63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

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63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016)

63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016) at a glance:

Date18 June 2016
Place HeldHyderabad, Telangana
HostsChinmayi Sriprada (Singer)
Rahul Ravindran (Actor)
ProducerBritannia
Most Awards7
Ennu Ninte Moideen (Malayalam)
Most Nominations10 each

Ennu Ninte Moideen (Malayalam),
Baahubali: The Beginning (Telugu)
Best Film-TamilKaaka Muttai
Best Film-TeluguBaahubali: The Beginning
Best Film-MalayalamPathemari
Best Film-KannadaRangiTaranga
Previous Filmfare Award-South62nd Filmfare Awards-South (2015)
Next Filmfare Awards-South64th Filfmare Awards-South (2017)

The event of 63rd Filmfare Awards-South held on 18 June 2016 at the Hyderabad International Convention Center.

Actor Rahul Ravindran and singer Chinmayi Sripada hosted the show in 2016. They together hosted the 61st Filmfare Awards-South (2014) too. 

Earlier, Chinmay Sripada hosted the show for the 3rd consecutive year. She hosted the 59th Filmfare Awards-South (2012) with singer Karthik, 60th Filmfare Awards-South (2013) with Actor Sundeep Krishan, and 61st Filmfare Awards-South (2014) with Actor Rahul Ravindran.

Content:

  1. Venue
  2. About Filmfare Awards-South
  3. Introduction of Filmfare Awards-South
  4. List of Winners and Nominees-63rd Filmfare Awards-South (Main Awards)
  5. Most Awarded Films in 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016)
  6. Most Nominated films in 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016)
  7. Special Jury Award
  8. Filmfare Awards for Best Female Debut-South
  9. Filmfare Awards for Best Male Debut-South
  10. Filmfare Awards for Best Cinematographer-South
  11. Filmfare Awards for Best Choreographer-South
  12. Filmfare Awards for Best Art Director-South
  13. Lifetime Achievement Award
  14. Critics Award for Best Actor
  15. Critics Award for Best Actress
  16. Technical Awards
  17. Awards Highlights

Venue

Initially, Filmfare Awards South was part of the Filmfare Awards (Hindi Cinema). Therefore, the award ceremonies were held in Bombay (now Mumbai) from 1964 to 1971 in a row.

Filmfare Awards South was held in Chennai for the first time in the year 1972. Moreover, it was the first time when the show was held outside Bombay.

However, the show was again held in Bombay in the years 1973 and 1974.

Thereafter since the 22nd Filmfare Awards South (1975), the ceremony started regularly in Chennai.

The 39th Filmfare Awards South were also held in Bombay along with Filmfare Awards (Hindi Cinema) on 31 March 1993.

The 44th Filmfare South (1996) was held at the Ravindra Bharati Auditorium, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, on 30 August 1997.

This was the first time when Filmfare Awards South were held outside Bombay/Mumbai or Madras/Chennai.

The award function started to be held in Chennai and Hyderabad in alternate years since the 43rd Filmfare Awards South (1996).

The 62nd Filmfare Awards South (2015) was held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, on 26 June 2015. The event of 63rd Filmfare Awards-South held on 18 June 2016 at the Hyderabad International Convention Center.

List of Winners and Nominees-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

