67th National Film Awards 2019 Full Winners List: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Chhichhore & Kangana Ranaut win big

The 67th National Film Awards were announced today after a delay of one year. Check out the full winners list here.
67th National Film Awards 2019 67th National Film Awards 2019 Full Winners List: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Chhichhore & Kangana Ranaut win big
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The 67th National Film Awards were announced after a year due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The awards will be given for the year 2019 as no film was released in 2020. The last film released was Angrezi Medium in March. Coming back to awards late actor Sushant Singh Rajput starrer Chhichhore has bagged the national award in the Best Hindi Film category. The Best Actor Award was bagged by Manoj Bajpayee for the film Bhonsle. While the Best Actress Award went to Kangana Ranaut for two films Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi and Panga.

The awards were supposed to be held in May last year. The awards are presented by the President of India. However, for the 66th National Film Awards, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu did the honours, and President Ram Nath Kovind hosted the high tea for the winners. Last year, actors Vicky Kaushal and Ayushmann Khurrana bagged the Best Actor (Male) category and South siren Keerthy Suresh received the trophy for Best Actor (Female) category.

Here are the National Film Award winners:

Most Film Friendly State Award - Sikkim

Best Book on Cinema - Marathi book The Man who Watches Cinema by Ashok Rahane, Sanjay Suri's A Gandhian Affair: India's Curious Portrayal of Love in Cinema, Kannada Cinema: Jagathika Cinema by PR Ramadasa Naidu

Best Film Critic - Sohini Chattopadhyaya

Best Non-Feature film Best Voice-over/Narrration - Sir David Attenborough for Wild Karnataka

Best Editing Non-Feature - Arjun Saraya

All the awards in the Non-feature category

Audiography (musical) -- Radha

On-Location Sound Recordist -- Rahas

Best Cinematography -- Savita Singh for Sonsi

Best Direction -- Knock Knock Knock

Best Film on Family Values -- Oruu Pathira

Best Short Fiction -- Custody

Special Jury Award -- Small Scale Values

Best Animation -- Radha

Best Investigative -- Jakkal

Best Exploration film -- Wild Karnataka

Best Education film -- Apples and Oranges

Best Film on Social Issues -- Holy Rites (Hindi) and Ladli (Hindi)

Best Environment Film -- The Stork Saviours

Best Promotional film -- The Shower

Best Biographical Film -- Elephants do Remember

Best Ethnographic Film -- Charan-Atva

Best Debut Non-Feature film Director -- Khisa

Best Non-Feature Film -- An Engineered Dream

Filmmaker N Chandra announced winners in Feature Film category

Special mention: Biriyaani (Malayalam), Lata Bhagwan Kare (Marathi), Picasso (Marathi)

Best Tulu film - Pingara

Best Paniya film - Kejira

Best Mishing film - Anu Ruwad

Best Khasi film - Iewduh

Best Haryanvi - Choriyaan Choro se Kam Nai Hoti

Best Chattisgrahi - Bhulan the Maze

Best Telugu film - Jersey

Best Tamil film - Asuran

Best Punjabi film - Rab Da Radio 2

Best Odiya film - Sala Budhar Badla and Kalira Atita

Best Manipuri film - Eigi Kona

Best Malayalam film - Kalla Nottam

Best Marathi film - Bardo

Best Konkani film - Kaajro

Best Kannada film - Akshi

Best Hindi film - Chhichhore

Best Bengali film - Gumnami

Best Assamese film - Ronuwa Who Never Surrenders

Best Editing film - Jersey (Telugu)

Best Screenplay Adapted - Gumnami

Best Cinematography - Jallikattu

Best Female Playback singer - Savani Ravindra

Best Male Playback Singer - B Praak

Best Supporting Actress - Pallavi Joshi

Best Supporting Actor - Vijay Sethupathi

Best Actress - Kangana Ranaut (Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi and Panga)

Best Actor -- Manoj Bajpayee (Bhonsle) and Dhanush (Tamil)

Best Feature Film - Marakkar Lion of the Arabian Sea

Also Read: 67th National Film Awards: Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor starrer Chhichhore wins Best Hindi Film Award

Anonymous 2 months ago

Congratulations Sushant . Shine bright wherever you are. You are missed

Anonymous 2 months ago

how much she paid BJP to get the award

Anonymous 2 months ago

Politics everywhere..BJP ne haddh kar de interference ki.. Kuchh bhi real aur deserving ko mile jaisa nahin raha

Anonymous 2 months ago

Ha ha, Nationalists awards !!

Anonymous 2 months ago

Chhichore is not a award winning movie. lol, wonderful eye wash.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Congrats .. Wish Sushant was alive kangana congrats nd happy birthday God Bless you Always well deserved

Anonymous 2 months ago

YAY. Chhichhore deserves it as it was a really good movie. Most of all, Sushant was amazing in the movie. Now want justice for Sushant

Anonymous 2 months ago

Congratulations Sushant. You are and will always be the best

Anonymous 2 months ago


Anonymous 2 months ago

SSR was a man of merit. The last thing he wanted was undeserved applause.

Anonymous 2 months ago

How is Chichore the best film across all of Indian cinema last year? Crap.

Anonymous 2 months ago

kjo an nepo kids crying in corner!! Something money cant buy !! respect.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Whoo Kangana and Sushant!!! All is not lost yet!!

Anonymous 2 months ago

Congratulations you beautiful Star!!! Keep your shine on SSR....forever

Anonymous 2 months ago

Tae as main lead and jimin as second lead

Anonymous 2 months ago

south indian domination!!

Anonymous 2 months ago

hagna got nation award thanks to BJP.

Anonymous 2 months ago

I am sorry but Kangna does not deserve any of these awards, she is a good actress but not in these two films, they were super average, there were far better amazing actors, such a shame that some underserving are getting these awards..

Anonymous 2 months ago

who do you think should have got best actress?

Anonymous 2 months ago

We don’t want sympathetic awards. We want justice for Sushant.

Anonymous 2 months ago

all tricks to give fake symp to SSR

Anonymous 2 months ago

Wtf why Kangana and Sushant their are many better actors than them

Anonymous 2 months ago

Stop giving fake sympathy to SSR, Chhichhore was below average

Anonymous 2 months ago

Wtf Chhichhore wasn't that great, it was an average film!!

Anonymous 2 months ago

If only dear Sushant was still alive to see his hard work being appreciated. His death is such a great loss. RIP dear young man.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Sadly I agree. Had he been alive his work would not have been celebrated. Justice for SSR.

Anonymous 2 months ago

They wouldn't have given him any award if he was alive, they are just milking his death.

Anonymous 2 months ago

she was ok in these movies. ..sorry who is deciding these awards

Anonymous 2 months ago

She was good in acting but she didn’t direct all of manikarnika. The other director should have been named too.