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Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu

The Filmfare Best Actor Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Telugu films. The awards were extended to "Best Actor" in 1972.[1] The year indicates the year of release of the film.

Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu
Vijay Deverakonda at NOTA pressmeet.jpg
The 2018 recipient: Vijay Devarakonda
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in Telugu films
CountryIndia
Presented byFilmfare
First awardedNTR,
Badi Panthulu (1972)
Currently held byVijay Devarakonda,
Arjun Reddy (2017)
WebsiteFilmfare Awards

SuperlativesEdit

Superlative Actor Record
Actor with most awards Chiranjeevi 7
Most nominations Jr. NTR 9
Actor with most nominations without ever winning Prabhas 7
Oldest winner ANR 69
Youngest winner Uday Kiran 21

Multiple winnersEdit

WinnersEdit

Year Actor Role Film Ref
2017 Vijay Deverakonda Dr. Arjun Reddy Deshmukh Arjun Reddy [2]
2016 Jr. NTR Abhiram Nannaku Prematho [3]
2015 Mahesh Babu Harsha Vardhan Srimanthudu [4]
2014 Allu Arjun Lucky Race Gurram [5]
2013 Mahesh Babu Chinnodu Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu [6]
2012 Pawan Kalyan Venkatarathnam Naidu / Gabbar Singh Gabbar Singh [7]
2011 Mahesh Babu G. Ajay Kumar / Chinna Dookudu [8]
2010 Allu Arjun cable Raju Vedam [9]
2009 Ram Charan Harsha / Bhairava Magadheera [10]
2008 Allu Arjun Krishna Parugu [11]
2007 Jr. NTR Raja Yamadonga [12]
2006 Mahesh Babu Krishna Manohar / Pandu Pokiri [13]
2005 Siddharth Santosh Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana [14]
2004 Chiranjeevi Shankar Prasad Shankar Dada M.B.B.S. [15]
2003 Mahesh Babu Ajay Verma Okkadu [16]
2002 Chiranjeevi Indrasena Reddy/ Shankar Narayana Indra [17]
2001 Uday Kiran Ravi Nuvvu Nenu [18][19]
2000 Venkatesh  • Mahadeva naidu
 • Abhiram
Jayam Manade Raa [20]
1999 Chiranjeevi  • Simhadri
 • Chinnayya
Sneham Kosam [21][22]
1998 Venkatesh Ganesh Ganesh [23]
1997 Nagarjuna Annamacharya Annamayya [24]
1996 Venkatesh Rakesh Dharma Chakram [25]
1995 Mohan Babu  • Peddarayudu
 • Raja
Peddarayudu [26]
1994 Rajasekhar Komaranna/Anna Anna [27][28]
1993 Chiranjeevi Subhash Chandra Bose Muta Mesthri [29]
1992 Chiranjeevi Madhava Aapathbandavudu [30][31]
1991 ANR Sitharamayya Seetharamaiah Gari Manavaralu [32][33]
1990 Rajasekhar Vikram Magaadu [34]
1989 Kamal Haasan  • G. K. Rayudu
 • Chandram
Indrudu Chandrudu [35]
1988 Rajasekhar Aahuti
1987 ANR Ananda Rao Aatma Bandhuvulu [36]
1986 Krishnam Raju Tandra Paparayudu Tandra Paparayudu [37][38]
1985 Chiranjeevi Madhusudhana Rao/Chinna Babu Vijetha [39]
1984 Krishnam Raju  • Brahmanna
 • Ravi
Bobbili Brahmanna [40]
1983 Kamal Haasan Balakrishna Saagara Sangamam [41]
1982 Chiranjeevi Narasimha Murthy Subhalekha [42]
1981 Kamal Haasan Sundaram Ranga Aakali Rajyam [43]
1980 Somayajulu Sankarabharanam Sankara Sastry Sankarabharanam [44]
1979 Sobhan Babu  • Sridhara Rao
 • Raja
Karthika Deepam [45]
1978 Chandramohan Gopalakrishna Padaharella Vayasu [46]
1977 Krishnam Raju  • Hari
 • Krishna
Amaradeepam [47]
1976 Sobhan Babu Sobhanadri Soggadu [48]
1975 Sobhan Babu Narain Jeevana Jyothi [49]
1974 Sobhan Babu Raja Khaidi Babayi [50]
1973 ANR Abbi Marapurani Manishi [51]
1972 NTR Raghava Rao Badi Panthulu [52]

NominationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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