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Filmfare Award for Best Film – Tamil

The Filmfare Best Film Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Tamil (Kollywood) films.

Filmfare Award for Best Film – Tamil
Awarded forBest Film in Tamil
CountryIndia
Presented byFilmfare
First awardedNaanum Oru Penn (1963)
Currently held byAramm (2017)
WebsiteFilmfare Awards

Contents

WinnersEdit

Year Film Producer Ref
2017 Aramm Kotapadi Ramesh [1]
2016 Joker S. R. Prabhu
S. R. Prakashbabu
[2]
2015 Kaaka Muttai Dhanush
Vetrimaaran
[3]
2014 Kaththi K. Karunamoorthi
A. Subashkaran
AR Murugadoss
[4]
2013 Thanga Meengal Gautham Menon,
Reshma Ghatala,
Venkat Somasundaram
[5]
2012 Vazhakku Enn 18/9 N. Linguswamy [6]
2011 Aadukalam Kathiresan [7]
2010 Mynaa John Max [8]
2009 Naadodigal S. Michael Rayappan [9]
2008 Subramaniyapuram Sasikumar [10]
2007 Paruthiveeran K. E. Gnanavelraja [11]
2006 Veyil Shankar [12]
2005 Anniyan Oscar Ravichandran [13]
2004 Autograph Cheran [14]
2003 Pithamagan V. A. Durai [15][16]
2002 Azhagi D. Udhaya Kumar [17]
2001 Aanandham R. B. Choudary [18]
2000 Kandukondain Kandukondain Kalaipuli S. Dhanu [19]
1999 Sethu A. Kandasamy [20]
1998 Natpukaaga A. M. Rathnam [21]
1997 Bharathi Kannamma Henry [15]
1996 Indian A. M. Rathnam [22]
1995 Bombay S. Sriram [15]
1994 Karuththamma Bharathiraja [23]
1993 Gentleman K. T. Kunjumon [24]
1992 Roja Rajam Balachander
Pushpa Kandaswamy
[25][26]
1991 Chinna Thambi K. Balu [27][15]
1990 Pudhu Vasantham R. B. Choudary [15]
1989 Apoorva Sagodharargal Kamal Haasan [28][29]
1988 Agni Natchathiram G. Venkateswaran [30]
1987 Vedham Pudhithu Bharathiraja [31]
1986 Samsaram Adhu Minsaram M.Saravanan & M.Balasubramaniam [32][33]
1985 Sindhu Bhairavi Rajam Balachander
V. Natarajan
[34]
1984 Achamillai Achamillai Rajam Balachander
V. Natarajan
[35]
1983 Man Vasanai Chithra Lakshmanan [36]
1982 Enkeyo Ketta Kural Panchu Arunachalam [37]
1981 Thaneer Thaneer P. R. Govindarajan Duraisamy [38]
1980 Varumayin Niram Sivappu R. Venkatraman [39]
1979 Pasi Durai [40][41]
1978 Mullum Malarum Venu Chettiyar [42]
1977 Bhuvana Oru Kelvi Kuri MAM Films [43]
1976 Annakili P. Thamizharasi [44]
1975 Apoorva Raagangal P. R. Govindarajan Duraisamy [45]
1974 Thikkatra Parvathi Singeetham Srinivasa Rao [46]
1973 Bharatha Vilas T. Bharathi [47]
1972 Pattikada Pattanama P. Madhavan [48]
1971 Babu Cine Bharat films
1970 Engirundho Vandhaal K. Balaji [49]
1969 Adimaippenn M. G. Ramachandran [50]
1968 Lakshmi Kalyanam A.L.Srinivasan [51]
1967 Karpooram A.V.Meiyappan [52][53]
1966 Ramu A.V.T. Arasu [54]
1965 Thiruvilayaadal A. P. Nagarajan [55]
1964 Server Sundaram Krishnan–Panju [56]
1963 Naanum Oru Penn M.Murugan, M.Kumaran & M. Saravanan [57]

NominationsEdit

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