List of awards and nominations received by Aamir Khan

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Aamir Khan awards and nominations

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Khan at the premiere of Ghajini

Totals
Wins 65
Nominations 114

This is a list of the awards and nominations received by the Indian actor, producer and director Aamir Khan. He has won 9 Filmfare Awards, out of 32 nominations, including the 3 Best Actor award[1] for Raja Hindustani (1996),[2] Lagaan (2001), and Dangal (2016),[3] the Best Actor (Critics) award for Rang De Basanti (2006), the Best Film award for Lagaan, Taare Zameen Par (2007), and Dangal, and the Best Director award for Taare Zameen Par. He has also won four National Film Awards, as an actor in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) and Raakh (1989), the producer of Lagaan and Madness in the Desert (2004), and director-producer of Taare Zameen Par.

Overseas, Lagaan earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film, and won various awards at international film festivals. This made it one of only three Indian films to receive an Oscar nomination, along with Mehboob Khan's Mother India (1957) and Mira Nair's Salaam Bombay! (1988).[4] This also makes Aamir Khan one of the few Indian filmmakers to ever receive an Oscar nomination.[5] Two more of his films were India's submissions to the Oscars, Taare Zameen Par[6] and Peepli Live (2010),[7][8] while Dhobi Ghat (2011) was longlisted for the BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language,[9] though neither were nominated. In 2017, Dangal won him the inaugural Best Asian Film award at Australia's 7th AACTA Awards,[10][11] as well as Movie of the Year and Top Foreign Actor from China's Douban Film Awards,[12][13] and it is an award nominee for the 68th Berlin International Film Festival.[14]

In addition, Khan has received honorary accolades, including the Government of India's Padma Shri in 2003[15] and Padma Bhushan in 2010,[16] and an Honorary Doctorate by the Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) for his distinguished contributions to the Indian cinema and entertainment industry.[17] In 2011, he accepted an invitation from the Berlin Film Festival to be a member of the jury, after having previously turned down their offer three times since 2008.[18] In 2017, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited Khan for membership,[19] and he received an award for "National Treasure of India" from the Government of China.[20]

Despite having won numerous awards and honours, Aamir Khan is known for refusing to attend, or accept awards from, Indian film award ceremonies. This has occasionally led to controversy, notably at the 2017 National Film Awards when the award committee responded by refusing to honour Khan with the Best Actor award for his performance in Dangal.[21]

Civilian and honorary awards

Indian film awards

Filmfare Awards

The Filmfare Awards are presented annually by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Hindi language film industry of India. The Filmfare ceremony is one of the oldest film events in India, established in 1954.[23][24][25] The Filmfare Awards have been often referred to as the Hindi film industry's equivalent to the Academy Awards.[23][24][25][26]

Year Film Category Result
1989 Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak Best Male Debut Won
Best Actor Nominated
1990 Raakh Best Actor
1991 Dil Best Actor
1992 Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin Best Actor
1993 Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Best Actor
1994 Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke Best Actor
1995 Andaz Apna Apna Best Actor
1996 Rangeela Best Actor
1997 Raja Hindustani Best Actor Won
1999 Ghulam Best Actor Nominated
Best Playback Singer (Male)
2000 Sarfarosh Best Actor
2002 Lagaan Best Actor Won
Best Film
Dil Chahta Hai Best Actor Nominated
2006 Mangal Pandey: The Rising Best Actor
2007 Rang De Basanti Best Actor
Best Actor (Critics) Won
2008 Taare Zameen Par Best Film
Best Director
Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2009 Ghajini Best Actor
Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na Best Film
2010 3 Idiots Best Actor
2011 Peepli Live Best Film
Delhi Belly Best Film
2015 PK Best Actor
2017 Dangal Best Actor Won
Best Film
2018 Secret Superstar Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Best Film

National Film Awards

The National Film Awards is one of the most prominent film award ceremonies in India. Established in 1954, it is administered by the International Film Festival of India and the Indian government's Directorate of Film Festivals. The awards are presented by the President of India. Due to their national scale, they are considered to be Indian cinema's equivalent to the Academy Awards.[27]

Year Category Film Result Ref
1989 Special Mention Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak Won [28]
Raakh
2001 Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment Lagaan [29]
2004 Best Exploration/Adventure Film Madness in the Desert [30]
2008 Best Film on Family Welfare Taare Zameen Par [31]

At the 64th National Film Awards in 2017, there was controversy over the National Film Award for Best Actor, which the committee awarded to Akshay Kumar for his performance in Rustom,[32][33] instead of Aamir Khan's performance for Dangal.[34][35][21] Committee member Priyadarshan, who has worked with Kumar on several films,[32][21] gave the following explanation for awarding Kumar instead of Khan:[21]

Why should we have given the Best Actor award to Aamir Khan when he has made it very clear that he doesn’t attend awards functions? If he doesn’t want to accept the honour, what is the point in honouring him? Nowadays, we have seen people returning their awards. We didn’t want to take that risk.

