The National Film Awards are considered as one of the countrys prestigious awards. Go through the article for more details about National Award (Silver Lotus Award) for Best Editing.


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National Film Best Editing

The country’s oldest and prominent National Film Award ceremony was established in the year 1954. Since 1973, the ceremonies are administrated by the Indian government’s Directorate of Film Festivals. Every year the award ceremonies are held in New Delhi and the awards are presented to the winners by the President of India. The government of India introduced the award ceremony to recognize and encourage films directed across India. The ‘Best Editing’ award is one of the sub-categories of Silver Lotus Award which was introduced in 1977. The inaugural award was presented to K. Babu Rao for the Telugu film ‘Siri Siri Muvva’. The film centers on the journey of an innocent girl into the world of Classical dance. The movie was directed by K. Viswanath and produced by Edida Nageshwara Rao.           

The Winners For Silver Lotus Best Editing Awards Are:

Year
Winner
Film
Language
2009
A. Sreekar Prasad
Firaaq
Hindi
2008
B. Ajith Kumar
Naalu Pennungal
Malayalam
2007
Raja Mohamed
Paruthi Veeran
Tamil
2006
P.S Bharati
Rang De Basanti
Hindi
2005
Suresh Pai
Page 3
Hindi
2004
Aarif Sheikh
Samay
Hindi
2003
A. Sreekar Prasad
Kannathil Muthamittal
Tamil
2002
Beena Paul
Mitr - My Friend
English
2001
Suresh Pai, Apurva Asrani
Snip!
English
2000
A. Sreekar Prasad, Joseph Guinvarch
Vaanaprastham
Malayalam
1999
Renu Saluja
Godmother
Hindi
1998
A. Sreekar Prasad
The Terrorist
Tamil
1997
A. Sreekar Prasad
Rag Birag
Assamese
1996
Suresh Urs
Bombay
Tamil
1995
B. Lenin, V. T. Vijayan
Kadhalan
Tamil
1994
Renu Saluja
Sardar
Hindi
1993
 M.S. Mony
Sargam
Malayalam
1992
 Renu Saluja
Dharavi
Hindi
1991
M.S. Mony
Iyer The Great
Malayalam
1990
Renu Saluja
Parinda
Hindi
1989
A. Sreekar Prasad
Raakh
Hindi
1988
P. Mohan Raj
Vedham Puthithu
Tamil
1987
Sanjeev Shah
Mirch Masala
Hindi
1986
Babu Sheikh
Hum Naujawan
Hindi
1985
Anil Malnad
Sitara
Telugu
1984
Mrinmoy Chakraborty
Khandahar
Hindi
1983
Keshav Hirani
Arth
Hindi
1982
Bhanudas Divakar
Arohan
Hindi
1981
Gangadhar Naskar
Akaler Sandhane
Bengali
1980
Gangadhar Naskar
Ek Din Pratidin
Bengali
1979
Gangadhar Naskar
Parashuram
Bengali
1978
Waman Bhonsle, Gurudutt Shirali
Inkaar
Hindi
1977
K. Babu Rao
Siri Siri Muvva
Telugu

  
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