64th National Film Awards for 2016

Best Feature Film Kasaav(Marathi)
Indira Gandhi award for best Debut Film of a Director Alifa (Bengali)
Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment Sathamanam Bhavathi (Telugu)
Nargis Dutt Award for best Feature Film on National Integration Dikchow Banat Palaax (Assamese)
Best Film On Social Issues Pink (Hindi)
Best film on Environment Conservation/Preservation - Loktak Lairembee(Manipuri)
Best Children’s Film - Dhanak (Hindi)
Best Direction - Ventilator (Marathi) by Rajesh Mapuskar
Best Actor - Akshay Kumar for Rustom (Hindi)
Best Actress - Surabhi C. M for Minnaminungu - the Firefly (Malayalam)
Best Supporting Actor - Manoj Joshi for Dashakriya(Marathi)
Best Supporting Actress - Zaira Wasim for Dangal (Hindi)
Best ChildArtist - Adish 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 Singer - Sundharayyar for Joker (Tamil)
Best Female Playback Singer - Iman Chakraborty for Praktan (Bengali)
Best Cinemato Graphy - S. Thirunavukarasu for 24 (Tamil)
Best Screenplay Writer - Syam Pushkaran for Maheshinte Prathikooram(Malayalam), Sanjay Krishnaji Patil for Dashakriya (Marathi) and Tarun Bhascker for Peli Chuplu (Telugu)
Best Dialogues - Ajith Abraham George for In Return Just A Book
Best Audiography - Ajith Abraham George for In Return Just A Book
Best Editing - Rameshwar for Ventilator (Marathi)
Best Production Design - Subrata Chakraborthy, Shreyas Khedekar & Amit Ray for 24(Tamil)
Best Costume Designer - Sachin Lovalekar for Cycle (Marathi)
Best Make-up Artist - N K Ramakrishna for Allama (Kannada)
Best Music Direction - Bapu Padmanabha for Allama(Kannada)
Best Lyrics - Vairamuthu for Dharma Durai (Tamil), Anupam Roy for Praktan (Bengali)
Special Jury Award - Mohan Lal for Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol, Janatha Garrage and Pullimurugan
Best Choreography - Raju Sundaram for Janatha Garrage(Telugu)
Best Special Effect - Naveen Paul for Shivaay (Hindi)
Best Assamese Film - Maj Rati Keteki
Best Bengali Film - Bisorjon
Best Hindi Film - Neerja
Best Kannada Film - Reservation
Best Konkani Film - K Sera Sera Ghodpachen Ghoddtelem
Best Malayalam Film - Maheshinte Prathikaaram
Best Marathi Film - Dashakriya
Best Tamil Film - Joker
Best Telugu Film - Peli Chuplu
Best Maithili Film - Dashakriya
Best Environment Film Including Agriculture - The Tiger Who Crossed The Line
Best Educational Film - The Waterfall
Best Investigative Film - Placebo
Best Animation Film - Hum Chitra Banate Hai
Best Short Fiction Film - Aaba

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