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Bengal Film Journalists' Association – Best Indian Films Award

Here is a list of Bengal Film Journalists' Association – Best Indian Films Award.

Year Film Director Banner Remarks/Note
2007 Faltu Anjan Das Planman Motion Pictures
2007 Dosar Rituporno Ghosh Planman Motion Pictures
2007 Bhalobasar Anek Naam Tarun Majumder
2006 Krantikaal Sekhar Das
2006 Nishi Japan Sandip Ray R.D. Bansal
2006 Antarmahal Rituparno Ghosh Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Limited (A.B.C.L.)
2005 Iti Sreekanta Anjan Das
2005 Mahulbanir Sereng Sekhar Das Sampa Bhattacharjee
2005 Abar Asbo Phire Robi Ojha
2004 Abar Aranye Goutam Ghosh
2004 Chokher Bali Rituporno Ghosh Shree Venkatesh Films
2004 Mondo Meyer Upakhyan Buddhadev Dasgupta Arjoe Entertainment (India) Pvt. Ltd.
2003 Mr. & Mrs. Iyer Aparna Sen
2003 Aamar Bhuban Mrinal Sen
2003 Sanjh Batir Rupkathara Anjan Das Arindam Chaudhuri, Sandip Sen
2002 Utsav Rituporno Ghosh
2002 Dekha Goutom Ghosh
2002 Zubeida Shyam Benegal
2001 Uttara Buddhadev Dasgupta
2001 Paromitar Ek Din Aparna Sen
1976 Nishant [1] Shyam Benegal
1975 Rajnigandha Basu Chatterjee Devki Chitra
1967 Hatey Bazarey Tapan Sinha Priya Films
1941 Daktar Phoni Mazumdar

See also


  1. ^ "39th Annual BFJA Awards". BFJA. Archived from the original on 19 January 2008. Retrieved 2012-01-06. 

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