List of awards and nominations received by Shreya Ghoshal

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List of Awards and Nominations received by Shreya Ghoshal
Shreya Ghoshal at Filmfare Awards South.jpg
Awards Wins Nominations
National Film Awards
4 N/A
Kerala State Film Awards
3 N/A
Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
2 N/A
Filmfare Awards
6* 21
Filmfare Awards South
9 41
Filmfare Awards East
0 5
Filmfare Awards Marathi
0 1
IIFA Awards
7 19
IIFA Utsavam
2 7
Mirchi Music Awards
8* 27
Mirchi Music Awards South
7* 31
Mirchi Music Awards Bangla
6* 14
Mirchi Music Awards Marathi
1 8
RMIM Puraskaar
12* 25
Guild Awards
4 16
GiMA Awards
3* 13
Screen Awards
6 14
Zee Cine Awards
7 18
* represents the awards won in more than one category.
Total
Awards won 143
Nominations 484

Shreya Ghoshal is an Indian playback singer. Best known as a singer in Hindi, she also sings in other Indian languages including Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Assamese, Nepali, Oriya, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Urdu, Tulu etc. and has established herself as a leading playback singer of Indian cinema.

Ghoshal's career began when she won the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa contest as an adult. Her Bollywood playback singing career began with Devdas, for which she received National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer along with Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer and Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent.[1]

Apart from playback singing, Ghoshal has appeared as a judge on several television reality shows. She performs in musical concerts around the world. She has been honored by the US state of Ohio, where the governor Ted Strickland declared 26 June 2010 as "Shreya Ghoshal Day".[2] In April 2013, she was awarded with the highest honour in London by the selected members of House of Commons of the United Kingdom. In July 2015, John Cranley, the Mayor of the City of Cincinnati also honoured her by proclaiming 24 July 2015 as "Shreya Ghoshal Day of Entertainment and Inspiration" in Cincinnati.[3] She was also featured five times in Forbes' list of the top 100 celebrities of India.[4][5][6][7][8] In 2017, Ghoshal became the first Indian singer to have a wax figure of her in Madame Tussauds Museum.[9][10]

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Anandalok Puraskar[edit]

The Anandalok Puraskar or Anandalok Awards were presented by the ABP Group for outstanding achievement in Bengali cinema.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2005 Best Female Playback Singer Manik Won [11]
2012 Best Film Song of the Year Paglu 2 Nominated [12]

Ananda Vikatan Cinema Awards[edit]

Ananda Vikatan Cinema Awards were introduced in 2008 to honour artists in the Tamil film industry annually. It is presented by the Tamil language weekly magazine Ananda Vikatan. Ghoshal won two awards.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2010 Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa "Mannipaaya" Won
2017 Puriyatha Puthir "Mazhaikkulle" [13]
[14]
Mersal "Neethanae"

Annual Central European Bollywood Awards[edit]

The Annual Central European Bollywood Awards are fan awards with the voters mostly from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. They are users of the Bollywood Forum belonging to the film website, organizer of the ACEBAs. These awards have been discontinued after 2013. Ghoshal has received four awards from nine nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai "Pal Pal Har Pal" Nominated [15]
Aryan "Janeman"
2008 Guru "Barso Re" Won [16]
Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" Nominated
Cheeni Kum "Cheeni Kum"
2009 Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore" Won [17]
2010 3 Idiots "Zoobi Doobi" [18]
Kisaan "Humko Kehna Hai" Nominated
2012 Bodyguard "Teri Meri" Won [19]

Asianet Film Awards[edit]

The Asianet Film Awards is an award ceremony for Malayalam films presented annually by Asianet, a Malayalam-language television network from the south-Indian state of Kerala. Ghoshal has received two awards.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2011 Aagathan "Manjumazha" Won [20]
2012 Pranayam "Pattil Ee Pattil" Nominated [21]
Rathinirvedam "Kannoram Chingaram" Won

Asiavision Movie Awards[edit]

The Asiavision Movie Awards are used to held annually since 2006 to honour the artists and technicians of South Indian Cinema. Ghoshal has received three awards.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2012 Veeraputhran "Kannodu Kannoram" Won [22]
2013 Mallu Singh "Cham Cham"
Chattakaari "Nilave Nilave"
2016 Ennu Ninte Moideen "Kaathirunnu" Nominated
2019 Odiyan "Kondoram" Won [23]
"Maanam Thudukkanu"
Theevandi "Jeevamshamayi"

BIG Bangla Movie Awards[edit]

The BIG Bangla Music Awards are presented by the BIG FM Kolkata station bestow excellent achievement in Bengali music. The scope of the event was later extended and it was renamed as BIG Bangla Movie Awards.

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2010 Female Singer of the Year Antaheen "Pherari Mon" Nominated
"Jao Pakhi" Won
Song of the Year
2011 Female Singer of the Year Autograph "Chawl Raastaye" [24]

BIG Star Entertainment Awards[edit]

The BIG Star Entertainment Awards are presented annually by Reliance Broadcast Network Limited in association with Star India to honour personalities from the field of entertainment across movies, music, television, sports, theater and dance. Ghoshal has received an award from seven nominations.

