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Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration


The Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration is one of the National Film Awards presented annually by the Directorate of Film Festivals, the organization set up by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, India It is one of several awards presented for feature films and awarded with Rajat Kamal Silver Lotus

The award was instituted in 1965, at 13th National Film Awards and awarded annually for films produced in the year across the country, in all Indian languages

Winners

Award includes 'Rajat Kamal' Silver Lotus and cash prize Following are the award winners over the years:

List of films, showing the year award ceremony, languages, producers, directors and citation
Year Films Languages Producers Directors Citation Refs
1965
13th
Shaheed Hindi Kewal Kashyap S Ram Sharma  –
1966
14th
Subhash Chandra Bengali A K Banerjee Piyush Bose  –
1967
15th
No Award
1968
16th
Janmabhoomi Malayalam Roopa Rekha John Sankaramangalam  –
1969
17th
Saat Hindustani Hindi Khwaja Ahmad Abbas Khwaja Ahmad Abbas  –
1970
18th
Thurakkatha Vathil Malayalam A Raghunath P Bhaskaran  –
1971
19th
Do Boond Pani Hindi  –  –  –
1972
20th
Achanum Bappayum Malayalam C C Baby K S Sethumadhavan  –
1973
21st
Garm Hava Hindi Unit 3 MM M S Sathyu  –
1974
22nd
Parinay Hindi Samantar Chitra Kantilal Rathod  –
1975
23rd
No Award
1976
24th
No Award
1977
25th
No Award
1978
26th
Grahana Kannada Harsha Pictures T S Nagabharana   For an honest and bold depiction of caste conflict in rural India The film starkly brings out the traditional beliefs which grip the entire rural society including the down-trodden putting an extra chain on the poor in addition to their economic helplessness Cinematically a very powerful film
1979
27th
22 June 1897 Marathi  –  –  –
1980
28th
Bhavni Bhavai Gujarati Sanchar Film Cooperative Society Ltd Ketan Mehta   For tracing the history of social evil of untouchability through popular folk drama form, for synthesizing diverse performing arts into socially relevant communication, for depicting the untouchable's fight for their rights
1981
29th
Saptapadi Telugu Bheemavarapu Buchhireddy K Vishwanath   For focusing on the problems of the society whose orthodoxy inflicts grave injustice on the under-privileged, for the dilemma faced by a Brahmin disciplinarian in confronting his grand-daughter's love for Harijan, for resolving the problem in a rational manner, worthy of the country's best secular traditions
1982
30th
Aaroodam Malayalam Rosamma George I V Sasi   For its compassionate treatment of the plight of the under-privileged
1983
31st
Sookha Hindi M S Sathyu M S Sathyu   For its sincerity in the portrayal of basic human values that unify mankind
1984
32nd
Aadmi Aur Aurat Hindi Doordarshan Tapan Sinha  –
1985
33rd
Sree Narayana Guru Malayalam A Jaffer P A Backer   For preaching, through the life of a great reformer, the universal values of "One Caste, One Religion and One God for Man"
1986
34th
No Award
1987
35th
Tamas Hindi Blaze Entertainment Govind Nihalani   For recreating without compromise the tragic events leading to the communal holocaust at the eve of partition in a Punjab village
1988
36th
Rudraveena Telugu Nagendra Babu K Balachander   For presenting vertical as well as horiontal social integration on a musical plane and thus offering a cultural revolution as solution to maladies of the rural population
1989
37th
Santha Shishunala Sharifa Kannada Yajaman Enterprises T S Nagabharana   For its depiction of unity of religions at the popular mystical level illustrated by the life and lyrics of a famous Muslim saint who has a Hindu guru
1990
38th
No Award
1991
39th
Aadi Mimansa Oriya Apurba Kishore Bir Apurba Kishore Bir   For its strong appeal for integration and upholding of human values brought about through a remarkbly understated treatment of incidents from everyday life
1992
40th
Roja Tamil Kavithalayaa Productions Mani Ratnam   For presenting a thrilling drama of the abduction of an Indian scientist by a self-proclaimed liberation army which later realises the futility of its anti-social activities
1993
41st
Sardar Hindi Late H M Patel Ketan Mehta   For presenting a panoramic view of India in a period of transition to reveal the goals of nationalism by the integration of a mass disparate materials and shaping them into a coherent saga of Indian nationalism in an epic style
1994
42nd
Mukta Marathi Ashok B Mhatre Jabbar Patel   For mapping a sharply defined dramatic style on to a canvas of national caste oppression and for unversalising the alliances of the Indian Dalit people
1995
43rd
Bombay Tamil   Mani Ratnam
