List of awards and nominations received by Mohanlal

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Mohanlal wearing a black T-shirt looking sideways with his hands crossed and a small smile in his face
Mohanlal in 2015

Mohanlal is an Indian actor, playback singer and producer who predominantly works in Malayalam cinema and has acted in over 340 films. He has won five National Film Awards, nine Kerala State Film Awards and nine Filmfare Awards South, one Nandi Awards, one International Indian Film Academy Awards, two Screen Awards, two South Indian International Movie Awards, and eight Kerala Film Critics Association Awards and has received numerous other awards for acting. Mohanlal began his career in 1978 as an antagonist in the romance film Manjil Virinja Pookkal. After appearing in several of such roles, he established himself as a leading actor in the mid 1980s. In 1986, he starred in the comedy drama T. P. Balagopalan M. A., for which he won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor. He also received a Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam that same year for his performance in the comedy drama Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam. Two years later, his role in the drama film Kireedam (1989) earned him a National Film Awards Special Jury Mention. In 1991, he produced and starred in the musical film Bharatham, which earned him the National Film Award for Best Actor. Forbes India classified his role in the film in the "25 Greatest Acting Performances in Indian Cinema" compiled on the centenary of Indian film industry in 2013. Four of his films released in 1997—Chandralekha, Guru, Oru Yathramozhi, and Aaraam Thampuran garnered him the Screen Awards South for Best Actor.

He co-produced and starred in the drama film Vanaprastham (1999), his role of a Kathakali artist garnered him the National Film Award for Best Actor and Filmfare Awards South, Kerala State Film Award, and Kerala Film Critics Association Awards for the same category. Mohanlal was nominated for a Filmfare Award for his Bollywood debut Company (2002), his performance in the crime drama earned him an International Indian Film Academy Awards and a Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor. He portrayed a patient suffering from Alzheimer's disease in the 2005 drama film Thanmathra for which he won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor and a Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam. Mohanlal portrayed an ageing bedridden man in the 2011 romantic drama Pranayam. His role won him the South Indian International Movie Awards for Best actor and other awards including Asianet Film Awards, Kerala Film Critics Association Awards, Mathrubhumi Film Awards, and Vanitha Film Awards. In 2013, he starred in the thriller film Drishyam, for which he won the Kerala Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actor

In addition to awards for acting, the Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri (2001), the fourth highest civilian award for his contributions to arts and he was given the honorary rank of Lieutenant colonel from Indian Territorial Army in 2009. He was awarded the honorary Doctor of Letters from the Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit (2010) and from the University of Calicut (2018), as well as a number of other recognitions.[1]

Titles and honours[edit]

Year Honour Honouring body Ref(s)
2001 Padma Shri Government of India
[2]
2009 Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Indian Territorial Army
[3]
2010 Honorary Doctor of Letters (D.Litt.) Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
[4]
2003 IMA Award Indian Medical Association
[5]
2013 Honorary Black Belt in Taekwondo World Taekwondo Headquarters, South Korea
[6]
2018 Honorary Doctor of Letters (D.Litt.) University of Calicut
[7]

National Film Awards[edit]

Mohanlal has received Five National Film Awards, The Awards established in 1954, are the most prominent awards for films in India, administered by the Directorate of Film Festivals since 1973.

Year Nominated work Language Category Outcome Ref(s)
1989 Kireedam Malayalam Special Jury Mention Won
[8]
1991 Bharatham Malayalam Best Actor Won
[9]
1999 Vanaprastham Malayalam Best Actor Won
[10]
1999 Vanaprastham Malayalam Best Feature Film (producer) Won
[11]
2016  • Janatha Garage
 • Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol
 • Pulimurugan
 • Telugu
 • Malayalam
 • Malayalam
Special Jury Award Won
[12]

