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List of awards and nominations received by Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone is an Indian actress who works in the Bollywood film industry. She has received three Filmfare Awards, six IIFA, five Producers Guild Film Awards, nine Screen Awards, three Stardust Awards and six Zee Cine Awards. In addition to film awards, Padukone has topped various listings of India's most attractive people, including The Times of India's "Most Desirable Woman", Maxim (India)'s "Hot 100", FHM (India)'s "World's Sexiest Woman" and People (India)'s "Most Beautiful Woman".

Deepika Padukone awards and nominations

Padukone at the 59th Filmfare Awards where she won the Best Actress award for Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela.
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Totals
Awards won 144
Nominations 63
References

After her film debut in the 2006 Kannada film Aishwarya,[1] Padukone entered Bollywood through the blockbuster Om Shanti Om (2007), for which she received Best Debut awards at various ceremonies including the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut and received her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress nomination.[2] At the 3rd Asian Film Awards, she received a nomination for Best Actress for her role in the action comedy Chandni Chowk to China (2009). Her performances in the romantic dramas Love Aaj Kal (2009) and Cocktail (2012) earned her recognition at various award ceremonies, including nominations for Best Actress at Filmfare and IIFA. For the latter film, she was awarded the Smita Patil Memorial Award for Best Actor.

Padukone's performances in her four releases of 2013 earned her various accolades. She was nominated for the Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and won IIFA Jodi of the Year (along with Ranbir Kapoor) for the blockbuster romantic comedy Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013). She subsequently won Best Actress awards at the IIFA and Zee Cine awards and earned additional Filmfare Best Actress nomination for her performance of a Tamil girl on the run in the blockbuster romantic comedy Chennai Express (2013). She also received her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress for her role of a Gujarati girl based on William Shakespeare's Juliet character in the tragic romance Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013). Her performances in the satirical road comedy Finding Fanny (2014) and the heist comedy Happy New Year (2014) won the Star of the Year (Female) award at Stardust. The following year, she received various accolades for her role as a Bengali architect in the comedy-drama Piku, including her second Best Actress award at the Filmfare, Screen, Producers Guild and IIFA awards along with Zee Cine Best Actress Critics Award. Additionally, Padukone won Stardust Award for Best Actress for her performances in the former and the romantic drama Tamasha (2015). That same year, for her role as Mastani in the historical romance Bajirao Mastani (2015), she received additional Best Actress nominations from the Filmfare, IIFA, Producers Guild Awards and won Zee Cine Best Actress award.

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Asian Film AwardsEdit

The Asian Film Awards are presented annually by the Hong Kong International Film Festival society to recognize excellence of those in the Asian film industry.[3] Padukone has received two nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Om Shanti Om Best Actress Nominated [4]
2009 Chandni Chowk to China Best Actress Nominated [5]

BIG Star Entertainment AwardsEdit

The BIG Star Entertainment Awards is an annual event organised by the Reliance Broadcast Network.[6] Padukone has won six awards from sixteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2010 N/A New Talent of the Decade – Female Nominated [7]
2012 Cocktail Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Film – Female Won [8]
Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Nominated [8]
2013 Race 2 Most Entertaining Actor in a Thriller Film – Female Nominated [9]
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Film – Female Nominated [9]
Most Entertaining Actor (Film) – Female Nominated [9]
Chennai Express Most Entertaining Actor (Film) – Female Won [10]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Film – Female Won [10]
Best Romantic Couple (along with Shah Rukh Khan) Won [10]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Most Entertaining Actor (Film) – Female Nominated [9]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Film – Female Nominated [9]
Most Entertaining Dancer {for the song "Nagada Sang Dhol"} Nominated [9]
2014 Happy New Year Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Film – Female Nominated [11]
Most Entertaining Dancer {for the song "Lovely"} Nominated [11]
2015 Piku Most Entertaining Actor (Film) – Female Won [12]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Drama Film – Female Won [12]

CNN-IBN Indian of the YearEdit

The CNN-IBN Indian of the Year is an award presented annually by CNN-IBN since 2006 to Indians who have been judged to have helped strengthen society and build Brand India during the year.[13] Padukone has received one award from two nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2013 N/A Special Achievement Award Won [14]
N/A Entertainment Nominated [15]

