Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress

The Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress is given by Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films, to recognise a female actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role. Although the Filmfare awards started in 1954, awards for the Best Supporting Actress category started the following year 1955.

Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
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The 2020 recipient: Amruta Subhash
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
CountryIndia
Presented byFilmfare
First awardedUsha Kiran
Baadbaan (1955)
Currently held byAmruta Subhash
Gully Boy (2020)
WebsiteFilmfare Awards

SuperlativesEdit

Superlative Actor Record
Actress with most awards Nirupa Roy
Farida Jalal
Jaya Bachchan
Rani Mukerji
Supriya Pathak
3
Actress with most nominations Aruna Irani 10
Actress with most nominations without ever winning Bindu 7
Actress with most nominations in a single year Shubha Khote (1961)
Shashikala (1966)
Nutan (1973)
Bindu (1974)
Smita Patil (1983)
Sushmita Sen (1999)
Rani Mukerji (2004)
Kirron Kher (2007)
Konkona Sen Sharma (2007)
Seema Bhargava Pahwa (2018)
2
Oldest winner Surekha Sikri 74
Oldest nominee Kamini Kaushal 93
Youngest winner Ayesha Kapur 11
Youngest nominee

Multiple WinnersEdit

Multiple NomineesEdit

List of winnersEdit

1950sEdit

Year Photos of winners Actor Role(s) Film
1955
(2nd)
Usha Kiran   Usha Baadbaan
No Other Nominee
1956
(3rd)
  Nirupa Roy   Malti Munimji
Suryakumari Raj Rani Uran Khatola
Geeta Bali Basanti Kavi
1957
(4th)
  Vyjayanthimala   Chandramukhi Devdas
No Other Nominee
1958
(5th)
  Shyama   Chanchal Sharada
Nanda Lata Bhabhi
1959
(6th)
  Nalini Jaywant   Kishori Kala Pani
Lalita Pawar Rukmini Singh Parvarish
Leela Chitnis Mohan's mother Sadhna

1960sEdit

Year Photos of winners Actor Role(s) Film
1960
(7th)
  Lalita Pawar   Mrs. L. D'Sa Anari
Anita Guha Ramkali (Rami) Goonj Uthi Shehnai
Shashikala Rama Chowdhury Sujata
1961
(8th)
  Nanda   Nanda Aanchal
Lalita Pawar Mother Aanchal
Kumkum Rajlaxmi Kohinoor
1962
(9th)
  Nirupa Roy   Manorama / Aayah Chhaya
Shubha Khote Ragini Gharana
Sita Sasural
1963
(10th)
  Shashikala   Jaswanti Aarti
Lalita Pawar Sita Devi Verma Professor
Waheeda Rehman Jaba Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam
1964
(11th)
  Shashikala   Leela / Ms. Roberts Gumrah
Nimmi Najma Mere Mehboob
Ameeta Naseem
1965
(12th)
  Nirupa Roy   Shobha Shehnai
Lalita Pawar Dai Maa Kohraa
Shashikala Roopa Ayee Milan Ki Bela
1966
(13th)
  Padmini   Bhanu Kaajal
Helen Ms. Kitty Gumnaam
Shashikala Dr. Neeta Verma Himalaya Ki God Mein
1967
(14th)
  Simi Garewal   Dr. Anjali Do Badan
Shashikala Rita Phool Aur Patthar
Anita Bakshi (Annie) Anupama
1968
(15th)
  Jamuna   Gauri Milan
Mumtaz Shanta Ram Aur Shyam
Tanuja Anjali (Anju) Nath Jewel Thief
1969
(16th)
  Simi Garewal   Rajni Saathi
Helen Veera Shikar
Shashikala Chanchal Neel Kamal

