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List of awards and nominations received by Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan (also credited as Shahrukh Khan)[1] is an Indian actor, producer and television personality who has received many awards and nominations. These include 15 Filmfare Awards, five Producers Guild Film Awards, 17 Screen Awards and six IIFA Awards. He began his acting career on television playing a soldier in the Doordarshan series Fauji (1988).[2] He won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut for his debut film, the romantic drama Deewana (1992), in which he played a supporting part.[3] For the role of an ambiguous avenger who murders his girlfriend in the crime thriller film Baazigar (1993), he received his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[4] At the 41st Filmfare Awards, he garnered Best Actor award for Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), which saw him play a young non-resident Indian (NRI) who falls in love during a trip across Europe.[5]

Shah Rukh Khan awards and nominations
Shahrukh Khan in 2008.jpg
Khan at a press conference for Om Shanti Om in 2008
Totals
Wins 287
Nominations 71
References

Khan played a stage director in the musical romance Dil To Pagal Hai (1997),[6] and was awarded the Best Actor award at the 43rd Filmfare Awards and Zee Cine Awards 1998; he was also nominated in the same category at the Screen Awards. For his portrayal of a college student in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998),[7] he received the Best Actor award at the 44th Filmfare Awards, Zee Cine Awards 1999, and Bollywood Movie Awards, and earned his third nomination for Best Actor at the Screen Awards. He played an adopted son in conflict with his adopted family in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001),[8] which earned him nominations in the Best actor category at the Filmfare, Screen, and IIFA Awards; he eventually won a Screen Award for Jodi No. 1 along with Kajol.

Khan's production, the film Aśoka (2001), in which he also starred, was nominated at the 46th Filmfare Awards for Best Film.[9] He played the title role of a rebellious alcoholic in the period romance Devdas (2002),[10] which earned him his first IIFA Award for Best Actor, among other wins in the same category at the Filmfare, Screen and Zee Cine awards. His performance in the romance Veer-Zaara (2004) earned him the Screen, IIFA and Zee Cine awards for Best actor. At the 48th Filmfare Awards, he was nominated for Best Actor for the films Main Hoon Na (2004), Veer-Zaara and Swades (2004), winning for Swades. His portrayal of a hockey coach in the sports film Chak De! India (2007) earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[11] For his performance in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008), he earned the Producers Guild Award for Best Actor. He also received the same award for playing a man with Asperger syndrome in My Name is Khan (2010),[12] along with the IIFA Award for Best Actor. He received the Stardust Award for Best Actor and Zee Cine Award for Best Actor for the romantic comedy Chennai Express (2013).

Khan received the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award, from the Government of India in 2005. In 2007, he was accorded the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the Government of France, and in 2014 he was conferred its Legion d'honneur, the country's highest civilian award. According to a popularity survey, 3.2 billion people throughout the world know of Khan, which is more than those who know of Tom Cruise.[13] In 2007, Eastern Eye named him the World's Sexiest Asian Man. In 2008, Newsweek listed him among the 50 Most Powerful People In The World.

At the end of 2016, Khan announced that he keeps track of the awards that he has received, and that the total at that time was 267.[14]

Contents

Asian Film AwardsEdit

The Asian Film Awards are presented annually by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society to members of Asian cinema.[15] Khan has received one nomination.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2007 Don Best Actor Nominated [16]

Asianet Film AwardsEdit

The Asianet Film Awards are presented annually by Asianet to honour excellence in Malayalam cinema.[17] Khan has received two awards.

Year Nominated work and artist Category Result Ref.
2012 Shah Rukh Khan Lifetime Achievement Award Won [18]
2014 Shah Rukh Khan International Icon of Indian Cinema Won [19]

BIG Star Entertainment AwardsEdit

The BIG Star Entertainment Awards is an annual event organised by the Reliance Broadcast Network.[20]

Year Nominated artist and work Category Result Ref.
2010 Shah Rukh Khan Film Actor of Decade (Male) Won [21]
2012 Jab Tak Hai Jaan Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Role Nominated
Jodi of the year (along with Katrina Kaif) Won
2013 Chennai Express Star Plus Entertainer Of The Year Won [22]
Jodi Of The Year (along with Deepika Padukone) Won [22]
Entertainer in Action Nominated [23]
2014 Happy New Year Most Entertaining Actor (Film) – Male Nominated [24]

