National Film Award for Second Best Feature Film


National Film Award for Second Best Feature Film

The National Film Award (Silver Lotus Award) for Second Best Feature Film winners (category discontinued after 1993):

Year Winner Film Language
1993 Padma Nadir Majhi Gautam Ghose Bengali
1992 Firingoti Jahnu Barua Assamese
1991 Ek Doctor Ki Maut Tapan Sinha Hindi
1990 Parshuramer Kuthar Nabayendu Chatterji Bengali
1989 no award - -
1988 no award - -
1987 no award - -
1986 no award - -
1985 no award - -
1984 Maya Miriga Nirad N. Mohapatra Oriya
1983 Kharij Mrinal Sen Bengali
1982 Pokkuveyil G. Aravindan Malayalam
1981 Oppol K.S. Sethumadhavan Malayalam
1980 no award - -
1979 no award - -
1978 no award - -
1977 no award - -
1976 Mausam Gulzar Hindi
1975 Ankur Shyam Benegal Hindi
1974 Kaadu Girish Karnad Kannada
1973 Calcutta 71 Mrinal Sen Bengali
1972 Anubhav [1] Basu Bhattacharya Hindi
1971 Pratidwandi Satyajit Ray Bengali
1970 Dibratrir Kabya Bimal Bhowmick, Narayan Chakraborty Bengali
1969 Thulabharam A. Vincent Malayalam
1968 Upkar Manoj Kumar Hindi
1967 no award - -
1966 Athithi Tapan Sinha Bengali
1965 Haqeeqat Chetan Anand Hindi
1964 Nartanasala Kamalakara Kameshwara Rao Telugu
1963 Abhijan Satyajit Ray Bengali
1962 Pava Mannippu A. Bhim Singh Tamil
1961 Kshudita Pashan Tapan Sinha Bengali
1960 Heera Moti Krishna Chopra Hindi
1959 Jalsaghar Satyajit Ray Bengali
1958 Andhare-Alo Haridas Bhattacharya Bengali
1957 Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje V. Shantaram Hindi

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