MUMBAI: Indian actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman was honoured at FICCI FRAMES 2011.
While Aishwarya was given an award for a decade in acting excellence and global recognition, Jackman received the FICCI Frames Excellence International Honour.
In honor of Aishwarya’s contribution to Indian cinema, FICCI created a special audio visual presentation of her journey through the decade including all her films. Her global recognition, appeal and her social commitments were also showcased to the audiences via this AV. "It is a huge honour and I am grateful to FICCI for giving me this award. I am humbled," Aishwarya said.
"It is a huge honour and I am grateful to FICCI for giving me this award. I am humbled," Aishwarya said.
A memento of appreciation to Jackman was presented by Aishwarya.
Additionally, the Shah Rukh Khan starrer My Name Is Khan and Salman Khan’s Dabangg also won accolades at FICCI Frames. While Dabangg bagged two awards namely – Best Film and Best Debutant (Female) for Sonakshi Sinha; Shah Rukh Khan was given the Best Actor award for My Name is Khan. Director Karan Johar won the Best Director award for MNIK.