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National Film Award for Best Actor

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The National Film Award for Best Actor, officially known as the Rajat Kamal Award for the Best Actor Hindi pronunciation: , is an honour presented annually at the National Film Awards of India instituted only since 1967 to actors who have delivered the best performance in a leading role within the Indian film industry Called the "State Awards for Films" when established in 1954, the National Film Awards ceremony is older than the Directorate of Film Festivals The State Awards instituted the individual award in 1968 as the "Bharat Award for the Best Actor"; in 1975, it was renamed as the "Rajat Kamal Award for the Best Actor" Throughout the past 45 years, accounting for ties and repeat winners, the Government of India has presented a total of 52 "Best Actor" awards to 40 actors Until 1974, winners of the National Film Award received a figurine and certificate; since 1975, they have been awarded with a "Rajat Kamal" silver lotus, certificate and a cash prize

Although the Indian film industry produces films in around 20 languages and dialects, the actors whose performances have won awards have worked in seven major languages: Hindi twenty-two awards, Malayalam thirteen awards, Tamil seven awards, Bengali four awards, Marathi three awards, Kannada three awards and English two awards

The first recipient was Uttam Kumar from Bengali cinema, who was honoured at the 15th National Film Awards in 1968 for his performances in Anthony Firingee and Chiriyakhana As of 2017, Amitabh Bachchan is the most honoured actor, with four awards Two actors—Kamal Haasan and Mammootty—have been honoured three times, while six actors—Sanjeev Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, Mohanlal, and Ajay Devgn—have won the award two times Two actors have achieved the honour for performing in two languages—Mithun Chakraborty Hindi and Bengali and Mammootty Malayalam and English The most recent recipient is Akshay Kumar, who was honoured at the 64th National Film Awards for his performance in the 2016 Hindi film Rustom

Contents

  • 1 Recipients
  • 2 Controversy
  • 3 Footnotes
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Recipients