Kerala State Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
1986 T. P. Balagopalan M.A. Best Actor Won
[13]
1988 Padamudra, Chithram, Ulsavapittennu, Aryan, Vellanakalude Nadu Special Jury Award (as actor) Won
[13]
1991 Abhimanyu, Kilukkam, Ulladakkam Best Actor Won
[14]
1991 Bharatham Second Best Film (as producer) Won
[14]
1995 Spadikam, Kaalapani Best Actor Won
[14]
1995 Kaalapani Second Best Film (as producer) Won
[14]
1999 Vanaprastham Best Actor Won
[14]
2005 Thanmathra Best Actor Won
[15]
2007 Paradesi Best Actor Won
[15]

Nandi Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2016 Janatha Garage Best Supporting Actor Won
[16]

International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2002 Company Best Performance in Supporting Role Won
[17]

South Indian International Movie Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2011 Pranayam Best Actor Won
[18]
2012 Run Baby Run Best Singer Nominated
2012 Spirit Best Actor Won
[19]
2013 Drishyam Best Actor Nominated
[20]
2016 Janatha Garage Best Actor in a Supporting Role( Telugu ) Nominated
[20]
2016 Pulimurugan Best Actor Won
[20]

Star Screen Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2002 Company Best Supporting Actor Won
[21]

Screen Awards South[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Language Outcome Ref(s)
1997 Aaraam Thampuran, Oru Yathramozhi, Guru, Chandralekha Best Actor Malayalam Won
[22]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2002 Company Best Supporting Actor Nominated
[23]

IIFA Utsavam[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome
2017 Janatha Garage Performance In A Supporting Role - Male Nominated
2017 Oppam Performance In A Leading Role - Male Nominated
2017 Pulimurugan Performance In A Leading Role - Male Nominated

Filmfare Awards South[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Language Outcome Ref(s)
1986 Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam Best Actor Malayalam Won
[24]
1988 Padamudra Best Actor Malayalam Won
[24]
1993 Devaasuram Best Actor Malayalam Won
[24]
1994 Pavithram Best Actor Malayalam Won
[24]
1995 Spadikam Best Actor Malayalam Won
[24]
1999 Vanaprastham Best Actor Malayalam Won
[25]
2005 Thanmathra Best Actor Malayalam Won
[26]
2007 Paradesi Best Actor Malayalam Won
[27]
2009 Bhramaram Special Jury Mention Malayalam Won
[24]
2013 Drishyam Best Actor Malayalam Nominated
[28]
2016 Oppam Best Actor Malayalam Nominated
[28]
2016 Janatha Garage Best Supporting Actor Telugu Nominated
[28]

Asianet Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2003 Balettan Best Actor Won
[29]
2005 Thanmathra, Udayananu Tharam Best Actor Won
[30]
2006 Kirtichakra Best Actor Won
[31]
2007 Hallo, Chotta Mumbai Most Popular Actor Won
[32]
2008 Madampi Best Actor Won
[33]
2009 Bhramaram, Evidam Swargamanu Best Actor Won
[34]
2010 Golden Star Award Won
[35]
2011 Pranayam, Snehaveedu Best Actor Won
[36]
2012 Spirit, Grandmaster, Run Babby Run Best Actor Won
[37][38]
2013 Millennium Actor Won
[39]
2014 Contribution of "35 Years Excellence" Won
[40]
2015 Crowned as "Superstar of the Millennium" Won
[41]
2016 Oppam, Pulimurugan Best Actor Won
[42]

Kerala Film Critics Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
1988 Paadha Mudra, Chithram Best Actor Won
[43]
1991 Bharatham, Ulladakkam Best Actor Won
[43]
1999 Vanaprastham Best Actor Won
[43]
2001 Natana Ratna Awards Won
2005 Naran, Thanmathra Most Popular Actor Won
[44]
2007 Paradesi Best Actor Won
[45]
2008 Kurukshetra, Pakal Nakshatrangal, Aakashagopuram Best Actor Won
[46]
2011 Pranayam Best Actor Won
[47]
2013 Drishyam Best Actor Won
[48]
2016 Oppam Best Actor Won
[49]