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2010 BIG Star Decade Singer Overall Performance During the Decade Nominated [25]
2011 BIG Star Most Entertaining Female Singer Bodyguard "Teri Meri" Won [26]
The Dirty Picture "Ooh La La" Nominated
2012 Jab Tak Hai Jaan "Saans"
Agneepath "Chikni Chameli "
2013 Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela "Nagada Sang Dhol" [27]
2014 Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania "Samjhawan"

Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Music Awards[edit]

The Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Music Awards were presented by Bollywood Hungama to honour the musical work of the artists throughout the year. The winners have been selected based on the number of votes acquired by each of the contenders. These awards have been discontinued after 2016. Ghoshal has received two awards from three nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" Won [28]
2015 Kick "Hangover" [29]
2016 Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" Nominated [30]

City Cine Awards[edit]

City Cine Awards were started in 2017 by Radio City 91.1 FM. The awards aim to empower listeners to recognize and celebrate the efforts of artists and technicians. The nominees are determined and crowned winners based on online public voting.

Marathi[edit]

Ghoshal received two nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2017 Chi Va Chi Sau Ka "Man He" Nominated [31]
2018 Bucket List "Tu Pari" [32]

Kannada[edit]

Ghoshal received two nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2017 Mungaru Male 2 "Kanasalu" Nominated [33]
[34]
2019 Kannadakagi Ondannu Otti "Ommomme Nannannu" Pending [35]

Tamil[edit]

Ghoshal received an award for eight nominations under Best female playback category.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2017 Miruthan "Mirutha Mirutha"
(along with 7 other songs)
Won [36]
2018 Mersal "Neethanae"
(and many other)
Nominated [37]

Telugu[edit]

Ghoshal received various nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2017 Gautamiputra Satakarni "Ekimeedaa" Nominated [38]
[39]
Khaidi No. 150 "You & Me"
Katamarayudu "Emo Emo"
Nene Raju Nene Mantri "Sukhibhava Annaru"
2019 Bhaagamathie "Mandaara"
(and many other)
Pending [40]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

The Filmfare Awards are one of the oldest and most prestigious Hindi film awards. They are presented annually by The Times Group for excellence of cinematic achievements. Ghoshal received five awards from twenty-one nominations. Besides this, she also received Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent in 2003 for her outstanding performance in Devdas.

Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer[edit]

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2003 Devdas "Dola Re Dola"
(along with Kavita Krishnamurthy)
Won [41]
"Bairi Piya" Nominated
2004 Jism "Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai" Won [42]
2006 Zeher "Agar Tum Mil Jao" Nominated
Parineeta "Piyu Bole"
2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai "Pal Pal Har Pal"
2008 Guru "Barso Re" Won [43]
Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" Nominated
2009 Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore" Won [44]
2010 3 Idiots "Zoobi Doobi" Nominated [45]
2011 I Hate Luv Storys "Bahara" [46]
My Name Is Khan "Noor-e-Khuda"
2012 Bodyguard "Teri Meri" [47]
Shor in the City "Saibo"
2013 Jab Tak Hai Jaan "Saans" [48]
Agneepath "Chikni Chameli"
2014 Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" [49]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela "Nagada Sang Dhol"
2015 Happy New Year "Manwa Laage" [50]
2016 Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" Won [51]
2018 Half Girlfriend "Thodi Der" Nominated [52]

Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent[edit]

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2003 Devdas "Bairi Piya" Won [41]

Filmfare Awards East[edit]

The Filmfare Awards East is the East Indian segment of the annual Filmfare Awards, presented by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the East Indian (Bengali) film industry. Ghoshal received five nominations in the category of Best Female Playback Singer.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2014 Mishawr Rawhoshyo "Baalir Shohor" Nominated [53]
2017 Shaheb Bibi Golaam "Tomar Ki Naam" [54]
Praktan "Kolkata"
Bastu-Shaap "Tomake Chhuye Dilam"
2018 Samantaral "Tui Chunli Jakhan" [55]

Filmfare Awards Marathi[edit]

The Filmfare Awards Marathi is the Marathi segment of the annual Filmfare Awards, presented by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Marathi cinema. Ghoshal received a nomination.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2017 Sairat "Aatacha Baya Ka" Nominated [56]

Filmfare Awards South[edit]

The Filmfare Awards South is the South Indian segment of the annual Filmfare Awards, presented by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the South Indian film industry. Ghoshal is the most awarded and also the most nominated singer by Filmfare South, receiving nine awards from forty-one nominations.