Amitabh Bachchan has won the honour maximum number of timesfour Kamal Haasan top and Mammootty bottom have won the award three times Mithun Chakraborty was awarded for his debut film Key
Symbol Meaning
Year Indicates the year in which the film was censored by the Central Board of Film Certification CBFC
Indicates a joint award for that year
List of award recipients, showing the year, roles, films and languages
Year Recipients Roles Works Languages Refs
1967
15th
Uttam Kumar   Anthony Firingee
  Byomkesh Bakshi
  Antony Firingee
  Chiriyakhana
Bengali
1968
16th
Ashok Kumar Jogi Thakur Aashirwad Hindi
1969
17th
Utpal Dutt Bhuvan Shome Bhuvan Shome Hindi
1970
18th
Sanjeev Kumar Hamid Ahmed Dastak Hindi
1971
19th
M G Ramachandran Selvam Rickshawkaran Tamil
1972
20th
Sanjeev Kumar Hari Charan Mathur Koshish Hindi
1973
21st
P J Antony Velichapad Nirmalyam Malayalam
1974
22nd
Sadhu Meher Kishtaya Ankur Hindi
1975
23rd
M V Vasudeva Rao Choma Chomana Dudi Kannada
1976
24th
Mithun Chakraborty Ghinua Mrigayaa Hindi
1977
25th
Bharath Gopi Shankaran Kutty Kodiyettam Malayalam
1978
26th
Arun Mukherjee Parasuram Parasuram Bengali
1979
27th
Naseeruddin Shah Anirudh Parmar Sparsh Hindi
1980
28th
Balan K Nair Govindan Oppol Malayalam
1981
29th
Om Puri Hari Mondal Arohan Hindi
1982
30th
Kamal Haasan R Srinivas Cheenu Moondram Pirai Tamil
1983
31st
Om Puri Anant Velankar Ardh Satya Hindi
1984
32nd
Naseeruddin Shah Naurangia Paar Hindi
1985
33rd
Shashi Kapoor Vikas Pande New Delhi Times Hindi
1986
34th
Charuhasan Tabara Shetty Tabarana Kathe Kannada
1987
35th
Kamal Haasan Sakthivelu Nayakar Nayagan Tamil
1988
36th
Premji Raghava Chakyar Piravi Malayalam
1989
37th
Mammootty   Vaikom Muhammad Basheer
  Chandu Chekavar
  Mathilukal
  Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha
Malayalam
1990
38th
Amitabh Bachchan Vijay Deenanath Chauhan Agneepath Hindi
1991
39th
Mohanlal Gopinathan Bharatham Malayalam
1992
40th
Mithun Chakraborty Shibnath Tahader Katha Bengali
1993
41st
Mammootty   Ponthan Mada
  Bhaskara Patelar
  Ponthan Mada
  Vidheyan
Malayalam
1994
42nd
Nana Patekar Pratap Narayan Tilak Krantiveer Hindi
1995
43rd
Rajit Kapur Mahatma Gandhi Making of the Mahatma !The Making of the Mahatma English
1996
44th
Kamal Haasan   Senapathy Indian
  Chandrabose
Indian Tamil
1997
45th
Balachandra Menon Ismail Samaantharangal Malayalam
1997
45th
Suresh Gopi Kannan Perumalayan Kaliyattam Malayalam
1998
46th
Ajay Devgn Ajay R Desai Zakhm Hindi
1998
46th
Mammootty B R Ambedkar Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar English
1999
47th
Mohanlal Kunjikuttan Vanaprastham Malayalam
2000
48th
Anil Kapoor Major Jaidev Rajvansh Pukar Hindi
2001
49th
Murali Appa Mestry Neythukaran Malayalam
2002
50th
Ajay Devgn Bhagat Singh Legend of Bhagat Singh !The Legend of Bhagat Singh Hindi
2003
51st
Vikram Chithan Pithamagan Tamil
2004
52nd
Saif Ali Khan Karan Kapoor Hum Tum Hindi
2005
53rd
Amitabh Bachchan Debraj Sahai Black Hindi
2006
54th
Soumitra Chatterjee Shashanka Palit Podokkhep Bengali
2007
55th
Prakash Raj Vengadam Kanchivaram Tamil
2008
56th
Upendra Limaye Tayappa Jogwa Marathi
2009
57th
Amitabh Bachchan Auro Paa Hindi
2010
58th
Dhanush K P Karuppu Aadukalam Tamil
2010
58th
Salim Kumar Abu Adaminte Makan Abu Malayalam
2011
59th
Girish Kulkarni Keshya Deool Marathi
2012
60th
Irrfan Khan Paan Singh Tomar Paan Singh Tomar Hindi
2012
60th
Vikram Gokhale Ratnakar Anumati Marathi
2013
61st
Rajkummar Rao Shahid Azmi Shahid Hindi
2013
61st
Suraj Venjaramoodu Father Perariyathavar Malayalam
2014
62nd
Sanchari Vijay Madesha Vidya Naanu AvanallaAvalu Kannada
2015
63rd
Amitabh Bachchan Bhashkor Banerjee Piku Hindi
2016
64th
Akshay Kumar Rustom Pavri Rustom Hindi

Controversy

There was controversy over the Best Actor award at the 64th National Film Awards in 2017, when the committee awarded it to Akshay Kumar for his performance in Rustom, snubbing Aamir Khan's performance for Dangal jury chairperson Priyadarshan, who has worked with Kumar on several films, gave the following explanation for awarding Kumar instead of Khan:

Why should we have given the Best Actor award to Aamir Khan when he has made it very clear that he doesn’t attend awards functions If he doesn’t want to accept the honour, what is the point in honouring him Nowadays, we have seen people returning their awards We didn’t want to take that risk

Footnotes

  1. ^ As of 2014, the cash prize is ₹50,000 US$780
  2. ^ Bachchan has been the most successful actor since 2000, having won the award three times for his performances in Black 2005, Paa 2009 and Piku 2015
  3. ^ Denotes The year in which the film was censored by the Central Board of Film Certification
  4. ^ The character played by Kamal Haasan was loosely based on the Mumbai-based Tamil gangster Varadarajan Mudaliar
  5. ^ Mammootty played the real-life character of Vaikom Muhammad Basheer in the film that was based on an autobiographical novel of the same name by Basheer himself
  6. ^ The character remained unnamed throughout the film

References

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External links

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

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