema. It’s time for Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam industries to occupy centre stage. It’s time to put our hands together to welcome SIIMA. SIIMA, an acronym for South Indian International Movie Awards, is a one-of-its-kind endeavour to present South Indian Cinema on a global platform. SIIMA promises to be an event that film lovers across the world would sit up and watch with bated breath. After creating history in the previous two years, this year SIIMA travels to the enthralling city of Malaysia taking the South Indian Cinema a step ahead on the global platform by making a mark overseas. SIIMA is scheduled to be held on September 12th & 13th, 2014 in Kuala Lampur– Malaysia. It is a magic waiting to unfold. It is a celebration to honour the abundant talent in south cinema in addition to bringing fans and their favourite stars closer. Film lovers, supporters, fraternity and admirers from all over the world will come together to celebrate South Indian Cinema while millions across the globe will witness history being made on their television screens. The awards night is packed with scintillating performances and breathtaking acts by some of the biggest stars from the four industries.
Among hundreds of films released in the year 2013, SIIMA has taken on the daunting task of short listing films of all South Indian languages – Telugu, Tamil, Kannada & Malayalam – that have towered over the rest and won the appreciation of the audience. The nominees are chosen by a panel of experts while winners will be decided by public vote.
SIIMA Founder & Managing Director : Vishnu Vardhan Induri