Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress

The Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress is given by the state government as part of its annual Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Tamil (Kollywood) films.[1] The awards were first given in 1967 and discontinued after 1970. The awards were given again in 1977 and continued till 1982. The awards were not given in the years 1971 to 1976. This award was last given in the year 2015 to Aishwarya Rajesh for Kaaka Muttai.[2]

List of winnersEdit

Meena (top), Jyothika (bottom) and Saritha have won the award three times each.
Kushboo and Devayani (top and bottom) and K.R.vijaya have won the award two times each.
List of winners and nominated work
Year Recipient(s) Role(s) Film(s) Reference(s)
1967 K. R. Vijaya Shanthi Iru Malargal
1968 Padmini Mohanambal
(Mohana)
Thillaanaa Mohanambal
1969   B. Saroja Devi Kula Vilakku [3]
1969   Sowcar Janaki Janaki Iru Kodugal [4]
1970 K. R. Vijaya Namma Veettu Deivam
1977 Latha Kayalvizhi Madhuraiyai Meetta Sundharapandiyan [5]
1978 Lakshmi Kalyani Oru Nadigai Natakam Parkiral
1979 Saritha Oru Vellaadu Vengaiyagiradhu [6]
1980 Suhasini Viji Nenjathai Killathe [7]
1981 Sridevi Bhagyalaksmi / Vijaya "Viji" Moondram Pirai [8]
1982 Saritha Kannamma Agni Sakshi [6]
1988 Saritha Poo Pootha Nandavanam [6]
1989 Raadhika Ninaivu Chinnam
1990 Revathi Thaayamma Kizhakku Vasal [9]
1991 Kushboo Nandhini Chinna Thambi [10]
1992 Sukanya Deivanai Chinna Gounder
1993 Meena  • Vaitheeswari
 • Chandramathi
 • Yejaman
 • Sethupathi IPS
1994 Rajashree Karuthamma Karuthamma
1995 Kushboo Ganga Kolangal [11]
1996 Shruti Kalki Kalki [12]
1997   Meena Maragadham Porkkaalam [13]
1997   Devayani Nandhini Suryavamsam [13]
1998 Roja Selvamani Radha Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen [14]
[15]
1999 Simran Rukmani "Rukku" Thulladha Manamum Thullum [16]
2000 Devayani Chellamal Bharathi [17]
2001 Sneha Thavamani Virumbugiren [17]
2002 Meena Meena Kumari Ivan [17]
2003 Laila Manju Pithamagan [18]
2004 Jyothika Priya/Shenbagam Perazhagan [18]
2005 Jyothika Chandramukhi and Ganga Senthilnathan Chandramukhi [19]
2006 Priyamani Mutthazhagu Paruthiveeran [20]
2007 Jyothika Archana Mozhi [21]
2008 Sneha Visalatchi (Sala) Pirivom Santhippom [21]
2009 Padmapriya Nadira Pokkisham [22]
2010 Amala Paul Mynaa Mynaa [22]
2011 Ineya Madhiarasi Vaagai Sooda Vaa [22]
2012 Lakshmi Menon Alli,Archana Kumki, Sundarapandian [22]
2013 Nayanthara Regina James Raja Rani [22]
2014 Aishwarya Rajesh Kaaka Muttai's mother Kaaka Muttai [22]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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