Filmfare AwardsEdit

The Filmfare Awards is one of the oldest and most prominent Hindi film award ceremonies. They are presented annually by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence.[16] Padukone has won three awards from eight nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2007 Aishwarya Best Actress Nominated
2008 Om Shanti Om Best Female Debut Won [17]
Best Actress Nominated [17]
2010 Love Aaj Kal Nominated [18]
2013 Cocktail Nominated [19]
2014 Chennai Express Nominated [20]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Won [21]
2016 Piku Won [22]
Bajirao Mastani Nominated [23]

Indian Film Festival of MelbourneEdit

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) is an annual Indian film festival based in Melbourne, Australia. It is presented by Film Victoria and the State Government of Victoria, and produced by Mind Blowing Films, a Melbourne-based distributor of Indian cinema across Australia and New Zealand. Padukone has received three nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2014 Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Best Actress Nominated [24]
2015 Piku Best Actress Nominated [25]
2016 Bajirao Mastani Best Actress Nominated [26]
2018 Padmaavat Best Actress Pending [27]

International Indian Film Academy AwardsEdit

The International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA Awards) are organised by Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. to honour members of the Bollywood film industry.[28] Padukone has received six awards from thirteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Om Shanti Om Best Female Debut Won [29]
Best Actress Nominated [30]
2010 Love Aaj Kal Best Actress Nominated [31]
2013 Cocktail Best Actress Nominated [32]
2014 Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Jodi of the Year (along with Ranbir Kapoor) Won [33]
Best Actress Nominated [34]
Chennai Express Best Actress Won [35]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Best Actress Nominated [34]
N/A Entertainer of the Year Won [35]
2015 Happy New Year Best Actress Nominated [34]
N/A Woman of the Year Won [36]
2016 Piku Best Actress Won [37]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actress Nominated [38]

NDTV Indian of the YearEdit

The NDTV Indian of the Year is an annual award presented by NDTV. Padukone has received two awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2014 N/A Entertainer of the Year Won [39]
2016 N/A Actor of the Year (Female) Won [40]

People's Choice Awards IndiaEdit

The People's Choice Awards India is the Indian version of the American awards show recognising Indian film, television, music and sports.[41] Padukone has received one nomination.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2012 N/A Favorite Movie Youth Icon Nominated [42]

Producers Guild Film AwardsEdit

The Producers Guild Film Awards (previously known as the Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards) are presented by the Producers Guild to honour and recognise the professional excellence of their peers. Padukone has received five awards from eleven nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Om Shanti Om Best Female Debut Won [43]
2010 N/A Chevrolet Heartbeat of the Nation (Female) Won [44]
Love Aaj Kal Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [45]
2013 Cocktail Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [46]
2014 Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [47]
Chennai Express Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [48]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [47]
2015 Happy New Year Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [49]
Finding Fanny & Happy New Year Entertainer of the Year Won [50]
2016 Piku Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [51]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [52]

Screen AwardsEdit

The Screen Awards is a yearly ceremony honouring professional excellence in the Hindi language film industry. Padukone has won ten awards from sixteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Om Shanti Om Most Promising Newcomer – Female Won [17]
Jodi No. 1 (along with Shah Rukh Khan) Won [17]
2010 Love Aaj Kal Best Actress Nominated [53]
2011 Housefull Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [54]
2012 Desi Boyz Best Actress (Popular Choice) Won [55]
2013 Cocktail Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [56]
Best Actress Nominated [57]
2014 N/A Life Ok Screen Hero Award Won [58]
Chennai Express & Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Best Actress Won [58]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Won [58]
2015 Finding Fanny Best Actress Nominated [59]
Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [59]
Happy New Year Best Actress (Popular Choice) Won [60]
2016 Piku Best Actress Won [61]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actress (Popular Choice) Won [61]
2017 N/A Best Style Icon Won [62]

Star Box Office AwardsEdit

The Star Box Office Awards are a collaboration between Star Plus and Boxofficeindia.co.in. The Star Box Office Awards ceremony recognizes the achievements of Hindi films based on its performance at the box office.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2014 Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Ms Box Office India Won [63]
Romantic Jodi of the Year (along with Ranveer Singh) Won [63]
N/A Ms Hat-Trick Won [63]

