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60th Idea Filmfare Awards 2013 (South) Nominations

We present to you the 60th Idea Filmfare Awards 2013 (South) Nominations, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam





60TH IDEA FILMFARE AWARDS 2013 (SOUTH)
KANNADA NOMINATIONS


BEST FILM

ADDURI
DRAMA
EDEGARIKE
KRANTIVEERA SANGOLLI RAYANNA
SIDLINGU

BEST DIRECTOR

AP ARJUN - ADDURI
NAGANNA - KRANTIVEERA SANGOLLIRAYANNA
SANTHU - ALEMARI
SUMANA KITTUR - EDEGARIKE
VIJAYAPRASAD - SIDLINGU

BEST ACTOR (MALE)

AUDITYA - EDEGARIKE
DARSHAN - KRANTIVEERA SANGOLLI RAYANNA
PUNEETH RAJKUMAR - ANNA BOND
YASH - DRAMA
YOGESH - SIDLINGU



BEST ACTOR ( FEMALE)

PRANEETHA - BHEEMA THEERADALLI
PRIYAMANI - CHARULATHA
POOJA GANDHI - DANDUPALYA
RAMYA - SIDLINGU
RADHIKA PANDIT - ADDURI


BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE ( MALE)

ATUL KULKARNI - EDEGARIKE
RAVIKALE - DANDUPALYA
SAIKUMAR - KALPANA
SHARAN - PARIJATHA
SHIVAKUMAR - KRANTIVEERA SANGOLLI RAYANNA

BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE ( FEMALE)

CATHERINE - GODFATHER
JAYAPRADA - KRANTIVEERA SANGOLLI RAYANNA
SINDHU LOKNATH - DRAMA
SUMAN RANGANATH - SIDLINGU
UMASHRI - ALEMARI

BEST MUSIC DIRECTOR

ANUP SILEEN - SIDLINGU
ARJUN JANYA - ALEMARI
GURUKIRAN - GOVINDAYANAMAHA
V. HARIKRISHNA - ANNA BOND
V. HARIKRISHNA - DRAMA



BEST LYRICS

JAYANTH KAIKINI - ANNA BOND - YENENDU HESARIDALI
KAVIRAJ - ROMEO - AALOCHANE…
PAWAN WODEYAR - GOVINDAYANAMAHA - PYARGE AAG****AITHE…
V. NAGENDRA PRASAD - RAMBO - MANETANKA BARE…
YOGRAJ BHAT - DRAMA- BOMBE ADSONU


BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (MALE)

AVINASH CHEBRI - SIDLINGU - ELLELLO ODUVA MANASE
CHETAN - GOVINDAYANAMAHA - PYAARGE AAG****AITHE
FAYAZ KHAN - ALEMARI - ALE ALEYO
SONU NIIGAAM - DRAMA - CHENDUTIYA PAKKADALI
V. HARIKRISHNA - ADDURI - AMMATE AMMATE



BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (FEMALE)

ANURADHA BHAT - SIDLINGU - YELLOLLO VODUVA MANASU
INDU NAGARAJ - GOVINDAYANAMAHA - PYARGE AAG****AITHE
SHREYA GHOSHAL - ANNA BOND - YENENDU HESARISALI
SHREYA GHOSHAL - ROMEO - ALOCHANE
VANI HARIKRISHNA - ADDURI - MUSSANJE VELELI




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Kannada cinema

  • Filmfare Award for Best Film – Kannada: since 1969
  • Filmfare Award for Best Director – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada: since 2006




Filmfare Award for Best Film – Kannada

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The Kannada Filmfare Best Film Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Kannada films.
Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.
Year Film Producer Ref
2011 Olave Mandhara B. Govinda Raju [1]
2010 Jackie Parvathamma Rajkumar [2]
2009 Maleyali Jotheyali Shilpa Ganesh [3]
2008 Moggina Manasu E. Krishnappa [4]
2007 Aa Dinagalu Syed Aman, MS Raveendra [5]
2006 Mungaru Male E. Krishnappa [6]
2005 Nenapirali
[7]
2004 Aaptamitra Dwarakish [8]
2003 Paris Pranaya Tumkur Dayanand [9]
2002 Dweepa Soundarya [10]
2001 Kothigalu Sir Kothigalu Jai Jagadish [11]
2000 Sparsha
[12]
1999 Upendra Upendra [13]
1998 Thaayi Saheba Jayamala [14]
1997 Bhoomi Geetha

1996 Janumada Jodi Puneeth Rajkumar [15]
1995 Beladingala Baale Sunil Kumar Desai [16]
1994


1993 Aakasmika S.A.Govindaraj [citation needed]
1992 Mysooru Mallige Srihari Khoday [citation needed]
1991 Gauri Ganesha Viswasagar [citation needed]
1990


