5th IIFA Awards

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5th IIFA Awards
Date20 May 2004 (2004-05-20)
22 May 2004 (2004-05-22)
SiteSingapore Indoor Stadium
Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore
Hosted by
Best PictureKal Ho Naa Ho
Best DirectionRakesh Roshan
(Koi... Mil Gaya)
Best ActorHrithik Roshan
(Koi... Mil Gaya)
Best ActressPreity Zinta
(Kal Ho Naa Ho)
Most awardsKal Ho Naa Ho (13)
Most nominationsKal Ho Naa Ho (17)
Television coverage
ChannelStar Plus
NetworkSTAR TV

The 2004 IIFA Awards, officially known as the 5th International Indian Film Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the International Indian Film Academy honored the best films of 2003 and took place between 20 and 22 May 2004. This year, the city of Singapore played host to the Indian Film Industry. The tag line of this year's IIFA Awards was Uniquely IIFA, Uniquely Singapore ....

The official ceremony took place on 22 May 2004, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, in Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore. During the ceremony, IIFA Awards were awarded in 27 competitive categories. The ceremony was televised in India and internationally on Star Plus. Actors Rahul Khanna hosted the ceremony.

The weekend began with the IIFA Inaugural Press Conference. This was followed by an IIFA Foundation Celebrity Football Match, which was held at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore. The team lineup comprised the glitterati of Indian Cinema and Singapore's football fraternity.[1]

The next event which was held during this three-day extravaganza was the IIFA Forum. The topics discussed upon were 'Globalisation of Indian Cinema' and 'Co-Production between India and Singapore'. Singapore also witnessed the IIFA World Premiere which screened Mani Ratnam's Yuva, in Hindi and Aaytha Ezhuthu in Tamil.

Kal Ho Naa Ho led the ceremony with 17 nominations, followed by Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. with 12 nominations and Koi... Mil Gaya with 11 nominations.

Kal Ho Naa Ho won 13 awards, including Best Film, Best Actress (for Preity Zinta), Best Supporting Actor (for Saif Ali Khan) and Best Supporting Actress (for Jaya Bachchan), thus becoming the most-awarded film at the ceremony.

Other multiple awards winners included Koi... Mil Gaya with 5 awards, Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. with 4 awards and Ishq Vishk with 2 awards.

In addition, movies receiving a single award included LOC Kargil for (Best Sound Re-Recording), Jism for (Best Female Playback Singer) and Janasheen for (Best Villain).

Preity Zinta received dual nominations for Best Actress for her performances in Kal Ho Naa Ho and Koi... Mil Gaya, winning for the former, her first and only win in the category.


The awards began in 2000 and the first ceremony was held in London at The Millennium Dome. From then on the awards were held at locations around the world signifying the international success of Bollywood. The next award ceremony was announced to be held in Amsterdam Arena Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2005.[2]

Singapore also hosted the 2012 IIFA Awards.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[1]


Popular awards[edit]

[1] [3]

Shah Rukh Khan (Best Actor)
Best Picture Best Director
Best Performance In A Leading Role - Male Best Performance In A Leading Role - Female

** Hrithik Roshan – Koi... Mil Gaya as Rohit Mehra

Best Performance In A Supporting Role - Male Best Performance In A Supporting Role - Female
Best Performance In A Comic Role Best Performance In A Negative Role
Best Debut - Male Best Debut - Female

Musical awards[edit]

Best Music Director Best Lyrics
Best Male Playback Singer Best Female Playback Singer
Best Song Recording Best Background score

Backstage awards[edit]

Best Story Best Screenplay
Best Dialogue

Technical awards[edit]

Best Cinematographer Best Choreography
Best Costume Design Best Editing
Best Makeup Best Sound Recording
Best Sound Re-Recording Best Special Effects

Special awards[edit]


Outstanding Contribution to Indian Cinema[edit]

Outstanding Achievement In Indian Cinema[edit]

Samsung Diva[edit]

Samsung Style Icon[edit]

Sony face of the year – Male[edit]

Sony face of the year – Female[edit]

Multiple nominations and awards[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d ":: Welcome To International Indian Film Academy::". Iifa.com. Archived from the original on 28 July 2012. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
  2. ^ "Showcase: IIFA 2005 – Amsterdam". IIFA. Archived from the original on 7 March 2012. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
  3. ^ Kay, Jeremy (2 April 2004). "Kal Ho Naa Ho leads IIFA nominees". Screen Daily. Retrieved 11 October 2018.

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