List of awards and nominations received by Madhuri Dixit

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Madhuri Dixit awards and nominations
Madhuri Dixit in R City Mall.jpg
Dixit at an event in 2013
Totals
Awards won43
Nominations62
References

Madhuri Dixit is an Indian film actress who appears in Bollywood films.[1][2] She made her acting debut in Abodh (1984). Though the film failed commercially, Dixit continued acting in films and attained commercial success with Tezaab in 1988.[2] The film earned her a Best Actress nomination at the 34th Filmfare Awards. Dixit starred in the 1990 romantic drama Dil, the biggest hit of the year and it won her a Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[1]

She starred in a string of commercial successes and portrayed a variety of characters —fan of a poet in Saajan (1991), a defiant daughter-in-law in Beta (1992), a determined police woman in Khalnayak (1993) and an avenging widow in Anjaam (1994)—all of them earning her nominations at the Filmfare awards, and winning her second trophy for Beta.[1][2] Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! earned her a third Filmfare Best Actress award, as well as Screen Award for Best Actress.[2]

Raja and Yaraana—both earned her Filmfare nominations and Screen Award wins.[2] The following year, she was honoured with the Kalabhinetri award by the Government of Andhra Pradesh, as well as the Smita Patil Memorial Award, for her contribution to the film industry.[3][4] In 1997, Dixit starred in the box-office hit Dil To Pagal Hai, which earned her another Filmfare Award for Best Actress and a Zee Cine Award.[1] In the 2000s, she starred in Pukar (2000), Lajja (2001) and Devdas (2002), all of them earned her Filmfare nominations, the latter earning a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 2003, she took a hiatus from acting and moved to Colorado.[1]

Dixit returned to film acting with Aaja Nachle (2007) and then starred in Dedh Ishqiya (2014) both earning her Filmfare Best Actress Award nominations.[1] In 2008, she was honoured with the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award, by the Government of India.[5] Dixit is considered one of the most popular and influential female stars of the Indian film industry and was listed by Forbes magazine in 2001 as the top-five highest paid Hindi film actors, till then.[6] Dixit has also received achievement awards from a number of organizations; a Filmfare Special Award for completing 25 years in the Indian film industry and other recognitions including the Master Deenanath Mangeshkar Vishesh Award, the Platinum Diva Award, Raj Kapoor Special Contribution Award and the Vogue Beauty Awards for her contributions to art and cinema.

Major award ceremonies[edit]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

The Filmfare Awards are presented annually by The Times Group and Filmfare magazine 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 and most prominent film events given for Hindi films in India.[7][8][9] Dixit has received sixteen nominations in the Filmfare Awards and has won six awards, including four in the Best Actress category and one in the Best Supporting Actress category.[10][11] She has the record of receiving most nominations in the Filmfare Awards, with fourteen in the Best Actress category, and two nominations in the Best Supporting Actress category.[12] In 2011, Dixit was awarded the Filmfare Special Award for completing twenty-five years in the Indian film industry.[13][14]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1989 Best Actress Tezaab Nominated
1990 Best Actress Prem Pratigyaa Nominated
1991 Best Actress Dil Won
1992 Best Actress Saajan Nominated
1993 Best Actress Beta Won
1994 Best Actress Khalnayak Nominated
1995 Best Actress Anjaam Nominated
Best Actress Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! Won
1996 Best Actress Raja Nominated
Best Actress Yaraana Nominated
1998 Best Actress Dil To Pagal Hai Won
2001 Best Actress Pukar Nominated
2002 Best Supporting Actress Lajja Nominated
2003 Best Supporting Actress Devdas Won
2008 Best Actress Aaja Nachle Nominated
2015 Best Actress Dedh Ishqiya Nominated
2011 Filmfare Special Award Overall contribution Won

International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit]

The International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA Awards) are presented annually by the International Indian Film Academy to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in Bollywood, the Hindi language film industry.[15] Dixit has received two nominations in the Best Actress category.[16][17]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2001 Best Actress Pukar Nominated
2003 Devdas Nominated

Sansui Viewer's Choice Awards[edit]

The Sansui Viewer's Choice Awards was an annual awards ceremony presented to the Bollywood film industry, which were boycotted by Shah Rukh Khan in 2005,[18] now no longer held. Dixit has won two awards.

Year Category Nominated work Result
1997 Best Actor – Female Dil To Pagal Hai Won
1998 Mrityudand Won

Screen Awards[edit]

The Screen Awards is the only award ceremony in India to be involved with the Executive Director and the Governor of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). They are presented annually to honor professional excellence in the Hindi language film industry of India.[19][20] Dixit has won three awards out of four nominations in the Best Actress category and one award in the Best Supporting Actress category. Overall, Dixit has won four awards out of five nominations.[21]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1995 Best Actress Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! Won
1996 Raja Won
1998 Mrityudand Won
2001 Pukar Nominated
2003 Best Supporting Actress Devdas Won
2015 Best Actor (Female) in a Negative Role Dedh Ishqiya Nominated

Stardust Awards[edit]

The Stardust Awards is an award ceremony presented annually by Stardust magazine, honoring the best films, actors and technical categories of the year for Bollywood.[22] In 2008, Dixit received a nomination in the Star of the Year – Female category.[23]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2008 Star of the Year – Female Aaja Nachle Nominated
2014 Stardust Award for Best Actress in a Drama Dedh Ishqiya Nominated

Zee Cine Awards[edit]

The Zee Cine Awards is an award ceremony for the Hindi film industry, where the awards are chosen by votes from the viewers.[24] Dixit has received four nominations including three nominations in the Best Actor – Female category and one nomination in the Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Female category.[25]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1998 Best Actor – Female Dil To Pagal Hai Won
2000 Pukar Nominated
2002 Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Female Lajja Won
2003 Best Actor – Female Devdas Nominated

