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Awards and nominations At The Star Screen Awards 2016, the film won three awards: "Best Screenplay (drama film)" "Best Supporting Actress – a female" for Sunny Leone's supporting role in the film "Best Comic-strip" for the actor Naseeruddin Shah's supporting role in the film At Filmfare Awards 2016, the film won two awards: "Best Supporting Actor – a male" for Naseeruddin Shah's supporting role in the film "Best Film – the mass" At IIFA Awards 2016, the film won one award: "Best Supporting Actor – a male" for Naseeruddin Shah's supporting role in the film See also List of Bollywood films of 2016 References External links Category:2010s Hindi-language films Category:2016 films Category:Indian comedy films Category:Indian films Category:Indian comedy-drama films Category:Indian romantic comedy films Category:Indian romantic drama films Category:Films set in Mumbai Category:2010s comedy-drama films Category:Films set in 1980 Category:Films set in India Category:Films scored by Hitesh SonikThe role of a dorsal occipital lobe in short-term retention and manipulation of visual information. In order to investigate the neural correlates of visual information processing, we presented masked stimuli which were briefly perceived, as well as masked stimuli that were perceived through and responded to. Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded from subjects who were attending to the stimuli. The results indicated that: (1) a group of negative-going wave components which appeared as early as 100 ms and peaked at 180 ms in the occipital region could be recorded in the stimulus-unperceived condition, and that this component did not correlate with response speed; (2) a group of negative-going wave components which appeared as early as 160 ms and peaked at 280 ms in the stimulus-perceived condition, and was correlated with response speed; and (3) the amplitudes of these two groups of components were larger when the subjects were attending to the stimuli. These results suggest that the stimulus-perceived condition might have involved more cortical activities than the stimulus-unperceived condition, and that these components may reflect the increase in the number of cortical activities during perceptual or attentional processing of a stimulus.