SIIMA Award for Best Actor

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South Indian International Movie Awards, also known as the SIIMA Awards, rewards the artistic and technical achievements of the South Indian film industry[1]. SIIMA Awards are presented for numerous categories in each of the four language films(Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil & Telugu). SIIMA award for Best Actor recognizes the performance of an actor in a leading role in South Indian movie. SIIMA award for Best Actor was first given during the year 2012.[2]


Superlatives[edit]

Superlative Best Actor
Most awards Telugu Mahesh Babu 3 awards
Most awards Tamil Dhanush 3 awards
Most awards Malayalam Mohanlal 3 awards
Most awards Kannada Shivarajakumar 3 awards


Winners & Nominees[edit]

Language Year actor Film Ref.
Telugu 2011 Mahesh Babu Dookudu
2012 Pawan Kalyan Gabbar Singh
2013 Mahesh Babu Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu
2014 Nandamuri Balakrishna Legend
2015 Mahesh Babu Srimanthudu
2016 N. T. Rama Rao Jr. Nanaku Prematho
2017 Prabhas Baahubali 2
Tamil 2011 Dhanush Aadukalam
2012 Dhanush 3
2013 Sivakarthikeyan Ethir Neechal
2014 Dhanush VIP
2015 Vikram I
2016 Sivakarthikeyan Remo
2017 R.Madhavan Vikram Vedha
Malayalam 2011 Mohanlal Pranayam
2012 Mohanlal Spirit
2013 Dileep Sound Thoma
2014 Nivin Pauly 1983
2015 Prithviraj Sukumaran Ennu Ninte Moideen
2016 Mohanlal Pulimurugan
2014 Nivin Pauly Sakhavu
Kannada 2011 Puneet Rajkumar
2012 Shivarajkumar Shiva
2013 Shivarajkumar Bhajarangi
2014 Yash Mrs &Mr Ramachari
2015 Puneet Rajkumar Rana Vikrama
2016 Shivarajkumar Shivalinga

Critics choice[edit]

Language Year actor Ref.
Telugu 2012 Rana Daggubati
2013
2014 Naga Chaitanya
2015 Allu Arjun
2016 Nani
Tamil 2012 Vijay Sethupathi
2013 Dhanush
2014 Karthi
2015 Jayam Ravi
2016 R.Madhavan
Malayalam 2012 Fahadh Faasil
2013 Prithviraj Sukumaran
2014 Prithviraj Sukumaran
2015 Nivin Pauly
2016 Nivin Pauly
Kannada 2012 Upendra
2013
2014 Upendra
2015 Sathish Ninasam
2016 Rakshit Shetty

References[edit]

  1. ^ Manigandan, K. r (2012-06-16). "Star-struck? Head to Dubai". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2017-12-01.
  2. ^ Manigandan, K. R. (2012-06-28). "The South Shines". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2017-12-01.