1989 Sankranthi
[17]
1988 Aasphota V.Verghese [18]
1987


1986


1985


1984


1983


1982 Bara

1981 Ranganayaki

1980 Ellindalo Bandavaru

1979 Dharmasere

1978 Ondanondu Kaladalli

1977 Tabbaleyu Neenade Magane

1976 Tulasi

1975 Chomana Dudi

1974 Kaadu

1973 Nagarahaavu

1972 Vamsha Vriksha

1971 Shara Panjara

1970 Shree Krishna Devaraya

1969 Namma Makkalu


Filmfare Award for Best Director – Kannada

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The Filmfare Best Director Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Kannada (Sandalwood) films. The award was first given in 1972.[1]
Year Director Film Ref
2011 Jayathirtha Olave Mandhara [2]
2010 Girish Kasaravalli Kanasemba Kudureyaneri [3]
2009 Guruprasad Eddelu Manjunatha [4]
2008 Shashank Moggina Manasu [5]
2007 K. M. Chaitanya Aa Dinagalu
2006 Indrajith Lankesh Aishwarya [6]
2005 Ratnaja Nenapirali [7]
2004 P. Vasu Aaptamitra [8]
2003 Arun Prasad Kichha
2002 Girish Kasaravalli Dweepa [9]
2001 Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar Nanna Preethiya Hudugi [10]
2000 Sunil Kumar Desai Sparsha [11]
1999 Upendra Upendra [12]
1998 Girish Kasaravalli Thaayi Saheba [13]
1997 Kesari Haravu Bhoomi Geetha
1996 T. S. Nagabharana Janumada Jodi
1995 Sunil Kumar Desai Beladingala Baale [14]
1994


1993 Rajendra Singh Babu Hoovu Hannu [citation needed]
1992 T. S. Nagabharana Mysore mallige [citation needed]
1991 Lokesh Bhujangayyana Dashavathara [citation needed]
1990


1989 Sunil Kumar Desai Tarka [15]
1988 Dinesh Baboo Suprabhata [16]
1987 T. S. Nagabharana

1986


1985


1984


1983


1982 M. S. Sathyu Bara
1981 Puttanna Kanagal Ranganayaki
1980 Shankar Nag Minchina Ota
1979 Puttanna Kanagal Dharmasere
1978 Girish Karnad Ondanondu Kaladalli
1977 Prakash Rao Ganda Hendati
1976 G. V. Iyer Hamsa Geethe
1975 B. V. Karanth Chomana Dudi
1974 Girish Karnad Kaadu
1973 Puttanna Kanagal Edakallu Guddada Mele
1972 B. V. Karanth,
Girish Karnad
Vamsha Vriksha


Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada

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The Filmfare Best Actor Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Kannada (Sandalwood) films. The Award was first given in 1972.[1]
Year Actor Film Ref
2011 Puneeth Rajkumar Hudugaru [2]
2010 Shivrajkumar Thamassu [3]
2009 Ganesh Maleyali Jotheyali [4]
2008 Ganesh Gaalipata [5]
2007 Vijay Duniya [6]
2006 Puneet Rajkumar Arasu [7]
2005 Prem Kumar Nenapirali [8]
2004 Vishnuvardhan Apthamitra [9]
2003 Sudeep Swathi Muthu [10]
2002 Sudeep Nandi [11]
2001 Sudeep Huchha [12]
2000 Vishnuvardhan Yajamana [13]
1999 Shivaraj Kumar AK-47 [14]
1998 Ramesh Aravind Hoomale [15]
1997 Ramesh Aravind Amrutha Varshini [15]
1996 Shivaraj Kumar Nammoora Mandara Hoove
1995 Shivaraj Kumar Om [16]
1994


1993 Rajkumar Aakasmika [citation needed]
1992 Charuhasan Kubi Mattu Iyala [citation needed]
1991 Ananth Nag Gauri Ganesha [citation needed]
1990


1989 Ananth Nag Hendathigi Helabadi [17]
1988 Vishnuvardhan Suprabatha [18]
1987 Kamal Haasan Pushpaka Vimana
1986 Ambarish Olavina udugore
1985 Rajkumar