Kannada[edit]

Ghoshal has received two awards from fifteen nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2009 Mussanjemaatu "Ninna Nodalenthu" Won [57]
"Aakasha Bhoomi" Nominated
Moggina Manasu "Moggina Manasali"
2010 Birugaali "Hoovina Banadhande"
Maleyali Jotheyali "Yenu Helabeku"
2011 Jackie "Eradu Jedeyannu"
Just Math Mathalli "Yello Jinugiruva"
2012 Sanju Weds Geetha "Gaganave Baagi" Won [58]
Lifeu Ishtene "Maayavi Maayavi" Nominated
2013 Romeo "Aalochane" [59]
Anna Bond "Yenendhu Hesaridali"
2014 Mynaa "Modala Maleyanthe"
2015 Ulidavaru Kandanthe "Kaakig Banna Kantha" [60]
2016 1st Rank Raju "Shuru Shuru" [61]
2017 Kirik Party "Neenire Saniha" [62]

Malayalam[edit]

Ghoshal has received four awards from eleven nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2010 Banaras "Chandhu Thottille" Nominated
2011 Anwar "Kizhakku Pookkum" Won [63]
Aagathan "Manju Mazha Kaattil" Nominated
2012 Pranayam "Paattil Ee Paattil" Won [64]
Salt N' Pepper "Kaanamullal" Nominated
2013 Chattakaari "Nilave Nilave" [65]
2014 Kalimannu "Shalabhamayi"
2015 How Old Are You? "Vijanathayil" Won [66]
2016 Ennu Ninte Moideen "Kaathirunnu" [67]
Life of Josutty "Mele Mele" Nominated [61]
2018 Ramante Edanthottam "Akale Oru Kaadinte" [68]

Tamil[edit]

Ghoshal has received two awards from seven nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2007 Sillunu Oru Kaadhal "Munbe Vaa" Won [69]
2009 Kuruvi "Thaen Thaen" Nominated
2010 Pasanga "Oru Vetkam"
2011 Angadi Theru "Un Perai Sollum" Won [63]
2013 Kumki "Solitaley Ava Kadhala" Nominated [70]
2016 I "Pookkale Sattru" [61]
2018 Mersal "Neethanae" [68]

Telugu[edit]

Ghoshal has received an award from eight nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2006 Athadu "Pillagali Allari" Nominated
Modati Cinema "Neeke Nuvvu"
2009 Chintakayala Ravi "Merupulaa"
2012 Sri Rama Rajyam "Jagadhananda Karaka" Won [64]
2013 Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum "Sai Andri Nanu" Nominated [71]
2014 Naayak "Hey Nayak"
2015 Manam "Chinni Chinni Aasalu" [60]
2016 Kanche "Nijamenani" [61]

FOI Online Awards, India[edit]

FOI Online Awards, started in 2015, is an annual online procedural poll, researched and organized by an anonymous non-profit organization in India, honoring the artists for their artworks. Ghoshal became the first recipient of the awards for Best Playback Singer (Female) in 2015, and since then holds the record for most nominations in the category.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2016 Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" Won [72]
"Mohe Rang Do Laal" Nominated
2017 Rocky Handsome "Rehnuma"
2019 Laila Majnu "Sarphiri"

Gaana User's Choice Icons[edit]

Gaana User's Choice Icons was started by Gaana in 2014. The winners are recognized on the basis of public voting on social networking platforms. The 2nd installment of the awards were held in 2018 (end of 2017), after a gap of three years.

Hindi[edit]

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2014 Best Female Singer Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" Won [73]
2017 Favourite Female Artist Overall performance during the year [74]
[75]
2018 Best Female Singer Padmaavat "Ghoomar" Nominated [76]

Tamil[edit]

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2018 Best Female Singer Overall performance during the year Nominated [77]
Best Song Mersal "Neethanae" [78]

Global Indian Film Awards[edit]

The Global Indian Film Awards were presented for the Hindi film industry in 2005 and 2007. Ghoshal received two nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai "Pal Pal Har Pal" Nominated [79]
Omkara "O Saathi Re"

Global Indian Music Academy Awards[edit]

The Global Indian Music Academy Awards are presented annually by Global Indian Music Academy to honour and recognise Indian music artists. Ghoshal received three awards in different categories.

Year Category Album Nominated song Result Ref.
2012 Best Female Playback Singer Agneepath "Chikni Chameli" Nominated [80]
Shor in the City "Saibo"
The Dirty Picture "Ooh La La"
2014 Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" Won [81]
Raanjhanaa "Banarasiya" Nominated [82]
Best Duet Bhaag Milkha Bhaag "O Rangrez"
(along with Javed Bashir)
2015 Happy New Year "Manwa Laage"
(along with Arijit Singh)
[83]
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania "Samjhawan"
(along with Arijit Singh)
Won
Best Ghazal Album Humnasheen Nominated [84]
2016 Best Female Playback Singer Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" Won [85]
"Mohe Rang Do Laal" Nominated [86]
Best Duet Wazir "Tere Bin"
(along with Sonu Nigam)
Bajirao Mastani "Pinga"
(along with Vaishali Mhade)

