64th National Film Awards for 2016

Best Feature FilmKasaav(Marathi)
Indira Gandhi award for best Debut Film of a DirectorAlifa (Bengali)
Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome EntertainmentSathamanam Bhavathi (Telugu)
Nargis Dutt Award for best Feature Film on National IntegrationDikchow Banat Palaax (Assamese)
Best Film On Social IssuesPink (Hindi)
Best film on Environment Conservation/PreservationLoktak Lairembee(Manipuri)
Best Children’s FilmDhanak (Hindi)
Best DirectionVentilator (Marathi) by Rajesh Mapuskar
Best ActorAkshay Kumar for Rustom (Hindi)
Best ActressSurabhi C. M for Minnaminungu - the Firefly (Malayalam)
Best Supporting ActorManoj Joshi for Dashakriya(Marathi)
Best Supporting ActressZaira Wasim for Dangal (Hindi)
Best ChildArtistAdish Praveen for Kunju Daivam (Malayalam), Nur Islam and Samiul Alam for Sahaj Pather Gappo (Bengali) and Manohara. K for Railway Children (Kannada).
Best Male Playback SingerSundharayyar for Joker (Tamil)
Best Female Playback SingerIman Chakraborty for Praktan (Bengali)
Best Cinemato GraphyS. Thirunavukarasu for 24 (Tamil)
Best Screenplay WriterSyam Pushkaran for Maheshinte Prathikooram(Malayalam), Sanjay Krishnaji Patil for Dashakriya (Marathi) and Tarun Bhascker for Peli Chuplu (Telugu)
Best DialoguesAjith Abraham George for In Return Just A Book
Best AudiographyAjith Abraham George for In Return Just A Book
Best EditingRameshwar for Ventilator (Marathi)
Best Production DesignSubrata Chakraborthy, Shreyas Khedekar & Amit Ray for 24(Tamil)
Best Costume DesignerSachin Lovalekar for Cycle (Marathi)
Best Make-up ArtistN K Ramakrishna for Allama (Kannada)
Best Music Direction Bapu Padmanabha for Allama(Kannada)
Best LyricsVairamuthu for Dharma Durai (Tamil), Anupam Roy for Praktan (Bengali)
Special Jury AwardMohan Lal for Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol, Janatha Garrage and Pullimurugan
Best ChoreographyRaju Sundaram for Janatha Garrage(Telugu)
Best Special EffectNaveen Paul for Shivaay (Hindi)
Best Assamese FilmMaj Rati Keteki
Best Bengali FilmBisorjon
Best Hindi FilmNeerja
Best Kannada FilmReservation
Best Konkani FilmK Sera Sera Ghodpachen Ghoddtelem
Best Malayalam FilmMaheshinte Prathikaaram
Best Marathi FilmDashakriya
Best Tamil FilmJoker
Best Telugu FilmPeli Chuplu
Best Maithili FilmDashakriya
Best Environment Film Including AgricultureThe Tiger Who Crossed The Line
Best Educational FilmThe Waterfall
Best Investigative FilmPlacebo
Best Animation FilmHum Chitra Banate Hai
Best Short Fiction FilmAaba

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