Nominees and Winners of Tamil Cinema Awards

+ indicates winner

Award CategoryWinnerFilm
Best Film+Dhanush (Producer)Kaaka Muttai
+ Vetrimaaran (Producer)
Suriya (Producer)36 Vayadhinile
V Ravichandran (Producer)I
D. Ramesh Babu (Producer)
Mani Ratnam (Producer)OK Kanmani
Suresh Balaje (Producer)Papanasam
George Pius (Producer)
Rajkumar Sethupathi (Producer)
Sripriya (Producer)
Kalpathi S. Aghoram (Producer)Thani Oruvan
Kalpathi S. Ganesh (Producer)
Kalpathi S. Suresh (Producer)
Best Director+Mohan Raja Thani Oruvan
Jithu JosephPapanasam
Mani RatnamOK Kanmani
M. ManikandanKaaka Muttai
Roshan Andrews36 Vayadhinile
ShankarI
Best Actor+VikramI
Jayam Ravi Thani Oruvan
Kamal HaasanPapanasam
DhanushAnegan
Ajith KumarYennai Arindhaal
Best Actress+NayantaraNaanum Rowdy Dhaan
Nithya MenenOK Kanmani
Jyothika36 Vayadhinile
Aishwarya RajeshKaaka Muttai
GautamiPapanasam
Best Supporting Actor+Arvind SwamyThani Oruvan
Arun VijayYennai Arindhaal
R. ParthiepanNaanum Rowdy Dhaan
Prakash RajOK Kanmani
K. S. RavikumarThanga Magan
Best Supporting Actress+RaadhikaThanga Magan
Asha SarathPapanasam
Devadarshini36 Vayadhinile
Leela SamsonOK Kanmani
Parvathy NairYennai Arindhaal
Best Music Director+A. R. RahmanI
Anirudh RavichanderMaari
Naanum Rowdy Dhaan
A. R. RahmanOK Kanmani
Harris JayarajYennai Arindhaal
Best Lyricist+Madhan KarkyPookkale Sattru from I
KabilanEnnodu Nee Irundhaal" from I
ThamaraiUnakenna Venum Sollu from Yennai Arindhaal
Vignesh ShivanThangamey from Naanum Rowdy Dhaan
VivekVaadi Rasaathi from 36 Vayadhinile
Best Male Playback Singer+Sid SriramEnnodu Nee Irundhaal from I
Anirudh RavichanderThangamey from Naanum Rowdy Dhaan
A. R. RahmanMental Manadhil from OK Kanmani
DhanushOh Ohh from Thanga Magan
VijayYeandi Yeandi from Puli
Best Female Playback Singer+Swetha MohanEnna Solla from Thanga Magan
Shreya GhoshalPookkale Sattrufrom I
Kharesma RavichandranKadhal Cricket from Thani Oruvan
Neeti MohanNeeyum Naanum from Naanum Rowdy Dhaan
Shruti HaasanYeandi Yeandi from Puli

Nominees and Winners of Telugu Cinema Awards

+ indicates winner

Award CategoryWinnerFilm
Best Film+Shobu Yarlagadda (Producer)Baahubali: The Beginning
Prasad Devineni (Producer)
V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy (Producer)Bhale Bhale Magadivoy
Pramod Uppalapati (Producer)
Bunny Vasu (Producer)
K. A. Vallabha (Producer)Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju
Y. Rajeev Reddy (Producer)Kanche
J. Sai Babu (Producer)
Y. Naveen (Producer)Srimanthudu
Y. Ravi Shankar (Producer)
C. V. Mohan (Producer)
Best Director+S. S. Rajamouli Baahubali: The Beginning
Koratala SivaSrimanthudu
Kranthi Madhav Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju
KrishKanche
Trivikram SrinivasS/O Satyamurthy
Best Actor+Mahesh Babu Srimanthudu
Allu ArjunS/O Satyamurthy
NaniBhale Bhale Magadivoy
N. T. Rama Rao Jr.Temper
PrabhasBaahubali: The Beginning
Best Actress+Anushka ShettyRudhramadevi
Nithya MenenMalli Malli Idi Rani Roju
Hebah PatelKumari 21F
Shruti Haasan Srimanthudu
TamannaahBaahubali: The Beginning
Best Supporting Actor+Allu ArjunRudhramadevi
Jagapati BabuSrimanthudu
Posani Krishna MuraliTemper
Rana DaggubatiBaahubali: The Beginning
Sathyaraj
Best Supporting Actress+Ramya KrishnaBaahubali: The Beginning
Kriti KharbandaBruce Lee - The Fighter
Pavithra LokeshMalli Malli Idi Rani Roju
RevathiLoafer
Sukrithi Kerintha
Best Music Director+Devi Sri PrasadSrimanthudu
Anoop RubensGopala Gopala
Chirantan BhatKanche
Gopi SunderMalli Malli Idi Rani Roju
M. M. KeeravaniBaahubali: The Beginning
Best Lyricist+Sirivennela Seetharama SastryRaa Mundadugeddam from Kanche
ChandraboseEnduko Enduko from Gopala Gopala
Anantha SreeramMeghalu Lekunna from Kumari 21F
Sri Mani
Ramajogayya SastryPora Srimanthuda from Srimanthudu
Sri ManiSithakalam Suryudulaga from S/O Satyamurthy
Best Male Playback Singer+M. L. R. KarthikeyanPora Srimanthuda from Srimanthudu
DhanunjayBhaje Bhaje from Gopala Gopala
Keerthi SagathiaNeeku Theliyanida from Kanche
Yazin NizarCharusheela from Srimanthudu
Meghalu Lekunna from Kumari 21F
Best Female Playback Singer+Geetha MadhuriJeevanadhi from Baahubali: The Beginning
Shreya GhoshalNijamenani from Kanche
AishwaryaMarhaba from Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju
K. S. Chithra
Jonita GandhiYe Katha from Kerintha
Mohana BhogarajuSize Sexy from Size Zero

