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India: MSN poll finds the best and worst of 2011

 

January 9 2011: Surprises galore in MSN poll results: Katrina, not Vidya; Modi, not Anna

At the dawn of 2012,MSN India invited consumers to vote for the best and the worst of 2011, under the categories: Bollywood, Sports, leaders and the most admired women. 5.2 million voted – and the results are now in:
Bollywood


Best Actor (Male): The‘Shaitan’ of Bollywood, Rajeev Khandelwal has bagged the ‘Best ActorMale’ titleHe has beaten the more obvious, Shahrukh,the King Khan and Imran Khan, the chocolate boy!
Best Actor (Female): KatrinaKaif. So ‘Shiela Ki Jawani’ has eclipsed ‘Silk Smita’ and Katrina has beaten Vidya Balan for the top spot.
Worst Actor (Male): The award goes to Himesh Reshammiya. We Indians admire bravery and thisman is the bravest person in Bollywood currently. If you do not believe us, kindly watch his movies. Worst Actor (Female): Esha Deol. At least she won something.
Best Film: Bodyguard. LovelySingh gave a tough competition to other contenders, Delhi Belly and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. SalmanBhai is pretty hard to beat! And with this, the bad boy of Bollywood has ruled the people’s hearts two years in a row
Worst Film: Mausam. One of the reviews said that the movie was so long that India could have accommodated a couple of terror attacks by the time the movie finished.

Sports
Indian Sportsman of the year: M S Dhoni is the undoubted winner. Why not? After the legendary Kapil Dev, this is the next man who won the world cup for us.
Best Indian Sporting event: The Cricket World Cup, what else… but there is just a difference of 1000 votes between the Cricket World Cup and the Hockey World Cup.
Most followed Indian Sport: It’s Cricket for the most obvious reasons but here too the difference between Cricket and Hockey is a mere 64 votes. 

Leaders
Most Admired Indian Leader: Narendra Modi wins this title and beating other hot favourites Anna Hazare and Rahul Gandhi in the process.
Women
Most Admired Indian Female Icon: Kiran Bedi wins this well deserved title for her fight against corruption.

To see the results from Poll, Logon to http://specials.msn.co.in/sp11/yearendspecial/index.aspx  




    


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