List of awards and nominations received by Aishwarya Rai

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Aishwarya Rai awards and nominations
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Bachchan at the 55th Filmfare Awards
Totals[lower-alpha 1]
Wins220
Nominations68
Note
  1. Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (born 1 November 1973) is an Indian film actress and former model. She has been called the "most beautiful woman in the world",[1][2] Rai won the Miss India and Miss World pageants in 1994.[3][4] After a brief stint with modeling, Rai made her cinematic debut through the 1997 Tamil film Iruvar, a semi-biographical political drama, directed by Mani Ratnam.[5] She followed with Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, that marked her Bollywood debut and Jeans, her first commercial success.[5] The latter India's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for the year 1998.[6] As of January 2022, she has received two awards each at the Filmfare Awards, and numerous times at Screen Awards, and IIFA Awards ceremonies for her on-screen performances.

In 1999 Rai received critical acclaim and several awards in the "Best Actress" category for her performances in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Taal; both films earned her a Filmfare Best Actress nomination with the former fetching her the award.[7] The following year, she acted in Yash Chopra's Mohabbatein. The film gained her a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination—her only nomination in the category till date—and was among the highest-grossing films released that year. Rai received her second Best Actress (Filmfare Award) for her role as "Parvati" in the romantic drama Devdas. After a brief hiatus, she acted in Dhoom 2 (2006). The film featuring an ensemble cast was her first major commercial success post the release of Devdas. Rai was appointed the member of the jury of the 2003 Cannes Film Festival; she was the first Indian actress to represent her country as a jury member in the festival.[8][9] The next year, she collaborated with Mani Ratnam for the second time in his biographical film, Guru. She portrayed the role of her future husband Abhishek Bachchan's wife gaining her a seventh "Best Actress" nomination. Rai's portrayal as "Jodha Bai" in the 2008 epic film Jodhaa Akbar earned her another Filmfare nomination. In 2010, she made a comeback to Tamil film industry through Mani Ratnam's Raavanan and Shankar's science fiction film Enthiran.[5][Note 1] Rai was nominated for the Best Actress for the ninth time when she was cast in Guzaarish; her third collaboration with Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The film remains her last film to date.[11]

She won Most Glamorous Star of the Year which is shared with Hrithik Roshan for Dhoom 2 in 2007. She won the Outstanding Achievement in International Cinema at Awards of the International Indian Film Academy in 2009. She has won numerous times at the International Indian Film Academy Awards, Star Screen Awards, Zee Cine Awards, and others. In 2009 Rai was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth-highest Indian civilian award, for her contributions to Indian cinema.[12][13] Later that year she was declared the Female Star of The Decade at the tenth International Indian Film Academy Awards, held in Macau.[14] In December 2010 she was declared the "Actress of the Decade" at the BIG Star Entertainment Awards.[15] In March 2011 Rai was honoured by Karnataka Chief Minister B. S. Yeddyurappa at World Kannada Meet (Vishwa Kannada Sammelana) for her contributions to the arts.[16] Later that month she was presented with the "Decade of Global Achievement Honour" by FICCI.[17] In 2012, she finally accepted the second-highest Order of France, Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.[12][18] Earlier she refused it because her father was suffering from a serious illness, and she wanted her whole family to attend the award ceremony.[18][19]

In a poll conducted by HollywoodBuzz, to find "Top 30 World's Most Beautiful Women of 2014", Aishwarya Rai made it to the fourth position winning over 4 million polls worldwide.[20][21] During the Miss World 2014 award ceremony, Rai was presented with a special "Lifetime beauty with a purpose" award for charitable work.[22]

National Honours and Recognitions[edit | edit source]

Miss World[edit | edit source]

Miss World is "The World's Oldest Running International Beauty Pageant". It was created in the United Kingdom by Eric Morley in 1951. Since Morley's death in 2000, Morley's widow, Julia Morley, has co-chaired the pageant.[72] This pageant is one of the Big Four international beauty pageants—the most coveted beauty titles when it comes to international pageant competitions.[73][74][75]

Winner

Miss India[edit | edit source]

Miss India or Femina Miss India is a national beauty pageant in India that annually selects representatives to compete in Miss World, one of the Big Four major international beauty pageants.[85] It is organised by Femina, a women's magazine published by The Times Group. Since 2013, Femina also organizes Miss Diva separately which sends representatives to Miss Universe.[86]

Winner

  • 1994 – Miss India World
  • 1994 – Miss Photogenic
  • 1994 – Miss Perfect Ten
  • 1994 – Miss Catwalk
  • 1994 – Miss Popular
  • 1994 – Miss Miraculous

Anandalok Puraskar Awards[edit | edit source]

Anandalok Puraskar Awards or Anandalok Puraskar (Bengali: আনন্দলোক পুরস্কার )[87][88] ceremony is one of the most prominent film events given for Bengali Cinemas in India.[88] The Anandalok, only film magazine in Bengali language, published from Ananda Publishers and Ananda Bazar Patrika presents this Award (Puraskar).