Nominees and Winners of Malayalam Cinema Awards

+ indicates winner

Award CategoryWinnerFilm
Best Film+Salim AhamedPathemari
Adv. Hashik Thayikandy (Producer)
TP Sudheesh (Producer)
Rajeev Nair (Producer)Anarkali
Shebin Becker (Producer)Charlie
Joju George (Producer)
Martin Prakkat (Producer)
Suresh Raj (Producer)Ennu Ninte Moideen
Binoy Shankarath (Producer)
Ragy Thomas (Producer)
Anwar Rasheed (Producer)Premam
Best Director+R. S. VimalEnnu Ninte Moideen
Alphonse PutharenPremam
Martin PrakkatCharlie
Salim AhmedPathemari
V. K. Prakash Nirnayakam
Best Actor+Mammootty Pathemari
Dulquer SalmanCharlie
JayasuryaSu Su Sudhi Vathmeekam
Nivin PaulyPremam
Prithviraj SukumaranEnnu Ninte Moideen
Best Actress+Parvathy ThiruvothuEnnu Ninte Moideen
Amala PaulMili
AnusreeChandrettan Evideya
Mamta MohandasTwo Countries
Manju WarrierRani Padmini
Best Supporting Actor+Tovino ThomasEnnu Ninte Moideen
Biju MenonMadhura Naranga
Indrajith SukumaranAmar Akbar Anthony
Nedumudi VenuCharlie
SreenivasanPathemari
Best Supporting Actress+Lena Ennu Ninte Moideen
Namitha PramodChandrettan Evideya
Ann AugustineNee-Na
Aparna GopinathCharlie
MiyaAnarkali
Best Music Director+M. JayachandranEnnu Ninte Moideen
BijibalPathemari
Gopi SunderCharlie
Rajesh MurugesanPremam
VidyasagarEnnum Eppozhum
Best Lyricist+Rafeeq AhamedKaathirunnu from Ennu Ninte Moideen
BK HarinarayananManju Peyyume from Mili
Rafeeq AhamedOru Karimukilinu from Charlie
Padiyirangunnu from Pathemari
Shabareesh VarmaMalare Ninne from Premam
Best Male Playback Singer+Vijay YesudasMalare Ninne from Premam
HariharanPadiyirangunnu from Pathemari
Najim ArshadManju Peyyume from Mili
P. JayachandranMalarvaka Kombath from Ennum Eppozhum
Vijay YesudasHemanthamen from Kohinoor
Best Female Playback Singer+Shreya GhoshalKaathirunnu from Ennu Ninte Moideen
Shreya GhoshalMele Mele from Life of Josutty
Chitra ArunOru Makara Nilavayi from Rani Padmini
Shweta MohanKayampoo Niramayi from Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam
Vaikom VijayalakshmiKaikkottum from Oru Vadakkan Selfie

Nominees and Winners of Kannada Cinema Awards

+ indicates winner

Award CategoryWinnerFilm
Best Film+H.K.Prakash (Producer)RangiTaranga
Dwarakish (Producer)Aatagara
Yogish Dwarakish (Producer)
Ajay Rao (Producer)Krishna Leela
N. S. Rajkumar (Producer)Mythri
Jayanna (Producer)Rana Vikrama
Bhogendra (Producer)
Best Director+Anup BhandariRangiTaranga
K. M. Chaitanya Aatagara
Pavan WadeyarRana Vikrama
ShashankKrishna Leela
Duniya SooriKendasampige
Best Actor+Puneeth RajkumarRana Vikrama
Ajay RaoKrishna Leela
Sanchari VijayNaanu Avanalla...Avalu
ShivarajkumarVajrakaya
Yash Masterpiece
Best Actress+Parul Yadav Aatagara
Mayuri KyatariKrishna Leela
Nabha NateshVajrakaya
Rachita RamRanna
Shanvi SrivastavaMasterpiece
Best Supporting Actor+Saikumar RangiTaranga
Ananth NagVaastu Prakaara
RamakrishnaRaja Rajendra
P. Ravi Shankar Aatagara
SundarNaanu Avanalla...Avalu
Best Supporting Actress+SudharaniVaastu Prakaara
Avantika ShettyRangiTaranga
Chandrika Kendasampige
MadhooRanna
Pavana GowdaAatagara
Best Music Director+Sridhar V. SambhramKrishna Leela
Anup BhandariRangiTaranga
Arjun Janya Vajrakaya
Jassie GiftLuv U Alia
V. HarikrishnaRhaatee
Best Lyricist+Jayant KaikiniNenape Nitya Mallige from Kendasampige
KavirajNee Muddada from Rathavara
Pavan WadeyarJagave Ondu Ranaranga from Rana Vikrama
V. Nagendra PrasadEdeyal Yaro Ghazal from Muddu Manase
Yogaraj BhatManege Naaku Moole from Vaastu Prakaara
Best Male Playback Singer+Santhosh VenkyRaja Raniyanthe from Rhaatee
DhanushNo Problem from Vajrakaya
Javed AliSanje Veleli from Luv U Alia
KarthikNenape Nitya Mallige from Kendasampige
Vijay PrakashThuttoori Thalavarayya from Bullet Basya
Best Female Playback Singer+Inchara RaoKareyole from RangiTaranga
Shreya GhoshalShuru Shuru from 1st Rank Raju
Anuradha BhatIrali Heege from Benkipatna
Indu NagarajKa Thalkattu Kaa from Mr. Airavata
Vani HarikrishnaRaata Patta from Rhaatee