1970sEdit

Year Photos of winners Actor Role(s) Film
1970
(17th)
  Tanuja   Dhanno Paisa Ya Pyaar
Bindu Renu Ittefaq
Farida Jalal Renu Aradhana
1971
(18th)
  Chand Usmani   Champa Pehchan
Bindu Neela Allopee Prasad Do Raaste
Mumtaz Rita Aadmi Aur Insaan
1972
(19th)
  Farida Jalal   Bela Singh Paras
Aruna Irani Nisha Caravan
Helen Lily Elaan
1973
(20th)
  Zeenat Aman   Jasbir Jaiswal / Janice Hare Rama Hare Krishna
Bindu Mala Dastaan
Nazima Meena Be-Imaan
1974
(21st)
  Raakhee Gulzar   Chandni Daag: A Poem of Love
Aruna Irani Neema Bobby
Bindu Chitra Abhimaan
Nutan Anu Rai Anuraag
Mahjubhi Saudagar
1975
(22nd)
  Durga Khote   Parvati Bidaai
Bindu Kamini Singh Hawas
Rita Imtihan
Moushumi Chatterjee Tulsi Roti Kapda Aur Makaan
Jayshree T. Dancer Resham Ki Dori
1976
(23rd)
  Nadira   Margaret "Maggie" Julie
Nirupa Roy Sumitra Devi Deewaar
Farida Jalal Renu Khanna Majboor
Aruna Irani Rekha Do Jhoot
Prema Narayan Dhanno Amanush
1977
(24th)
 – Kajri   Chandra Balika Badhu
Waheeda Rehman Anjali Malhotra Kabhi Kabhie
Asha Parekh Shanta Udhar Ka Sindur
Bindu Sarla Shukla Arjun Pandit
Dina Pathak Gangu Rani Mausam
1978
(25th)
  Asha Sachdev   Renu Priyatama
Farida Jalal Mrs. Subrahmaniam Shaque
Aruna Irani Shantimohan Sharma / Shanti "Shanno" Devi Khoon Pasina
Raakhee Gulzar Nisha Doosra Aadmi
Nazneen Parvati Dildaar
1979
(16th)
  Reena Roy   Kamini Agarwal Apnapan
Nutan Sanjukta Chouhan Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki
Asha Parekh Tulsi Chouhan
Rekha Zohra Begum Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
Ranjeeta Nirmala Deshpande Pati Patni Aur Woh

1980sEdit

Year Photos of winners Actor Role(s) Film
1980
(27th)
  Helen   Suzy Lahu Ke Do Rang
Dina Pathak Mrs. Kamala Srivastava Gol Maal
Farida Jalal Laila Jurmana
Jennifer Kendal Mrs. Mariam Labadoor Junoon
Neetu Singh Channo Kaala Patthar
1981
(28th)
  Padmini Kolhapure   Neetu Saxena Insaaf Ka Tarazu
Ashalata Siddheshwari Apne Paraye
Dina Pathak Nirmala Gupta Khubsoorat
Talluri Rameshwari Mala Aasha
Simi Garewal Kamini Verma Karz
1982
(29th)
  Supriya Pathak   Subhadra Kalyug
Aruna Irani Kathy D'Souza Rocky
Nanda Sangeeta Ahista Ahista
Madhavi Sapna Ek Duuje Ke Liye
Sarika Anita Kohli Sharda
1983
(30th)
  Supriya Pathak   Shabhnam Bazaar
Waheeda Rehman Jyoti Namkeen
Kiran Vairale Chinki
Nanda Chhoti Maa Prem Rog
Ranjeeta Kaur Shanti Teri Kasam
1984
(31st)
  Rohini Hattangadi   Bai Arth
Padmini Kolhapure Radha Souten
Rekha Shakuntala Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye
Smita Patil Kavita Sanyal Arth
Zeenat Mandi
1985
(32nd)
  Aruna Irani   Janaki Pet Pyaar Aur Paap
Sharmila Tagore Sitara Sunny
Rohini Hattangadi Shobha Bhavna
Rehana Sultan Kalyani M. Sharma Hum Rahe Na Hum
Soni Razdan Sujata Suman Saaransh
1986
(33rd)
  Nutan   Aarti Meri Jung
Rakhee Gulzar Sujata Sharma Saaheb
Anita Kanwar Nalini Janam
Madhur Jaffrey Kamala Devi Saagar
Sushma Seth Amina Bai Tawaif
Tanvi Azmi Seeta Pyari Behna
1987 NO CEREMONY
1988
1989
(34th)
  Sonu Walia   Nandini Khoon Bhari Maang
Anuradha Patel Maya Ijaazat
Pallavi Joshi Saroj Andha Yudh

1990sEdit

2000sEdit

2010sEdit


2020sEdit

Year Photos of winners Actor Role(s) Film
2020
(65th)
Amruta Subhash   Razia Ahmed Gully Boy
Kamini Kaushal Sadhna Kaur (Dadi) Kabir Singh
Madhuri Dixit Bahaar Begum Kalank
Seema Pahwa Aanra (Mausi) Bala
Amrita Singh Rani Kaur Badla
Zaira Wasim Aisha Chaudhary The Sky Is Pink

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Miglani, Surendra (13 February 2005). "Hits and misses". The Tribune. Retrieved 8 August 2011.

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