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Bollywood dominated India’s 52nd National Film Awards, announced Wednesday in New Delhi.

Madhur Bhandarkar-helmed “Page 3” took best picture, screenplay and editing for its gritty look at the seamier side of Mumbai’s party scene.

Popular film category was shared by Yash Chopra-helmed “Veer Zaara,” starring Shah Rukh Khan and Priety Zinta, and Tamil-lingo “The Autograph.”

Director kudos went to Bengali-lingo vet Budhadeb Dasgupta for his “Swapner Din … Chased by Dreams.”

Bollywood’s Saif Ali Khan took actor for Yashraj Films’ “Hum Tum” (Me and You).

Tara bagged actress for her portrayal in the Kannada-lingo, Girish Kasaravalli-helmed “Haseena.”

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