Stardust AwardsEdit

The Stardust Awards are presented by Stardust magazine. They honour professional excellence in the Hindi film industry. Padukone has won three awards from thirteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Om Shanti Om Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Nominated [64]
2010 Love Aaj Kal Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Nominated [65]
2011 Karthik Calling Karthik Best Actress in a Thriller or Action Nominated [66]
Housefull Best Actress in a Comedy or Romance Nominated [66]
2012 Aarakshan Best Actress in a Drama Nominated [67]
Desi Boyz Best Actress in a Comedy or Romance Nominated [67]
N/A Style Icon of The Year Won [68]
2013 Cocktail Best Actress in a Drama Nominated [69]
2014 Finding Fanny & Happy New Year Star of the Year – Female Won [70]
Finding Fanny Best Actress Nominated [71]
Happy New Year Best Actress in a Thriller or Action Nominated [71]
2015 Piku & Tamasha Actor of the Year – Female Won [72][73]

Teen Choice AwardsEdit

The Teen Choice Awards is an annual US award ceremony show that airs on the Fox Network. The awards honor the year's biggest achievements in music, movies, sports, television, fashion and other categories, voted by teen viewers.

Year Nominated Work Category Result Ref.
2017 xXx: Return of Xander Cage Choice Action Movie Actress Nominated [74]
Choice Breakout Movie Star Nominated [75]
Choice Movie Ship (along with Ruby Rose) Nominated
N/A Choice Female Hottie Nominated

Times of India Film AwardsEdit

The Times of India Film Awards are presented by the TOIFA Honorary Advisory Board Members to reward excellence in Hindi cinema. Padukone has received two awards from four nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2013 Cocktail Best Actor (Critics) – Female Won [76]
2016 Piku Best Actor – Female Nominated [77]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actor – Female Nominated [77]
On-screen Jodi of The Year (along with Ranveer Singh) Won [78]

Zee Cine AwardsEdit

The Zee Cine Awards are presented by Zee Entertainment Enterprises for the Hindi film industry. The awards were inaugurated in 1998 and are a mixture of categories decided on by public votes and by an industry jury. The awards were not presented in 2009 and 2010, but were resumed from 2011. Padukone has won six awards from thirteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Om Shanti Om Best Actor – Female Nominated [79]
Best Female Debut Won [80]
2011 Break Ke Baad Best Actor – Female Nominated [81]
N/A International Female Icon Won [82]
2013 Cocktail Best Actor – Female Nominated [83]
2014 N/A Dhamakedar Performer Won [84]
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Best Actor – Female Nominated [85]
Chennai Express Best Actor – Female Won [84]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela Best Actor – Female Nominated [85]
2016 Piku Critics Award for Best Actor – Female Won [86]
Best Actor – Female Nominated [87]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actor – Female Won [86]
Critics Award for Best Actor – Female Nominated [88]

