39th Bangladesh National Film Awards

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39th Bangladesh National Film Awards
Awarded for Best of bangladeshi cinema in 2014
Awarded by President of Bangladesh
Presented by Ministry of Information
Presented on April 4, 2016
Site Dhaka, Bangladesh
Official website Official website

The 39th National Film Awards, will be presented by Ministry of Information, Bangladesh to felicitate the best of Bangladeshi Cinema released in the year 2014. Ceremony will take place in Dhaka and awards were given by then President of Bangladesh. The awards were given to 29 personnel in 26 categories.[1][2]

List of Winners

Merit Awards

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Film Masud Pathik Nekabborer Mohaproyan[3]
Best Director Zahidur Rahman Anjan Meghmallar
Best Actor Ferdous Ahmed Ek Cup Cha
Best Actress Moushumi
Bidya Sinha Mim
Jonakir Alo
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Ejajul Islam Taarkata
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Chitralekha Guho Ekattorer Ma Jononi
Best Actor in a Negative Role Tariq Anam Khan Desha: The Leader
Best Actor in a Comedy Role Misha Sawdagor Olpo Olpo Premer Golpo
Best Child Artist Abir Hossain Angkon Baishamya
Best Music Director Dr. Sayeem Rana Nekabborer Mohaproyan
Best Music Composer Belal Khan Nekabborer Mohaproyan
Best Lyricist Masud Pathik Nekabborer Mohaproyan
Best Male Playback Singer Mahfuz Anam James Desha: The Leader
Best Female Playback Singer Runa Laila
Momtaz Begum
Priya Tumi Sukhi Hou
Nekabborer Mohaproyan

Technical Awards

Name of Awards Awardee(s) Film
Best Story Zahidur Rahman Anjan Meghmallar
Best Dialogue Zahidur Rahman Anjan Meghmallar
Best Cinematography Saikat Nasir Desha: The Leader
Best Art Direction Maruf Samurai Taarkata
Best Editing Towhid Hossain Chowdhury Desha: The Leader
Best Photography Mohammad Hossain Jemy Baishamya
Best Sound Recording Ratan Pal Meghmallar
Best Costume Design Kanak Chanpa Chakma Jonakir Alo
Best Make-up Andur Rahman Nekabborer Mohaproyan

Special Awards

See also


  1. ^ "29 artistes get Nat'l Film Award 2014". The Daily Star. February 25, 2016. Retrieved March 1, 2016.
  2. ^ Sonjib (2015-09-15). "জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কারের জুরিবোর্ড গঠন". Dhaka Journal. Retrieved October 1, 2015.
  3. ^ "'Nekabborer Mohaproyan' gets best National Film Award 2014 after 'Brihonnola' fiasco". bdnews24.com. April 18, 2016. Retrieved May 3, 2016.

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