Special Jury Award-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

The Special Jury Award was not presented in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016) for the 5th consecutive year.

Lifetime Achievement Award-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

NameOccupation
Mohan BabuActor
Filmfare Lifetime Achievement (South) 2016

Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut-South

  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut-South was first introduced in the 45th Filmfare Awards-South (1998).
    • Simran became the first winner of the award.
    • She won the award for the Tamil language films Nerukku Ner, Once More, and VIP.
  • Sai Pallavi and Pragya Jaiswal received the award for Best Female Debut in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • Sai Pallavi won the award for Best Female Debut for the Malayalam-Tamil language film Premam.
    • Pragya Jaiswal won the award for Best Female Debut for the Telugu language film Kanche.

Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut-South

  • Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut-South was first introduced in the 48th Filmfare Awards-South (2001).
    • R. Madhavan became the first winner of the award.
    • He won the award for the Tamil language film Alaipayuthey.
  • Akhil Akkineni and G.V. Prakash Kumar received the award for Best Male Debut in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • Akhil Akkineni won the award for the Telugu language Film Akhil.
    • G.V. Prakash Kumar won the award for the Tamil language film Darling.

Filmfare Critics Awards for Best Actor

  • Critics Award was introduced in the 59th Filmfare Awards-South (2012).
    • Jayam Ravi won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Tamil) for Thani Oruvan in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • Nani won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Telugu) for Bhale Bhale Magadivoy in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • Jayasurya won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Malayalam) for Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • Sanchari Vijay won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Kannada) for Naanu Avanalla…Avalu in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).

Filmfare Critics Awards for Best Actress

  • Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress was introduced in the 63rd Filmfare Awards (2016).
    • Jyothika won the award for the film 36 Vayadhinile (Tamil).
    • Nithya Menon won the award for the film Malli Malli Idhi Rani Roju (Telugu).
    • Amala Paul won the award for the film Mili (Malayalam).
    • Rachita Ram won the award for for the film Ranna (Kannada).

Technical Awards

Filmfare Award for Best Cinematographer-South

  • Filmfare Best Cinematographer-South was first introduced in the 45th Filmfare Awards-South (1998).
  • Santosh Sivan became the first winner of the Award.
    • He won the award for the Tamil language film Iruvar.
  • K. K. Senthil Kumar won the award for Filmfare Best Cinematographer-South in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • He won the award for the Telugu language film Baahubali: The Beginning.

Filmfare Award for Best Dance Choreographer-South

  • Filmfare Award for Best Dance Choreographer South was first introduced in the 45th Filmfare Awards-South (1998).
    • Brinda Master became the first person to received the award.
    • She won the award for the Telugu language film Preminchukundam Raa.
  • Sekhar VJ won the Filmfare Best Choreographer-South in the 63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016).
    • He won the award for the song Kung Fu Kumaari from Bruce Lee: The Fighter.

Filmfare Award for Best Art Director-South

  • Filmfare Award for Best Art Director South was first introduced in the 46th Filmfare Awards-South (1999).
    • Thotta Tharani won the award for the Telugu language film Choodalani Vundi.
  • Sabu Cyril won the award for Best Production Designer-South(Best Art Director) in the 58th Filmfare Awards South (2011).
    • He won the award for the Tamil language Science Fiction film Enthiran.
      • The name of the award was changed from Best Art Director-South to Best Production Designer-South from 58th Filmfare Awards South (2011) onward. This was done by keeping in mind that Art Direction is itself a part of Production Design.
  • Award for Best Art Director-South or Best Production Designer-South was not awarded in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016) for the 5th consecutive year.

