Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor

Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor (Bengali: জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার) is the highest award for actors in a supporting role in Bangladesh.

National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
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Awarded forExcellence in cinematic achievements for Bangladeshi cinema
Sponsored byGovernment of Bangladesh
LocationDhaka
CountryBangladesh
Presented byMinistry of Information
First awarded1975 (1st)
Last awarded2019 (44th)
Currently held byFazlur Rahman Babu (2019)
Highlights
Most awardsAbul Khair, Wasimul Bari Rajib
(4 wins)
Total awarded43
First winnerFarooque (1975)
Websitemoi.gov.bd

List of winnersEdit

Key
Symbol Meaning
  Indicates a joint award for that year
List of award recipients, showing the year, role(s) and film(s)
Year[a] Recipient(s) Role(s) Work(s) Ref
1975
(1st)
Farooque Dukhu Mia Lathial [1]
1976
(2nd)
Khalil Ullah Khan Khairul Alam Gunda [1]
1977
(3rd)
Not Given [2]
1978
(4th)
Anwar Hossain Gayen Golapi Ekhon Traine [2][3]
1979
(5th)
Saifuddin Ahmed Mithhu Sundori [4]
1980
(6th)
Golam Mustafa Emiler Goenda Bahini [5]
1981 No Award [5]
1982
(7th)
Prabir Mitra Lokman Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo [6]
1983
(8th)
Shakil Puraskar [6]
1984
(9th)
Sirajul Islam Moni Khuro Chandranath [7]
1985
(10th)
Abul Khair Mama Dahan [7]
1986
(11th)
Ashish Kumar Louho Gurucharan Parineeta [8]
1987
(12th)
 
Anwar Hossain Dayi Ke [8]
1987
(12th)
 
Abul Khair Pachak Bamun Rajlakshmi Srikanta
1988
(13th)
Wasimul Bari Rajib Heera Moti [9]
1989
(14th)
Black Anwar Keramat Byathar Daan [9]
1990
(15th)
Golam Mustafa Pranesh K. Bhatyacharya Chhutir Phande [10]
1991
(16th)
Wasimul Bari Rajib Kalu Miah Danga [10]
1992
(17th)
Mizu Ahmed Traas [11]
1993
(18th)
Not Given [12]
1994
(19th)
Amol Bose Ajker Protibad [13]
1995
(20th)
Abul Khair Anya Jibon [13]
1996
(21st)
Bulbul Ahmed Dipu's father Dipu Number Two [14]
1997
(22nd)
Abul Khair The old man Dukhai [15]
1998
(23nd)
Not Given [15]
1999
(24th)
Golam Mustafa Zaminder Srabon Megher Din [15]
2000
(25th)
Wasimul Bari Rajib Bidroh Charidike [16]
2001
(26th)
Not Given [16]
2002
(27th)
Not Given [17]
2003
(28th)
 
Wasimul Bari Rajib (Posthumous) Habildar Mokbul Sahoshi Manush Chai [18]
2003
(28th)
 
Sohel Rana Principal Ibrahim Parvez
2004
(29th)
Fazlur Rahman Babu Shankhonad [18]
2005
(30th)
Ilias Kanchan Dukhiram Shasti [18]
2006
(31st)
 
Masum Aziz Afsu Ghani [19]
2006
(31st)
 
Raisul Islam Asad Shamsu
2007
(32nd)
Abul Hayat Sobhan Daruchini Dip [19]
2008
(33rd)
Shams Sumon Sopnopuron [20]
2009
(34th)
Shahidul Alam Sachchu Britter Baire [21]
2010
(35th)
Alamgir Ashraf Chowdhury Jibon Moroner Sathi [21]
2011
(36th)
Alamgir Ke Apon Ke Por [22]
2012
(37th)
A.T.M. Shamsuzzaman Chief Politician Chorabali [23]
2013
(38th)
Raisul Islam Asad Khirmohon Mrittika Maya [24][25]
2014
(39th)
Ejajul Islam Musa Raj Taarkata [26][27]
2015
(40th)
Gazi Rakayet Ayub Ali Anil Bagchir Ekdin [28][29]
2016
(42nd)
 
Ali Raj Pure Jay Mon [30][31]
2016
(42nd)
 
Fazlur Rahman Babu Meyeti Ekhon Kothay Jabe
2017
(42nd)
Shahadat Hossain Mizan Gohin Baluchor [32]
2018
(43rd)
Ali Raj Noor Muhammad Jannat [32]
2019
(44th)
Fazlur Rahman Babu Chandor Fagun Haway [33]

Records and statisticsEdit

Multiple winsEdit

The following individuals received two or more Best Male Playback Singer awards:

Wins Singer Film
4
Abul Khair
Wasimul Bari Rajib
3
Golam Mustafa
Fazlur Rahman Babu
2
Anwar Hossain
Raisul Islam Asad
Alamgir
Ali Raj

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Denotes The year in which the film was censored by Bangladesh Film Censor Board.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 1.
  2. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 2.
  3. ^ "Anwar Hossain passes away". The Daily Star. 14 September 2013. Retrieved 7 October 2015.
  4. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 3.
  5. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 4.
  6. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 5.
  7. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 6.
  8. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 7.
  9. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 8.
  10. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 9.
  11. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 10.
  12. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 11.
  13. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 12.
  14. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 13.
  15. ^ a b c BFDC 2012, pp. 14.
  16. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 15.
  17. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 16.
  18. ^ a b c BFDC 2012, pp. 17.
  19. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 18.
  20. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 19.
  21. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 20.
  22. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 21.
  23. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 23.
  24. ^ BFDC 2013, pp. 1.
  25. ^ জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কারে 'মৃত্তিকা মায়া'র জয়জয়কার. bdnews24 (in Bengali). 10 March 2015. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
  26. ^ BFDC 2014, pp. 1.
  27. ^ "29 artistes get Nat'l Film Award 2014". The Daily Star. 25 February 2016. Retrieved 1 March 2016.
  28. ^ BFDC 2015, pp. 1.
  29. ^ Shah Alam Shazu (20 May 2017). ""Bapjaner Bioscope" sweeps Nat'l Film Awards '15". The Daily Star. Retrieved 26 May 2017.
  30. ^ BFDC 2016, pp. 1.
  31. ^ "National Film Award winners announced". The Daily Star. 6 April 2018. Retrieved 25 May 2018.
  32. ^ a b BFDC 2018, pp. 1.
  33. ^ BFDC 2020, pp. 1.

SourcesEdit

BFDC (2012). "List of National Film Award recipients name 1975-2012" (PDF). Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). pp. 1–23. Archived from the original (PDF) on 1 November 2020. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
BFDC (2013). "National Film Award 2013". Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). Archived from the original on 18 September 2020. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
BFDC (2014). "National Film Award 2014". Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). Archived from the original on 18 September 2020. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
BFDC (2015). "National Film Award 2015" (PDF). Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). Retrieved 1 November 2020.
BFDC (2016). "National Film Award 2016" (PDF). Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). Retrieved 1 November 2020.
BFDC (2018). "National Film Award 2017-2018" (PDF). Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). Archived (PDF) from the original on 1 November 2020. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
BFDC (2020). "National Film Award 2019" (PDF). Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (in Bengali). Dhaka: Ministry of Information (Bangladesh). Archived (PDF) from the original on 5 December 2020. Retrieved 1 November 2020.