Karnataka State Film Award for Best Supporting Actress

Karnataka State Film Award for Best Supporting Actress 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 Supporting Actress
State award for contributions to Kannada cinema
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Most recent winner Veena Sundar (2018)
Awarded forBest Acting by an Actress in Supporting Role
Sponsored byGovernment of Karnataka
Reward(s)
  • Silver Medal
  • 20,000
First awarded1967-68
Last awarded2018
Most recent winnerVeena Sundar
Highlights
Total awarded52
First winnerPandari Bai

Superlative WinnersEdit

 • Leelavathi 3 Awards
 • Umashree 5 Awards

Award winnersEdit

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

Year Image Winner Film Role
1967-68 Pandari Bai Belli Moda Lalitha
1968-69 Pandari Bai Namma Makkalu Padma
1969-70   Leelavathi Gejje Pooje Aparna
1970-71 M. Jayashree Amara Bharathi
1971-72   Leelavathi Sipayi Ramu Yamuna
1972-73 Shubha Naagarahaavu Margaret
1973-74 Advani Lakshmi Devi Gandhada Gudi Saraswathamma
1974-75 Bhargavi Narayan Professor Huchuraya
1975-76 Padma Kumuta Chomana Dudi Belli
1976-77 Jayalakshmi Bayalu Daari Indira
1977-78 Lakshmi Krishnamurthy Tabbaliyu Neenade Magane Thayavva
1978-79 L. V. Sharada Vathsalya Patha Malathi
1979-80 Uma Shivakumar[1] Chandanada Gombe Eeri
1980-81 Pramila Joshai Sangeetha
1981-82 Mamatha Rao Praya Praya Praya Malini
1982-83 Archana Rao Phaniyamma
1983-84 Kaminidharan Anubhava Seethakka
1984-85   Arundhati Nag Accident Mayarani
1985-86 Shashikala Hosa Neeru Lakshmi
1986-87 Jayanthi Anand Kamala
1987-88 Papamma Mana Mechchida Hudugi Siddavva
1988-89   Umashree Yaaru Hone
1989-90   Leelavathi Doctor Krishna Lakshmidevamma
1990-91 Girija Lokesh Bhujangayyana Dashavathara Parvathamma
1991-92 Sukanya Kulkarni Pathitha Pavani
1992-93   Umashree Sangya Balya Paravva
1993-94   Tara Munjaneya Manju Hema
1994-95   Umashree Kotreshi Kanasu Nagamma
1995-96 Pooja Lokesh Huliya Rekha
1996-97   B. Jayashree Nagamandala Kurudavva
1997-98   Bhavana[2] Nee Mudida Mallige Ranjini
1998-99 Jayanthi Tuvvi Tuvvi Tuvvi Mariya Peter Breganzha
1999-2000 Vinaya Prasad[3] Bannada Hejje Seetha
2000-01   Umashree[3] Kurigalu Saar Kurigalu Rukmini
2001-02   M. N. Lakshmi Devi[4] Kalla Police
2002-03 Arundhati Jatkar[5] Artha Rani
2003-04   Umashree[6] Mani
2004-05 B. Jaya Gowdru
2005-06   Arundathi Nag Jogi Bhagyakka
2006-07   Neethu[7] Koti Chennaiah Deyi Badithi
2007-08   Smitha Avva Savanthri
2008-09   Lakshmi[8] Vamshi Mother
2009-10 Chandrakala Mohan[9] Runaanubandha Mother
2010-11 Harshika Poonachha[10] Thamassu Amrin Saba
2011 Girija Lokesh[11] Sidlingu Rangamma
2012 Aruna Balraj[12] Olavina Ole
2013 Bhageerathi Bai Kadam[13] Agasi Parlour
2014   B. Jayashree[14] Kaudi Ambavva
2015 Pooja S. M.[15] Thithi Kaveri
2016 Akshata Pandavpura[16] Pallata
2017 Rekha[17] Mooka Nayaka Kaveri
2018   Veena Sundar[18] Aa Karaala Ratri Gowramma

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  13. ^ Karantaka State Film Awards announced
  14. ^ After national honour, 'Harivu' bags top State film award
  15. ^ Karnataka State Film Awards, 2015: Full List
  16. ^ Karnataka State Film Award Winners for 2016
  17. ^ Karnataka State Film Awards 2017 Announced
  18. ^ Karnataka State Film Awards 2018