List of awards and nominations received by A. R. Rahman

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List of awards won by A. R. Rahman
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A. R. Rahman at his residence in Chennai after bagging two Academy Awards for his work in Slumdog Millionaire
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 117 138
Footnotes

A. R. Rahman is an Indian composer, singer and songwriter. Described by Time as "the world's most prolific and popular composer",[1] he is has provided musical scores predominantly for Tamil and Hindi films apart from a few films in other regional film industries of India and international productions. Rahman started his career by composing musical scores for documentaries, advertisements and Television channels. He made his debut as a film composer through Roja after being approached by its director Mani Ratnam. The soundtrack became popular upon release, which led to him winning the National Film Award for Best Music Direction at the 41st National Film Awards, the first time for a debutant.[a] As of 2014, Rahman has garnered four National Film Awards, 15 Filmfare Awards and 13 Filmfare Awards South, a record for an Indian composer.


Awards[edit]

Honorary[edit]

music

National[edit]

Film awards[edit]

Government[edit]
Private[edit]
  • Film Fans' Award
    • 1993 - Best Music (Tamil) - Roja
    • 1994 - Best Music (Tamil) - Gentleman
    • 1995 - Best Music (Tamil) - Kadhalan
    • 1996 - Best Music (Tamil) - Bombay
  • Kalasaagar Award
    • 1993 - Best Music (Tamil) - Roja
    • 1994 - Best Music (Tamil) - Gentleman
    • 1995 - Best Music (Tamil) - Kadhalan
    • 1996 - Best Music (Tamil) - Bombay
  • Sangeet Awards
  • V. Shantaram Award

Other awards[edit]

  • Planet-Bollywood People's Choice Awards
  • SuMu Music Awards
    • 1993: R. D. Burman Award for Best New Composer [4]

International[edit]

Film awards[edit]

Other awards[edit]

Nominations[edit]

National[edit]

  • Zee Cine Awards
    • 2005 - Best Music Direction - Swades
    • 2005 - Best Background Score - Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities
    • 2011 - Best Background Score - Raavan

International[edit]

Longlisted[edit]

This section refers to awards where Rahman has been considered for a nomination but has not been nominated.

Top lists[edit]

Rahman's songs and soundtracks have been included in the following top lists:

Other achievements[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Rahman was tied with Ilaiyaraaja before Balu Mahendra, the chairman of the jury decided to vote in favour of Rahman.[2]

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