Bollywood Movie AwardsEdit

The Bollywood Movie Awards were presented annually by The Bollywood Group beginning in 1999.[25] They were discontinued after 2007. Khan won four of the six awards for which he was nominated.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1999 Dil Se.. Most Sensational Actor Won [26]
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Best Actor Won [26]
2003 Devdas Best Actor Won [26]
2005 Veer-Zaara Best Actor Won [26]
2007 Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna Best Actor Nominated [27]
Don Best Villain Nominated [27]

ETC Bollywood Business AwardsEdit

  • 2012-ETC Bollywood Business Awards: most profitable actors of the Hindi film industry (overseas)[28]

FICCI Frames Excellence HonoursEdit

The FICCI Frames Excellence Honours is an annual award ceremony organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.[29]

  • 2009 – Among the 10 recipients of the IIFA-FICCI Frames Awards for the Most Powerful Entertainer of the Decade[30]
  • 2010 – Global Entertainment and Media personality Award at FICCI Frames 2010 Excellence Awards.[31]
  • 2011 FICCI Frames Best Actor award (My Name Is Khan)[32]

Filmfare AwardsEdit

The Filmfare Awards are presented annually by The Times Group for excellence of cinematic achievements in Hindi cinema.[33] Khan has won 15 awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1993 Deewana Best Debut Won [34]
1994 Baazigar Best Actor [35]
1993 Darr Best Villain Nominated [36]
1995 Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa Critics Award for Best Actor Won [37]
Best Actor Nominated [38]
Anjaam Best Villain Won [37]
1996 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge Best Actor [39]
1998 Dil To Pagal Hai Best Actor [40]
Yes Boss Nominated [41]
1999 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Best Actor Won [42]
Duplicate Best Villain Nominated [43]
2000 Baadshah Best Comedian [44]
2001 Mohabbatein Critics Award for Best Actor Won [45]
Best Actor Nominated [46]
2002 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... Best Actor [47]
Aśoka Best Film Nominated [47]
Shah Rukh Khan Special Award Swiss Consulate Trophy Won [48]
2003 Devdas Best Actor Won [49]
2004 Kal Ho Naa Ho Best Actor Nominated [50]
Shah Rukh Khan Power Award Won [48]
2005 Main Hoon Na Best Actor Nominated [51]
Best Actor
Veer-Zaara Nominated [51]
Swades Won [51]
2005 Shah Rukh Khan Power Award Won [48]
2007 Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Best Actor Nominated [52]
Don - The Chase Begins Again Nominated [52]
2008 Chak De India Best Actor Won [52]
Om Shanti Om Best Actor Nominated [52]
2009 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Best Actor [52]
2011 My Name Is Khan Best Actor Won [53]
[54]
2012 Don 2 Best Actor Nominated [55]
2013 Jab Tak Hai Jaan Best Actor [56]
2014 Chennai Express Best Actor [57]
2016 Dilwale Best Actor [58]
2017 Fan Best Actor [59]
2018 Raees Best Actor [60]

Global Indian Film AwardsEdit

The Global Indian Film Awards was an awards ceremony organised by Popcorn Entertainment for the Hindi cinema.[61] Khan has received two awards from three nominations.

Year Nominated work and artist Category Result Ref.
2005 Swades GIFA Best Actor Award Won [62]
Shah Rukh Khan GIFA Most Searched Male Actor on Internet Won [63]
2006 Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna GIFA Best Actor Award Nominated [64]

International Indian Film Academy AwardsEdit

The International Indian Film Academy Awards (shortened as IIFA) is an annual international event organised by the Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. to honour excellence in the Hindi cinema.[65] Khan has won six awards from 17 nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2001 Mohabbatein Best Actor Nominated [52]
2002 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... Best Actor Nominated [66]
2003 Devdas Best Actor Won [67]
2004 Kal Ho Naa Ho Best Actor Nominated [68]
2005 Veer-Zaara Best Actor Won [69]
2006 Paheli Best Actor Nominated [52]
2007 Don Best Actor Nominated [52]
2008 Chak De India Best Actor Won [52]
2009 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Best Actor Nominated [70]
Shah Rukh Khan IIFA Star of the Decade – Male Won [71]
2011 My Name Is Khan Best Actor Won [72]
2011 Don 2 Best Actor Nominated [73]
2012 Jab Tak Hai Jaan Best Actor Nominated [74]
2013 Shah Rukh Khan Digital Star Of The Year Won [75]
2014 Chennai Express Best Actor Nominated [76]
2015 Happy New Year Best Actor Nominated [77]
2017 Fan Best Actor Nominated [78]

Indian Television Academy AwardsEdit

Indian Telly AwardsEdit

Lions Gold AwardsEdit

The Lions Gold Awards are presented by Lions Club Mumbai.