Other awards and recognitionEdit

Year Recipient Award / Organisation Category Result Ref.
2004 Deepika Padukone Marco Ricci Society Young Achiever Awards Glamour Award [89]
2005 Deepika Padukone Elle (India) Style Awards Model Of The Year [90]
2005 Deepika Padukone Kingfisher Fashion Awards Model of the Year (Female) [91]
2006 Deepika Padukone Idea Zee F Awards Female Model of the Year (Commercial Assignments) [92]
2006 Deepika Padukone Idea Zee F Awards Fresh face of the year (female) [92]
2006 Deepika padukone Zee Astitva Awards Outstanding Contribution to Fashion [93]
2007 Deepika Padukone Sabsey Favourite Kaun Awards Sabsey Favourite Nayi Heroine [94]
2007 Deepika Padukoen HT Café Film Awards Best Newcomer Award (Female) [95]
2008 Deepika Padukoen Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Awards The Most Fun,Fearless Upcoming Actor [96]
2008 Deepika Padukone Reebok Zoom Glam Awards Glam Debutante (Female) [97]
2008 Deepika Padukone Femina (India) Indian's Most Beautiful Women [98]
2008 Deepika Padukone Annual Central European Bollywood Awards Breakthrough Role (Female) [99]
2008 Deepika Padukone Maxim Hottest Girl of the Year [100]
2009 Deepika Padukone DNA After Hrs Food Awards Dishiest Female [101]
2009 Deepika Padukone Star's Sabsey Favourite Kaun Awards Sabsey Tez Sitara for Bachna Ae Haseeno [102]
2009 Deepika Padukone GR8! Women Achiever Awards Best Newcomer [103]
2009 Deepika Padukone Lux Comedy Honors Rising Actress with Comic Excellence [104]
2009 Deepika Padukone Videocon India Youth Icon Awards Fashion Icon of the Year [105]
2009 Deepika Padukoen Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Awards Sexiest Female [106]
2010 Deepika Padukone Femina (India) Indian's Most Beautiful Women [107]
2010 Deepika Padukone Marie Claire Fashion Awards Editor’s Choice [108]
2010 Deepika Padukone Retail Jewellery Association Awards Jewellery Style Icon [109]
2010 Deepika Padukone FHM (India) World's Sexiest Woman [110]
2011 Deepika Padukone DY Patil Annual Achiever’s Awards Entertainer of the Year [111]
2011 Deepika Padukone HELLO! Hall of Fame Awards Most Glamorous Woman of the Year [112]
2012 Deepika Padukone Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Awards Most Stylish Female [113]
2012 Deepika Padukone Vogue India Vogue Beauty Of The Year [114]
2012 Deepika Padukone GQ Men of The Year Awards (India) Woman of the Year [115]
2012 Deepika Padukone Femina (India) Indian's Most Beautiful Woman [116]
2012 Deepika Padukone People (India) Most Beautiful Woman [117]
2012 Cocktail Priyadarshni Academy Global Awards Smita Patil Memorial Award for Best Actor [118]
2013 Deepika Padukone Grazia (India) Cover Girl of the Year [119]
2013 Deepika Padukone Cosmopolitan UK Beauty Icon [120]
2013 Deepika Padukone The Times of India Most Desirable Woman of 2012 [121]
2013 Deepika Padukone Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India Most Popular Actress [122]
2013 Deepika Padukone HELLO! Hall of Fame Awards Entertainer of the Year (Female) [123]
2014 Deepika Padukone Hiflyers Awards Best Actress [124]
2014 Deepika Padukone Surfers' Choice Award Best Actress [125]
2014 Deepika Padukone ETC Bollywood Business Awards Highest Grossing Actor (Female) [126]
2014 Deepika Padukone Femina (India) India's Most Powerful Woman [127]
2014 Deepika Padukone HT Most Stylish Awards Most Stylish Actress [128]
2014 Deepika Padukone The Times of India Most Desirable Woman of 2013 [129]
2014 Deepika Padukone FHM (India) World's Sexiest Woman [110]
2014 Deepika Padukone India Today 50 Powerful People Powerful Female [130]
2015 Deepika Padukone Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards 2015 Most Glamorous Star (Female) [131]
2015 Deepika Padukone Times Celebex Awards The Most Followed Female Star On Social Media [132]
2015 Deepika Padukone Times Celebex Awards The Most Popular Actress In Print Media. [133]
2015 Deepika Padukone Times Celebex Awards Star Of The Year Female [134]
2015 Deepika Padukone HT Style Awards 2015 Woman of Substance [135]
2015 Deepika Padukone Ranveer Singh Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards 2015 Most Glamorous On-Screen Couple [131]
2015 Deepika Padukone Arab Indo Bollywood Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Finding Fanny/nom [136]
2015 Deepika Padukone FOI Online Awards Best Actress In A Leading Role Piku [137]