There are several occasions when the Filmfare Award for Best Art Director-South was not awarded. Here is the list of Filmfare Awards South in which the Best Director Award was not given:

  1. 47th Filmfare Awards South (2000) to 52nd Filmfare Awards South (2005); for six (6) consecutive years.
  2. 54th Filmfare Awards South (2007).
  3. 56th Filmfare Awards South (2009) to 57th Filmfare Awards South (2010); for two (2) consecutive years.
  4. 59th Filmfare Awards South (2012) to 64th Filmfare Awards South (2017); for six more consecutive years.

Filmfare Award for Best Costume Design-South

  • Manish Malhotra received the newly introduced award for Best Costume Design-South in the 58th Filmfare Awards-South (2011).
    • He won the award for the Tamil language Science Fiction Enthiran.
  • The award was not given in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016) for the 4th consecutive year.

Most Nominated and Most Awarded films-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

Several films received multiple nominations and multiple awards in various categories. The following films received multiple nominations and multiple awards, including the Most Awards and the Most Nominations in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016):

Most Awarded South Indian Films in 63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

FilmLanguageAwardsNominations
Ennu Ninte MoideenMalayalam79
Baahubali: The BeginningTelugu510
SrimanthuduTelugu39
ITamil48
RangiTarangaKannada46
Thani OruvanTamil36
KancheTelugu27
PathemariMalayalam27
PremamMalayalam27
Thanga MaganTamil24
RudhramadeviTelugu22
Malli Malli Idi Rani RojuTelugu17
Naanum Rowdy DhaanTamil16
36 VayadhinileTamil16
AatagaraKannada15
Krishna LeelaKannada15
MiliMalayalam14
Rana VikramaKannada14
KendasampigeKannada14
Kaaka MuttaiTamil13
Bhale Bhale MagadivoyTelugu13
Su Su Sudhi VathmeekamMalayalam13
Naanu Avanalla…AvaluKannada13
RannaKannada13
Vaastu PrakaaraKannada13
RhaateeKannada13
Bruce Lee: The FighterTelugu12

Most Nominated South Indian Films in 63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

FilmLanguageNominationsAwards
Baahubali: The BeginningTelugu105
Ennu Ninte MoideenMalayalam97
SrimanthuduTelugu93
ITamil84
KancheTelugu72
PathemariMalayalam72
PremamMalayalam72
Malli Malli Idi Rani RojuTelugu71
O Kadhal Kanmani
(OK Kanmani)
Tamil70
CharlieMalayalam70
RangiTarangaKannada64
Thani OruvanTamil63
36 VayadhinileTamil61
Naanum Rowdy DhaanTamil61
AatagaraKannada51
Krishna LeelaKannada51
Yennai ArindhaalTamil50
PapanasamTamil50
Thanga MaganTamil42
MiliMalayalam41
Rana VikramaKannada41
KendasampigeKannada41
VajrakayaKannada40
Kaaka MuttaiTamil31
Bhale Bhale MagadivoyTelugu31
Su Su Sudhi VathmeekamMalayalam31
Naanu Avanalla…AvaluKannada31
RannaKannada31
Vaastu PrakaaraKannada31
RhaateeKannada31
S/O SatyamurthyTelugu30
Kumari 21FTelugu30
Gopala GopalaTelugu30
RudhramadeviTelugu22
Bruce Lee: The FighterTelugu21
PuliTamil20
TemperTelugu20
KerinthaTelugu20
AnarkaliMalayalam20
Chandrettan EvideyaMalayalam20
Rani PadminiMalayalam20
Ennum EppozhumMalayalam20
MasterpieceKannada20
Luv U AliaKannada20

Most Awarded and Most Nominated (Tamil Films)-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

Most Awarded Tamil Films

FilmAwardsNomination
I48
Thani Oruvan36
Thanga Magan24
Naanum Rowdy Dhaan16
36 Vayadhinile16
Kaaka Muttai13

Most Nominated Tamil Films

FilmNominationsAwards
I84
O Kadhal Kanmani
(OK Kanmani)
70
Thani Oruvan63
36 Vayadhinile61
Naanum Rowdy Dhaan61
Yennai Arindhaal50
Papanasam50
Thanga Magan42
Kaaka Muttai31
Puli20

Highlights-Tamil Cinema Awards-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