IIFA Awards

Year Category Film Result
2000 Best Actor Sarfarosh Nominated
2002 Best Actor Lagaan Won
Best Film Lagaan
Best Actor Dil Chahta Hai Nominated
2007 Best Actor Rang De Basanti
2009 Movie of the Decade Lagaan Won
Best Actor Ghajini Nominated
2010 Best Actor[36] 3 Idiots
2013 Best Film Talaash
2015 Best Actor PK

Producers Guild Film Awards

Year Category Film Result[37]
2009 Best Film Taare Zameen Par Won
Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na Nominated
Best Director Taare Zameen Par Won
2010 Best Actor Ghajini Nominated
2015 Best Actor PK

Screen Awards

Won
Nominated

Gollapudi Srinivas Award

Year Category Film Result Result
2008 Best Debut Director Taare Zameen Par Won [45]

Zee Cine Awards

Year Category Film Result
1998 Best Actor Ishq Nominated
1999 Best Actor Ghulam Nominated
2000 Best Actor Sarfarosh Won
2002 Best Actor Lagaan Won
Best Film Won
Best Actor Dil Chahta Hai Nominated
2007 Best Actor Rang De Basanti Nominated
2008 Best Director Taare Zameen Par Won
Most Promising Director Won[46]
2014 Best Actor Dhoom 3 Nominated[47]
2017 Best Film Dangal Won
Best Actor Nominated

Bollywood Movie Awards

Year Category Film Result
2002 Best Actor[48] Lagaan Won
Best Actor (Critics) Dil Chahta Hai

BIG Star Entertainment Awards

Winner

  • 2010 – BIG Star – Film Actor of Decade (Male)[49]

International film awards

Academy Awards

Year Category Film Result Ref
2002 Best Foreign Language Film Lagaan Nominated [50]
2009 Best Foreign Language Film Taare Zameen Par Submitted [6]
2011 Best Foreign Language Film Peepli Live Submitted [7][8]

AACTA Awards

Year Category Film Result Ref
2017 Best Asian Film Dangal Won [51][52][53]

BAFTA Awards

Year Category Film Result Ref
2012 Best Film Not in the English Language Dhobi Ghat Longlisted [9]

Douban Film Awards

Year Category Film Result Ref
2017 Movie of the Year Dangal Won [12][13]
Top Foreign Actor Dangal Won
Most Talked About Film Dangal Nominated [54]
Top Movie Soundtrack Dangal Nominated
Movie of the Month (May) Dangal Won

European Film Awards

Ceremony Date of ceremony Category Film Result Ref
European Film Awards December 1, 2001 Best Non-European Film Lagaan Nominated [55]

Film festivals

Festival Date of ceremony Category Film Result Ref
Bergen International Film Festival 2001 The Jury's Award Lagaan Won [56]
Leeds International Film Festival October 16, 2001 Audience Award Lagaan Won [57]
Locarno International Film Festival August 12, 2001 Audience Award Lagaan Won [58]
NatFilm Festival April 14, 2002 Audience Award Lagaan Won [59]
Portland International Film Festival February 23, 2002 Audience Award for Best Film Lagaan Won [60]
Indian Film Festival of Melbourne August 12, 2017 People’s Choice Award Dangal Won [61]
Berlin International Film Festival February 2018 Asian Brilliant Stars Dangal Pending [14]

Other awards

Winner

  • 2001 – Bollywood People's Choice Awards: Best Actor for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India
  • 2008 – Planet Bollywood People's Choice Awards: Best Director for Taare Zameen Par.[62]
  • 2008 – Planet Bollywood People's Choice Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Taare Zameen Par.[62]
  • 2008 – V. Shantaram Awards: Best Film Gold Award for Taare Zameen Par.[63]
  • 2008 – V. Shantaram Awards: Best Director Silver Award for Taare Zameen Par.[63]
  • 2010 – Dadasaheb Phalke Award: Phalke Memorial Performance Award for 3 Idiots.[64]
  • 2010 – Annual Central European Bollywood Award: Best Actor for 3 Idiots.[65]
  • 2010 - Creative Entrepreneur of the Year Award at NDTV Profit Business Leadership Awards.[66]
  • 2010 - Cinematic Icon Award by GQ India.[67]
  • 2013 – Inaugural America Abroad Media Award for Satyamev Jayate.[68]
  • 2014 - ETC Bollywood Business Award: Highest Grossing Actor (male) Award for Dhoom 3.[69]
  • 2014 - ETC Bollywood Business Award: Most Profitable Actor Award for Dhoom 3.
  • 2014 - Star Box Office India Award: Actor Of The Year(Male) for Dhoom 3.[70]
  • 2015 - ETC Bollywood Business Award: Highest Grossing Actor (male) Award for PK.[71]
  • 2017 - Creative Maverick Award by GQ India.[72][73]

Honours and recognitions

See also

Notes

  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.

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