List of awards and nominations received by Kamal Haasan

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Kamal Haasan awards and nominations
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Kamal Haasan at an event organised by FICCI
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 56 66

Kamal Haasan is an Indian film actor, who works mainly in the Tamil film industry. Considered to be one of the finest method actors of Indian cinema,[1][2] he received the President's Gold Medal at the age of six for acting in his debut film Kalathur Kannamma.[2][3] As of 2013, Haasan has won four National Film Awards,[4] two Filmfare Awards and a record 17 Filmfare Awards South.[5] After his last Filmfare award for Hey Ram in 2000, he wrote to the organisation requesting not to award him further.[6] Haasan received his first National Film Award for Best Actor in 1983 for Moondram Pirai in which he played the role of a school teacher who looks after a girl suffering from amnesia. In 1988 he secured his second National Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in Mani Ratnam's Nayagan, which was ranked by Time magazine as one of the "Top-100 best films" of all time.[7] In 1997, Haasan received his third National Film Award for Best Actor in Indian,[2] in which he portrayed the role of a freedom fighter who tries to drive out corruption from the country.

Seven of the films that Haasan has been featured were submitted by India to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, the most films ever submitted for any actor in India.[2][8] Apart from his acting career he has also worked as a director, screenwriter, playback singer and lyricist.[9] He owns a film production company, Rajkamal International, named after his mother, which produces several of his films.[10] In 2009, he became one of the few actors in India to have completed 50 years in Indian cinema.[2][11]

Haasan has been honoured at a few International film festivals. Films like Hey Ram and Virumaandi, both directed by him were screened at several film festivals. Hey Ram was showcased under the category "Director in Focus" at the Rotterdam Film Festival and Virumaandi was awarded the Best Film at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.

Civilian honours[edit]

Kamal Haasan has been a recipient of Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan, the fourth and third highest civilian honours awarded by the Government of India respectively.[12]

Year Award Honouring body Outcome Ref
1990 Padma Shri Government of India Won [13][14]
2014 Padma Bhushan Government of India Won [15][16]
2016 Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Chevalier) Government of France Won [17]

Industry, media and government recognition[edit]

CNN IBN[edit]

The CNN IBN television network honoured Haasan with the title "Indian of the Year" in 2010 for completing 50 years in the film industry.[18][19]

Year Award Honouring body Outcome Ref
2010 CNN-IBN Indian of the Year CNN-IBN Won [20]

FICCI Living Legend[edit]

The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) funds and supports many governmental and non-governmental educational institutions across the country.[21]

Year Award Honouring body Outcome Ref
2009 FICCI Living Legend Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry Won [22]

Abraham Kovoor National Award[edit]

Kamal Haasan was awarded the Abraham Kovoor National Award by the Kerala Yukthivadi Sangham for his Philanthropic activities.

Year Award Honouring body Outcome Ref
2004 Abraham Kovoor National Award for Humanist Activities Kerala Yukthivadi Sangham Won [23]

Government awards[edit]

The Government of Tamil Nadu honoured Haasan with the Kalaimamani in 1980 for his contribution to the Tamil film industry. In 2010 Haasan was honoured by the Government of Kerala upon his completion of 50 years in Indian cinema.

Year Award Honouring body Outcome Ref
1980 Kalaimamani Government of Tamil Nadu Won [24]
2010 Honorary Award Government of Kerala Won [25]
2010 Special Achievement Award United Progressive Alliance Won [11]

Film awards[edit]

IIFA Utsavam Awards[edit]

Year Artist/Work Category Outcome
2015 Uttama Villain Best Actor Nominated[26]
2015 Papanasam Best Actor Nominated[27]

Asianet Film Awards[edit]

The Asianet Film Awards are presented by Asianet, a Malayalam language television channel in the Indian state of Kerala. The award ceremony has been held annually since 1998.[28]

Year Artist Category Outcome Ref
2009 Kamal Haasan Special Jury Award Won [29]
2013 Kamal Haasan Popular Tamil Actor Won

Filmfare Awards[edit]

The Filmfare Awards are presented by The Times Group to honour artistic as well as technical skills of artists in the Hindi film industry of India. The award was established in 1954.[30] Haasan has been awarded twice out of six nominations.

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
1981 Ek Duuje Ke Liye Best Actor Nominated [31]
1983 Sadma Best Actor Nominated [32]
1985 Saagar Best Actor Won [33]
Best Supporting Actor Nominated [34]
1997 Virasat Best Story Won [35]
Chachi 420 Best Actor Nominated [36]

Filmfare Awards South[edit]

The Filmfare Awards South is a segment of Filmfare Awards, which is given to the South Indian film industry, that consists of the Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada film industries.[37] Haasan is the only actor awarded the most number of times and across all languages.

