56th Filmfare Awards South - Awardees - Kannada

Kannada

  • Best Director: - Shashank - Moggina Manasu
    • Devadatta - Psycho
    • Mahesh - Mussanjemaatu
    • R. Chandru - Taj Mahal
    • Yograj Bhat - Gaalipata
  • Best Actor: - Ganesh - Gaalipata
    • Ajay Rao - Taj Mahal
    • Sudeep - Mussanjemaatu
    • Upendra - Buddhivantha
    • Yash - Moggina Manasu
  • Best Actress: - Radhika Pandit - Moggina Manasu
    • Daisy Bopanna - Gaalipata
    • Pooja Gandhi - Taj Mahal
    • Ramya - Mussanjemaatu
    • Suhasi - Haage Summane
  • Best Supporting Actor: - Yash - Moggina Manasu
    • Ananth Nag - Taj Mahal
    • Ananth Nag - Aramane
    • Diganth - Gaalipata
    • Rajesh Krishnan - Gaalipata
  • Best Supporting Actress: - Shubha Poonja - Moggina Manasu
    • Anu Prabhakar - Mussanjemaatu
    • Bhavana Rao - Gaalipata
    • Neethu - Gaalipata
    • Padmaja Rao - Taj Mahal
  • Best Music Director: - V. Harikrishna - Gaalipata
    • Abhimann Roy - Taj Mahal
    • Mano Murthy - Moggina Manasu
    • Raghu Dixit - Psycho
    • V. Shridhar - Mussanjemaatu
  • Best Male Playback Singer: - Sonu Nigam - "Eenagali Mundhe Saagu" - Mussanjemaatu
    • Gurukiran - "Kolle Nannanne" - Aramane
    • Kunal Ganjawala - "Kaddalu Manasanna" - Mussanjemaatu
    • Raghu Dixit - "Ninna Poojege Bandhe" - Psycho
    • Sonu Nigam - "Mayavagide Manasu" - Haage Summane
  • Best Female Playback Singer: - Shreya Ghoshal - "Ninna Nodalenthu" - Mussanjemaatu
    • K. S. Chithra - "Nadheem Dheem Tana" - Gaalipata
    • Shreya Ghoshal - "Moggina Manasali" - Moggina Manasu
    • Shreya Ghoshal - "Aakasha Bhoomi" - Mussanjemaatu
    • Sunidhi Chauhan - "Rock Me Baby" - Haage Summane
  • Best Lyricist: - Jayanth Kaikini - "Minchaagi Neenu Baralu" - Gaalipata
    • R. Chandru - "Khushiyaagide" - Taj Mahal
    • Ramnarayan - "Nodalenthu" - Mussanje Maathu
    • Shashank - "Moggina Manasali" - Moggina Manasu
    • V. Shridhar - "Yenagali Mundhe Saagu" - Mussanjemaatu

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