Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress

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Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress
State award for contributions to Kannada cinema
Awarded forAward for Best Performance of an actress in Leading Role
Sponsored byGovernment of Karnataka
Reward(s)
  • Silver Medal
  • 20,000
First awarded1967–68
Last awarded2017
Most recent winnerTara
Highlights
Total awarded50
First winnerKalpana

The Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress is a state film award of the Indian state of Karnataka given during the annual Karnataka State Film Awards. The award honours Kannada language film actresses.

Superlative Winners[edit]

 • Kalpana 3 Awards
 • Aarathi
 • Jayanthi
 • Tara
4 Awards

Winners[edit]

Key[edit]

Symbol Meaning
dagger Indicates a joint award for that year
List of award recipients, showing the year and film(s)
Year Recipient(s) Role(s) Film(s) Ref.
1967–68 Kalpana Indira Belli Moda
1968–69 Kalpana Malathi Hannele Chiguridaga
1969–70 Bharathi Vishnuvardhan Chennambike Sri Krishnadevaraya
1970–71 Kalpana Kaveri Sharapanjara
1971–72 L. V. Sharada Kathyayini Vamsha Vriksha
1972–73 Aarathi Alamelu Naagarahaavu
1973–74 Jayanthidagger Madhavi Edakallu Guddada Mele [1]
Nandini Bhaktavatsaladagger Kamali Kaadu
1974–75 A. Revathi Kankana
1975–76 Aarathi Munithaayi Katha Sangama
1976–77 Jayanthi Manassinanthe Mangalya [1]
1977–78 Aparna Narang Spandana
1978–79 Aarathi Thunga Dharmasere
1979–80 Vaishali Kasaravalli Lakshmi Akramana
1980–81 Aarathi Ranganayaki / Maala Ranganayaki
1981–82 Jayanthi Putti Dharma Dari Thappithu [1]
1982–83 Padma Vasanthi Vasanthi Maanasa Sarovara
1983–84 Abhinaya Gowri Anubhava
1984–85 Roopa Devi Avala Antharanga
1985–86 Jayanthi Chinnamma / Thara Devi Masanada Hoovu [1]
1986–87 Geetha Dr. Janaki Aruna Raaga
1987–88 Usha Akka Mahadevi Shivayogi Akkamahadevi
1988–89 Saritha Banneri Sankranthi
1989–90 Sudha Rani Rukmini Panchama Veda
1990–91 Tara Jaya Krama
1991–92 Sudha Rani Padma Mysore Mallige
1992–93 Vinaya Prasad Vani Aathanka [2]
1993–94 Lakshmi Ramabai Hoovu Hannu
1994–95 Shruti Usha Aagatha
1995–96 Prema Madhu Om [3]
1996–97 Shilpa Kanaka Janumada Jodi [4]
1997–98 Jayamala Thaayi Saheba Thaayi Saheba
1998–99 Soundarya Kshama Doni Saagali [5]
1999–2000 Tara Subbamma Heggadithi Kaanuru Heggadathi [6]
2000–01 Anu Prabhakar Kaveri Shaapa [6]
2001–02 Soundarya Naagi Dweepa [7]
2002–03 Bhavana Channi Kshaama [8]
2003–04 Radhika Kumaraswamy Gowri Thaayi Illada Tabbali [9]
2004–05 Shruti Gowri Gowdru [10]
2005–06 Pavitra Lokesh Venkatalakshmi Naayi Neralu [11]
2006–07 Tara Mrudula Ranganathan Cyanide [12]
2007–08 Umashree Gulabi Gulabi Talkies [13]
2008–09 Radhika Pandit Chanchala Moggina Manasu [14]
2009–10 Anu Prabhakar Bangari Pareekshe [15]
2010–11 Ramya Geetha Sanju Weds Geetha [16]
2011 Bhavana Bhageerathi Bhageerathi [17]
2012 Nirmala Chennappa Jayamma Tallana [18]
2013 Nivedhitha Devakka December-1 [19]
2014 Lakshmi Gopalaswamy Meera Vidaaya [20]
2015 Malashri Ganga Ganga [21]
2016 Sruthi Hariharan Nandini Beautiful Manasugalu [22]
2017 Tara Ramakka Hebbet Ramakka [23]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  20. ^ "Film awards: a balance between main and independent film-making streams". The Hindu. 13 February 2017. Retrieved 8 April 2017.
  21. ^ "Overwhelmed by the honour". Deccan Herald. 21 May 2016. Retrieved 8 April 2017.
  22. ^ "Achyuth Kumar, Sruthi Hariharan win top honours at State Awards". The Times of India. 13 April 2017.
  23. ^ "Shuddhi is best film; Tara best actress". The Times of India. 26 October 2018. Retrieved 26 October 2018.