List of awards and nominations received by Priyanka Chopra

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Chopra at the 21st Lions Gold Awards where she won the Best Actress award for Mary Kom (2014)

Priyanka Chopra is an Indian actress who has received more than 620 Awards and several nominations including one National Film Award, five Filmfare Awards, eight Producers Guild Film Awards, eight Screen Awards, six IIFA Awards, and two People's Choice Awards and one oscar award .In 2000, she participated in the Femina Miss India contest, where she finished second, winning the Femina Miss India World title.[a] She then entered the Miss World pageant and was crowned Miss World 2000, becoming the fifth Indian to win the contest.[3]

Chopra made her Bollywood film debut with a supporting role in the 2003 spy thriller The Hero, which earned her the Stardust Award for Best Supporting Actress. The same year, her performance in the romantic musical Andaaz won her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut and a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the same ceremony.[4] For her portrayal of a seductress in the romantic thriller Aitraaz, Chopra won the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role and received her second nomination for Best Supporting Actress.[4] The same year, she was nominated for the IIFA Award for Best Actress for the romantic comedy Mujhse Shaadi Karogi.

Chopra starred as a troubled model in the drama Fashion (2008), for which she won many Best Actres awards in India including the National Film Award for Best Actress and the Filmfare Award in the same category.[5] In 2010, she received several Best Actress nominations for playing a feisty Marathi woman in the caper thriller Kaminey,[6] winning her second consecutive Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role after Fashion. The same year, she was nominated for the Screen Award for Best Actress for playing twelve distinct roles in the social comedy film What's Your Raashee?.[7] For her portrayal of a serial killer, in the 2011 neo-noir 7 Khoon Maaf, she was awarded the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress and was nominated for Best Actress.[4][8]

She played the role of an autistic woman in the 2012 romantic comedy Barfi!, for which she won the Zee Cine Award for Best Actress and was nominated under the Best Actress category at the Filmfare, Screen, Producers Guild and IIFA awards.[8] In 2014, Chopra's performance as Mary Kom in the eponymous biographical sports drama won her a second Screen and a third Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actress. For her debut single "In My City" (2012), she earned three nominations at the World Music Awards. She received several Best Actress nominations for her performance in the 2015 drama Dil Dhadakne Do, winning the Screen Award for Best Ensemble Cast. The same year, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress, among other accolades, for portraying Kashibai in the epic historical drama Bajirao Mastani.[9] In 2016, she received the People's Choice Award for "Favourite Actress In A New TV Series" for her role in Quantico, becoming the first South Asian actress to win a People's Choice Award. The same year, Chopra was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award, by the Government of India. In 2017, She won her second People's Choice Award for "Favorite Dramatic TV Actress" for Quantico. In april 2017 she become the first bollywood celebrity to won oscar award in global mega star category In addition to her acting and music awards, Chopra has received several honours from various organisations. She was the first Indian actress to cast her foot at the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence.[10] A 2012 Pinstorm survey judged Chopra as the most influential Indian on social media. She has been ranked four times at the number one on Eastern Eye's list of the World's Sexiest Asian Women. In 2016, Time named her one of the "100 Most Influential People in the World".

Asian Film Awards[edit]

The Asian Film Awards are presented annually by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society to members of Asian cinema.[11] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated artist Category Result Ref.
2009 Priyanka Chopra "Nielsen Box Office Award" for Outstanding Contribution to Asian Cinema Won [12]

Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards[edit]

The Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards are presented by the oldest association of film critics in India, founded in 1937.[13] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2005 Aitraaz Best Actress Won [4]

BIG Star Entertainment Awards[edit]

The BIG Star Entertainment Awards is an annual event organised by the Reliance Broadcast Network.[14] Chopra has won four awards from ten nominations.

