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Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress

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

List of winners

List of winners and nominated work
Year Recipient(s) Film(s)
1967 K. R. Vijaya Iru Malargal
1968 Padmini Thillaanaa Mohanambal
1969 Sowcar Janaki[2] Iru Kodugal
1970 K. R. Vijaya Namma Veetu Dheivam
1971 No Award
1972 No Award
1973 No Award
1974 No Award
1975 No Award
1976 No Award
1977–78 Latha[3] Maduraiyai Meeta Sundara Pandian
1978–79 Lakshmi Oru Nadigai Naatakam Paarkiraal
1979–80 Saritha[4] Oru Vellaadu Vengaiyagiradhu
1980–81 Suhasini[5] Nenjathai Killadhe
1981–82 Sridevi Moondram Pirai
1982–83 Saritha[6] Agni Sakshi
1983 No Award
1984 No Award
1985 No Award
1986 No Award
1987 No Award
1988 Saritha[7] Poo Pootha Nandavanam
1989 Raadhika Ninaivu Chinnam
1990 Revathy[8] Kizhakku Vasal
1991 Kushboo[9] Chinna Thambi
1992 Suganya Chinna Gounder, Solaiyamma, Senthamizh Paatu
1993 Meena Yejaman, Sethupathi IPS
1994 Rajshri Karuthamma
1995 Kushboo[10] Kolangal
1996 Shruti[11]
Meena[12]
Kalki
Bharathi Kannamma
1997 Meena[13]
Devayani[14]
Porkkaalam
Suryavamsam
1998 Roja Selvamani[15][16] Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen
1999 Simran[17] Thulladha Manamum Thullum
2000 Devayani[18] Bharathi
2001 Sneha[19] Virumbugiren, Aanandham, Punnagai Desam
2002 Meena[20] Ivan
2003 Laila[21] Pithamagan
2004 Jyothika[22] Perazhagan
2005 Jyothika[23] Chandramukhi
2006 Priyamani[24] Paruthiveeran
2007 Jyothika[25] Mozhi
2008 Sneha[26] Pirivom Santhippom

See also

References

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