Kalasha Awards 2021 winners full list, actress Sarah Hassan dominates the award ceremony

Judy Kibinge and Kelvin Muriithi Mbui Kalasha awards 2021 photos
Judy Kibinge and Kelvin Muriithi Mbui. [Twitter]

 

For two years flying, a well-known actress revolved film director, and producer Sarah Hassan won many people hearts this year with a Kalasha International Award 2021.

She won the greatly desired Best Lead Actress in a Film award 2021. Her film 'Just in Time' won in several categories.

Sarah has dominated the Kenyan film and TV screens after she mopped all the top honours with different productions. She raked among the best 31 awards slots during the glitz ceremony attended by the elites of the entertainment industry.


Her Showmax aired series, 'Crime and Justice', won her the Best Lead Actress in a TV Drama with her 'Just in Time' film producing the Best Lead Actor in a Film, an award that went to actor Mawuli Gavor.


'Just in Time' won in the Best Feature Film category. 'Just in Time' is a romantic-comedy movie directed by Dolapo Adeleke and Sarah Hassan.

Full List of Kalasha International Awards winners 2021


  • Best Lead Actor in a Film: Mawuli Gavor in Just in Time
  • Best Lead Actress in a Film: Sarah Hassan in Just in Time
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Film: John Ndegwa in Kutu
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Film: Catherine Kamau in Kutu
  • Best Sound Designer: Kelvin Osoo in House of Secrets
  • Best Original Score: Karanja Kiarie in Crossroads
  • Best Documentary: Kesho Pia Ni Siku by Ngendo Mukii
  • Best Editor: Faith Musembi in Tales of the Accidental City
  • Best Lighting Technician: Walter Odhiambo in Adisa
  • Best Special Effects: Philip Kesenwa and Paul Jackton in Mission to Rescue
  • Best Special Effects: Philip Kesenwa and Paul Jackton in Mission to Rescue
  • Best Original Screenplay: Dennis Humprey in Fikirini
  • Best Feature Film: Just in Time by Sarah Hassan and Dolabo Adelele
  • Best Director of Photography: Ryan Tenga in Teleport
  • Best Short Film: Kutu by Peter Wangugi
  • Best Local Language Film: Fikirini by Dennis Humphrey
  • Best Director: Michelle Donde and Steph Sevani in House of Secrets
  • Best Production Designer: Harrison Mutinda in Mission to Rescue
  • Best Lead Actor in a TV Drama: Joe Kinywa (Njoro) in Njoro wa Uba
  • Best Lead Actress in a TV Drama: Sarah Hassan (Detective Makena) in Crime and Justice
  • Kituo Halisi Award: KU TV
  • Best Performance in a TV Comedy: Frank Kimani (Mr Wang’ombe) in Varshita
  • Best TV Drama: Njoro wa Uba by Lucy Mwangi
  • Best Host in a TV Show: Abigael Wariaga (Captain Abby) in Bururi wa Ciana
  • Best TV Advertisement: Copia
  • Best Animation: Mondays and Fridays by Shawn Mwendwa
  • Best Kids Production: Bururi wa Ciana by Susan Njoki
  • Best International Award (Eastern Africa): Egna (Ethiopia) by Yoseph Baye
  • Best Feature by a Student: House of Secrets (USIU) by USIU Africa
  • Best Documentary by a Student: Beautiful Eyes by Kelvin Muriithi
  • Best TV Comedy: The XYX Show by King Muriuki
  • Best Lifetime Achiever: Judy Kibinge



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