Mirchi Music AwardsEdit

The Mirchi Music Awards are presented annually by Radio Mirchi to honour excellence in the Hindi language film music industry.[82] Khan has received an award.

Year Nominated artist Category Result Ref.
2014 Shah Rukh Khan Face of Romantic Music Won [83]

NDTV Indian of the Year AwardsEdit

NDTV Profit Business Leadership AwardsEdit

Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards IndiaEdit

Producers Guild Film AwardsEdit

The Producers Guild Film Awards (previously known as the Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards) is an annual event organised by the Film Producers Guild of India.[90] Khan has won the most awards and nominations in the Best Actor category, with 11 nominations and five wins.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2004 Kal Ho Naa Ho Best Actor Nominated [91]
2005 Swades [92]
2008 Chak De India Won [93]
2010 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi [94]
2011 My Name is Khan Nominated [95]
Entertainer of the Year (male) Won [96]
2012 Don 2 Best Actor Nominated [97]
Entertainer of the Year (male) Won [98]
2013 Jab Tak Hai Jaan Best Actor Nominated [99]
2014 Chennai Express Entertainer of the Year Won [100]
2015 Happy New Year Best Actor Nominated [101]

Screen AwardsEdit

The Screen Awards are presented annually by Indian Express Limited to honour excellence in Hindi and Marathi cinema.[102] Khan has won 17 awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1995 Ram Jaane Best Actor Won [103]
1998 Dil To Pagal Hai Best Actor Nominated
1999 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Best Actor
2001 Mohabbatein Best Actor
2002 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham Jodi No. 1 (along with Kajol) Won
Best Actor Nominated
2003 Devdas Best Actor Won
Jodi No. 1 (along with Aishwarya Rai)
2004 Chalte Chalte Best Actor Nominated
2005 Veer Zaara Best Actor Won
Jodi No. 1 (along with Preity Zinta)
2006 Paheli Best Actor Nominated
2007 Don Best Villain [104]
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Jodi No. 1 (along with Rani Mukerji) Won
2008 Chak De India Best Actor
Om Shanti Om Jodi No. 1 (along with Deepika Padukone)
2009 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Best Actor Nominated [105]
2010 Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol Jodi of The Decade (along with Kajol) Won
2011 My Name Is Khan Best Actor (Popular) [106]
Best Actor Nominated
2012 Don 2 Best Actor (Popular) Won
Jodi No. 1 (along with Priyanka Chopra) [107]
Best Actor Nominated
2013 Jab Tak Hai Jaan Best Actor (Popular)
Best Actor
2014 Chennai Express Best Actor (Popular) Won
Best Actor Nominated
2015 Happy New Year Best Actor (Popular) Won [106]
Best Actor Nominated
2016 Dilwale Best Actor (Popular) Won
Jodi No. 1 (along with Kajol)

Stardust AwardsEdit

The awards, given by Stardust movie magazine began in 2003. They celebrate new talent in the movie industry as well as honouring current stars.

Year Category Film Result Ref.
2012 Stardust Award for Star of the Year – Male Ra.One & Don 2 Nominated [108]
2013 Stardust Award for Star of the Year – Male Jab Tak Hai Jaan Won [109]
2014 Stardust Award for Star of the Year – Male Chennai Express [110]
2015 Stardust Award for Star of the Year – Male Happy New Year [111]
Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Thriller or Action [111]
2016 Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Thriller or Action Fan Won [112]

The Asian AwardsEdit

The Asian Awards are presented annually to honour excellence and achievement among members of the Asian community.[113] Khan has received one award.

Year Nominated artist Category Result Ref.
2015 Shah Rukh Khan Outstanding Contribution to Cinema Won [114]

Vijay AwardsEdit

The Vijay Awards were presented annually by STAR Vijay to honour excellence in Tamil cinema.[115] The awards were discontinued after 2015. Khan has received two awards.

Year Nominated artist Category Result Ref.
2013 Shah Rukh Khan Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan Award for Excellence in Indian Cinema Won [116]
2014 Shah Rukh Khan Entertainer of Indian Cinema Won [117]

