Bengal Film Journalists' Association – Best Supporting Actor Award

Bengal Film Journalists' Association – Best Supporting Actor Award

Here is a list of the award winners and the films for which they won.

Year Director Film
2007 Anjan Das Faltu
2006 Sekhar Das Krantikaal
2005 Anjan Das Iti Sreekanta
2004 Goutam Ghosh Abar Aranye
2003 Mrinal Sen Aamaar Bhuban
2002 Rituparno Ghosh Utsav
2001 Buddhadeb Dasgupta Uttara
2000 Rituparno Ghosh
1999 Rituparno Ghosh
1998
1997 Rituparno Ghosh Unishey April
1996 Buddhadeb Dasgupta Charachar
1995 Tapan Sinha Wheel Chair
1994
1993 Satyajit Ray Agantuk
1992 Mrinal Sen Mahaprithbi
1991
1990
1989 Buddhadeb Dasgupta Phera
1988 Rajen Tarafdar Nagpash
1987 Saroj De Kony
1986 Aparna Sen Paroma
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976 Tarun Majumder Sansar Simanthey
1975 Mrinal Sen Chorus
1974 Mrinal Sen Padatik
1973 Mrinal Sen Calcutta 71’
1972 Tarun Majumder Nimantran
1971 Satyajit Ray Pratidwandi
1970 Satyajit Ray Goopi Gyne Bagha Byne
1969 Tapan Sinha Apanjan
1968 Arundhati Devi Chhuti
1967 Satyajit Ray Nayak
1966 Ritwik Ghatak Subarna Rekha
1965 Satyajit Ray Charulata
1964 Tapan Sinha Nirjan Saikatey
1963 Satyajit Ray Abhijan
1962 Satyajit Ray Tin Kanya
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1947
1946 Niren Lahiri Bhabikal
1945 Bimal Roy Udayer Pathey
1944
1943 1.Shailajanand Mukherjee Bondi
2.Niren Lahiri Garmil
1942 Hemchunder Pratishruti

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