  • The film “I” became the most awarded Tamil film in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
    • The film won four (4) awards out of eight (8) nominations.
      1. Vikram won the Filmfare award for the Best Actor (Tamil).
      2. A. R. Rahman won the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director (Tamil).
      3. Madhan Karky won the Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist-Tamil for the song Pookkale Sattru from “I”.
      4. Sid Sriram won the Filmfare award for Best Male Playback Singer-Tamil for the song Ennodu Nee Irundhaal from “I”.
  • By receiving eight (8) nominations “I” also became the Most Nominated Tamil film in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016)
  • Film Thani Oruvan received six (6) nominations and won three (3) of them.
    1. Mohan Raja won the Filmfare award for Best Director (Tamil).
    2. Arvind Swamy won the Filmfare award for Best Supporting Actor (Tamil).
    3. Jayam Ravi won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Tamil).
  • Tamil Film Thanga Magan received four (4) nominations. However, the film could win only two (2) awards.
    1. Raadhika won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (Tamil).
    2. Swetha Mohan won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song Enna Solla from Thanga Magan.
  • Film Naanum Rowdy Dhaan and 36 Vayadhinile received six (6) nominations each. Both films won one (1) award each.
    1. Nayantara won the Filmfare award for Best Actress (Tamil) for Naanum Rowdy Dhaan.
    2. Jyothika won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress for 36 Vayadhinile.
      • She also received a nomination in the category of Best Actress (Tamil) for 36 Vayadhinile.
  • Film Kaaka Muttai received three (3) nominations and won one of them.
    • The film won the Filmfare award for Best Film (Tamil).
  • Film Yennai Arindhaal and Papanasam received five (5) nominations each. However, both the films failed to win any awards in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
  • Film Puli received two (2) nominations but did not win any.

Most Awarded and Most Nominated (Telugu Films)-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

Most Awarded Telugu Films

FilmAwardsNominations
Baahubali: The Beginning510
Srimanthudu39
Kanche27
Rudhramadevi22
Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju17
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy13
Bruce Lee: The Fighter12

Most Nominated Telugu Films

FilmNominationsAwards
Baahubali: The Beginning105
Srimanthudu93
Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju71
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy31
S/O Satyamurthy30
Kumari 21F30
Gopala Gopala30
Rudhramadevi22
Bruce Lee: The Fighter21
Puli20
Temper20
Kerintha20

Highlights-Telugu Cinema Awards-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

  • The Epic film Baahubali: The Beginning received ten (10) Filmfare nominations.
    • By receiving ten (10) Filmfare nominations, Baahubali: The Beginning became the Most Nominated Telugu film in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
  • Baahubali: The Beginning won five (5) Filmfare awards out of ten (10) nominations.
    1. The film won the Filmfare Award for Best Film (Telugu).
    2. S.S. Rajamouli won the Filmfare award for Best Director (Telugu).
    3. Ramya Krishna won the Filmfare award for Best Supporting Actress (Telugu).
    4. Geetha Madhuri won the Filmfare award for Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu).
      • She won the award for the song Jeevanadhi.
    5. K.K. Senthil Kumar won the award for Filmfare Best Cinematographer (South).
  • Film Srimanthudu received nine (9) nominations and won three (3) out of them.
    1. Mahesh Babu won the Filmfare award for Best Actor (Telugu).
    2. Devi Sri Prasad won the Filmfare award for Best Music Director (Telugu).
    3. M. L. R. Karthikeyan won the Filmfare award for Best Male Playback Singer (Telugu).
  • Film Kanche received seven (7) nominations. The film won two (2) Filmfare awards.
    1. Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry won the Filmfare award for Best Lyricist (Telugu).
    2. Pragya Jaiswal received the Filmfare award for Best Female Debut in South Indian Movies.
  • Film Rudhramadevi received two (2) nominations and won both of them.
    1. Anushka Shetty won the Filmfare award for Best Actress (Telugu).
    2. Allu Arjun won the Filmfare award for Best Supporting Actor (Telugu).
  • Film Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju received seven (7) nominations. However, the film won only one (1) award.
    1. Nithya Menon received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress (Telugu).
  • Film Bhale Bhale Magadivoy received three (3) nominations. The film could win only one (1) award.
    1. Actor Nani won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Telugu).
  • Film Bruce Lee: The Fighter received two (2) nominations and won one (1) of them.
    1. Sekhar VJ won the Filmfare Best Choreographer-South.
  • Film S/O Satyamurthy, Kumari 21F, and Gopala Gopala received three (3) nominations each.
    • However, none of the films could win any awards.
  • Film Puli, Temper, and Kerintha received two (2) nominations each.
    • However, all these films failed to win any awards.

