Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu

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

Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu
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The 2019 recipient: Keerthy Suresh
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in Telugu films
CountryIndia
Presented byFilmfare
First awardedJayalalithaa,
Sri Krishna Satya (1972)
Currently held byKeerthy Suresh,
Mahanati (2018)
WebsiteFilmfare Awards

SuperlativesEdit

Superlative Actress Record
Actress with most awards Vijayashanti 6
Youngest winner Jayasudha 18
Youngest Nominees Sridevi, Divya Bharati 16
  • Vijayashanti has maximum awards with six wins, following by five actresses who have won the award thrice; in chronological order, they are Vanisri, Jayasudha Soundarya, Trisha, and Anushka Shetty.
  • Vanisri won the award the most times in the 70's with three wins. Vijayashanti won the most in the 80s and 90s with three wins each decade. In the 90s, Soundarya had three wins. Trisha won the award three times in 2000s, while Anushka Shetty has the most wins in 2010s with three.
  • Jayasudha is the only actress who have won both Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu and Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu.
  • Six actresses have won the awards in consecutive years: Vanisri (1973–1975), Jayasudha (1976–1977), Vijayashanti (1989–1990), Soundarya (1998–1999), Trisha (2004–2005) and Anushka Shetty (2009–2010). Vanisri is the only actress to win the award three times consecutively.
  • Jayalalithaa, Revathi and Samantha Akkineni are the only three actresses to win both Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil and Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu in the same year for their performances in the year 1972, 1992 and 2012 respectively.
  • Five actresses who won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu for their debut Telugu films are in chronological order Raadhika (1981), Richa Pallod (2000), Sadha (2002), Asin (2003) and Sai Pallavi (2017).
  • Nithya Menon is the first actress to win both Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu and Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.
  • Vijayashanti and Keerthy Suresh both have won Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu and National Film Award for Best Actress for their performances in Kartavyam (1990) and Mahanati (2018) respectively.
  • Jayasudha has most of nominations with ten, followed by Anushka Shetty with nine, Soundarya, Jaya Prada and Vijayashanti each with eight.
  • Four actresses have received two nominations for two different performances in the same year: Jaya Prada (1976), Asin (2003), Trisha (2005) and Anushka Shetty (2010). Three of these actresses: Asin, Trisha, and Anushka Shetty have received award for one of the performances they were nominated in.
  • In 1981, the only time to date, two actresses were nominated for the same film: Jayasudha and Sridevi for Premabhishekam.

WinnersEdit

Year Actress Role Film Ref
1972 Jayalalithaa  • Chandrasena
 • Satyabhama
Sri Krishna Satya [2]
1973 Vanisri Roja Jeevana Tarangalu [3]
1974 Vanisri Krishnaveni Krishnaveni [4]
1975 Vanisri Yashodara Jeevana Jyothi [5]
1976 Jayasudha Jyothi Jyothi [6]
1977 Jayasudha Aame Katha [7]
1978 Talluri Rameswari Seetalu Seetamalakshmi [8]
1979 Sujatha Vidya Guppedu Manasu [9]
1980 Jyothi Vamsa Vruksham [10]
1981 Raadhika Bharathi Nyayam Kavali [11]
1982 Jayasudha Lakshmi Griha Pravesham [12]
1983 Jayaprada Madhavi Saagara Sangamam [13]
1984 Suhasini Swathi Swathi [14]
1985 Vijayashanti Pratighatana
1986 Lakshmi Shravana Meghalu [15][16]
1987 Vijayashanti Ganga Swayam Krushi [17]
1988 Bhanupriya Meenakshi Swarnakamalam [18][19]
1989 Vijayashanti Bharathi Bharata Naari [20]
1990 Vijayashanti Vyjayanthi Karthavyam [21]
1991 Sridevi Satya Kshana Kshanam [22]
1992 Revathi Sindhura Ankuram [23][24]
1993 Vijayashanti  • Vijaya
 • Shanthi
Police Lockup [25]
1994 Aamani Radha Shubhalagnam [26][27]
1995 Soundarya Bhavani Ammoru [28]
1996 Tabu Mahalakshmi Ninne Pelladata [29]
1997 Vijayashanti Ramulamma Osey Ramulamma [30]
1998 Soundarya Bhanu Anthapuram [31]
1999 Soundarya Anjali Raja [32]
2000 Richa Pallod Madhu Nuvve Kavali [33]
2001 Bhoomika Chawla Madhumathi Kushi [34][35]
2002 Sadha Sujatha Jayam [36]
2003 Asin Mugaambigaambaal Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi [37]
2004 Trisha Shailaja Varsham [38]
2005 Trisha Siri Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana [39]
2006 Genelia D'Souza Hasini Rao Bommarillu [40]
2007 Trisha Keerthi / Kusumamba Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule [41]
2008 Swathi Reddy Lavanya Ashta Chamma [42]
2009 Anushka Shetty  • Arundhati
 • Jejamma
Arundhati [43]
2010 Anushka Shetty Saroja Vedam [44]
2011 Nayanthara Goddess Sita Sri Rama Rajyam [45]
2012 Samantha Bindu Eega [46]
2013 Nithya Menen Shravani Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde [47]
2014 Shruti Haasan Spandana Race Gurram [48]
2015 Anushka Shetty Rudrama Devi Rudhramadevi [49]
2016 Samantha Anasuya Ramalingam A Aa [50]
2017 Sai Pallavi Bhanumathi Fidaa [51]
2018 Keerthy Suresh Savitri Mahanati [52]

NominationsEdit

1970sEdit

1980sEdit

1990sEdit

2000sEdit

2010sEdit

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NotesEdit

  • Ramachandran, T.M. (1973). Film world. 9.
  • Collections. Update Video Publication. 1991.
  • The Times of India directory and year book including who's who. Times of India Press. 1984.