1-15th Asian Film Award Best Actress

The beautiful trophy is not only an award, but also a recognition of being an actress.

The beautiful trophy is not only an award, but also a recognition of being an actress. 

The Asian Film Awards were star-studded and countless outstanding actresses gathered to compete for the honor of Best Actress. They infected the audiences with various characters and brought the audiences into the film world with their brilliant acting skills. The moment the Best Actress was announced, the excitement and surprise were all unique. The award is not only a recognition by the judges, but also a good result for the actresses’ efforts. 

AOI Yu / Wife of a Spy / 15th Best Actress
ZHOU Dongyu / Better Days / 14th Best Actress
Samal YESLYAMOVA / Ayka / 13th Best Actress
Sylvia CHANG / Love Education / 12th Best Actress
FAN Bingbing / I Am Not Madame Bovary / 11th Best Actress
SHU Qi / The Assassin / 10th Best Actress
BAE Doo-na / A Girl at My Door / 9th Best Actress
ZHANG Ziyi / The Grandmaster / 8th Best Actress
Nora AUNOR / Thy Womb / 7th Best Actress
Deanie IP / A Simple Life / 6th Best Actress
XU Fan / Aftershock / 5th Best Actress
KIM Hye-ja / Mother / 4th Best Actress
ZHOU Xun / The Equation of Love and Death / 3rd Best Actress
JEON Do-yeon / Secret Sunshine / 2nd Best Actress
NAKATANI Miki / Memories of Matsuko / 1st Best Actress

Don’t forget to follow our social media page for the upcoming 16th Asian Film Awards! And the nominees list will be released on 6th of January.

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