New Delhi: 'Son of Sardar' stars Ajay Devgn and Sonakshi Sinha have been named as the worst actors of 2012 while 'Joker' has earned Shirish Kunder the worst film and director trophies at the 5th annual Golden Kela awards here.
Shah Rukh Khan was given a special award 'Superhit of 2012' for his alleged slap episode with Kunder, who was also a winner in 'Beta Tumse Na Ho Payega' (son, this is beyond you) category.
The awards, modelled on Golden Raspberry Awards, celebrate the best of the worst in Bollywood.
Superstar Salman Khan starrer 'Dabang 2' won the award for worst sequel of 2012 while Bhatt camp was blamed for making "series of irritating movies and horrible sequels" at the awards held here.
"We do this every year from past five years because we love cinema. We don't make any money out of it," said Jatin Varma, Founder, Golden Kela Awards.
Honouring the best films of last year, the Anti-Kela awards were given to 'Paan Singh Tomar', 'Kahaani', 'Vicky Donor' and 'Gangs of Wasseypur'.
Advaita Kala, writer of 'Kahaani' was present at the event to collect the Anti-Kela award on behalf of the cast and crew of 'Kahaani'.
"This is the first time that I have come for an award function. So, it is very special and memorable. The award is special for me as the story has a strong female character," Kala said.
The most 'Atrocious' lyrics award was won by Anvita Dutt for her song 'Ishq Wala Love' from the movie 'Student of the Year'. Dutt was present at the ceremony to receive her award, becoming the first person to receive her Golden Kela in person.
"When I was writing the song, Shekhar (Music Director) came to me and said you will win an award for the song one day. When I got to know of the nomination I called them to say if you will give me an award I will wear my most expensive
designer saree and they said these awards are not rigged though I am genuinely touched to receive the award," Dutt said before thanking Karan Johar for the trophy.
The most irritating song award was given to 'Chinta Ta Chita Chita' from 100-crore earning film 'Rowdy Rathore'.
'Why Are You Still Trying' award went to actor Jackky Bhagnani, whose latest release was 'Rangrezz'.
The quirky award ceremony also slammed Indian audiences for spending money on bad movies and helping them earn 100 crores. The audience was given 'Bawara ho gaya hai ke' (Have you gone mad) award.
The organisers of the event paid their tribute to comedian Japsal Bhatti, who was the first and only recipient of 'Lifetime Achievement Golden Kela' award. Jaspal Bhatti died in October, 2012 in a car accident.