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National Film Award for Best Actress

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The National Film Award for Best Actress officially known as the Rajat Kamal Award for the Best Actress is an honour presented annually at the National Film Awards of India since 1968 to an actress for the best performance in a leading role within the Indian film industry The National Film Awards were called the "State Awards for Films" when established in 1954 The State Awards instituted the "Best Actress" category in 1968 as the "Urvashi Award for the Best Actress"; in 1975, the "Urvashi Award" was renamed as the "Rajat Kamal Award for the Best Actress" Throughout the years, accounting for ties and repeat winners, the Government of India has presented a total of 52 Best Actress awards to 41 different actresses

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 that amounted to ₹50,000 US$780 in 2012 Although the Indian film industry produces films in more than 20 languages and dialects, the actresses whose performances have won awards have worked in ten major languages:Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu

The first recipient was Nargis Dutt from Bollywood, who was honoured at the 15th National Film Award 1968 for her performance in Raat Aur Din The actress who won the most number of Rajat Kamal awards is Shabana Azmi with five wins, followed by Sharada with three As of 2016, five actresses—Smita Patil, Archana, Shobana, Tabu, and Kangana Ranaut—have won the award two times Sharada, Archana and Shobana are the only three actresses to get the award for performing in two different languages Sharada was bestowed with the awards for her performances in two Malayalam films:Thulabharam and Swayamvaram in 1970 and 1973 respectively, and in 1979 for the Telugu film Nimajjanam Archana was first honoured in 1988 for the Tamil film Veedu and was awarded for the second time in 1989 for the Telugu film Daasi Shobana received her first award for the Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu in 1994, and her second for the English film Mitr, My Friend in 2002 As of 2016, the late Monisha Unni remains the youngest recipient of the honour; she was awarded for the Malayalam film Nakhakshathangal in 1987 when she was 16 Indrani Haldar and Rituparna Sengupta are the only two actresses to be honoured for the same film

The most recent recipient is Surabhi Lakshmi, who was honoured at the 64th National Film Awards ceremony for her performance in the 2016 Malayalam film Minnaminugu - the Firefly

Contents

  • 1 Key
  • 2 Recipients
  • 3 See also
  • 4 Notes
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Key

SymbolMeaning
Indicates a joint award for that year

Recipients

Shabana Azmi has been the most frequent winner with five awardsShobana top, Tabu middle and Kangana Ranaut bottom are among the actresses who have been honored twiceList of award recipients, showing the year, roles, films and languages
YearRecipientsRolesWorksLanguagesRefs
1967
15th
Nargis DuttVaruna/PeggyRaat Aur DinHindi
1968
16th
SharadaVijayaThulabharamMalayalam
1969
17th
Madhabi MukherjeeSupriyaDibratrir KabyaBengali
1970
18th
Rehana SultanSalma AhmedDastakHindi
1971
19th
Waheeda RehmanReshmaReshma Aur SheraHindi
1972
20th
SharadaSitaSwayamvaramMalayalam
1973
21st
Nandini BhaktavatsalaKamaliKaaduKannada
1974
22nd
Shabana AzmiLaxmiAnkurHindi
1975
23rd
Sharmila Tagore  Chanda
  Kajli
MausamHindi
1976
24th
LakshmiGangaSila Nerangalil Sila ManithargalTamil
1977
25th
Smita PatilUshaBhumikaHindi
1978
26th
SharadaBharathiNimajjanamTelugu
1979
27th
ShobaKuppammaPasiTamil
1980
28th
Smita PatilAmmaChakraHindi
1981
29th
RekhaAmiran Umrao JaanUmrao JaanUrdu
1982
30th
Shabana AzmiPooja Inder MalhotraArthHindi
1983
31st
Shabana AzmiJaminiKhandharHindi
1984
32nd
Shabana AzmiRamaPaarHindi
1985
33rd
SuhasiniSindhuSindhu BhairaviTamil
1986
34th
Monisha UnniGouriNakhakshathangalMalayalam
1987
35th
ArchanaSudhaVeeduTamil
1988
36th
ArchanaKamalakshiDaasiTelugu
1989
37th
Sreelekha MukherjiLakkhiParshuramer KutharBengali
1990
38th
VijayashantiVyjayanthiKarthavyamTelugu
1991
39th
Moloya GoswamiRituFiringotiAssamese
1992
40th
Dimple KapadiaShanichariRudaaliHindi
1993
41st
ShobanaGanga NakulanManichitrathazhuMalayalam
1994
42nd
Debashree RoyAditiUnishe AprilBengali
1995
43rd
Seema BiswasPhoolan DeviBandit QueenHindi
1996
44th
TabuVirender KaurMaachisHindi
1997
45th
Indrani HaldarJhinukDahanBengali
1997
45th
Rituparna SenguptaRomita ChaudhuryDahanBengali
1998
46th
Shabana AzmiRambhiGodmotherHindi
1999
47th
Kirron KherBanalataBariwaliBengali
2000
48th
Raveena TandonDurgaDaman:A Victim of Marital ViolenceHindi
2001
49th
TabuMumtazChandni BarHindi
2001
49th
ShobanaLakshmiMitr, My FriendEnglish
2002
50th
Konkona Sen SharmaMeenakshi S IyerMr and Mrs IyerEnglish
2003
51st
Meera JasmineShahinaPaadam Onnu:Oru VilapamMalayalam
2004
52nd
TaraHasinaHasinaKannada
2005
53rd
SarikaShernazParzaniaEnglish
2006
54th
PriyamaniMuththazhaguParuthiveeranTamil
2007
55th
UmashreeGulabiGulabi TalkiesKannada
2008
56th
Priyanka ChopraMeghna MathurFashionHindi
2009
57th
Ananya ChatterjeeShikhaAbohomanBengali
2010
58th
Mitalee Jagtap VaradkarShirmiBaboo Band BaajaMarathi
2010
58th
Saranya PonvannanVeerayiThenmerku ParuvakaatruTamil
2011
59th
Vidya BalanReshma SilkThe Dirty PictureHindi
2012
60th
Usha JadhavYashodaDhagMarathi
2013
61st
Geetanjali ThapaKamalaLiar's DiceHindi
2014
62nd
Kangana RanautRani MehraQueenHindi
2015
63rd
Kangana Ranaut  Tanuja "Tanu" Trivedi,
  Kusum "Datto" Sangwan
Tanu Weds Manu ReturnsHindi
2016
64th
Surabhi LakshmiMinnaminungu – the FireflyMalayalam

See also

  • Bollywood portal
  • Film portal
  • List of Indian film actresses

Notes

  1. ^ Denotes The year in which the film was censored by the Central Board of Film Certification
  2. ^ Cites the recipient and the role played by them in the film
  3. ^ Dutt played the role of a woman suffering from multiple personality disorder in the film
  4. ^ Tagore performed dual roles in the film
  5. ^ Rekha played a single character which had two different names
  6. ^ Vidya played a single character which had two different names
  7. ^ Ranaut performed dual roles in the film

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External links

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

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