Year Nominated artist and work Category Result Ref.
2010 Priyanka Chopra New Talent of the Decade – Female Won [15]
2011 7 Khoon Maaf Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Nominated [16]
2012 Don 2 Most Entertaining Actor in an Action Film – Female Nominated [17]
Barfi! Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Won [18]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Film – Female Nominated [19]
2013 Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela Most Entertaining Dancer – Male & Female (for song "Ram Chahe Leela") Nominated [20]
2014 Mary Kom Most Entertaining Actor in a Social/Drama Film – Female Won [21]
Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Won [21]
2015 Dil Dhadakne Do Most Entertaining Actor in a Drama Film – Female Nominated [22]
Most Entertaining Singer – Female (for song "Dil Dhadakne Do") Nominated [22]

Civilian Awards[edit]

The Civilian Awards are presented by the Government of India to citizens of India recognising their contributions to various fields such as Arts, Education, Industry, Literature, Science, Sports, Medicine, Social Service and Public Affairs.[23] Chopra was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honour in India.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2016 Priyanka Chopra Padma Shri Won [23]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

The Filmfare Awards are presented annually by The Times Group for excellence of cinematic achievements in Hindi cinema.[24] Chopra has won five awards in five categories from ten nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2004 Andaaz Best Female Debut Won[b] [25]
Best Supporting Actress Nominated [26]
2005 Aitraaz Best Performance in a Negative Role Won [4]
Best Supporting Actress Nominated [27]
2009 Fashion Best Actress Won [28]
2010 Kaminey Best Actress Nominated [29]
2012 7 Khoon Maaf Best Actress Nominated [30]
Critics Award for Best Actress Won [31]
2013 Barfi! Best Actress Nominated [32]
2015 Mary Kom Best Actress Nominated [33]
2016 Bajirao Mastani Best Supporting Actress Won [34]

Global Indian Film Awards[edit]

The Global Indian Film Awards was an awards ceremony organised by Popcorn Entertainment for the Hindi cinema.[35] Chopra has won two awards.

Year Nominated work and artist Category Result Ref.
2005 Aitraaz Best Villain Female Won [36]
2007 Priyanka Chopra Most Searched Female Actor on Internet Won [4]

GQ Men of The Year Awards[edit]

The GQ Men of The Year Awards are presented by GQ magazine.[37] Chopra has won two awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2010 Priyanka Chopra Woman of The Year Won [4]
2014 Award for Excellence Won [38]

Indian Telly Awards[edit]

The Indian Telly Awards are presented annually by indiantelevision.com to honour excellence in the television industry.[39] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2010 Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi X 3 Most Impactful Debut on Television Won [40]

International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit]

The International Indian Film Academy Awards (shortened as IIFA) is annual international event organised by the Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. to honour excellence in the Hindi cinema.[41] Chopra has won six awards from twelve nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2005 Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Best Actress Nominated [42]
2007 Krrish Best On-Screen Beauty Won [4]
2009 Fashion Best Actress Won [43]
2010 Kaminey Best Actress Nominated [44]
2011 Priyanka Chopra Green Globe Award for Contribution to a Greener Earth Won [45]
2012 7 Khoon Maaf Best Actress Nominated [46]
2013 Barfi! Best Actress Nominated [47]
2014 Priyanka Chopra Woman of Substance Won [48]
2015 Mary Kom Best Actress Nominated [49]
2016 Priyanka Chopra Woman of the Year Won [50]
Dil Dhadakne Do Best Actress Nominated [51]
Bajirao Mastani Best Supporting Actress Won [50]

Lions Gold Awards[edit]

The Lions Gold Awards are presented annually by members of the Lions Club of SOL — Mumbai to honour excellence in the Hindi cinema.[52] Chopra has won five awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2009 Fashion Favourite Actor in a Leading Role – Female Won [53]
2011 Anjaana Anjaani Favourite Popular Film Actor – Female Won [54]
2012 Don 2 Favourite Actor in a Leading Role – Female Won [55]
2013 Barfi! Favourite Actor in a Leading Role – Female Won [56]
2015 Mary Kom Favourite Actor in a Leading Role – Female Won [57]
2017 Ventilator Favourite Marathi Film Won [58]

Mirchi Music Awards[edit]

