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Filmfare Special Award – South

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Filmfare Special Award – South

The Filmfare Special Jury Award is given by the Filmfare Magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for South Indian films. It acknowledges a special and unique performance and encourages artistes, filmmakers and musicians to break new ground in drama, direction, music and acting. It is only given if someone has done something really different. However, it is also given occasionally to film personalities for their contribution to the film industry. The year indicates the time when the awards were actually given.

Year Recipient(s) Film Language Refs.
2010 Deva Katta Director Prasthanam Telugu [1]
2009 Mohanlal Actor Bhramaram Malayalam [2]
2009 Yuvan Shankar Raja Music director Oye! Telugu [2]
2009 Srinagar Kitty Actor Savaari Kannada [2]
2009 Yagna Shetty Actress Eddelu Manjunatha Kannada [2]
2006 Chiranjeevi Actor Legendary acting Telugu [3]
2006 Mammootty Actor Legendary acting Malayalam [3]
2003 K. Muralitharan
V. Swaminathan
G. Venugopal
Producer Anbe Sivam Tamil [4]
2000 Meena Actress Rythem Tamil
1999 Vikram Actor Sethu Tamil [5]
1998 C H Ramoji Rao Producer Contributions Telugu [6]
1989 Ilayaraja Music Director Outstanding Contribution Tamil
1983 Revathi Actress Man Vasanai Tamil [7]
1980 Chiranjeevi Actor Punnami Naagu Telugu [8]

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