2015 Deepika Padukone The Financial Times UK (FT) 50 Most Influential Women Most Influential Woman [138]
2015 Deepika Padukone Women of Worth Contribution To The Indian Cinema [139]
2015 Deepika Padukone GQ Men of The Year Awards (India) Woman of the Year [140]
2015 Deepika Padukone India’s Most Attractive Brands TRA India’s Most Attractive female actor [141]
2016 Deepika Padukone Giant International Award 2016 Woman of the Year [142]
2016 Deepika Padukone Femina (India) India's Most Beautiful Woman [143]
2016 Deepika Padukone Femina Beauty Awards 2016 Woman of the Year [144]
2016 Deepika Padukone/Ranveer Singh Femina Beauty Awards 2016 (Couple of the Year) [145]
2016 Deepika Padukone IBNLive Movie Awards Best Actress In A Leading Role Piku [146]
2016 Deepika Padukone Refinery29 Icon Of Beauty [147]
2016 Deepika Padukone Koimoi Best Actress Audience Poll Bajirao Mastani [148]
2016 Deepika Padukone India Today 50 Powerful People Powerful Female [149]
2016 Deepika Padukone IE Most Powerful Indians List Most Powerful Indians [150]
2016 Deepika Padukone Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India Best Actress (Female)Bajirao Mastani [151]
2016 Deepika Padukone Eastern Eye Sexiest Asian Woman [152]
2016 Deepika Padukone Lux Golden Rose Awards Iconic Look of the Year Bajirao Mastani [153]
2016 Deepika Padukone Forbes The World's Highest-Paid Actresses 2016 [154]
2016 Deepika Padukone Paper Magazine’s ‘1000 Most Beautiful People List Most Beautiful People,Cover Girl [155]
2016 Deepika Padukone Vanity Fair Hollywood’s Next Generation stars Hollywood’s Next Generation star [156]
2016 Deepika Padukone Esquire Awards 2016 International Woman of the Year [157]
2016 Deepika Padukone Hindustan Times Youth Survey Sexiest Woman Alive [158]
2017 Deepika Padukone South African International Film Festival Best Actress in a Leading Role Bajirao Mastani [159]
2017 Deepika Padukone Miss Malini Beauty Awards Red Carpet Head-Turner [160]
2017 Deepika Padukone Social Media Summit and Awards 2017 Most Popular Indian Actress on Social Media [161]
2017 Deepika Padukone Asiavision Movie Award 2017 Global Icon of the Year (Female) [162]
2017 Deepika Padukone India Today 50 Power People Powerful Female [163]
2017 Deepika Padukone Lux Golden Rose Awards 2017 Unstoppable beauty of the Year [164]
2017 Deepika Padukone Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Gold Lion for Nike’s Da Da Ding campaign [165]
2017 Deepika Padukone The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Invited As New Membership [166]
2017 Deepika Padukone Hindustan Times Youth Survey Sexiest Woman Alive [167]
2017 Deepika Padukone Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards Most Glamorous Star (Female) [168]
2017 Deepika Padukone Maxim INDIA'S HOT 100 [169]
2017 Deepika Padukone CNBC-TV18 India Business Leader Awards Entertainment Leader of the Year Award [170]
2017 Deepika Padukone HIT Most Stylish Awards Most Stylish Global Icon [171]
2017 Deepika Padukone Twitter The Most Talked About Female Bollywood Celebrities [172]
2018 Deepika Padukone INSTAGRAM AWARDS 2018 Most Followed Account [173]
2018 Deepika Padukone HT India’s Most Stylish Awards The India’s Most Stylish (female) award [174]
2018 Deepika Padukone Volare Awards 2018 contributed towards Italian culture [175]
2018 Deepika Padukone YouGov World's Most Admired People One Of The YouGov's Most Admired People [176]
2018 Deepika Padukone Filmfare Middle East the Excellence In Cinema award [177]
2018 Deepika Padukone India Today 50 Power People Powerful Female [178]
2018 Deepika Padukone Elle (India) Icon Of Change [179]
2018 Deepika Padukone Hello (magazine) Hall of Fame Awards Entertainer of the Year (Female) [180]
2018 Deepika Padukone IE Most Powerful Indians List Most Powerful Indians [181]
2018 Deepika Padukone Variety (magazine) Women's Impact Report 2018 Impactfull Woman [182]
2018 Deepika Padukone Time (Magazine) 100 Influential People of 2018 One of The Most Influential [183]
2018 Deepika Padukone Vogue (Magazine) 34 International Stars Who Continue to Shine on a Global Stage International Star who Continue to Shine on a Global Stage [184]
2018 Deepika Padukone GQ Men of The Year Awards (India) Creative Personality [185]
2018 Deepika Padukone Elle (India) Beauty Awards Global Beauty Star [186]
2018 Deepika Padukone GOQii Top Health and Fitness Influencer 2018 [187]

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