Guild Awards[edit]

The Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards are presented by the Apsara Producers Guild to honour and recognise the professional excellence of their peers. Ghoshal has received four awards from sixteen nominations. She holds the record of maximum awards and nominations in the Best Female Playback Singer category.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2006 Parineeta "Piyu Bole" Nominated [87]
2008 Guru "Barso Re" Won [88]
Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" Nominated
2009 Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore" Won [89]
Bachna Ae Haseeno "Ahista Ahista" Nominated [90]
2010 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi "Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai" Won [91]
Blue "Aaj Dil Gustakh Hai" Nominated [92]
2011 I Hate Luv Storys "Bahara"
(along with Sona Mohapatra)
[93]
2012 Bodyguard "Teri Meri" Won [94]
Shor in the City "Saibo" Nominated [95]
2013 Jab Tak Hai Jaan "Saans"
Agneepath "Chikni Chameli"
2015 Heropanti "Raat Bhar"
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania "Samjhawan"
Happy New Year "Manwa Laage"
PK "Chaar Kadam"

Indian Telly Awards[edit]

The Indian Telly Awards is an annual award presented by indiantelevision.com group for excellence both on-screen and behind-the-scenes of television in India. Ghoshal has received two awards from seven nominations.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2004 Best Title Singer for a TV Show Ye Meri Life Hai Won
Kesar Nominated
2006 Haath Se Haath Mila
(along with Sonu Nigam)
Won
2009 STAR Parivaar Awards
(along with Shaan)
Nominated
2012 Bade Achhe Lagte Hain
Yahaaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli
Best Judge Panel X Factor India
(along with Sonu Nigam, Sanjay Leela Bhansali)

International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit]

The International Indian Film Academy Awards are presented annually by the International Indian Film Academy to honour excellence of cinematic achievements in the Hindi language film industry. Ghoshal has received seven awards from nineteen nominations. She holds the record of maximum awards and nominations in the Best Female Playback category.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2003 Devdas "Dola Re Dola"
(along with Kavita Krishnamurthy)
Won [96]
2004 Jism "Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai" [97]
2006 Parineeta "Piyu Bole" Nominated
2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai "Pal Pal Har Pal"
2008 Guru "Barso Re" Won [98]
Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" Nominated
Saawariya "Thode Badmash"
Bhool Bhulaiyaa "Mere Dholna"
2009 Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore" Won [99]
2010 3 Idiots "Zoobi Doobi" Nominated [100]
2011 I Hate Luv Storys "Bahara" [101]
2012 Bodyguard "Teri Meri" Won [102]
The Dirty Picture "Ooh Laa La" Nominated [103]
2013 Agneepath "Chikni Chameli" Won [104]
Barfi! "Aashiyan" Nominated [105]
2014 Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" Won [106]
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag "O Rangrez" Nominated
2015 Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania "Samjhawan" [107]
2016 Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" [108]

IIFA Utsavam[edit]

The IIFA Utsavam, started in 2016, is the South Indian segment of the annual International Indian Film Academy Awards, to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the South Indian music industry.

Kannada[edit]

Ghoshal has received one award from two nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2016 Mr. and Mrs. Ramachari "Upavaasa" Won [109]
2017 Kirik Party "Neenire Saniha" Nominated

Malayalam[edit]

Ghoshal has received one awards from two nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2016 Ennu Ninte Moideen "Kaathirunnu" Won [110]
2017 Charlie "Puthumazhayai" Nominated

Telugu[edit]

Ghoshal has received three nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2017 Rudhramadevi "Punnami Puvvai" Nominated [111]
Kanche "Itu Itu Ani Chitikelu Evvarivo"
Soggade Chinni Nayana "Nee Navve"

Kerala State Film Awards[edit]

The Kerala State Film Award are the film awards for a motion picture made in Kerala. The awards have been bestowed by Kerala State Chalachitra Academy since 1998 on behalf of the Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Kerala, India. Ghoshal has received three awards.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2009 Banaras "Chaanthu Thottille" Won [112]
2011 Veeraputhran "Kannodu Kannoram"
Rathinirvedam "Kannoram Chingaram"
2014 How Old Are You? "Vijanathayil" [113]

MaTa Sanman[edit]

The MaTa Sanman or MaTa Awards are presented by the Maharashtra Times to felicitate significant contribution of individuals to Marathi cinema.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2011 Aarambh "Ha Natyancha Khel Andhala" Won
2016 Carry On Maratha "Sobane Soyanire" Nominated [114]
2017 Sairat "Aatach Baya Ka Baavarla" [115]

Mirchi Music Awards[edit]

The Mirchi Music Awards are presented annually by Radio Mirchi to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Hindi language film music industry of India. Ghoshal has received eight awards from twenty-eight nominations in different categories.

