Filmfare Awards South is the South Indian section of the yearly Filmfare Awards, exhibited by The Times Group to respect both masterful and specialized perfection of experts in the South Indian film industry. The Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu on-screen characters play out their abilities on the stage. They were presented in 1954, around the movies discharged in 1953 and Filmfare Awards at first perceiving the Hindi film businesses. In 1964 honors were reached out to Best Picture in Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Marathi, around the movies discharged in 1963. The consideration of Malayalam film in the honors came in 1967 while Kannada silver screen was perceived in 1970.
Every industry is given its own arrangement of inventive honors in yearly services that have dominatingly been held in Chennai and Hyderabad. Dissimilar to the National Film Awards, which are chosen by a board selected by Government of India, the Filmfare Awards South are voted in favor of by both the general population and a panel of specialists. The Filmfare Awards has been alluded to as India's proportionate to the Academy Awards for its conspicuous services and media scope, despite the fact that the National Film Awards is all the more generally given this qualification for its basic thoroughness and container Indian interest.