Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil

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Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in Tamil films
CountryIndia
Presented byFilmfare
First awarded1972
Currently held byVijay Sethupathi
Vikram Vedha (2017)
Websitefilmfare.com

The Filmfare Best Actor Award is given by the Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Tamil film lead actors. The Filmfare Awards South Awards were extended to "Best Actor" in 1972.[1] The year indicates the year of release of the film.

Multiple winners[edit]

Winners[edit]

Year Recipient Role Film Ref
1972 Sivaji Ganesan Anthony Gnana Oli [2]
1973 Sivaji Ganesan  • Rajinikanth
 • Kannan
Gauravam [3]
1974 Gemini Ganesan Naan Avanillai [4]
1975 Kamal Haasan Prasanna Apoorva Raagangal [5]
1976 Kamal Haasan Ravi Oru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu [6]
1977 Kamal Haasan Gopalakrishnan / Chappani 16 Vayadhinile [7]
1978 Kamal Haasan Dileep Sigappu Rojakal [8]
1979 Sivakumar Sempattai Rosaappo Ravikkai Kaari [9]
1980 Sivakumar Gaja Vandichakkaram [10]
1981 Kamal Haasan Raghu Raja Paarvai [11]
1982 Mohan Ravi Kumar Payanangal Mudivathillai [12]
1983 Bhagyaraj Mundhanai Mudichu [13]
1984 Rajinikanth Manickam Nallavanuku Nallavan [14]
1985 Sivaji Ganesan Malaichami Muthal Mariyathai [15]
1986 Vijayakanth Chinnamani Amman Kovil Kizhakale [16][17]
1987 Sathyaraj Balu Thevar Vedham Pudhithu [18]
1988 Karthik Ashok Agni Natchathiram [19]
1989 Karthik Kannan Varusham Padhinaaru [19][20]
1990 Karthik Ponnurangam Kizhakku Vasal [19]
1991 Kamal Haasan Gunasekharan / Gunaa Guna [21]
1992 Kamal Haasan Sakthivelu Thevar Thevar Magan [22]
1993 Karthik Ponnumani Ponnumani [19]
1994 R. Sarathkumar  • Shanmugam
 • Pasupathi
Nattamai [23]
1995 Kamal Haasan Adhi Narayanan Kuruthipunal [21]
1996 Kamal Haasan  • Senapathy
 • Chandrabose
Indian [24][25]
1997 R. Sarathkumar  • Sakthivel Gounder
 • Chinnarasu
Suryavamsam [26][27]
1998 R. Sarathkumar  • Chinnayya
 • Muthaiyya
Natpukkaga [28]
1999 Ajith Kumar  • Deva
 • Shiva
Vaali [29]
2000 Kamal Haasan Saket Raman Iyengar Hey Ram [30]
2001 Vikram Kasi Kasi [31]
2002 Ajith Kumar  • Shiva
 • Vishnu
Villain [32]
2003 Vikram Chithan Pithamagan [33]
2004 Suriya  • Chinna
 • Karthik
Perazhagan [34]
2005 Vikram Ramanujam / Remo (Anniyan) Anniyan [35]
2006 Ajith Kumar  • Shiva Shankar
 • Vishnu
 • Jeeva
Varalaaru [35]
2007 Karthi Paruthiveeran Paruthiveeran [36]
2008 Suriya  • Krishna
 • Surya Krishnan
Vaaranam Aayiram [37]
2009 Prakash Raj Vengadam Kanchivaram [38]
2010 Vikram Veeraiya Raavanan [39]
2011 Dhanush K. P. Karuppu Aadukalam [40]
2012 Dhanush Raam 3 [41]
2013 Atharvaa Raasa Paradesi [42]
2014 Dhanush Raghuvaran Velaiilla Pattadhari [43]
2015 Vikram Lingesan I [44]
2016 R. Madhavan Prabhu Selvaraj Irudhi Suttru [45]
2017 Vijay Sethupathi Vedha Vikram Vedha [46]

Nominations[edit]

2010s[edit]

2000s[edit]

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Bibliography[edit]

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  • The Times of India directory and year book including who's who. Times of India Press. 1984.