The Mirchi Music Awards are presented annually by Radio Mirchi to honour excellence in the Hindi language film music industry.[59] Chopra has received two nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2013 "In My City" Indipop Song of the year Nominated [60]
2014 "Exotic" Indipop Song of the year Nominated [61]

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Europe Music Awards was established in 1994 by MTV Europe to award the music videos from European and international artists.[62] Chopra has won one award from two nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2015 Priyanka Chopra Best Indian Act Won [63]
Worldwide Act: Africa / India Nominated [63]

National Film Awards[edit]

The National Film Awards is the most prestigious film award ceremony 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.[64] Chopra has received one award in the Best Actress category.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Fashion Best Actress Won [65]

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India[edit]

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India is the Indian version of the American awards show recognising Indian Film, TV, Music and Sports.[66] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2013 Barfi! Best Movie Actress Won [67]
2015 Mary Kom Best Movie Actress Nominated [68]
2016 Bajirao Mastani Best Movie Actress Nominated [69]

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards is an annual awards show recognising the people and the work of popular culture, voted by the general public.[70] Chopra has won two awards. She is the first South Asian actress to win a People's Choice Award.[71]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2016 Quantico Favorite Actress In A New TV Series Won [72]
2017 Quantico Favorite Dramatic TV Actress Won [73]

People's Choice Awards India[edit]

The People's Choice Awards India is the Indian version of the American awards show recognising Indian film, television, music and sports.[74] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2012 Agneepath Favourite Ensemble Cast Nominated [75]
"In My City" Favourite International Music Debut Won [76]

Producers Guild Film Awards[edit]

The Producers Guild Film Awards (previously known as Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards) is an annual event organised by the Film Producers Guild of India.[77] Chopra has won eight awards from thirteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 Aitraaz Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated [78]
2009 Fashion Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [79]
2010 Kaminey Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [80]
2012 7 Khoon Maaf Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [81]
7 Khoon Maaf and Don 2 Entertainer of the Year Won [82]
2013 Barfi! Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [83]
Agneepath and Barfi! Star of the Year Won [84]
2015 Mary Kom Best Actress in a Leading Role Won [85]
Dialogue of the Year Won [85]
Priyanka Chopra Hindustan Times Celebrity for a Cause Won [85]
2016 Dil Dhadakne Do Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [86]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [86]
Priyanka Chopra Guild Global Honor Won [87]

Sabsey Favourite Kaun Awards[edit]

The Sabse Favourite Kaun Awards were presented annually by Star Gold. The nominees and awardees were decided by public voting.[88] The awards were discontinued after 2010. Chopra has won five awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 Priyanka Chopra Sabsey Tez Sitara Won [88]
2009 Priyanka Chopra Sabsey Favourite Heroine Won [89]
Sabsey Khoobsurat Ada Won [89]
Kaminey Most Amazing Performance Won [89]
Sabsey Favourite Jodi (along with Shahid Kapoor) Won [89]

Screen Awards[edit]

The Screen Awards are annually presented by the Indian Express Limited to honour excellence of cinematic achievements in Hindi and Marathi cinema.[90] Chopra has won eight awards from twenty five nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2004 Andaaz Most Promising Newcomer – Female Nominated [91]
2005 Aitraaz Best Actor in a Negative Role Won [92]
Jodi No. 1 (along with Akshay Kumar) Nominated [93]
2009 Fashion Best Actress Won [94]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [95]
2010 Kaminey Best Actress Nominated [96]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [97]
Jodi No. 1 (along with Shahid Kapoor) Nominated [98]
What's Your Raashee? Best Actress Nominated [96]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [97]
2011 Anjaana Anjaani Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [99]
2012 7 Khoon Maaf Best Actress Nominated [100]
Best Actor in a Negative Role – Female Won [101]
Don 2 Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [102]
Jodi No. 1 (along with Shahrukh Khan) Won [101]
2013 Barfi! Best Actress Nominated [103]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [104]
Jodi No. 1 (along with Ranbir Kapoor) Won [105]
2014 Krrish 3 Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [106]
2015 Mary Kom Best Actress Won [107]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [108]
2016 Dil Dhadakne Do Best Actress Nominated [109]
Dil Dhadakne Do and Bajirao Mastani Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [109]
Dil Dhadakne Do Best Ensemble Cast Won [109]
Bajirao Mastani Best Supporting Actress Won [109]