Zee Cine AwardsEdit

The Zee Cine Awards is an annual award ceremony organised by the Zee Entertainment Enterprises.[118] Khan has won 13 awards from 23 nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1998 Dil To Pagal Hai Best Actor Won [119]
1999 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Best Actor [120]
2002 Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham Best Actor Nominated [121]
Aśoka Best Film Nominated
2003 Devdas Best Actor Won [122]
2004 Shah Rukh Khan Superstar of the Year — Male Won [48]
Chalte Chalte & Kal Ho Naa Ho Best Actor Nominated [123]
2005 Veer Zaara Best Actor Won [124]
Main Hoon Na Nominated [124]
Swades [124]
2006 Paheli Best Actor [125]
2007 Don Fun Cinema Entertainer Of The Year Won [48]
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Best Actor Nominated [126]
2008 Chak De India Best Actor Won [127]
Om Shanti Om Nominated [127]
Zee Icon Award Won [48]
2011 My Name Is Khan Best Actor [128]
2012 Don 2 Best Actor (Critics) Won [129]
Ra.One & Don 2 Best Actor Nominated [130]
2013 Jab Tak Hai Jaan International Icon Male Won [131]
Best Actor Nominated [132]
2014 Chennai Express Best Actor Won [133]
2018 Raees Best Actor Nominated [134]
Shah Rukh Khan Special Honour For Contribution To Cinema and TV Over The Last 25 Years Won [135]

OthersEdit

Orders, decorations and medalsEdit

Year Award and honour Government Ref.
1997 Best Indian Citizen Award Government of India [48]
2002 Rajiv Gandhi Award for Excellence in the Field of Entertainment Government of India [48]
2005 Padma Shri Government of India [136]
2007 Ordre des Arts et des Lettres Government of France [137]
2008 Darjah Mulia Seri Melaka Government of Malacca [138]
2009 Black belt honorary in taekwondo Government of South Korea [139]
2011 L’Etoile d’Or Government of Morocco [140]
2012 BrandLaureate Legendary Award Government of Malaysia [141]
2012 Wissame Al Kafaa Al Fikria Government of Morocco [142]
2013 Goodwill ambassador Government of South Korea [143]
2014 Légion d'honneur Government of France [137]
2014 Global Diversity Award British House of Commons [144]

Honours from organizationsEdit

Year Award Honouring body Ref.
2009 Honorary doctorate in arts and culture University of Bedfordshire [145]
2011 Pyramide con Marni UNESCO [146]
2012 Chubb fellowship Yale University [147]
2014 Interpol ambassador for "Turn Back Crime" Interpol [148]
2015 Honorary doctorate University of Edinburgh [149]
2016 Honorary doctorate for promoting Urdu Maulana Azad National Urdu University [150]
2017 Yash Chopra National Memorial Award Indian Television Academy [151]
2018 Crystal Award World Economic Forum [152]
2018 Webit.Special Recognition Award for empowering and giving voice to women Webit Foundation [153]

Media titlesEdit

  • 2004 – Time magazine selected him as one of 20 "Asian Heroes" under the age of 40; he was featured on the magazine's cover.[154]
  • 2008 – Newsweek named him one of the 50 most powerful people in the world, ranking him at number 41. He was the only artist and the only movie-star in the list. Newsweek subtitled his article as "The king of Bollywood is opening minds in some closed-off cultures" and noted, "Who is the world's biggest movie star? Brad? Will? Nah. His name is Shahrukh Khan, and he's the king of Bollywood."[155]
  • 2009 – He was declared amongst the "500 most influential Muslims in the world" by Georgetown University.[156]
  • 2010 – Entertainment Weekly states on their Most Powerful List that Khan is the "megastar" of Bollywood.[157]
  • In 2007, Eastern Eye World's Sexiest Asian Man[158][159]
  • 2013 − Honored as one of the 25 Greatest Global Living Indians by the Honorable President of India Pranab Mukherjee to mark the completion of 25 years of NDTV. [160]
  • In 2011, 3rd position in the list of World's Sexiest Asian Man[161]; he ranked 9th in 2015[162]
  • 2010- India's Sexiest Dad ( OK! Magazine, November)[163]
  • 2011 Forbes India Leadership Awards: A special commendation for his contribution to the Media and Entertainment industry[164]
  • 2013-Most Popular and Powerful Celebrity in Forbes India Celebrity 100 List and first Indian actor to be featured on the cover of Forbes India Magazine[165]
  • 2013-India's Most Attractive Personality by Trust Research Advisory[166]
  • 2013-Ranked 5th on India's 25 Greatest Global Living Legends from NDTV
  • 2013-Most Popular and Powerful Celebrity in Forbes India Celebrity 100
  • Shaadi.com Most Popular Father[167]
  • 2014 Most Admired Dad[168]
  • Marketing Savy Star (Screen)[169]
  • Best Onscreen Couple (with Kajol)[170]
  • Brand Equity Nieslen[171]
  • Best Celebrity in a Rugged Look[172]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ In the infobox, an award won is not considered a nomination.

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