Year Category Album Nominated song Result Ref.
2009 Film Female Vocalist of the year Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore" Nominated
2010 Chandni Chowk to China "Tere Naina"
2011 Dabangg "Chori Kiya Re Jiya" [116]
Film Song of the year "Tere Mast Mast Do Nain"
(along with Sajid-Wajid, Faiz Anwar, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan)
2012 Film Female Vocalist of the year The Dirty Picture "Ooh La La" [117]
Film Song of the year "Ooh La La"
(along with Bappi Lahiri, Rajat Arora, Vishal-Shekhar)
Best Item song of the year Won
2013 Film Female Vocalist of the year Agneepath "Chikni Chameli"
Jab Tak Hai Jaan "Saans" Nominated
Film Song of the year Student of the Year "Radha"
(along with Vishal-Shekhar, Udit Narayan, Anvita Dutt Guptan)
Dabangg 2 "Dagabaaz Re"
(along with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sajid–Wajid, Sameer)
Raag Inspired song of the year
Krishna Aur Kans "Suno Suno Saanwre Ki"
(along with Pranab Kumar, Shantanu Moitra, Swanand Kirkire)
2014 Film Song of the year Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai"
(along with Ankit Tiwari, Sandeep Nath)
Film Female Vocalist of the year "Sunn Raha Hai"
2015 Happy New Year "Manwa Laage"
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania "Samjhawan"
Film Song of the year Happy New Year "Manwa Laage"
(along with Arijit Singh, Vishal-Shekhar, Irshad Kamil)
2016 Film Female Vocalist of the year Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" [118]
[119]
"Pinga"
(along with Vaishali Mhade)
"Mohe Rang Do Laal" Won
Film Song of the year "Deewani Mastani"
(along with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Siddharth-Garima)
Nominated
2017 IndiPop Song of the year Aye Jahaan Aasmaan "Aye Jahaan Aasmaan"
(along with Sonu Nigam, Abhishek Ray, Nusrat Badr)
Won [120]
2018 Film Song of the year Badrinath Ki Dulhania "Aashiq Surrender Hua"
(along with Amaal Mallik, Shabbir Ahmed)
Nominated [121]
[122]
Film Female Vocalist of the year Half Girlfriend "Thodi Der" Won
2019 Padmaavat "Ghoomar" [123]
Dhadak "Dhadak" Nominated
Film Song of the year Padmaavat "Ghoomar"
(along with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, A. M. Turaz , Swaroop Khan)
Won
Album of the year (along with the musical team of Padmaavat)
Listener's Choice album of the year Nominated
Raag Inspired Song "Ghoomar"

Mirchi Music Awards Bangla[edit]

The Mirchi Music Awards Bangla is the Bengali segment of the annual Mirchi Music Awards, presented by Radio Mirchi to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Bengali language film music industry of India. Ghoshal has received six awards from fourteen nominations.

Year Category Album Nominated song Result Ref.
2011 Film Female Vocalist of the year Jaani Dyakha Hawbe "Jaani Dekha Hobe" Won [124]
2012 Aparajita Tumi "Roopkathara" [125]
"Bristi Biday" Nominated
Song of the year "Roopkathara"
(along with Shantanu Moitra)
Won
Adhunik Female Vocalist of the year Mon Kemoner Station "Daekho" Nominated
"Ja Khushi Shara Ta Din"
"Bandhu Kotha Rakhish"
2013 Film Female Vocalist of the year Proloy "Haath Dhoreche Gaacher Paata"
2014 Buno Haansh "Bela Boye Jae" Won
"Esheche Raat" Nominated
2015 Shudhu Tomari Jonyo "Shudhu Tomari Jonyo" [126]
[127]
Katmundu "Eto Alo" Won
2016 Tobu Aporichito "Khub Chena Mukh" [128]
Film Song of the year Praktan "Kolkata"
(along with Anupam Roy)
Nominated

Mirchi Music Awards Marathi[edit]

The Mirchi Music Awards Marathi is the Marathi segment of the annual Mirchi Music Awards, started in 2014, presented by Radio Mirchi to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Marathi music industry. Ghoshal has received an award from eight nominations.

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2014 Female Vocalist of the year Lai Bhaari "Ye Na Saajna" Nominated [129]
2015 Nilkanth Master "Adhir Man Jhale" Won [130]
"Partuni Yena" Nominated
2016 Sairat "Atach Baya Ka Baavarla" [131]

[132]

Kaul Manacha "Man Manjiri"
Song of the year Sairat "Atach Baya Ka Baavarla"
(along with Ajay-Atul)
2017 Film Female Vocalist of the year Karaar "Sajana Re" [133]
Film Album of the year Karaar
(along with the whole musical team)

Mirchi Music Awards Punjabi[edit]

The Mirchi Music Awards Punjabi is the Punjabi segment of the annual Mirchi Music Awards, started in 2014, presented by Radio Mirchi to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Punjabi music industry. Ghoshal has received a nomination.

