The Heiress (1949), directed by William Wyler. I’m just a chef really so I didn’t expect all this. As of 2019, five actresses—Smita Patil, Archana, Shobana, Tabu, and Kangana Ranaut have won the award two times. ", "It is lush and it is tidy… Thank you to you the viewers and the fans, all 18.5 million of you because without you we wouldn’t be here tonight." Three years after winning Best Actress for the To Each His Own (and a … Thank you very much. The actress who won the most number of Rajat Kamal awards is Shabana Azmi with five wins, followed by Sharada with three. The first recipient was Nargis Dutt from Bollywood, who was honoured at the 15th National Film Awards (1967) for her performance in Raat Aur Din. - PM Tony Blair, "I really am speechless to be honest." Join Club NTA for exclusive ticket pre-sales and Vote Alerts. ", "You’re not going to change your mind and take it back are you? [1][2] The National Film Awards were called the "State Awards for Films" when established in 1954. - Ant, "Neither of us would be here if it wasn't for each other." Cites the recipient and the role played by them in the film. The State Awards instituted the "Best Actress" category in 1968 as the "Urvashi Award for the Best Actress";[1][3][4] in 1975, the "Urvashi Award" was renamed as the "Rajat Kamal Award for the Best Actress". We have amazing production people in this country and we still make easily the best television in the world, and I’m very proud to be part of that. Every winner from the National Television Awards since 1995 The National Film Award for Best Actress (officially known as the Rajat Kamal Award for the Best Actress) is an honour presented annually at the National Film Awards of India since 1968 to an actress for the best performance in a leading role within the Indian film industry. Because I don’t part with things easily!". - Dec, "Life doesn't get any better than this. Most National Awards Winning Actress. Balan played a single character which had two different names. - Dec, "My goodness, what a surprise, I’m shaking! Every winner from the National Television Awards since 1995 Winner National Television Award: Most Popular Period Drama: National Television Awards, UK 2014 Nominee National Television Award: Most Popular Drama Heidi Thomas (writer creator) Philippa Lowthorpe (director) China Moo-Young (director) Roger Goldby (director) Minkie Spiro (director) We had no idea this was coming… To be receiving something like this is quite unbelievable for us!" ", "What a wonderful accolade, to be given this lovely award by the people who have given me so much pleasure to entertain, I mean the viewers. "Central Board of Film Certification – Annual Report 2011", "National Awards for Films – 1967 – Nargis Dutt", "Blast from the past – Reshma Aur Shera 1971", "Mausam – The tantalising ambiguity of relationships", "The Dirty Picture review: Take a bow, Vidya Balan! 8 actresses have won the award twice; in chronological order, they are Waheeda Rehman, Dimple Kapadia, Rekha, Sridevi, Karisma Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai, Rani Mukerji and Deepika Padukone. Search. The character remained unnamed throughout the film. Rekha played a single character which had two different names. After thirty nine years on prime time, you’d think I’d be okay wouldn’t you? Smita played a single character which had two different names. I really am completely staggered… Thank you! [3] Although the Indian film industry produces films in more than 20 languages and dialects,[5] the actresses whose performances have won awards have worked in ten major languages: Hindi (22 awards), Bengali (7 awards), Tamil (6 awards), Malayalam (6 awards), Telugu (4 awards), Kannada (3 awards), English (3 awards), Marathi (2 awards), Assamese (one award) and Urdu (one award). ", "It’s a great honour.… I wondered if I may share this with my wife, Sheila, for the times that we’ve passed on the stairs and I’ve said “I can’t talk to you now, I’m working”. National Television Awards, UK. Nice one! Shobana received her first award for the Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu in 1993, and her second for the English film Mitr, My Friend in 2001.