Most Awarded and Most Nominated (Malayalam Films)-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

Most Awarded Malayalam Films

FilmAwardsNominations
Ennu Ninte Moideen79
Pathemari27
Premam27
Mili14
Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam13

Most Nominated Malayalam Films

FilmNominationsAwards
Ennu Ninte Moideen97
Pathemari72
Premam72
Charlie70
Mili41
Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam31
Anarkali20
Chandrettan Evideya20
Rani Padmini20
Ennum Eppozhum20

Highlights-Malayalam Cinema Awards-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

  1. Film Ennu Ninte Moideen received nine (9) Filmfare nominations in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
  2. By receiving nine (9) nominations, Ennu Ninte Moideen became the Most Nominated Malayalam film in the 2016 Filmfare Awards-South.
  3. The film won seven (7) Filmfare awards out of nine (9) nominations.
  4. By winning seven (7) awards, Ennu Ninte Moideen became the Most Awarded South Indian film in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016). Here is the list of winners of those seven (7) filmfare Awards:
    1. R. S. Vimal – Best Director (Malayalam).
    2. Parvathy Thiruvothu – Best Actress (Malayalam).
    3. Tovino Thomas – Best Supporting Actor (Malayalam).
    4. Lena – Best Supporting Actress (Malayalam).
    5. M. Jayachandran – Best Music Director (Malayalam).
    6. Rafeeq Ahamed – Best Lyricist (Malayalam).
    7. Shreya Ghoshal – Best Female Playback Singer.
  5. Film Pathemari received seven (7) nominations. The film won two (2) Filmfare Awards.
    1. Best Film – Malayalam.
    2. Mammootty – Best Actor (Malayalam).
  6. Film Premam too received seven (7) nominations. The film also won two (2) Filmfare Awards.
    1. Vijay Yesudas – Best Male Playback Singer (Malayalam).
    2. Sai Pallavi – Best Female Debut (South).
  7. Film Charlie too received seven (7) nominations. However, the film could not win any awards.
  8. Film Mili won one (1) Filmfare award out of four (4) nominations.
    1. Amala Paul – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress (Malayalam).
  9. Film Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam received three (3) nominations. The film won only one (1) award in the Critics Awards category.
    1. Jayasurya – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Malayalam).
  10. Film Anarkali, Rani Padmini, Chandrettan Evideya, and Ennum Eppozhum received two nominations each. However, none of the films could win any awards.

Most Awarded and Most Nominated (Kannada Films)-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

Most Awarded Kannada Films

FilmAwardsNominations
RangiTaranga46
Aatagara15
Krishna Leela15
Rana Vikrama14
Kendasampige14
Naanu Avanalla…Avalu13
Ranna13
Vaastu Prakaara13
Rhaatee13

Most Nominated Kannada Films

FilmNominationsAwards
RangiTaranga64
Aatagara51
Krishna Leela51
Rana Vikrama41
Kendasampige41
Vajrakaya40
Naanu Avanalla…Avalu31
Ranna31
Vaastu Prakaara31
Rhaatee31
Masterpiece20
Luv U Alia20

Highlights-Kannada Cinema Awards-63rd Filmfare Awards South (2016)

  • Film RangiTaranga received six (6) nominations.
  • By receiving six (6) nominations, RangiTaranga became the Most Nominated Kannada film in the 63rd Filmfare Awards-South (2016).
  • The film won four (4) Filmfare awards out of six (6) nominations.
  • By winning four (4) Filmfare awards, RangiTaranga also became the Most Awarded Kannada film in the 2016 Filmfare awards-South. Here are the winners:
    1. Best Film (Kannada).
    2. Anup Bhandari – Best Director (Kannada).
    3. Saikumar – Best Supporting Actor (Kannada).
    4. Inchara Rao – Best Female Playback Singer
      • She won the award for the song Kareyole.
  • Film Aatagara and Krishna Leela received five (5) nominations each. Both films won one (1) award each
    • Parul Yadav won the Filmfare award for Best Actress (Kannada) for Aatagara.
    • Sridhar V. Sambhram won the Filmfare award for Best Music Director (Kannada) for the film Krishna Leela.
  • Rana Vikrama and Kendasampige received four (4) nominations each. Both films won one (1) award each too.
    • Puneeth Rajkumar won the Filmfare award for Best Actor (Kannada) for Rana Vikrama.
    • Jayant Kaikini won the Filmfare award for Best Lyricist (Kannada).
  • Film Vajrakaya too received four (4) nominations. However, the film did not win any awards.
  • Film Naanu Avanalla…Avalu, Ranna, Vaastu Prakaara, and Rhaatee received three nominations each. All films won one (1) award each too.
    1. Sanchari Vijay – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (Kannada) for Naanu Avanalla…Avalu.
    2. Rachita Ram – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress (Kannada) for Ranna.
    3. Sudharani – Best Supporting Actress (Kannada) for Vaastu Prakaara.
    4. Santhosh Venky – Best Male Playback Singer.
  • Film Masterpiece and Luv U Alia received two (2) nominations each. However, both films did not win any awards.

