Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Playback

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The Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer is given by the state government as part of its annual Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Tamil (Kollywood) films.[1]

The list[edit]

List of frequent winners
Artist Wins
S. Janaki
6
K S Chitra
4
P. Susheela
3
Swarnalatha
3
Sujatha Mohan
3
Chinmayi
3

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

Year Singer Song Film
2014 Uthara Unnikrishnan[2] "Azhagu" Saivam
2013 Sandhya Jayakrishna[3] "Onakkaga Poranthaenae" Pannaiyarum Padminiyum
2012 Shreya Ghoshal[4] "Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala" Kumki
2011 Swetha Mohan[5] Multiple films
2010 Chinmayi[6] "Kilimanjaro" Enthiran
2009 Mahathi [7] "Nenje Nenje" Ayan
2008 Mahathi[8] "Naeraa Varattuma" Nenjathai Killadhe
2007 Chinmayi[9] "Sahana" Sivaji
2006 Shreya Ghoshal[10] " Munbe Vaa" Sillunu Oru Kaadhal
2005 Bombay Jayashree[11] "Suttum Vizhi" Ghajini
2004 K. S. Chitra[12] "Ovvoru Pookalume" Autograph
2003 Harini[13] "Aalanguyil" Parthiban Kanavu
2002 Chinmayi[14] "Oru Deivam Thanda" Kannathil Muthamittal
2001 Sujatha Mohan[15] "Un Samayal Arayil" Dhill
2000 Swarnalatha[16] "Evano Oruvan" Alaipayuthey
1999 S. Janaki[17] "Maarghazhi Thingal" Sangamam
1998 Nithyashree Mahadevan[18] "Kannodu Kanbadellam" Jeans
1997 Harini[19] "Manam Virumbudhe" Nerukku Ner
1996 Sujatha Mohan[20] "Poo Pookum Osai" Minsaara Kanavu
1995 K. S. Chitra[21] "Kannalane" Bombay
1994 Swarnalatha[22] "Porale Ponnuthayi" Karuththamma
1993 Sujatha Mohan[23] "Netru Illadha Matram" Pudhiya Mugam
1992 Minmini[24] "Chinna Chinna Asai" Roja
1991 Swarnalatha[25] "Povoma Oorgolam" Chinna Thambi
1990 K. S. Chitra[26] "Chinna ponnu dhaan" Vaigaasi Porandhaachu
1989 P. Susheela[27] "Magane Magane Kannurangu" Varam
1988 K. S. Chitra[28] Multiple films
1987 No award
1986 No award
1985 No award
1984 No award
1983 No award
1982-83 S. Janaki [29] Kaathal Oviyam
1981-82 S. Janaki[30] Moondram Pirai
1980-81 P. Susheela Anbulla Athaan
1979-80 S. Janaki[31] Uthiripookkal
1978-79 Vani Jayaram Azhagae Unnai Aaradhikkiren
1977-78 S. Janaki[32] 16 Vayathinile
1970 S. Janaki[33] Namma Kuzhanthaigal
1969 K. B. Sundarambal Thunaivan
1969 P. Susheela[34] "Paal Polave",
"Brindavanthukku"
Uyarntha Manithan,
Lakshmi Kalyanam

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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