Shanghai International Film Festival[edit]

The Shanghai International Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in East Asia.[110] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2009 Priyanka Chopra "Golden Goblet" (Jin Jue) Award for Contribution to Cinema Won [111]

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 recognises the achievements of Hindi films objectively, based on its performance at the box office.[112] Chopra has received one award.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2014 Gunday & Mary Kom Ms. Money Bags Won [113]

Stardust Awards[edit]

The Stardust Awards are an annual event organised by Magna Publishing Company Limited to honour excellence in the Hindi cinema.[114] Chopra has won six awards from fourteen nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2004 The Hero: Love Story of a Spy Best Supporting Actress Won [115]
2005 Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Won [116]
2006 Waqt: The Race Against Time Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Nominated [117]
2009 Fashion and Dostana Star of the Year – Female Won [118]
2010 Kaminey Star of the Year – Female Nominated [119]
2012 7 Khoon Maaf and Don 2 Star of the Year – Female Nominated [120]
7 Khoon Maaf Best Actress – Drama Nominated [120]
Don 2 Best Actress – Thriller/Action Nominated [120]
2013 Barfi! Best Actress – Drama Won[c] [121]
Star of the Year – Female Won [121]
2014 Gunday Best Actress – Thriller/Action Nominated [122]
Mary Kom Star of the Year – Female Nominated [122]
Best Actress – Drama Won [123]
2015 Dil Dhadakne Do Actor of the Year – Female Nominated [124]
2016 Priyanka Chopra Global Icon Award Won [125]

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Teen Choice Awards is an annual awards show that airs on the Fox Network. The awards honor the year's biggest achievements in music, movies, sports, television, fashion and other categories, voted by teen viewers.[126]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2016 Quantico Choice TV: Breakout Star Nominated [127]

Times of India Film Awards[edit]

The Times of India Film Awards (shortened as TOIFA) is an international event organised by The Times Group to reward excellence in Hindi cinema.[128] Chopra has received two awards.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2013 Barfi! Best Actor – Female Won [129]
2016 Bajirao Mastani Best Supporting Actress Won [130]

World Music Awards[edit]

The World Music Awards is an international awards ceremony founded in 1989 that annually honours recording artists based on worldwide sales figures provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).[131] Chopra has received three nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2012 Priyanka Chopra World's Best Female Artist Nominated [132]
"In My City" World's Best Song Nominated [133]
World's Best Video Nominated [134]

Zee Cine Awards[edit]

The Zee Cine Awards are an annual award ceremony organised by the Zee Entertainment Enterprises.[135] Chopra has won two awards from nine nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2004 The Hero: Love Story of a Spy and Andaaz Best Female Debut Nominated [136]
2005 Aitraaz Best Actor in a Negative Role Nominated [137]
2011 Priyanka Chopra International Female Icon Nominated [138]
2012 7 Khoon Maaf Best Actor – Female Nominated [139]
2013 Barfi! Best Actor – Female Won [140]
2014 Priyanka Chopra International Female Icon Won [141]
2016 Dil Dhadakne Do Best Actor – Female Nominated [142]
Bajirao Mastani Best Actor – Female Nominated [142]
Critics Award for Best Actor – Female Nominated [143]

Other awards[edit]

