Filmfare Award for Best Film – Kannada

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The Kannada Filmfare Best Film Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Kannada films.

Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.

Year Film Producer Ref
2016 Thithi Pratap Reddy & Sunmin Park [1]
2015 RangiTaranga H. K. Prakash [2]
2014 Mr. and Mrs. Ramachari Jayanna, Bhogendra [3]
2013 Myna N. S. Rajkumar [4]
2012 Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna Anand Appugol [5]
2011 Olave Mandhara B. Govinda Raju [6]
2010 Jackie Parvathamma Rajkumar [7]
2009 Maleyali Jotheyali Shilpa Ganesh [8]
2008 Moggina Manasu E. Krishnappa [9]
2007 Aa Dinagalu Syed Aman, M. S. Raveendra [10]
2006 Mungaru Male E. Krishnappa [11]
2005 Nenapirali Ajay R. Gowda [12]
2004 Aaptamitra Dwarakish [13]
2003 Paris Pranaya Tumkur Dayanand [14]
2002 Dweepa Soundarya [15]
2001 Kothigalu Saar Kothigalu Jai Jagadish [16]
2000 Sparsha Sarovar Sanjeev Rao [17]
1999 Upendra H.C.Srinivas [18]
1998 Thaayi Saheba Jayamala [19]
1997 Amrutha Varshini B.Jayashree Devi [20][21]
1996 Janumada Jodi Parvathamma Rajkumar [22]
1995 Beladingala Baale B. S. Murali [23]
1994 Karulina Koogu Vizag Raju Aditya Movie Makers [24]
1993 Aakasmika S. A. Govindaraju [25]
1992 Mysore Mallige Srihari Khoday [26]
1991 Gauri Ganesha Vishwasagar [27]
1990 Prathama Ushakirana Maanasa Arts
1989 Sankranthi K S Sacchidananda & H B Dharmaraj [28]
1988 Aasphota V.Verghese [29]
1987 Pushpaka Vimana Shringar Nagaraj [30]
1986 Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma Parvathamma Rajkumar [31]
1985 Bettada Hoovu Parvathamma Rajkumar [32]
1984
1983
1982 Bara M. S. Sathyu [33]
1981 Ranganayaki B. Thimmanna [34]
1980 Ellindalo Bandavaru P. Lankesh [35]
1979 Dharmasere Aarathi [36]
1978 Ondanondu Kaladalli G. N, Lakshmipathi & K. N. Narayan [37]
1977 Tabbaliyu Neenade Magane B. M. Venkatesh & Chandulal Jain [38]
1976 Thulasi K. S. L. Swamy [39]
1975 Chomana Dudi Praja Films [40]
1974 Kaadu K. N. Narayan & G. K. Lakshmipathy

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1973 Naagarahaavu N. Veeraswamy [42]
1972 Vamsha Vriksha G. V. Iyer [43]
1971 Sharapanjara C. S. Rajah [44]
1970 Sri Krishna Devaraya B. R. Panthulu [45]
1969 Namma Makkalu Harini [46]

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