Filmfare Award for Best Cinematographer

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The Filmfare Best Cinematography Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films.[1]

The awards started in 1953

Superlatives[edit]

Most Awards
Kamal Bose – 5 [2]
Radhu Karmakar – 4
Jal Mistry – 4 [3]
Santosh Sivan – 3
Binod Pradhan – 3
Fali Mistry – 2
Faredoon Irani - 2
Krishnarao Vashirda – 2
Jaywant Pathare – 2
Govind Nihalani – 2
Ravi K. Chandran – 2
Manmohan Singh – 2

Multi-Categories
Kamal Bose, Radhu Karmakar, Fali Mistry & Jaywant Pathare won the award in both the categories—Black & White as well as Colour!

List[edit]

Year Cinematographer Film
2014 Kamaljit Negi Madras Cafe
2013 Setu Kahaani
2012 Carlos Catalan Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
2011 Mahendra Shetty Udaan
2010 Rajeev Ravi Dev.D
2009 Jason West Rock On!!
2008 Sudeep Chatterjee Chak De India
2007 Binod Pradhan Rang De Basanti
2006 Ravi K. Chandran Black
2005 Christopher Popp Lakshya
2004 Asim Bajaj Chameli
2003 Binod Pradhan Devdas
2002 Santosh Sivan Asoka
2001 Bashir Ali Refugee
2000 Kabir Lal Taal
1999 Santosh Sivan Dil Se..
1998 Ravi K. Chandran Virasat
1997 Ashok Mehta Bandit Queen
1996 Santosh Sivan Barsaat
1995 Binod Pradhan 1942 A Love Story
1994 Manmohan Singh Darr
1993 S. Kumar Muskurahat
1992 Radhu Karmakar Henna
1991 Rajan Kothari Ghayal
1990 Manmohan Singh Chandni
1989 Kiran Devhans Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak
1988 No award
1987 No award
1986 S.M. Anwar Saagar
1985 P.L. Raj Jaag Utha Insaan
1984 Govind Nihalani Vijeta
1983 Jaywant Pathare Bemisal
1982 Jal Mistry Kudrat [3]
1981 S.M. Anwar Shaan
1980 Govind Nihalani Junoon
1979 Radhu Karmakar Satyam Shivam Sundaram
1978 Munir Khan Hum Kisise Kum Naheen
1977 Fali Mistry Fakira
1976 Kamal Bose Dharmatma
1975 A. Vincent Prem Nagar
1974 Jal Mistry Jheel Ke Us Paar [3]
1973 P. Vaikunth Seeta Aur Geeta
1972 Kamal Bose
Radhu Karmakar
Dastak (B&W)
Mera Naam Joker (colour)
1971 Kamal Bose
Jal Mistry
Khamoshi (B&W)
Heer Raanjha (colour)[3]
1970 Kamal Bose
Faredoon Irani
Anokhi Raat (B&W)
Duniya (colour)
1969 Nariman A. Irani
G. Singh
Saraswatichandra (B&W)
Aankhen (colour)
1968 Jal Mistry
M. N. Malhotra
Baharon Ke Sapne (B&W) [3]
Humraaz (colour)
1967 Jaywant Pathare
Fali Mistry
Anupama (B&W)
Guide (colour)[4]
1966 S. Ramachandra
Dharam Chopra
Yaadein (B&W)
Waqt (colour)
1965 K.H. Kapadia
Krishnarao Vashirda
Woh Kaun Thi? (B&W)
Geet Gaya Patharon Ne (colour)
1964 Kamal Bose
Krishnarao Vashirda
Bandini (B&W)
Sehra (colour)
1963 V. K. Murthy Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (B&W)
1962 V Balasaheb Ganga Jamuna (colour)
1961 R.D. Mathur Mughal-e-Azam (B&W)
1960 V.K. Murthy Kaagaz Ke Phool (B&W)
1959 Dilip Gupta Madhumati (B&W)
1958 Faredoon Irani Mother India (Colour)
1957 Radhu Karmakar Shree 420 (B&W)
1956 Dwarka Divecha Yasmin (B&W)
1955 Tara Dutt Boot Polish (B&W)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Best Cinematographer Award (B&W), Colour". Official Listing, Indiatimes. Retrieved Apr 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Manorama Yearbook, Volume 30". Manorama Publishing House. 1995. p. 94. Deaths: October: Kamal Bose, 80, ace cinematographer, winner of a record five Filmfare awards. 
  3. ^ a b c d e Gulzar, p. 590
  4. ^ Suresh Kohli (Oct 4, 2008). "Blast From The Past: Guide 1965". The Hindu. Retrieved Apr 27, 2013. 

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