Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor

The Tamil State Film Awards for Best Actor is given by the state government as part of its annual Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Tamil (Kollywood) films.[1]

Kamal
Rajini
Kamal Haasan has the record of 8 wins (top) and Rajinikanth has the record of second highest with 6 wins (bottom).

List of winnersEdit

List of winners and nominated work
Year Recipient(s) Role(s) Film(s) Reference(s)
1967 A. V. M. Rajan Karpooram
1968 M. G. Ramachandran Anand, Sekhar
(Babu)
Kudiyirundha Koyil
1969 Sivaji Ganesan Shankar, Kannan, Vijay Deiva Magan
1970 Gemini Ganesan Suresh Kaaviya Thalaivi
1971 No Award
1972 No Award
1973 No Award
1974 No Award
1975 No Award
1976 No Award
1977 Kamal Haasan Gopalakrishnan
(Chappani)
16 Vayathinile [2]
1978 Srikanth Karunai Ullam
1979–80 Sivakumar Avan Aval Adhu
1980–81 Kamal Haasan Sundaram Rangan Varumayin Niram Sigappu
1981–82 Kamal Haasan R. Sreenivas
(Cheenu)
Moondram Pirai
1982 Sivakumar Aravindhan Agni Sakshi
1983 No Award
1984 No Award
1985 No Award
1986 No Award
1987 No Award
1988 Vijayakanth Captain Sundarapandian Senthoora Poove
1989 Kamal Haasan Sethupathi, Appu, Raja Apoorva Sagodharargal
1990 Karthik Ponnurangam Kizhakku Vasal [3]
1991 Prabhu Ganesan Chinna Thambi Chinna Thambi [4]
1992 Kamal Haasan Sakthivel Thevar Magan [5]
1993 Arjun Krishnamoorthy
(Kicha)
Gentleman [6]
1994   Prabhudeva Deva Kadhalan [7]
1994   Sarath Kumar Nattamai
(Shanmugam), Pasupathy
Nattamai [7]
1995 Rajinikanth Zamindar, Muthu Muthu [8]
1996 Kamal Haasan Senapathy
(Indian), Chandrabose
(Chandru)
Indian [9]
1997   Vijay Jeevanantham
(Jeeva)
Kadhalukku Mariyadhai [10]
1997   Parthiban Bharathi Bharathi Kannamma [10]
1998 Sarath Kumar  • Chinnaiya, Muthaiya  • Natpukaaga [11][12]
1999 Rajinikanth Aarupadayappan Padayappa [13]
1999 Arjun Pugazhendi Mudhalvan [13]
2000 Murali Karuthaiya Kadal Pookal [14]
2001 Suriya Nandha Nandha [14]
2002 R. Madhavan  • Shiva
 • Anbarasu
(A. Aras)
 • Thiruchelvan
(Indira)
 • Run
 • Anbe Sivam
 • Kannathil Muthamittal
[14]
2003 Vikram Chithan Pithamagan [15]
2004 Jayam Ravi M. Kumaran M. Kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi [15]
2005 Rajinikanth Dr. Saravanan Chandramukhi [16]
2006 Kamal Haasan DCP Raghavan Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu [17]
2007 Rajinikanth Sivaji Sivaji [18]
2008 Kamal Haasan Rangarajan Nambi, Govindarajan Ramaswamy
(Govind), George W. Bush, Christian Fletcher, Shingan Narahazi, Balram Naidu, Avtar Singh, Krishnaveni Paatti, Vincent Poovaraghan, Khalifullah Khan Mukhtar
Dasavathaaram [18]
2009 Karan Malayan Malayan [19]
2010 Vikram Veeraiya
(Veera)
Raavanan [19]
2011 Vimal Veluthambi Vaagai Sooda Vaa [19]
2012 Jiiva Varun Krishnan Neethaane En Ponvasantham [19]
2013 Arya John Raja Rani [19]
2014 Siddharth Thalaivankottai Kaliappa Bhagavathar Kaaviya Thalaivan [19]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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