9th Bangladesh National Film Awards

The 9th Bangladesh National Film Awards (Bengali: জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার) were presented by the Ministry of Information, Bangladesh, to felicitate the best of Bangladeshi Cinema released in the year 1984. Bangladesh National Film Awards is a film award ceremony in Bangladesh established in 1975 by Government of Bangladesh. Every year, a national panel appointed by the government selects the winning entry, and the award ceremony is held in Dhaka. 1984 was the 9th ceremony of National Film Awards.[1]

9th Bangladesh National Film Awards
Awarded forBest of bangladeshi cinema in 1984
Awarded byPresident of Bangladesh
Presented byMinistry of Information
Presented on1984
SiteDhaka, Bangladesh
Official websiteOfficial website
Highlights
Best Feature FilmBhat De
Best Non-feature FilmAgami
Best ActorNayok Raj Razzak
Chandranath
Best ActressShabana
Bhat De
Most awardsBhat De

List of winnersEdit

This year awards were given in 19 categories.

Merit awardsEdit

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Film Abu Zafar Khan (producer) Bhat De
Best Director Amjad Hossain Bhat De
Best Actor Abdur Razzak Chandranath
Best Actress Shabana Bhat De
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Sirajul Islam Chandranath
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Anwara Begum The Struggle of Sakhina
Best Child Artist Akhi Alamgir Bhat De
Best Music Director Khandaker Nurul Alam Chandranath
Best Lyrics Mohammad Moniruzzaman Chandranath
Best Male Playback Singer Subir Nandi Mahanayak
Best Female Playback Singer Sabina Yasmin Chandranath[2]

Technical awardsEdit

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Screenplay Amjad Hossain Bhat De
Best Cinematographer (Black and White) Baby Islam ?
Best Cinematographer (Color) Mahfuzur Rahman Khan Obhijan
Best Art Director Anjan Bhowmick Bhat De
Best Editing Mujibur Rahman Dulu Bhat De
Best Dialogue Amjad Hossain Bhat De
Best Sound Editing MA Baset Bhat De

Special awardEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rashed Shaon (August 9, 2012). চার দশকে আমাদের সেরা চলচ্চিত্রগুলো. bdnews24.com (in Bengali). Archived from the original on August 20, 2012. Retrieved November 4, 2012.
  2. ^ "সংগীতের অহংকার সাবিনা ইয়াসমিন". Dainik Azadi. January 24, 2013. Archived from the original on 2015-12-08. Retrieved November 4, 2015.

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