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2014 Female Vocalist of the Year Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar "Tere Ishq Ne" Nominated [134]

Mirchi Music Awards South[edit]

The Mirchi Music Awards South is the South Indian segment of the annual Mirchi Music Awards, started in 2010 by Radio Mirchi to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the South Indian music industry. Ghoshal has received seven awards from thirty-one nominations in several categories.

Kannada[edit]

Ghoshal has received three awards from twelve nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2009 Manasaare "Na Naguva Modalene" Won [135]
2010 Paramathma "Thanmayalaadenu" Nominated
2011 Sanju Weds Geetha "Gaganave Baagi" Won [136]
2012 Romeo "Aalochane" Nominated [137]
2013 Myna "Modala Maleyante" Won
Bachchan "Sadaa Ninna Kannali" Nominated
2014 Ulidavaru Kandanthe "Kaakig Banna Kantha" [138]
2016 Ishtakamya "Nee Nanagoskara" [139]
"Thangali"
Kirik Party "Neenire Saniha"
Kotigobba 2 "Saaluthillave"
Mungaru Male 2 "Kanasalu"

Malayalam[edit]

Ghoshal has received two awards from eight nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2009 Banaras "Chandhu Thottille" Won [140]
2011 Pranayam "Paattil Ee Paattil" [141]
Rathinirvedam "Kannoram Chinkaram" Nominated
Veeraputhran "Kannodu Kannoram"
Khaddama "Vidhuramee Yathra"
2014 Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu "Wahida" (Female Version) [142]
How Old Are You? "Vijanathayil"
2015 Charlie "Puthumazhayayi" [143]

Tamil[edit]

Ghoshal has received an award from four nominations.

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2013 Song of the year Kumki "Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala"
(along with K. G. Ranjjth, Yugabharathi & D. Imman)
Nominated [144]
[145]
Song of the year - Listener's choice Won
2016 Female vocalist of the year Rekka "Kanna Kaattu Podhum" Nominated [146]
Thodari "Oorellam Kekkude"

Telugu[edit]

Ghoshal has received one award seven nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2011 Mr. Perfect "Chali Chali" Won [147]
2013 Sukumarudu "Neelakashamlo" Nominated
2014 Yevadu "Nee Jathaga" [148]
Manam "Chinni Chinni Aasalu"
2015 Rudhramadevi "Punnami Puvvayi Vikasistunna" [149]
Kanche "Nijamenan Nijamenan"
2016 Oka Manasu "O Manasa" [150]

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 American Academy Awards. Ghoshal has received four awards.

Year Language Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2002 Hindi Devdas "Bairi Piya" Won [151]
2005 Paheli "Dheere Jalna" [152]
2007 Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" [153]
2008 Bengali Antaheen "Pherari Mon" [154]
Marathi Jogwa "Jeev Rangala"

RMIM Puraskaar[edit]

The RMIM Puraskaar borrows its name from the news group rec.music.indian.misc, the oldest community of Hindi Film Music lovers on the net. These awards voice the opinion of HFM listeners scattered all over the Internet including on forums, groups, blogs, and social networks. Shreya Ghoshal has won twelve awards from twenty-five nominations in different categories till date.

Year Category Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2007 Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won [155]
2008 Best Sung Duet Song Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore"
(along with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan)
Nominated [156]
Haal-e-Dil "Haal-e-Dil"
(along with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan)
Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won
Best Sung Group Song Pranali "Sakhiyaan"
(along with Mahalakshmi Iyer, Sunidhi Chauhan, Richa Sharma)
Nominated
2009 Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won [157]
Best Sung Duet Song Morning Walk "Meethi Meethi Baatein"
(along with Shaan)
Nominated
2011 Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won [158]
Best Sung Duet Song Aarakshan "Kaun Si Dor"
(along with Chhannulal Mishra)
Shor in the City "Saibo"
(along with Tochi Raina)
Nominated
The Dirty Picture "Ooh La La"
(along with Bappi Lahiri)
2012 Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won [159]
Best Sung Duet Song Barfi! "Aashiyan"
(along with Nikhil Paul George)
Satish Kalra Sammaan (along with the musical team of Barfi!)
2013 Best Sung Duet Song Bhaag Milkha Bhaag "O Rangrez"
(along with Javed Bashir)
Nominated [160]
2014 Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won [161]
Best Sung Duet Song Bobby Jasoos "Tu"
(along with Papon)
Nominated
2015 Female Singer of the Year Overall performance during the year Won [162]
Best Sung Solo Song Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" Nominated
Best Sung Duet Song "Mohe Rang Do Laal"
(along with Pandit Birju Maharaj)
Won
Jaanisaar "Champayi Rang Yaar Aajaye"
(along with Shafqat Ali Khan)
Nominated
Bajirao Mastani "Pinga"
(along with Vaishali Mhade)
Satish Kalra Sammaan (along with the musical team of Bajirao Mastani) Won
2016 Best Sung Duet Song Wazir "Tere Bin"
(along with Sonu Nigam)
Nominated [163]
2017 Best Sung Solo Song Naam Shabana "Rozana" [164]

