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List of accolades received by Om Shanti Om

Om Shanti Om is a 2007 Indian Hindi-language romantic melodrama film directed by Farah Khan.[1] The film features Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and Arjun Rampal in lead roles.[2] Shreyas Talpade and Kirron Kher play supporting roles.[3] The film focuses on Om Prakash Makhija (Khan), an aspiring junior artist of 1970s Hindi cinema who has a crush on Shantipriya (Padukone), a secretly married superstar. Her husband Mukesh Mehra (Rampal), an ambitious producer, kills his pregnant wife in a fire to fuel his career; Om dies shortly herafter during his futile attempts to rescue Shantipriya. He is reincarnated as Om Kapoor, an actor and upon recovering his memory years later, plans to make Mukesh confess his misdeeds.[4][5] The film's dialogues were written by Mayur Puri, while Farah drafted the story and co-wrote the screenplay with Mushtaq Sheikh.[4] The film was produced by Gauri Khan under the banner Red Chillies Entertainment.[4] The soundtrack was composed by Vishal-Shekhar, while Javed Akhtar wrote the lyrics for its songs.[4] The cinematography was handled by V. Manikandan, while the sound design and art direction were handled by Nakul Kamte and Sabu Cyril respectively.[4]

List of accolades received by Om Shanti Om

Farah Khan received several awards and nominations for her choreography and direction, while Deepika Padukone and Arjun Rampal garnered several awards and nominations for their performances in Om Shanti Om.

Total number of awards and nominations[a]
Totals 26 72
References

Produced on a budget of 400 million,[6] Om Shanti Om released on 9 November 2007 to positive reviews.[7] It was commercially successful, grossing over 1.49 billion worldwide to become the highest grossing Indian film at that point, overtaking the previous record held by Dhoom 2.[6][8] The film won 26 awards from 72 nominations; its music and cinematography have received the most attention from award groups.

At the 55th National Film Awards, Sabu Cyril won for Best Production Design. Om Shanti Om received twelve nominations at the 53rd Filmfare Awards, including Best Film, Best Director (Farah), Best Actor (Shah Rukh) and Best Actress (Padukone). It ultimately won in 2 categories for Best Female Debut (Padukone) and Best Special Effects (Red Chillies VFX). The film won five awards out of twelve nominations at the 8th IIFA Awards for technical aspects. It garnered eleven nominations at the 5th Producers Guild Film Awards and won four, Best Female Debut (Padukone), Best Choreography (Farah), Best Costume Design (Karan Johar), and Best Special Effects (Red Chillies VFX). Among other wins, it received three Screen Awards, three Stardust Awards and five Zee Cine Awards.

Contents

Awards and nominationsEdit

Award Date of ceremony[b] Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
Asian Film Awards 17 March 2008 Best Actress Deepika Padukone Nominated [9]
[10]
Best Composer Vishal-Shekhar Won
Asia Pacific Screen Awards 11 November 2008 Best Feature Film Om Shanti Om Nominated [11]
[12]
CAAMFest 13–23 March 2008 Best Narrative Om Shanti Om Won [13]
[14]
Filmfare Awards February 16 2008 Best Film Om Shanti Om Nominated [15]
[16]
Best Director Farah Khan Nominated
Best Actor Shah Rukh Khan Nominated
Best Actress Deepika Padukone Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Shreyas Talpade Nominated
Best Female Debut Deepika Padukone Won
Best Music Director Vishal-Shekhar Nominated
Best Lyricist Javed Akhtar Nominated
Vishal Dadlani Nominated
Best Playback Singer KK Nominated
Sonu Nigam Nominated
Best Special Effects Red Chillies VFX Won
International Indian Film Academy Awards June 6–8 2008 Best Actor Shah Rukh Khan Nominated [17]
[18]
Best Actress Deepika Padukone Nominated
Best Film Om Shanti Om Nominated
Best Director Farah Khan Nominated
Performance in a Leading Role Deepika Padukone Nominated
Performance in a Supporting Role Shreyas Talpade Nominated
Performance in a Negative Role Arjun Rampal Nominated
Best Lyrics Javed Akhtar Won
Art Director Sabu Cyril Won
Costume Desiging Team Won
Makeup Team Won
Special Effects Team Won
National Film Awards 21 October 2009 Best Art Direction Sabu Cyril Won [19]
Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival 1 July 2008 – 6 July 2008 Mad Movies Om Shanti Om Won [20]
Producers Guild Film Awards 30 March 2008 Best Performance in a Negative Role Arjun Rampal Nominated [21]
[22]
[23]
[24]
Best Debut (Female) Deepika Padukone Won
Best Lyricist KK for "Aankhon Mein Teri" Nominated
Best Music Vishal-Shekhar Nominated
Best Lyrics Vishal Dadlani Nominated
Best Rerecording Kuldeep Sood Nominated
Best Choreography Farah Khan Won
Best Costume Design Johar Won
Best Editing Nominated
Best Art Director Sabu Cyril Nominated
Best Special Effects Red Chillies VFX Won
Screen Awards 23 January 2008 Best Film Om Shanti Om Nominated [25]
[15]
Best Director Farah Khan Nominated
Best Actor in a Negative Role Arjun Rampal Nominated
Best Playback Singer KK Nominated
Best Background Music Vishal-Shekhar Nominated
Best Special Effects Red Chillies VFX Nominated
Best Art Direction Sabu Cyril Nominated
Best Choreography Farah Khan Won
Most Promising Newcomer Deepika Padukone Won
Best Pair of the Year Shah Rukh Khan–Deepika Padukone Won
Stardust Awards 26 January 2008 Superstar of Tomorrow-Female Deepika Padukone Nominated [26]
[27]
Breakthrough Performance-Male Shreyas Talpade Won
Best Actor in a Negative Role Arjun Rampal Won
Star of the Year-Male Shah Rukh Khan Nominated
Dream Director Farah Khan Won
Best Film Om Shanti Om Nominated
Zee Cine Awards 26 April 2008 Best Film Om Shanti Om Nominated [28]
[29]
Best Actor Shah Rukh Khan Nominated
Best Actor-Female Deepika Padukone Nominated
Best Director Farah Khan Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Shreyas Talpade Nominated
Best Actor in a Negative Role Arjun Rampal Won
Most Popular Track of the Year Dard-e-Disco Nominated
Best Playback Singer KK Nominated
Sonu Nigam Nominated
Best Lyrics Javed Akhtar Nominated
Best Music Vishal-Shekhar Nominated
Most Promising Debut Deepika Padukone Won
Best Choreographer Farah Khan Won
Best Costume Johar Won
Best VFX Chilly Won

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  2. ^ Date is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.

ReferencesEdit

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