  S Sriram
Mani Ratnam   For its bold and sensitive approach to the problem of communal divide and for bringing out the futility of the carnage in the name of religion
1996
44th
Kaanaakkinaavu Malayalam P V Gangadharan Sibi Malayil   For its brilliant and bold approach to National Integration and the futility of division in the name of religion
1997
45th
Border Hindi J P Dutta J P Dutta   For making an honest statement on patriotism, portraying the gallantry and sacrifies of the Armed forces, thereby instilling a sense of National pride
1998
46th
Zakhm Hindi Pooja Bhatt Mahesh Bhatt   For boldly dealing with social and religious strife, communal tensions, violence and disharmony in contemporary times The film has a message of love and peace that is conveyed in a sensitive way
1999
47th
Shaheed Udham Singh Punjabi Iqbal Dhillon Chitraarth   For opening a new window to the Jallianwala Bagh episode, which had jolted the conscience of the Indian people
2000
48th
Pukar Hindi Surinder Kapoor Rajkumar Santoshi   For tackling the problem of terrorist infiltrations and the army's counter attacks And situations where armed and civilian forces unite against the common external enemy
2001
49th
Bub Kashmiri NFDC Jyoti Sarup   For exploring the problems of a minority in the face of terrorist activities of forces across the border Against this macro scenario, the film weaves together more intimate micro stories particularly of the bonding between a sensitive bureaucrat and an orphaned boy
2002
50th
Mr and Mrs Iyer English N Venkatesan Aparna Sen   For its humane depiction of the bonding between two individuals of different religious backgrounds in the midst of communal tension
2003
51st
Pinjar Hindi Lucky Star Entertainment Ltd Chandraprakash Dwivedi   For exploring the power of human relationships in overcoming social and religious schisms
2004
52nd
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero Hindi Sahara India Media Communication Ltd Shyam Benegal   Netaji is one of the most controversial and colourful figures of modern Indian history His struggle to fight the Britishers and bring the Indians together to do this The idealistic dreamer turns into a revolutionary to achieve his goal The film effectively brings alive the era
2005
53rd
Daivanamathil Malayalam Aryadan Shaukath Jayaraj   For the powerful representation of a burning communal issue highlighting the plight of women in the times of religious intolerence
2006
54th
Kallarali Hoovagi Kannada S Madhu Bangarappa T S Nagabharana   For depicting the sanctity of loyalty to one's land and amity through a love story set in the times of Hyder Ali
2007
55th
Dharm Hindi Sheetal V Talwar Bhavna Talwar   For powerfully bringing forth the message that humanity is of much greater value than religion The transformation of an orthodox and superstitious priest is very beautifully depicted
2008
56th
Aai Kot Nai Assamese Rajen Bora Manju Borah   For its honest look at a burning problem in Northeast India, its attempt to break down artificial boundaries and giving it a human and aesthetic appeal
2009
57th
Delhi-6 Hindi Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra   For its uncompromising stance towards communal divide and offering a humanistic solution of taking individual responsibility
2010
58th
Moner Manush Bengali Gautam Kundu Gautam Ghose   For celebrating the union of the human spirit through the life and song of Sufi poets in the Baul tradition
2011
59th
No Award
2012
60th
Thanichalla Njan Malayalam Cherian Philippose Babu Thiruvalla   A tale of communal harmony narrated through an in-house milieu The bonding between a Hindu and a Muslim lady in a reciprocally accommodating relationship forms the crux of the film
2013
61st
Thalaimuraigal Tamil Company Productions Balu Mahendra   A sensitive tale about the breaking of walls of orthodoxy and religious and linguistic bias in a small village in Tamil Nadu Love and compassion of a small boy and his mother wins over not only their own blood but the whole rural community
2014
62nd
No Award
2015
63rd
Nanak Shah Fakir Punjabi Sartaj Singh Pannu  –   The saga on the life of the great spiritual master advocating the values of peace and harmony
2016
64th
Dikchow Banat Palaax Assamese Canvascope Sanjib Sabha Pandit   The film brings out oneness of our feelings amidst differences
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  • ^ "64th National Film Awards" PDF Press release Directorate of Film Festivals Retrieved 7 April 2017 
  • External links

    • Official Page for Directorate of Film Festivals, India
    • National Film Awards Archives
    • National Film Awards at IMDB
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