Year Nominated work and artist Award Category Result Ref.
2005 Waqt POGO Amazing Kids Awards Most Amazing Actress Nominated [144]
2006 Krrish Won [145]
2007 Priyanka Chopra Kelvinator's Gr8 Women Awards Contribution to Indian Cinema Won [4]
2008 Zoom Glam Awards Glam Film Star – Female Won [146]
Zee Astitva Awards Contribution to Indian Cinema Won [4]
2009 Fashion V Shantaram Awards Best Actress Nominated [147]
Priyanka Chopra Videocon India Youth Icon Awards Entertainment Icon of the year – female Won [148]
NDTV Profit Car and Bike Awards Brand Ambassador of the Year Won [149]
Teacher's Achievement Awards Top Entertainer Award Won [150]
FICCI Frames Excellence Honours Most Powerful Entertainer of the Decade Won [151]
2010 Priyanka Chopra NDTV Indian of the Year Awards Female Entertainer of the Year Won [152]
2011 7 Khoon Maaf Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards Most Memorable Performance Won [4]
Priyanka Chopra The South Asians in Media, Marketing and Entertainment Association "Trailblazer Award" Won [153]
2012 Femina Women Awards Woman We Love Award Won [154]
WOW Awards LIVE Personality of the Year – Film Won [155]
Big Star Young Entertainer Awards Style Icon Won [156]
2013 Anokhi Prestige Awards International Artist of the Decade Won [157]
MTV Video Music Award India Super Achiever of the Year Won [158]
Priyanka Chopra India Leadership Conclave Awards Actress of the Decade Won [159]
Barfi! South African Indian Film and Television Awards Best Actress Won [160]
Priyanka Chopra Hindustan Times Most Stylish Awards Style Award Won [161]
2014 IAA Leadership Awards Brand Ambassador of the Year — Female Won [162]
"Exotic" Gaana Awards Most Popular English Song Won [163]
Priyanka Chopra Hindustan Times Most Stylish Awards Most Stylish Global Icon Won [164]
Mary Kom Priyadarshini Academy Global Awards Smita Patil Memorial Award for Best Actor Won [165]
Priyanka Chopra Reliance Digital Technolicious Talent of the Year Won [166]
2015 Grazia Young Fashion Awards Cover Girl Of The Year Won [167]
Hindustan Times Most Stylish Awards India's Style Icon Won [168]
Mary Kom Arab Indo Bollywood Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Won[d] [169]
2016 Priyanka Chopra Shorty Awards Best Actress in Social Media Nominated [170]
CNN-IBN Indian of the Year Indian of the Year (Entertainment) Nominated [171]
Bajirao Mastani Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards Best Actress Won [172]
Priyanka Chopra Instyle Awards Breakthrough Style Star Won [173]
2017 Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards Internationally Acclaimed Actress Won [174]
Ventilator Best Film Won [174]

Pageants[edit]

Year Recipient Honour Result Ref.
2000 Priyanka Chopra Miss India World Won [5]
Miss World Won [5]
Miss World Continental Queen of Beauty − Asia & Oceania Won [5]

Media honours[edit]

The table includes the titles Chopra had received from notable and reputed publications and organisations.

Year Title Awarding Organisation Ref.
2006 World's Sexiest Asian Woman Eastern Eye [175]
Style Diva of Year eBay [176]
2009 Most Desirable Woman Indiatimes [177]
2011 India's Best Dressed People India [178]
Hottest Woman of the Year Maxim India [179]
2012 India's Glam Diva Big CBS Love [180]
Most Influential Indian in the Social Media Circuit Pinstorm [181]
Punjabi Icon Punjab Government [182]
World's Sexiest Asian Woman Eastern Eye [183]
2013 Ambassador of Beauty and Substance Femina Miss India [184]
Hottest Woman of the Year Maxim India [179]
2014 World's Sexiest Asian Woman Eastern Eye [185]
2015 World's Sexiest Asian Woman Eastern Eye [186]
World's Sexiest Woman FHM India [187]
Sexiest Woman on Television BuddyTV [188]
25 Most Intriguing People of the Year People [189]
2016 Sexiest Eyes Victoria's Secret [190]
100 Most Influential People in the World Time [191]
Most Desirable Woman Indiatimes [192]
Hottest Woman of the Year Maxim India [193]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ At the time, the second place contestant of Femina Miss India was given the title "Miss India World" and sent to the Miss World competition, whereas the first place contestant was sent to Miss Universe, and third place to Miss Asia Pacific International.[1][2]
  2. ^ Tied with Lara Dutta for the same film.
  3. ^ Tied with Sridevi for English Vinglish.
  4. ^ Tied with Kangana Ranaut for Queen.

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