National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Odia

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National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Odia
National award for contributions to Indian Cinema
Awarded forBest Odia Feature Film(s) of the year
Sponsored byDirectorate of Film Festivals
Formerly calledPresident's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film in Odia (1960–1968)
Reward(s)
  • Rajat Kamal (Silver Lotus)
  • 100,000 (US$1,400)
First awarded1960
Last awarded2017
Most recent winnerHello Arsi
Highlights
Total awarded36
First winnerSri Lokenath

The National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Odia is one of the National Film Awards presented annually by the Directorate of Film Festivals, the organisation set up by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, India. It is one of several awards presented for feature films and awarded with Rajat Kamal (Silver Lotus).

The National Film Awards, established in 1954, are the most prominent film awards in India that merit the best of the Indian cinema. The ceremony also presents awards for films in various regional languages.

Awards for films in seven regional language (Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu) started from 2nd National Film Awards which were presented in 1955. Three awards of "President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film", "Certificate of Merit for the Second Best Feature Film" and "Certificate of Merit for the Third Best Feature Film" were instituted. The later two certificate awards were discontinued from 15th National Film Awards (1967).

The films made in Odia language were not considered until the 8th National Film Awards ceremony held in March 1961.[1] The 1960 Prafulla Kumar Sengupta directorial film Sri Lokenath received the first president's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film in Odia.

Winners[edit]

Award includes 'Rajat Kamal' (Silver Lotus Award) and cash prize. Following are the award winners over the years:

