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Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu

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Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu

The Telugu Filmfare Best Female Playback Award is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Telugu films.

The award was first given in 2004. Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.

Year Singer Film & Song
2014 Sunitha Upadrashta Oohalu Gusagusalade - "Em Sandehamledu"
2013 K. S. Chithra Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu - "Seethammavakitlo"
2012 Suchitra[1] Businessman - "Sir Osthara"
2011 Shreya Ghoshal[2] Sri Rama Rajyam - "Jagadhananda Karaka"
2010[3] Geetha Madhuri Golimaar - "Magallu"
2009 Priya Himesh Aarya 2 - "Ringa Ringa"
2008 Shweta Pandit Kotha Bangaru Lokam - "Nenani Neevani"
2007 Sadhana Sargam Munna - "Manasa"
2006 Mamta Mohandas Rakhi - "Rakhi Rakhi"
2005 Smita Anukokunda Oka Roju - "Evaraina"
2004 K. S. Chithra[4] Varsham - "Nuvvostanante"

References

  1. ^ Filmfare Awards (South): The complete list of Winners
  2. ^
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  4. ^ http://www.viggy.com/english/current_filmfare_award_2004.asp

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