Other awards[edit]

Giants International Awards[edit]

The Giants International Awards are given on 17 September of each year to recognize the achievements in various fields like Medicine, Selfless service to the poor, Excellence in art and cultural activities etc. In 2011, Dixit was given the Giants International Award.[26]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2011 Giants International Award Cinematic Achievement Won

India's Top Movie Stars[edit]

In 2001, Forbes magazine listed out the top five most powerful Indian film stars, where Dixit was given the fifth rank.[6] The power rankings in Forbes were based on a proprietary formula weighing salary, number of press clips returned on computer research service LexisNexis, and by gauging popularity from searches on Dow Jones Interactive and Google.com.[6]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2001 Forbes India's Top Movie Stars Overall Contribution Won

International Film Festival of India[edit]

The International Film Festival of India (IFFI), founded in 1952, is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia and is held annually in the beach town of Goa, in the western coast of India.[27][28] At the 42nd ceremony in 2011, Dixit was honored with a memento during the inauguration ceremony.[29]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2011 International Film Festival of India Special Memento Overall contribution Won

Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles[edit]

In 2008, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) paid a tribute to Dixit, by screening of her films Mrityudand and Dil To Pagal Hai.[30]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2008 IFFLA Tribute Dil To Pagal Hai Won

Lokmat Maharashtrian Of The Year Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2018 Bucket List Best Actress Nominated

Lux Golden Rose Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2017 N/A Timeless Beauty Won
2018 Bucket List Charismatic Beauty Of The Year [31] Won

Master Deenanath Mangeshkar Vishesh Awards[edit]

The Deenanath Vishesh Awards are presented each year in memory of Indian singer Lata Mangeshkar's late father, Master Deenanath Mangeshkar.[32] In 2012, Dixit was honoured with the Vishesh Award for her contribution to Indian Cinema; the award presented by Mangeshkar herself.[33]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2012 Master Dinanath Mangeshkar Vishesh Award Overall contribution Won

National Citizen Awards[edit]

The National Citizen Award was introduced in 1987, to honor and recognize excellence in various activities affecting the nation of India.[34] In 2001, Dixit was honored with the National Citizen Award for contribution to Indian cinema.[34]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2001 National Citizen Award Overall Contribution Won

Platinum Diva Award[edit]

The Platinum Diva Award is presented at Planman Media's Power Brands Hall of Fame awards. The awards constitute of a gamut of the most powerful brands of India, chosen by the Indian consumer through a pan Indian research, conducted by the Indian Council of Market Research.[35] In 2012, Dixit was awarded the Platinum Diva Award in recognition of her brilliance in the field of acting.[36]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2012 Platinum Diva Award Overall contribution Won

Raj Kapoor Special Contribution Award[edit]

The Raj Kapoor Special Contribution Award is given by the Government of Maharashtra for "Incomparable contribution made to the Hindi cinema".[37] In 2012, Dixit was honoured with the award, which constituted of a cash prize of 200,000, a citation and a memento.[37]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2012 Raj Kapoor Special Contribution Award Overall Contribution Won

Smita Patil Memorial Awards[edit]

The Smita Patil Memorial Award is a biennial award, introduced in 1985 by Priyadarshni Academy to recognise an actress' contribution to the film industry.[38] In 1996, Dixit was honored with the Smita Patil Memorial Award at the Priyadarshni Academy's 12th Anniversary Global Awards Function on 19 September 1996.[4]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1996 Smita Patil Memorial Award Overall Contribution Won

Star Foundation Network Awards[edit]

The Star Foundation Network is a charitable organisation that provides people an opportunity to buy a star in the sky and gift it to anyone they want.[39] In 2012, The Network honored Dixit by naming a star in the Orion constellation named after her. The award was initiated by Dixit's fan website, who made the effort and co-ordinated with the Star Foundation to get her the honor.[39]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2012 Star Foundation Celestial Star Overall Contribution Won

Vogue Beauty Awards[edit]

In 2011, Dixit was honored by Vogue magazine, with the Bollywood Beauty Legend Award at the Vogue Beauty Awards.[40]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2011 Vogue Bollywood Beauty Legend Award Overall Contribution Won

Civilian Awards[edit]

Special honours[edit]

  • 1997 – Kalabhinetri Award by the Government of Andhra Pradesh[43]
  • 2007 - On Women's International Day, Dixit topped Rediff's list of the Best Bollywood Actresses Ever.[44]
  • 2008 - She was given a tribute at the Indian Film Festival in Los Angeles.[45]
  • 2010 - The Economic Times featured her in the list of 33 women who made India proud.[46]
  • 2011 - Rediff.com listed her in the top 10 Readers Choice: The Greatest Actresses of all time.[47]
  • 2012 - Timeless Icon Award at the HELLO! Hall of Fame Awards
  • 2013 - Lacchu Maharaj Award[48]
  • 2013 - Honoured the Most Inspirational Female Bollywood Icon at Bradford Inspirational Women Awards (BIWA)[49]
  • 2013 - Outstanding Contribution to the Entertainment Industry at the CNBC-TV18 India Business Leader Awards[50]
  • 2014 - Mirchi Queen of Hearts at The Royal Stag Mirchi Music Awards
  • 2015 - Honoured by Marrakech Film Festival for Contribution to the Entertainment Industry
  • 2015 - Inspiring Icon of India from Sathyabama University
  • 2015 - Timeless Glamour and Style Icon (Female) at the Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards
  • 2016 - Icon of India at Asiavision Awards
  • 2018 - Mrs India at Femina Miss India[51]

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