List of awards and nominations received by Akshay Kumar

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Akshay Kumar

Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia aka Akshay Kumar is an Indian actor, producer and television personality. Kumar was awarded with the National Film Award for Best Actor for his marvellous performance in Airlift Rustom in 2017. He has been nominated for the Filmfare Awards several times, winning it two times. In 2008, he won the Screen Award for Best Actor (Popular Choice) for his performance in Singh Is Kinng and in 2009 he was nominated for Asian Film Award for Best Actor. In 2008, 2011, 2013 and 2016, he won the Stardust Award for Star of the Year – Male.

In 2008, the University of Windsor conferred an Honorary Doctorate of Law on Kumar in recognition of his contribution to the cinema of India. The following year he was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India. In 2011, The Asian Awards honoured Kumar for his outstanding achievement in Indian cinema.[1][2]

Civilian award[edit]

Honorary Doctorate[edit]

National Honour[edit]

  • 2004 – Rajiv Gandhi Award for his Outstanding achievements in Bollywood.[5]
  • 2009 – IIFA-FICCI Frames, "Most Powerful Entertainer of the Decade Award" for his contribution to Indian cinema. [6][7]
  • 2017 National award of Best actor for Rustom...

The Asian Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2011 Outstanding Achievement in Cinema Won [8]

Asian Film Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2009 Asian Film Award for Best Actor Singh Is Kinng Nominated [9]

National Film Awards[edit]

The National Film Awards is 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 the equivalent of the Academy Awards.[10]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2017 National Film Award for Best Actor Airlift and Rustom Won [11]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
1995 Best Actor Yeh Dillagi Nominated [12]
1998 Best Supporting Actor Dil To Pagal Hai Nominated [13]
2002 Best Villain Ajnabee Won [14]
2005 Best Supporting Actor Khakee Nominated [15]
2005 Best Comedian Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Nominated [16]
2005 Best Supporting Actor Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Nominated [15]
2006 Best Comedian Garam Masala Won [14]
2008 Best Actor Namastey London Nominated [17]
2009 Best Actor Singh Is Kinng Nominated [18]
2013 Best Supporting Actor OMG: Oh My God! Nominated [19]
2015 Best Actor Holiday Nominated [20]

Screen Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2005 Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Nominated [21]
2009 Screen Award for Best Actor (Popular Choice) Singh Is Kinng Won [22]

IIFA Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2000 IIFA Best Actor Award Dhadkan Nominated [23]
2002 IIFA Best Villain Award Ajnabee Won [24]
2005 IIFA Best Comedian Award Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Won [25]
2006 IIFA Best Comedian Award Garam Masala Nominated [26]
2008 IIFA Special Award from the host country, Thailand Won [27]
2008 IIFA Best Actor Award Bhool Bhulaiyaa Nominated [28]
2009 IIFA Star of the Decade – Male Nominated [29]
2013 IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor OMG: Oh My God! Nominated [30]

Stardust Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2005 Best Actor in a Comic Role Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Nominated [31]
2008 Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male Heyy Babyy & Namastey London Won [32]
2009 Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male Singh Is Kinng Nominated [33]
2009 Stardust Readers Choice Best Film Award Singh Is Kinng (shared with Vipul Amrutlal Shah) Won [34]
2010 Best Actor – Popular Award – Male Blue Won [35]
2010 Best Actor – Searchlight Award – Male 8 x 10 Tasveer Won [35]
2010 Best Actor In A Comedy Role De Dana Dan Nominated [36]
2011 Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Romance Housefull and Tees Maar Khan Won [37]
2011 Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male Housefull and Tees Maar Khan Won [37]
2012 Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Romance Desi Boyz Won [38]
2013 Stardust Best Actor – Action/Thriller Rowdy Rathore and Khiladi 786 Won [39]
2013 Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male "Housefull 2", Rowdy Rathore and OMG: Oh My God! Won
2016 Stardust Star of the Year Award - Male Baby Won

Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2013 Best Actor Rowdy Rathore Won [40]

BIG Star Entertainment Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2012 Most Entertaining Actor in an Action Thriller Role – Male Rowdy Rathore Won [41]
2012 Complete Entertainer of the Year – Male Won [41]
2012 Most Entertaining Social Film OMG: Oh My God! Won [42]
2012 Most Entertaining Actor in an Action Role Rowdy Rathore Won [42]
2013 BIG Star Most Entertaining Actor in an Action Film - Male Boss Nominated [43]
2013 BIG Star Most Entertaining Actor in a Thriller Film - Male Special 26 Nominated [43]
2013 BIG Star Most Entertaining Actor (Film) - Male Special 26 Nominated [43]
2015 Most Entertaining Film Actor – Male Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty Nominated [44]

Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2008 Best Entertainer of the Year 2007 Won [45][46]
2015 Special Award Completing 25 years in the industry Won [47]

Zee Cine Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2008 Zee Cine Award for Best Actor – Male Namastey London Nominated [48]
2011 Zee Cine Award for Best Actor – Male Housefull Nominated [49]
2012 Male International Icon Nominated [50]
2014 Zee Cine Award For Best Actor in a Negative Role – Male "Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara" Nominated [51]

Star Box Office Awards[edit]

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

Year Category For Result Ref.
2014 Box Office 1000 Crore Club Hero Won [52]
2014 Mr.Box Office Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty Nominated [52]
2014 Mr Money Bag Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty Nominated [52]

Indian Television Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2009 Radio Mirchi Presents Best Television Personality Won [53]

'Hello! Hall Of Fame' Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2010 Stylish Couple Of The Year Award (along with Twinkle Khanna) Won [54]

Star's Sabsey Favourite Awards[edit]

Year Category For Result Ref.
2009 Actor of the Year Won [55]
2010 Actor of the Year Won [56]

Other awards[edit]

  • 2002 – Sansui Viewers' Choice Movie Awards: Best Actor in a Villainous role for Ajnabee[57]
  • 2003 – Bollywood Fashion Awards: Celebrity Style Male[58]
  • 2006 – Bollywood People's Choice Awards: Best Comic Performance Garam Masala[59]
  • 2006 – Best Action Actor at AXN Action Awards[60]
  • 2010 – Best Action Actor in a Negative Role at AXN Action Awards Blue[60]
  • 2008 – Asia's Sexiest Man Alive [61]
  • 2015 – Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards: Most Glamorous Star (Male).[62]
  • 2015 – GQ Awards: Ulitimate Man Of The Year Award.[63]

Honours and recognitions[edit]

  • 2008 – Named "Sexiest Man Alive" by People (India) magazine.[64]
  • 2009 – He was awarded the highest Japanese honour of "Katana" and a sixth degree Black Belt in Kuyukai Gojuryu Karate.[65]
  • 2009 – He was one of the 15 international celebrities invited for the Olympics torch-bearer rally to Canada.[66]
  • 2012 – He inaugurated the 43rd International Film festival of India in Goa.[67]
  • 2013 – Named "Reader's Choice Style Icon".[68][69]

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