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Filmfare Special Award – South

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The Filmfare Special Jury Award is given by the Filmfare Magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for South Indian films. It acknowledges a special and unique performance and encourages artistes, filmmakers and musicians to break new ground in drama, direction, music and acting.

Year Recipient(s) Film Language Refs
2010 Deva Katta Director Prasthanam Telugu [1]
2009 Mohanlal
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Srinagar Kitty
Yagna Shetty
Actor
Music director
Actor
Actress
Bhramaram
Oye!
Savaari
Eddelu Manjunatha
Malayalam
Telugu
Kannada
Kannada
[2]
2006 Chiranjeevi
Mammootty
Actors Legends (Honorary Award) Telugu
Malayalam
[3]
2005 Devi Sri Prasad
Harris Jayaraj
Music directors Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana
Ghajini for outstanding background score
Telugu
Tamil
2003 K. Muralitharan
V. Swaminathan
G. Venugopal
Producer Anbe Sivam Tamil [4]
2000 Venkatesh Actor Kalisundam Raa Telugu [5]
1999 Vikram Actor Sethu Tamil [6]
1998 Ramoji Rao Producer Contributions Telugu [7] [8]
1995 Akhil Akkineni Child Actor Sisindri Telugu [9]
1988 Venkatesh Actor Brahma Putrudu Telugu [10]
1986 S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Singer For Outstanding Achievement as a Playback Singer All South regional Languages [11][12]
1985 Puneeth Rajkumar Child Actor Bettada Hoovu Kannada [13]
1984 Vishnuvardhan Actor Bandhana Kannada [14]
1983 Revathi Actress Man Vasanai Tamil [15]
1977 Sridevi Actress 16 Vayathinile Tamil [16]
1976 Jayaprada
Gummadi
Prem Nazir
K. G. George
Actress
Actor
Actor
Director
Siri Siri Muvva & Anthuleni Katha
Excellent performance in the films Jyothi & Sita Kalyanam
Various films
Swapnadanam for Special Commendation Award
Telugu
Telugu
Malayalam
Malayalam
[17]
[18]
[19]
[20]
1975 Srividya Actress Apoorva Raagangal Tamil [21]
1974 K. R. Vijaya Actress Dheerga Sumangali Tamil [22]
1973 Vishnuvardhan
M. G. Ramachandran
Actor
Producer
Nagarahavu
Ulagam Sutrum Valiban for Excellent Production Values
Kannada
Tamil
[23]
[24][25]
1972 Jamuna Actress Pandanti Kapuram Telugu [26]
1970 Jayalalithaa Actress Engirundho Vandhaal
Tamil [27]
1969 Jayalalithaa Actress Adimai Penn
Tamil [28]
1966 Jayalalithaa Actress Chandhrodhayam
Tamil [28]
1965 M. G. Ramachandran Actor Enga Veettu Pillai
Tamil [29]
1963 S. V. Ranga Rao Actor Naanum Oru Penn
Tamil [30][31]

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ReferencesEdit

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