1984 Vishnuvardhan Bandhana
1983


1982 Ananth Nag Bara
1981 Rajkumar Keralida Simha
1980 Lokesh Ellindalo Bandavaru [19]
1979 Ananth Nag Naa Ninna Bidalaare [19]
1978 Rajkumar Shankar Guru [19]
1977 Mano Tabbaleyu neenade magane [19]
1976 Srinath Besuge [19]
1975 Rajkumar Mayura [19]
1974 Lokesh Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu [19]
1973 Rajkumar Gandhada Gudi [19]
1972 Venkata Rao Talegiri Vamsha Vriksha [19]


Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada

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Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in Kannada films
Country India
Presented by Filmfare
First awarded 1970 (for performances in films released around Kannada films of 1969)
Currently held by Ramya,
Sanju Weds Geetha (2011)
Official website Filmfare Awards
The Filmfare Best Actress Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Kannada films. The awards were extended to "Best Actress" in 1972.[1] The year indicates the year of release of the film.
Year Actress Film Link
2011 Ramya Sanju Weds Geetha [2]
2010 Radhika Pandit Krishnan Love Story [3]
2009 Radhika Pandit Love Guru [3]
2008 Radhika Pandit Moggina Manasu [4]
2007 Rashmi Duniya [5]
2006 Ramya Tananam Tananam [6]
2005 Vidya Venkatesh Nenapirali [7]
2004 Soundarya Apthamitra [8]
2003 Meena Swathi Muthu [9]
2002 Soundarya Dweepa [10]
2001 Prema Kanasugara [11]
2000 Sudha Rani Sparsha [12]
1999 Tara Kanooru Heggadithi [13]
1998 Jayamala Thaayi Saheba [14]
1997 Suhasini Amrutha Varshini [15]
1996 Shilpa Janumada Jodi [16]
1995 Shruti Agatha [17]
1994

1993 Lakshmi Hoovu Hannu [citation needed]
1992 Sudha Rani Mysooru Mallige [citation needed]
1991 Malashri Hrudaya Haadithu [citation needed]
1990 Suhasini Muthina Haara [18]
1989 Saritha Sankranthi [19]
1988 Suhasini Suprabatha [20]
1987


1986 Saritha Mouna geethe
1985 Saritha Mugila malligey
1984 Suhasini Bandhana [15]
1983 Suhasini Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu [15]
1982 Saritha Hosa Belaku [21]
1981 Aarathi Ranganayaki [21]
1980 Ashwini Savithri [21]
1979 Aarathi Dharmasere [21]
1978 Shobha Aparichita [21]
1977 Manjula Deepa[disambiguation needed] [21]
1976 Jayanthi Tulasi [21]
1975 Aarathi Shubhamangala [21]
1974 Aarathi Upaasane [21]
1973 Jayanthi Edakallu Guddada Mele [21]
1972 Kalpana Yaava Janmada Maitri [21]


Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Kannada

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The Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Kannada (Sandalwood) films.
Year Actor Film Ref
2011 Ravi Shankar Kempegowda [1]
2010 Avinash Aptharakshaka [2]
2009 Achyuth Kumar Josh
2008 Yash Moggina Manasu
2007 Sharath Lohitashwa Aa Dinagalu
2006 Rangayana Raghu Cyanide [3]


Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Kannada

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The Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Kannada (Sandalwood) films.
Year Actor Film Ref
2011 Shruti Puttakkana Highway [1]
2010 Umashree Krishnan Love Story [2]
2009 Tulasi Shivamani Josh
2008 Shubha Poonja Moggina Manasu
2007 Tara Ee Bhandana
2006 Leelavathi Kannadada Kanda [3]


Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Kannada

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The Kannada Filmfare Best Music Director Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Kannada films.
Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.
Year Music Director Film Ref
2011 Jassie Gift Sanju Weds Geetha [1]
2010 V. Harikrishna[2] Jackie
2009 V. Harikrishna Raaj The Showman
2008 V. Harikrishna Gaalipata
2007 Mano Murthy Milana
2006 Mano Murthy Mungaru Male
2005 Hamsalekha Nenapirali
2004 Gurukiran Apthamitra
2003 R. P. Patnaik Excuse Me
2002 Gurukiran Dhum
2001 Gurukiran Chitra
2000 Hamsalekha Preethse
1999 K. Kalyan Chandramuki Pranasakhi
1998 Hamsalekha Yaare Neenu Cheluve
1997 V. Manohar Laali
1996 V. Manohar Janumada Jodi [3]
1995 No Award
[4]
1994 Hamsalekha Muttanna
1993 Hamsalekha[citation needed] Aakasmika
1992 C.Ashwath[citation needed] Mysore mallige
1991 Hamsalekha Ramachaari [citation needed]


Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Kannada

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The Kannada Filmfare Best Lyricist Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Kannada films.
Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.
Year Lyricist Film & Song Ref
2011 Kaviraj Sanju Weds Geetha - Sanju Mattu Geetha [1]
2010 Kaviraj Aptharakshaka - Gharane [2]
2009 Jayant Kaikini Manasaare - Ello Maleyaagideyandu [3]
2008 Jayanth Kaikini Gaalipata - Minchagi Neenu Baralu
2007 V. Manohar Pallakki
2006 K. Kalyan Tananum Tananum


Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Kannada

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The Filmfare Best Male Playback Award - Kannada is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Kannada films.
Winners

Year Singer Film Song Ref
2011 Chethan Lifu Ishtene Yaarig Helona [1]
2010 S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Aptharakshaka Gharane Ghara Gharane [2]
2009 Chethan Ambari Yaare Nee Devatheya [3]
2008 Sonu Nigam Mussanjemaatu Enaagali Munde Saagali [4]
2007 Sonu Nigam Milana Ninnindale [5]
2006 Hemanth Kallarali Hoovagi Kallarali Hoovaagi (Title Track)


Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada

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The Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback - Kannada is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Kannada films.
Winners

Year Singer Film Ref
2011 Shreya Ghoshal Sanju Weds Geetha [1]
2010 Sunitha Gopraju Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu [2]
2009 Shamitha Malnad Birugali [3]
2008 Shreya Ghoshal Mussanjemaatu [4]
2007 Nanditha Duniya [5]
2006 K. S. Chithra My Autograph [6]


Filmfare Awards South



Filmfare Awards South
Awarded for Best in film
Country India
Presented by Filmfare
First awarded
  • Tamil (1954)
  • Telugu (1954)
  • Malayalam (1967)
  • Kannada (1970)

Filmfare Awards South is the South Indian segment of the annual Filmfare Awards, presented by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the South Indian film industry. The awards are separately given for Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films.

The awards were introduced in 1954 around the films released 1953, the same year as the National Film Awards. Initially they were referred to as the "Clare Awards", named after Clare Mendonca, the editor of The Times of India. Unlike the National Film Awards, which are decided by a panel appointed by Government of India, the Filmfare Awards South are voted for by both the public and a committee of experts. The Filmfare Awards have been often referred to as Indian film industry's equivalent to the Oscars.

History

The awards were first given in 1954 and the ceremony used to be held at the Kalaivanar Arangam, Chennai.[2] Later the ceremony shifted to the distinctive Music Academy. In 1954 initially only Tamil and Telugu films were considered for the awards and from 1966 Malayalam films were added.[2] Kannada films became a part of the event in 1969.[2] In 1972 the awards were extended to Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Director categories in all south Indian films.[3] Categories for Special Awards were introduced in the 1980s and Best Music Direction in 1990s. Lifetime Achievement Award - South was first given in 1992. Award for Best Male debut and Female debut were given irregularly during the same period. Categories for Best Male Playback Singing and Best Female Playback Singing were introduced in 1997 . In 2002, awards for Best Supporting actors were given for Tamil and Telugu films. Since 2005, these awards were extended to the Malayalam and Kannada film industries. In the same year additional categories such as Best Lyricist, Best Playback Singing were also introduced. Awards for Best Comedian were given from 2002 till 2006 and discontinued later.

Filmfare statuette

The statuette, depicting a woman whose arms uprise in a dance number with her fingers touching, is commonly referred to as "The Black Lady" (or "The Lady in Black"). Originally designed by N.G. Phansare under the supervision of Times of India's art director Walter Langhammer, it is generally made of bronze, its height is 46.5 cm and it weighs around five kg.[4] To celebrate the 25th year of the awards, the statues were made in silver and to celebrate the 50th year the statues were made in gold.

Prizes

As of 2011, there are a total of 10 categories across each of the four film industries.

Creative awards

List of frequent winners

Artist Wins Nominations
Kamal Haasan
17 21
K. Balachander
12 12
A. R. Rahman
13 18
K. Viswanath
11 11
Mammootty
11 11
Rajkumar
10 10
Chiranjeevi
10 11
Lakshmi
9 9
Mohanlal
9 12
Shreya Ghoshal
7 20
Vikram
6 7
K S Chithra
5 8

Tamil cinema


  • Filmfare Award for Best Film – Tamil: since 1953
  • Filmfare Award for Best Director – Tamil
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Tamil: since 2002
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Tamil: since 2002
  • Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Tamil
  • Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Tamil: since 2005
  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Tamil: Since 1997
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil: since 2002
Telugu cinema

  • Filmfare Award for Best Film – Telugu: since 1953
  • Filmfare Award for Best Director – Telugu
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Telugu: since 2002
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu: since 2002
  • Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Telugu
  • Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Telugu: since 2005
  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Telugu: Since 1997
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu: since 2004
Malayalam cinema

