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Filmfare Award for Best Dance Choreographer – South

The Filmfare Best Choreography Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for South Indian films.

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

Year Choreographer Film Language
2014 Shobi Kaththi [1] Tamil
2013 Shekhar Iddarammayilatho Telugu
2012 Jani[2] Racha Telugu
2011 Prem Rakshith[3] Badrinath Telugu
2010 Baba Bhaskar, Raju Sundaram Singam, Brindavanam Tamil, Telugu
2009 Prem Rakshith, Dinesh Kumar Ayan, Arya 2 Tamil, Telugu
2008 Prem Rakshith Kantri Telugu
2007 Prem Rakshith Azhagiya Tamil Magan Tamil
2006 Lawrence Raghavendra[4] Style Telugu
2005 Prabhu Deva Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana Telugu
2004 Raju Sundaram[5] Ghilli Tamil
2003 Brindha[6] Kaaka Kaaka Tamil
2002 Lawrence Raghavendra[7] Indra Telugu
2001 Lawrence Raghavendra[8] Paarthale Paravasam Tamil
1998 Suchitra Chandrabose[9] Ooyala Telugu
1997 Brindha[10] Preminchukundam Raa Telugu

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  2. ^ Filmfare Awards (South): The complete list of Winners
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