About Filmfare Awards South

Filmfare Awards South is a separate part of the annual Filmfare Awards. However, Filmfare Magazine presents both awards. The First Filmfare Awards were given on 21 March 1954.

Initially, only Hindi cinema personalities get nominated and awarded in various Filmfare Categories. Thereafter, Filmfare started new segments like Filmfare South, Filmfare Marathi, and Filmfare Bengali.

Filmfare Magazine presents Filmfare Awards. The Time Group publish the Filmfare magazine. Filmfare Awards acknowledge and honor the talent of Hindi Cinema. Filmfare Awards South aims to consider South Indian Films and related film personalities to honor and encourage them.

Introduction of Filmfare Awards South

South Film Industry makes films in mainly four languages namely Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. Thus, Filmfare Magazine introduced the new segment of Filmfare Awards for South.

The First Filmfare Award was held in the year 1954 in Bombay (now Mumbai). Filmfare presented awards, for Hindi Cinema, in five categories only.

Filmfare Magazine introduced Filmfare Awards South in 1964, after ten (10) years of the First Filmfare Awards held in Bombay (now Mumbai).

In the meantime, Filmfare also introduced Filmfare Awards East and Filmfare Marathi Awards in 1963. Filmfare Awards East were initially meant for Bangla Cinema. However, Assamese and Odia cinema were also included in the year 2014.

South Indian Films (Tamil and Telugu only) were considered in the 11th, 12th, and 13th Filmfare Awards South. Malayalam Films were added to the 14th Filmfare Awards South (1967). Thereafter, Kannada Films were also added to the 17th Filmfare Awards South. Thus, all four languages of South Indian Films or four film industries were considered for awards since the 17th Filmfare Awards South (1970).

Introduction of New Categories

Filmfare Awards South presented awards in the category of Best Film only from 1964 to 1972.

Filmfare introduced new categories of awards in the 20th Filmfare Awards (1973). These new categories were Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress.

Thus, the number of award categories became four (4) since the 20th Filmfare Awards South (1973). Now onward, all four awards were presented in all four main categories as such Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress belong to four film industries of South Indian Cinema.

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Best Music Director Award South was introduced in the 38th Filmfare Awards South (1991).

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Three new categories were introduced in the 45th Filmfare Awards South (1998).

  • Filmfare Award South for Best Cinematography.
  • Filmfare Award South for Best Choreography.
  • Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut South.

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Two new categories were introduced in the 46th Filmfare Awards South (1999).

  • Filmfare Award for Best Playback Singer-South
  • Filmfare Award for Best Art Director-South.

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Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut-South was introduced in the 48th Filmfare Awards South (2001). Earlier the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut-South was introduced in the 45th Filmfare Awards-South (1998).

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Four new award categories were introduced in the 50th Filmfare Awards South for Tamil and Telugu Cinema. These categories were Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Villain, and Best Comedian.

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Three new award categories were introduced in the 53rd Filmfare Awards-South.

  • Best Lyricist
  • Best Editor
  • Best Action Director

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  • Filmfare Best Costume Design-South was introduced in the 58th Filmfare Awards-South (2011).
  • Manish Malhotra received the award for Best Costume Design-South for the Tamil language Science Fiction Enthiran.

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  • Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor was introduced in the 59th Filmfare Awards-South (2012).
  • Best Actor-Critics (Tamil) was awarded in the 59th Filmfare Awards-South (2012).
  • Vikram won the award for the film Deiva Thirumagal (Tamil).

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  • Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress was introduced in the 63rd Filmfare Awards (2016).
  • Jyothika won the award for the film 36 Vayadhinile (Tamil).
  • Nithya Menon won the award for the film Malli Malli Idhi Rani Roju (Telugu).
  • Amala Paul won the award for the film Mili (Malayalam).
  • Rachita Ram won the award for for the film Ranna (Kannada).

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