  • Filmfare Award for Best Film – Malayalam: since 1966
  • Filmfare Award for Best Director – Malayalam
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Malayalam: since 2003
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Malayalam: since 2003
  • Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Malayalam
  • Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Malayalam: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Malayalam: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Malayalam: since 2006
Kannada cinema

  • Filmfare Award for Best Film – Kannada: since 1969
  • Filmfare Award for Best Director – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Kannada
  • Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Kannada: since 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada: since 2006
Technical awards

  • Filmfare Award for Best Art Director – South: Since 1998
  • Filmfare Award for Best Cinematographer – South: since 1997
  • Filmfare Award for Best Dance Choreographer – South: since 1997
  • Filmfare Awards South for Best Costume Design : since 2010
Special awards

  • Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor – South: since 2012
  • Filmfare Special Award – South: Since 1983
  • Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award – South: since 1992
  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South: since 1990
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South: since 1997
Retired awards

  • Filmfare Award for Best Comedian – Tamil: 2002 to 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Comedian – Telugu: 2002 to 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Villain – Tamil: 2002 to 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Villain – Telugu: 2002 to 2006
  • Filmfare Award for Best Editor – South: 2005 only
  • Filmfare Award for Best Action Director – South: 2005 only
Records

Most awards to a single film

  • Anniyan (2005) (Tamil): Eight Awards
  • Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005) (Telugu): Eight Awards
  • Apthamitra (2004) (Kannada): Five Awards (There were 5 categories for Kannada in 2004 and the film won all five awards)
Most directing awards

  • K. Balachander: Eight Awards
  • K. Viswanath : Eight Awards
Most acting awards – Male

  • Kamal Haasan (Tamil): 17 Awards
  • Mammooty (Malayalam): 10 Awards
  • Mohanlal (Malayalam): 9 Awards
  • Rajkumar (Kannada): 8 Awards
  • Chiranjeevi (Telugu) : 8 Awards
Most acting awards – Female

  • Lakshmi: Seven awards
  • Saritha : Six awards
  • Suhasini : Six Awards
  • Revathi: Six awards
Most awards for music composition

  • A. R. Rahman: 13 Awards
Most playback awards – Male

  • Karthik: 5 awards (11 nominations)
Most playback awards – Female

  • Shreya Ghoshal: 7 awards (10 nominations)
  • K S Chithra: 5 awards(8 nominations)
Consecutive and Most wins

Nine times

  • A. R. Rahman: (1992–2000)
Six times

  • Kamal Haasan: (1974–78)
Five times

  • Shreya Ghoshal: (2010–11)
Four times

  • Lakshmi (1974–76)
  • Revathi (1992–94)
  • Manju Warrier {1996-99}
  • Prakash Raj (2002–05)
  • Karthik (2007–10)
Three times

  • K. S. Sethumadhavan (1972–74)
  • Vanisri (1973–75)
  • Sobhan Babu (1974–76)
  • Sujatha (1975–77)
  • Saritha (Actor) (1984–86)
  • Karthik (1988–90)
  • Mohanlal (1993–95)
  • R. P. Patnaik (2001–03)
  • Sudeep (2001–03)
  • Jayaram (2001–03)
  • Vivek (2002–04)
  • M. S. Raju (2003–05)
  • Devi Sri Prasad (2004–06)
  • Prem Rak**** (2007-2009)
  • Radhika Pandit (2008–10)
  • V. Harikrishna (2008–10)
Ceremonies

  • 60th Filmfare Awards South, To be held on 20 July 2013 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
  • 59th Filmfare Awards South, held 7 July 2012 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu
  • 58th Filmfare Awards South, held 2 July 2011 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
  • 57th Filmfare Awards South, held 7 August 2010 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu
  • 56th Filmfare Awards South, held 31 July 2009 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
See also

  • Cinema Express Awards
References

  1. ^ Anne Cooper-Chen (23 June 2005). Global Entertainment Media: Content, Audiences, Issues. L. Erlbaum. pp. 140–. ISBN 978-0-8058-5168-7. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
  2. ^ a b c "Magadheera,Nadodigal,Josh bag top honours at the Filmfare awards". The Times of India. Retrieved 7 July 2011.
  3. ^ Film world, Volume 9. T.M. Ramachandran. 1973.
  4. ^ Pinto, Jerry (April 1997). "Tangy titbits from the Filmfare past". Filmfare. Retrieved 2012-01-13.
  5. ^ "A golden glow for Filmfare". The Hindu. PTI. 2005-01-28. Retrieved 2011-01-26.

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