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Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director

The Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director winners:
No Year Art Director Film
1 1971 R.B.Mani
2 1972 Devadathan Swayamvaram
3 1973 Surendran
4 1974 K.M.Vasudevan Namboothiri Utharayanam
5 1975 Bharathan Prayanam
6 1976 I. V. Sasi Anubhavam
7 1977 N.Sivan Kodiyettam
8 1978 C.N.Karunakaran Aswadhama
9 1979 Bharathan
10 1980 Bharathan, Padmanabhan
11 1981 Bharathan Chatta
12 1982 Bharathan Ormakkayi
13 1983 I.V.Sateesh Babu Aaroodam
14 1984 Bharathan Ithiripoove Chuvannapoove
15 1985 Jayasingh
16 1986 K.Sekhar Onnu Muthal Poojyam Vare
17 1987 P.Krishnamoorthy Swathi Thirunal
18 1988 P.Krishnamoorthy
19 1989 P.Krishnamoorthy
20 1990 Rajeev Anjal Njan Gandharvan
21 1991 Thotta Tharani Abhimanyu
22 1992 Mani Suchitra Vietnam Colony
23 1993 P.Krishnamoorthy Ghazal
24 1994 Sabu Cyril Thenmavin Kombath
25 1995 Sabu Cyril Kalapani
26 1996 P.Krishnamoorthy Kulam
27 1997 Muthuraj Guru
28 1998 Sammer Chanda Daya
29 1999 Murukan Shadoos Irushi Vamsam
30 2000 A.V.Gokhuldas Saayahnam
31 2001
32 2002 Suresh Kollam Nammal
33 2003 Baava Mullavalliyum Thenmavum, C.I.D. Moosa
34 2004 Raja Unnithan Akale
35 2005 Sunil Babu Anandabhadram
36 2006 Gopidasan Tanthra
37 2007 Rajasekharan Naalu Pennungal
38 2008 Madhu Jagat Calcutta News
39 2009 Muthuraj Pazhassi Raja

References

  • Official website
  • PRD, Govt. of Kerala: Awardees List
  • Leadinglights Kerala Tourism
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