Year Film Language Category Outcome Ref
1974 Kanyakumari Malayalam Best Actor Won [38]
1975 Apoorva Raagangal Tamil Best Actor Won [39]
1976 Oru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu Best Actor Won [39]
1977 16 Vayadhinile Best Actor Won [40]
1978 Sigappu Rojakal Best Actor Won [40]
Yaetta Malayalam Best Actor Won [37]
1981 Raja Paarvai Tamil Best Actor Won [38]
Aakali Rajyam Telugu Best Actor Won [37]
1983 Sagara Sangamam Best Actor Won [37]
1987 Pushpak Kannada Best Actor Won [2]
1989 Apoorva Sagodharargal Tamil Best Film Won [37]
Indrudu Chandrudu Telugu Best Actor Won [37]
1991 Guna Tamil Best Actor Won [41]
1992 Thevar Magan Best Actor Won [37]
1995 Kuruthipunal Best Actor Won [37]
1996 Indian Best Actor Won [37]
2000 Hey Ram Best Actor Won [37]
2001 Aalavandhan Best Actor Nominated [42]
2003 Anbe Sivam Best Actor Nominated
2008 Dasavathaaram Best Actor Nominated [43]
2009 Unnaipol Oruvan Best Actor Nominated [44]
Eeenadu Telugu Best Actor Nominated [45]
2013 Vishwaroopam Tamil Best Actor Nominated [46]
Best Director Nominated
2015 Papanasam Tamil Best Actor Nominated [47]

Nandi Awards[edit]

The Nandi Awards are presented by the Government of Andhra Pradesh for honouring artistic skills in Telugu cinema. Haasan won the award three times, all during the 1980s.[48]

Year Film Language Category Outcome Ref
1983 Saagara Sangamam Telugu Best Actor Won [37]
1986 Swathi Muthyam Best Actor Won [37]
1989 Indrudu Chandrudu Best Actor Won [37]

National Film Awards[edit]

The National Film Awards, established in 1954, are the most prominent awards for films in India, administered by the Directorate of Film Festivals since 1973.[49] Haasan is the actor with the most awards in the country.

Year Film Language Category Outcome Ref
1983 Moondram Pirai Tamil Best Actor Won [50]
1988 Nayagan Best Actor Won [51]
1993 Thevar Magan Best Regional Film – Tamil
(Producer)
Won [3]
1997 Indian Best Actor Won [5]

Rashtrapathi Awards[edit]

The Rashtrapati Awards are given by the President of India for achievements made in the field of Sports, Arts, Military, Literature, Cinema, Culture, Science and Technology.

Year Film Language Category Outcome Ref
1960 Kalathur Kannamma Tamil Best Child Artist Won [3]

Star Screen Awards[edit]

The Star Screen Awards were introduced by Screen Weekly in 1994 to honour artists and technicians of the Hindi film industry for artistic talents and technical excellence.[52]

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
1997 Virasat Best Story Writer Won [53]

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards[edit]

The Tamil Nadu State Film Awards are the most important awards given for Tamil films. They are given annually by the Government of Tamil Nadu. The winners are selected by a jury headed by a chairman. Haasan is a nine time winner of the awards, out of which eight come under the "Best Actor" category.

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
1977 16 Vayathinile Best Actor Won [54]
1980 Varumayin Niram Sivappu Best Actor Won [54]
1982 Moondram Pirai Best Actor Won [54]
1989 Apoorva Sagodharargal Best Actor Won [54]
1992 Thevar Magan Best Actor Won [54]
Second Best Film Won [54]
1996 Indian Best Actor Won [54][55]
2006 Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu Best Actor Won [56]
2008 Dasavathaaram Best Actor Won [57]

Vijay Awards[edit]

The Vijay Awards are presented by STAR Vijay, a Tamil television channel to honour artists in Tamil cinema. The awards were established in 2006. Haasan is the most frequent winner to date.[58]

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
2006 Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan Award for Excellence in Indian Cinema Won [59]
2008 Dasavathaaram Most Popular Hero of the Year Won [60]
Best Villain Award Won [60]
Best Comedian Award Won [60]
Best Story-Screenplay Writer Award Won [60]
2011 Manmadan Ambu Vijay Award for Best Playback Singer by an Actor Award Won [60]
2013 Vishwaroopam Vijay Award for Best Actor Won [60]
Vijay Award for Favourite Director Won [60]

V. Shantaram Awards[edit]

The V. Shantaram Award was instituted by the Government of Maharashtra and named after V. Shantaram, a filmmaker from India. The awards honour films at the national level.[61] Haasan has won one award out of two nominations.

Year Film Language Category Outcome Ref
2002 Pammal K. Sambandam Tamil Best Actor – Special Jury Won [62][63]
2008 Dasavathaaram Best Actor Nominated [64]

Zee Cine Awards[edit]

The Zee Cine Awards, instituted by the Zee Network honours artists of the Hindi film industry.[65]

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
1997 Chachi 420 Best Actor in a Comic Role Won [66]

International Film Festival Awards[edit]

International Film Festival of Los Angeles Independent Film Festival[edit]

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
2015 Uttama Villain Best Film Won [67]
Best Actor Won

International Film Festival of Korea[edit]

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
2004 Virumaandi Director in Focus Won [67]

International Film Festival Rotterdam[edit]

Year Film Category Outcome Ref
2000 Hey Ram Director in Focus Won [67]

Mumbai International Film Festival[edit]

Year Ceremony Category Outcome Ref
2013 15th Mumbai International Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award Won [68]

Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival[edit]

Year Film Language Category Outcome Ref
2004 Virumaandi Tamil Best Film Won [67]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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References[edit]

  • Film News, Anandan (2004). Sadhanaigal padaitha Tamil Thiraipada Varalaaru (Tamil Film History and Its Achievements) (in Tamil). Chennai: Sivagami Publications. 
  • The Times of India directory and year book including who's who. The Times of India. 1984. 

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