Screen Awards[edit]

The Screen Awards honour excellence of cinematic achievements in the Hindi film industry. Ghoshal has won six awards from fourteen nominations. She holds the record of maximum awards in Best Female Playback category.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2004 Jism "Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai" Won [165]
2006 Parineeta "Piyu Bole" [166]
2007 Omkara "O Saathi Re" Nominated
2008 Guru "Barso Re" Won [167]
Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" Nominated
2009 Singh Is Kinng "Teri Ore" [168]
2010 3 Idiots "Zoobi Doobi" [169]
2011 I Hate Luv Storys "Bahara" Won [170]
My Name Is Khan "Noor E Khuda" Nominated
2012 The Dirty Picture "Ooh Laa La" Won [171]
2013 Student of the Year "Radha" Nominated [172]
2014 Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" Won [173]
2018 Half Girlfriend "Thodi Der" Nominated
2019 Padmaavat "Ghoomar"

South Indian International Movie Awards[edit]

The South Indian International Movie Awards, also known as the SIIMA Awards, started in 2012, rewards the artistic and technical achievements of the South Indian film industry. Ghoshal received an award from sixteen nominations.

Kannada[edit]

Ghoshal has received four nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2013 Chingari "Gamanava" Nominated [174]
2015 Ambareesha "Kannale" [175]
2017 Kirik Party "Neenire Saniha"
2018 Mugulu Nage "Ninna Snehadinda"

Malayalam[edit]

Ghoshal has received four nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2013 Chattakkari "Nilave Nilave" Nominated [174]
2015 How Old Are You? "Vijanathayil" [176]
2016 Ennu Ninte Moideen "Kaathirunnu" [177]
2017 10 Kalpanakal "Rithu Shalabhame" [178]

Telugu[edit]

Ghoshal has received an award from six nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2012 Mr. Perfect "Chali Chaliga" Won [179]
2013 Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum "Sai Andri Nanu Sai Antira" Nominated [174]
2014 Naayak "Hey Naayak" [180]
2015 Manam "Chinni Chinni Aasalu" [181]
Yevadu "Nee Jathaga Nenundali"
2016 Kanche "Nijamenani Nammani" [177]

Tamil[edit]

Ghoshal has received three nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2013 Kumki "Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala" Nominated [174]
2015 Kayal "Yen Aala Pakkaporen" [182]
2017 Miruthan "Mirutha Mirutha" [178]
2018 Mersal "Neethanae"

SSE Live Awards[edit]

The SSE Live Awards were started by SSE plc in 2015 to honour the best act/concert of the year at each of their arenas viz SSE Hydro Glasgow, SSE Arena Belfast and SSE Arena Wembley. The winners are decided by the online public voting on SSE Rewards.

Year Category Concert venue Result Ref.
2017 Best Act of the Year The SSE Arena, Wembley Nominated [183]
2018 Best Solo Artist Won [184]

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards[edit]

The Tamil Nadu State Film Awards are the most prestigious film awards given for Tamil films in India. They are given annually to honour the best talents and provide encouragement and incentive to the South Indian film industry by the Government of Tamil Nadu. Ghoshal has received five awards.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2006 Sillunu Oru Kaadhal "Munbe Vaa" Won [185]
2012 Kumki "Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala" [186]

Times of India Film Awards[edit]

The Times of India Film Awards are presented by The Times of India to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Hindi language film industry of India. The award was first held in 2013, then in 2016. Ghoshal has received an award from four nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2013 Barfi! "Aashiyan" Nominated [187]
2016 Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" [188]
"Pinga"
(along with Vaishali Mhade)
"Mohe Rang Do Laal" Won [189]

West Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards[edit]

The West Bengal Film Journalist's Association Awards (WBFJA Awards) are presented by the Bengal Film Journalists' Association, the oldest association of film critics in India, founded in 1937, to acknowledge noteworthy performance in Bengali cinema.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2005 Best Female Playback Singer Shudhu Tumi Won [190]
2006 Shubhodrishti [191]
2019 Ek Je Chhilo Raja - "Esho Hey" Nominated [192]

Zee Cine Awards[edit]

The Zee Cine Awards are presented by Zee Network for the Hindi film industry. The awards were inaugurated in 1998 and include categories decided by public votes and an industry jury. The awards were not presented in 2009, 2010 and 2015. Ghoshal has received seven awards from eighteen nominations. She holds the record of maximum awards in Best Female Playback category.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2003 Devdas "Dola Re Dola"
(along with Kavita Krishnamurthy)
Won [193]
2004 Jism "Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai" Nominated
2006 Parineeta "Piyu Bole" Won [194]
2007 Woh Lamhe "So Jaoon Main" Nominated [195]
2008 Guru "Barso Re" Won [196]
Jab We Met "Yeh Ishq Haye" Nominated
Salaam-e-Ishq "Salaam-e-Ishq"
(along with Sadhana Sargam)
2011 Dabangg "Chori Kiya Re Jiya" [197]
2012 Shor in the City "Saibo" Won
The Dirty Picture "Ooh Laa La" Nominated [198]
Bodyguard "Teri Meri"
2013 Student of the Year "Radha" [199]
Jab Tak Hai Jaan "Saans" Won
2014 Aashiqui 2 "Sunn Raha Hai" [200]
2016 Bajirao Mastani "Deewani Mastani" Nominated [201]
"Pinga"
(along with Vaishali Mhade)
"Mohe Rang Do Laal" Won [202]
2018 Half Girlfriend "Thodi Der" Nominated [203]

