Tamil Nadu State Film Honorary Award

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The Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Honorary Award given by the Tamil Nadu State Government as part of its annual Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Tamil cinema personalities who contributed in developing the Tamil cinema in India. [1]


Arignar Anna Award

Thiyagaraja Bhagavathar Award

Kalaivanar Award

Kannadasan Award

M.G.R. Award

Raja Sando Award

Sivaji Ganesan Award

Paavender Bharathidasan Award

Jayalalithaa Award

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