Karnataka State Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer

Karnataka State Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer is a state film award of the Indian state of Karnataka given during the annual Karnataka State Film Awards. The award honours Kannada language films.

Karnataka State Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer
State award for contributions to Kannada cinema
Awarded forBest Male Playback Singer of a Song
Sponsored byGovernment of Karnataka
Reward(s)
  • Silver Medal
  • 20,000
First awarded1993-94
Last awarded2018
Most recent winnerSiddhartha Belmannu
Highlights
Total awarded24
First winnerDr. Rajkumar

Superlative winnersEdit

S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 3 awards
Rajesh Krishnan 3 awards
Dr. Rajkumar 2 awards
C. Ashwath 2 awards
Ramesh Chandra 2 awards

Award winnersEdit

The following is a complete list of award winners and the name of the films for which they won.

Year Winner Film Song
2018 Siddhartha Belmannu[1][2] Santakavi Kanakadasara Ramadhanya "Irulu Chandirana"
2017 Tejaswi Haridas[3] Huliraaya "Valase Bandavare"
2016 Vijay Prakash [4] Beautiful Manasugalu "Nammooralli Chaligaladalli"
2015 Santhosh Venky[5] Preethiyalli Sahaja "Sundarangiye"
2014 Chintan Vikas[6] Gajakesari "Saahore Saahore"
2013 Naveen Sajju[7] Lucia "Ede Olagina Tamate"
2012 Vasu Dixit [8] Cyber Yugadol Navayuva Madhura Prema Kavyam "Hale Cycle Hattikondu"
2011 Aditya Rao [9] Ball Pen "Saavira Kiranava Chelli"
2010-11 Ravindra Soragavi[10] Puttakkana Highway "Banda Daari"
2009-10 This Award is taken back.
2008-09 Chetan Sosca[11] Ambaari "Yaare Nee Devatheya"
2007-08 S. P. Balasubrahmanyam[12] Savi Savi Nenapu "Nenapu Nenapu"
2006-07 Hemanth Kumar [13]  • Kallarali Hoovagi
 • Janapada
 • "Kallarali Hoovagi"
 • "Ele Ele Banna"
2005-06 C. Ashwath [14] Shubham "Aaha Yuvarani"
2004-05 S. P. Balasubrahmanyam [15] Srushti "Hrudayada Thumba"
2003-04 Pichhali Srinivas [16] Amaasa "Dodda Gowdara"
2002-03 Rajesh Krishnan[17] Dumbee "Kshamiseya"
2001-02 Rajesh Krishnan[18] Ekangi "Hudugi Superamma"
2000-01 Ramesh Chandra [19] Munnudi "Kadala Theregalu"
1999-2000 Rajesh Krishnan [19] Bannada Hejje "Nagu Bandaroo Alu Bandaroo"
1998-99 C. Ashwath Varsharuthu
1997-98 S. P. Balasubrahmanyam [20] O Mallige "Giri Siri"
1996-97 L. N. Shastry[21] Janumada Jodi "Kolumande Jangama Devaru"
1995-96 Ramesh Chandra Anuraga Sangama "O Mallige Ninnondige"
1994-95 Dr. Rajkumar Thaayi Illada Tavaru "Arishina Kumkuma"
1993-94 Dr. Rajkumar Aakasmika "Huttidare Kannada"

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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