Zee Chitra Gaurav Puraskar[edit]

The Zee Chitra Gaurav Puraskar initiated by Zee Marathi are presented annually to reward excellence in Marathi cinema. Ghoshal has received three awards from four nominations.

Year Film Nominated song Result Ref.
2009 Jogwa "Jeev Rangla" Won
2011 Aarambh "Ha Natyancha Khel Andhala"
2016 Nilkanth Master "Adhir Man Jhale" Nominated [204]
2017 Sairat "Aatach Baya Ka Baavarla" Won [205]

Other Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2003 Sansui Award Best Female Playback Singer Devdas – "Dola Re Dola" Won [206]
Stardust Awards New Musical Sensation (Female) [207]
2005 ETV Bangla Film Awards Best Female Playback Singer Overall performance during the year
2009 Suvarna Film Awards Manasaare – "Naa Naguva Modalene"
2010 Gulf Malayalam Music Awards Neelathamara – "Anuragavilochananayi" [206]
BIG Bangla Awards Singer of the Year (Female) Overall performance during the year
2011 Vijay Music Awards Best Female Playback Singer Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa – "Mannipaaya" [208]
Vanitha Film Awards Anwar – "Kizhakku Pookkum"
Kerala Film Critics Association Awards Aagathan – "Manju Mazha" [209]
Vijay Awards Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa – "Mannipaaya"
2012 People's Choice Awards Agneepath – "Chikni Chameli" [210]
MAA Music Awards Mr.Perfect – "Chali Chaliga"
Sri Rama Rajyam – "Seeta Seemantham"
2014 IBNLive Movie Awards Best Female Playback Singer Aashiqui 2 – "Sunn Raha Hai" [211]
Fenil's Half Yearly Awards [212]
2015 Vanitha Film Awards Best Female Playback Singer How Old Are You? – "Vijanathayil"
IBNLive Movie Award Happy New Year – "Manwa Laage" [213]
2016 Koimoi's Bollywood Audience Poll Bajirao Mastani – "Deewani Mastani" [214]
Big Apple Music Awards Most Popular Artist Overall performance during the year Nominated [215]
OSM Awards Musician of the Year [216]
2017 Lux Style Awards Best Female Playback Singer Janaan – "Janaan" (Reprise) [217]
[218]
2018 FilmiBeat Tamil of the Year Bogan-"Vaarai Vaarai"
Puriyatha Puthir-"Mazhaikkulle"
Mersal - "Neethanae"
Won [219]
Edison Awards Mersal - "Neethanae" Nominated [220]
Norway Tamil Film Festival Awards Won [221]
Sony Mix Audience Music Awards Half Girlfriend - "Thodi Der" [222]
Best Duet Toilet: Ek Prem Katha -"Hans Mat Pagli" Nominated
Majja Digital Awards Best Female Playback Singer Deva: Ek Atrangee - "Roj Roj Navyane" [223]
RED FM Tulu Film Awards Pilibail Yamunakka - "Cheepeda Naal Pada" [224]
Artist Aloud Music Awards Best Single (Jury) "Jiya Jaye Na" - Single
(along with Europhia, Palash Sen, Deekshant Sahrawat)
Won [225]
Lokmat Maharashtrian of the Year Performing Arts Deva: Ek Atrangee - "Roj Roj Navyane" [226]
Mazhavil Mango Music Awards Best Female Playback Singer Captain - "Paalthira Paadum" Nominated
daf BAMA Music Awards Best Indian Act Overall performance during the year Pending [227]
Fenil's Half Yearly Awards Best Female Playback Singer Padmaavat - " Ghoomar" Won [228]
Masala! Awards Best Show (Entertainment) Shreya Ghoshal Live in Concert Dubai Nominated [229]
2019 Movie Street Awards Best Female Playback Singer Theevandi - "Jeevamshamayi" Nominated
Captain - "Paalthira Paadum"
Sony Mix Audience Music Awards Padmaavat - " Ghoomar" Pending [230]
Best Duet Dhadak - "Dhadak" [231]

Other Honorary Awards[edit]

Year Award Presenter Citation Ref.
2010 Swaralaya Kairali Yesudas Award Sarwalaya & Kairali TV "For her outstanding performance in Malayalam Cinema" [232]
2015 Serar Sera Bengali Award North American Bengali Conference [233]

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