Vanitha Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2003 Balettan Best Actor Won
[50]
2005 Thanmathra Best Actor Won
2007 Hallo, Chotta Mumbai Most Popular Actor Won
[51]
2008 Twenty:20, Madampi, Akasha Gopuram Best Actor Won
[52]
2009 Bhramaram, Evidam Swargamanu Most Popular Actor Won
[53]
2011 Pranayam Best Actor Won
[54]
2016 Oppam, Pulimurugan Best Actor Won
[54]

All India Radio Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2007 Rasathanthram, Vadakkumnathan, Kirtichakra Best Actor Won
[55]

Janmabhoomi Award[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2016 Janatha Garage Oppam, Pulimurugan Best Performance Of the Year Won
[55]

Amrita Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2006 Keerthi Chakra Best Actor Won
2010 Abhinaya Keerthi Award Won
[56][57]
2011 Pranayam Best Actor Won
[58]
2012 Spirit Best Actor Won
[59]
2013 Drishyam Best Actor Won
[60]
2006 Keerthi Chakra, Vadakkumnathan Best Actor Won
[61]

Jaihind Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2007 Paradesi Best Actor Won
[62]
2010 Chalachithra Ratnam Award Won
[63][64]
2011 Pranayam Best Actor Won
2013 Drishyam Best Actor Won

Kerala Film Audience Council Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2003 Balettan Best Actor Won
[50]
2004 Vismayathumbathu, Mampazhakkalam Best Actor Won
2005 Thanmathra Best Actor Won
2007 Paradesi Best Actor Won
[65]

Mathrubhumi Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
1999 Vanaprastham Best Actor Won
2003 Balettan Best Actor Won
[66]
2005 Thanmathra Best Actor Won
2006 Vadakkumnathan Excellence in Acting Won
[67]
2008 Aakasha Gopuram, Kurukshetra, Pakal Nakshatrangal Best Actor Won
[68]
2011 Pranayam Best Actor Won
[69]

The Kochi Times Film Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2011 Pranayam Best Actor – Male Won
[70]

V. Shantaram Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Outcome Ref(s)
2008 Paradesi, Aakasha Gopuram Best Actor Nominated
[71]
2009 Bhramaram Best Actor Nominated
[72]

Other awards and recognitions[edit]

  • 1977 – 78 State Wrestling Champion and Inter-college Champion.[73]
  • 1999 1999 Cannes Film Festival his film "Vanaprastham" was official selection in "Un Certain Regard"
  • 2006 CNN-IBN poll – Most Popular Keralite Award.[74]
  • 2007 Kerala AIDS Control Society – Goodwill Ambassador.[75]
  • 2009 Kerala State Athletics – Goodwill Ambassador.[76]
  • 2009 Limca Book of Records "People of the year Award"
  • 2010 Reader's Digest included him in the list of "100 Most Trusted Indians".[77]
  • 2010 Thikkurissy Sukumaran Nair Memorial National Award for his contributions to Indian Cinema.[78]
  • 2010 Kerala Handloom Industry – Goodwill Ambassador.[79]
  • 2013 Outlook India -"Most Influential Indian from Kerala".[80][81]
  • 2013 Forbes India included his 1991 role in Bharatham as one of the "25 Greatest Acting Performances of Indian Cinema".[82]
  • 2013 CNN-IBN survey on "100 years of Indian cinema" – 3rd position as India's Great Actors.[83]
  • 2015 All-Kerala Advertisers Agencies Association honoured him with the title "Brand Icon of Kerala" for his contributions to advertising world.[84]
  • 2016 Awarded the "Newsmaker of The Year" by Manorama News, given to a Keralite who has hogged the most headlines and brought a positive change in society.[85]

Footnotes[edit]

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