Awards legends
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President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film
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Certificate of Merit for the Second Best Feature Film
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Certificate of Merit for the Third Best Feature Film
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Certificate of Merit for the Best Feature Film
List of award films, showing the year (award ceremony), producer(s), director(s) and citation
Year Film(s) Producer(s) Director(s) Citation Refs.
1960
(8th)
Sri Lokanath Rupa Raga Pvt Ltd. Prafulla Kumar Sengupta  – [1]
1961
(9th)
Nua Bou Ram Krishna Tripathy Prabhat Mukherjee  – [2]
1962
(10th)
Suryamukhi Soumendra Misra P. K. Sengupta  – [3]
Lakshmi  • Parvati Ghose
 • G. P. Ghose
Sarda Naik  –
1963
(11th)
Jeevan Sathi Srinibash Paikaroy Prabhat Mukherjee  – [4]
Nari Narendra Kumar Mitra Trilochana
 • Narendra Kumar Mitra
 • Amalendu Bagehi
 • Kavichandra Kalicharan Patnaik)
 –
1964
(12th)
Sadhana Diamond Valley Production Prabhat Mukherjee  – [5]
Naba Janma Pancha Sakha Pictures Sachin Mukherji  –
1965
(13th)
No Award [6]
1966
(14th)
Kaa Parbati Ghose Sidhartha  – [7]
1967
(15th)
Arundhati Dhiren Patnaik Prafulla Sengupta  – [8]
1968
(16th)
Stree Parbati Ghose Sidhartha  – [9]
1969
(17th)
No Award [10]
1970
(18th)
No Award [11]
1971
(19th)
1972
(20th)
No Award [12]
1973
(21st)
No Award [13]
1974
(22nd)
No Award [14]
1975
(23rd)
No Award [15]
1976
(24th)
Shesha Shrabana Nagen Roy Prashant Nanda
1977
(25th)
Chilika Teerey Shyamghan Rai Chaudhari Biplab Rai Chaudhari
For showing how, brutally oppressed by vested socio-economical interests, but now inspired by a new sense of freedom the fisher folk of Chilka lake cast off the shackles of the past and achieve their liberation for presenting with understanding and compassion the conflict between individual needs and the welfare of the community, for portraying with vigor and intensity the role of Chilka lake as a mother of the people, sharing with them their joys and sorrows.
[16]
1978
(26th)
No Award [17]
1979
(27th)
1980
(28th)
No Award [18]
1981
(29th)
Seeta Raati Balram Misra Manmohan Mahapatra
For a commendable work on the theme of a woman who faces life courageously despite the orthodox forces aligned against her.
[19]
1982
(30th)
No Award [20]
1983
(31st)
Neeraba Jhada Manmohan Mahapatra Manmohan Mahapatra
For sensitive narration of the looming tragedy of an uprooted rural community.
[21]
1984
(32nd)
Klanta Aparahna Dynamic Studio Manmohan Mahapatra  – [22]
1985
(33rd)
Hakim Babu Amiya Ranjan Patnaik Pranab Das
For a film which makes a powerful comment on the bureaucratic system which renders even an idealistic officer helpless and unable to realise his own objectives.
[23]
1986
(34th)
Majhi Pahacha Dipti Mohanty Manmohan Mahapatra
For a faithful portrayal of a range of individuals in today's urban milieu.
[24]
1987
(35th)
Nishidhdha Swapna Manmohan Mahapatra Manmohan Mahapatra
For its uncompromising technique in objectively observing in life of a family in an Odia village defining the attitudes, motivations, hopes and disillusionment of each one in the context of social change of which they are all a part.
[25]
1988
(36th)
Kichi Smruti Kichi Anubhuti K. Jagadeswari Manmohan Mahapatra
For the cinematic depiction of the past, present and future of the psyche of a representative village.
[26]
1989
(37th)
Andha Diganta Vox Visuals Pvt. Ltd. Manmohan Mahapatra
For its unemotional description of the increasing misery of a peasant who discovers his inadequacy in fighting his economic servitude and his own bourgeois attitude towards his wife's past.
[27]
1990
(38th)
No Award [28]
1991
(39th)
Tara Bijaya Jena Bijaya Jena
Marked by its sincerity in truthfully portraying woman's search for her identity in a male dominated society.
[29]
1992
(40th)
Vinya Samaya Shankar Gope Manmohan Mahapatra
For its competent treatment of the corruption of modern youth in search of illusive wealth.
[30]
1993
(41st)
Aranya Rodana Prasan Prusti Biplab Ray Chaudhuri
For its very sensitive and cinematic handling of an urban journalist's quest to understand the complexities of tribal life, seen through the eyes of an orphaned boy.
[31]
1994
(42nd)
No Award [32]
1995
(43rd)
Moksha  • Jayadev Mallick
 • Pramoda Kumar Nayak
 • Gouri Shankar Das
 • Malaya Kumar Roy
For depicting the life of two people in a rural set up who suffer an entire life of loneliness and unfulfilment, because of the rigid traditional values of society.
[33]
1996
(44th)
Shunya Swaroopa Alaya Kumar Mohanty Himanshu Sekhar Khatua
For a beautifully photographed film depicting the conflicts of a layman floundering in the world of sanyasias.
[34]
1997
(45th)
Shesha Drushti NFDC Apurba Kishore Bir
For the film's exploration of a suffering mother who undergoes the trauma created by her own sons and rediscovers her creative talent and rehabilitates herself.
[35]
1998
(46th)
Nandan N'CYP Apurba Kishore Bir
For its simple story and realistic milieu. Nandan portrays the aspiration of a poor child and the constraints of his parents in fulfilling them. The triumph of family values and love over material gloss has universal appeal.
[36]
1999
(47th)
Biswaprakash NFDC Susant Misra
For depicting the story of a young man in search of his identify and direction in life. The beautifully photo-graphed film depicts the lack of opportunities in a small town.
[37]
2000
(48th)
No Award [38]
2001
(49th)
Magunira Shagada NFDC Prafulla Mohanty
For showing the agony of a man trapped within tradition and unable to accept the changes that impact life around him.
[39]
2002
(50th)
No Award [40]
2003
(51st)
Aw Aaakare Aa Subash Das Subash Das
For a passionate call for reforms in the present education system.
[41]
2004
(52nd)
No Award [42]
2005
(53rd)
Kathantara Iti Samanta Himanshu Khatua
For seeking to re-establish Indian family values in the modern day situation.
[43]
2006
(54th)
Puja Pain Phulatie Padmini Puty Gadadhar Puty
For an emotional portrayal of the bonding and generosity of children.
[44]
2007
(55th)
No Award [45]
2008
(56th)
No Award [46]
2009
(57th)
No Award [47]
2010
(58th)
No Award [48]
2011
(59th)
No Award [49]
2012
(60th)
No Award [50]
2013
(61st)
No Award [51]
2014
(62nd)
Aadim Vichar Mohapatra Movie Magic Pvt. Ltd. Sabyasachi Mohapatra
For its vibrant portrayal of a tribal community whose enabling humanism shows a way out of pettiness and prejudice.
[52]
2015
(63rd)
Pahada Ra Luha Mohapatra Movie Magic Pvt. Ltd. Sabyasachi Mohapatra
For showcasing chronicles 25 years of the life of innocent tribal of Odisha, in the backdrop of the massive political transformations and Maoist insurgency.
[53]
2016
(64th)
No Award [54]
2017
(65th)
Hello Arsi Ajaya Routray Sambit Mohanty [55]

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