Mittal led the field with a fortune estimated at 19.25 billion pounds.
Two new entrants in the latest top list are art collector David Khalili and businessman Jim Ratcliffe.
The African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) was held on the 17th March 2007,in Bayelsa State. Hollywood stars Cuba Gooding Jr and Mo'nique, from Miss Parkers were present at the Awards.
These are the winners of the recently staged third edition of the AMAA.
Best Nigerian Film: Sitanda
Best Cinematography: Amazing Grace
Best Indigenous Film: Irapada (A Yoruba movie)
Best Documentary Feature: Conversations on a Sunday afternoon (South Africa)
Best Achievement in Costume: Apesin (A Yoruba film)
Best Visual Effect: Snake Girl
Best Performance by a Child: Samuel Olaseinde (Abeni)
Best Editing: Mokili (Burkina Faso)
Best Original Sound track: Iwalewa (Yoruba movie)
Best Sound: Abeni (Yoruba movie)
Original Screen play: Sitanda
Achievement in Make-up: Azima
Best Upcoming Artiste: Ali Nuhu in 'Sitanda'
Best Actor in Support Role: Bruno Iwuoha
Best Actress in Support Role: Jackie Agyemani in 'The President's Daughter'.
Best Actress in a Lead Role: Chioma Chukwuka in 'Sins of the Flesh'.
Best Actor in a Lead Role: Olu Jacobs in 'Dancing Heart'.
Best Director:Izu Chukwu in 'Sitanda'.
Omotola Jolade Ekeinde
Hey Dijana, i know none of ur favorite movies are here,i dont even know any of the movies that won but these are the results.
They will be sworn in on the 29th of May,2007.
I hope things change in this country cos the soon-to-be President has helped clear the country's debts, brought investments into the country and has bn able to put 46billion dollars in our reserve.
Good luck to them!