Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

South Indian International Movie Awards 2022 (SIIMA), one of the biggest award events, was held on Saturday and Sunday in Bengaluru for the first time. Thanks to Kannada Film Industry's Rocking Star Yash. It was Yash who took the initiative and brought SIIMA to Karnataka and with this, another long-awaited dream of the actor is fulfilled.

The grand award event, SIIMA was a huge success in Karnataka and everyone showered praises on the state for hosting the most prestigious event. Admirers may not have missed the chance to take watch the rocking award ceremony, where Pushpa met Rocky, Ranveer Singh taught Vijay Deverakonda his hook steps and several more memorable moments. 

But, many must be unaware that it was Yash's dream to see some big award shows hosted in Bengaluru someday. Yes, it was Yash who requested SIIMA to be hosted in Karnataka and unable to let him down they kept his words, and the mega event was hosted in the State.

SIIMA thanked Yash for bringing them to Bengaluru for the ceremony. Moreover, the attendees also complimented Yash for the historic initiative.

Even Yash also expressed his delight about the same.

Yash mentioned that earlier the actors used to travel to other cities for such prestigious events. However, this time it has come to Bengaluru which is only the beginning. Slowly this will expand to all states and no longer remain limited to just one or two cities in the South film industry.

Following the monstrous success of KGF: Chapter 2, Yash went on to become a global icon. With this, the regional industry KFI also got recognised with global standards. While Yash went on to become a household name, he also opened the doors for several notable award ceremonies and events, which started with the 10th edition of SIIMA.

Showering praises for their matinee idol, fans of Yash hailed him for such a big initiative. Netizens are also anticipating that not just South movie awards, the Rocking Star will also bring the most prestigious award event of the Indian Cine Industry, Filmfare, to Karnataka, someday.