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2003 Chokher Bali Anandalok Best Actress Award Won
2010 Raavan Anandalok Award for Best Actress (Hindi) Won [89]

BIG Star Entertainment Awards[edit | edit source]

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, theatre and dance. The award is touted to be a completely viewer driven award where in audience participation right from nominations to the final winners through SMS and online voting across the categories is used for deciding the winners.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2010 Guzaarish Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Nominated [90]
N/A Film Actor of Decade – Female Won [91]
2015 Jazbaa Best Actor in an Action Role – Male / Female Nominated [92]
2017[lower-alpha 1] Sarbjit Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Nominated [94]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Drama Film – Female Won [95]
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Film – Female Won [95]

Bollywood Movie Awards[edit | edit source]

The Bollywood Movie Awards was an annual film award ceremony held between 1999 and 2007 in Long Island, New York, United States, celebrating films and actors from the Bollywood film industry based in Mumbai, India.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2000[lower-alpha 2] Taal Bollywood Movie Award – Best Actress Won [96]
Bollywood Movie Award – Best Actress in a Sensational Role Won [96]
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam Bollywood Movie Award – Critics Award Female Won [96]
2001 Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai Bollywood Movie Award – Best Actress Nominated [97]
2003 Devdas Won [98]
2007 Dhoom 2 Nominated [99]

Filmfare Awards[edit | edit source]

The Filmfare Awards aka Clares are presented annually by The Times Group to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals. The Filmfare ceremony is one of the oldest film events in India.[100][101][102] The awards were first introduced in 1954, the same year as the National Film Awards. Rai has won 2 awards from 11 nominations.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2000 Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam Filmfare Award for Best Actress Won [103]
Taal Nominated [104]
2001 Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai Nominated [105]
Mohabbatein Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated [106]
2003 Devdas Filmfare Award for Best Actress Won [107]
2005 Raincoat Nominated [108]
2007 Dhoom 2 Nominated [109]
2008 Guru Nominated [110]
2009 Jodhaa Akbar Nominated [111]
2011 Guzaarish Nominated [112]
2017 Sarbjit Nominated [113]

Indian Film Festival of Melbourne[edit | edit source]

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) is an annual Indian film festival based in Melbourne, Australia. It is presented by Film Victoria and the State Government of Victoria, and produced by Mind Blowing Films, a Melbourne-based distributor of Indian cinema across Australia and New Zealand. Founded in 2010, the festival was previously called Bollywood & Beyond, and from 2012 was re-established as an initiative of the Victorian Coalition Government Victorian Government that aims to strengthen ties between the Indian film industry and Victoria.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2017 N/A Westpac IFFM Excellence in Global Cinema Won [114]

International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit | edit source]

The International Indian Film Academy Awards (also known as the IIFA Awards) are a set of awards presented annually by the International Indian Film Academy to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in Bollywood, the Hindi language film industry. Instituted in 2000, the ceremony is held in different countries around the world every year. Rai has won 2 competitive awards out of 6 nominations; and has also won 4 non-competitive awards.[115]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2000 Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam IIFA Award for Best Actress Won [116]
2003 Devdas Won [117]
2005 N/A Global Indian Media Personality[lower-alpha 3] Won [118]
2007 Dhoom 2 IIFA Award for Best Actress Nominated [119]
N/A IIFA Award for Most Glamorous Star of the Year Won [120]
2008 Guru IIFA Award for Best Actress Nominated [121]
IIFA Award for Best Acting – Female Won [122]
2009 Jodhaa Akbar IIFA Award for Best Actress Nominated [123]
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam & Devdas Star of the Decade – Female Won [124]
N/A Outstanding Achievement In International Cinema Won [124]
2011 Guzaarish IIFA Award for Best Actress Nominated [125]

Producers Guild Film Awards[edit | edit source]

The Producers Guild Film Awards (previously known as the Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award) is an accolade given by the Apsara Producers Guild to recognize excellence in Indian film and television.[126] Aishwarya Rai won 2 awards and 3 nominations.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2008 Guru Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [127]
2009 Jodhaa Akbar Nominated [128]
2011 Guzaarish Nominated [129]
Producers Guild Film Award for Cinematic Excellence – Female Won [130]
2013 N/A Hindustan Times Outstanding Contribution to Society along with Abhishek Bachchan Won [131]

Screen Awards[edit | edit source]

The Screen Awards, is an annual awards ceremony held in India honouring professional excellence in the Bollywood Film Industry. The nomination and award selection is done by a panel of distinguished professionals from the industry.It was originally called the Screen Awards.[132] Aishwarya Rai won 7 Awards from 18 nominations.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
1998 Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya Screen Award for Best Female Debut Won [133]
2000 Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam Screen Award for Best Actress Won [134]
Taal Nominated
2001 Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai Nominated [135]
2003 Devdas Won [136]
Screen Award for Jodi No. 1 (shared with Shah Rukh Khan) Won
2005 Raincoat Screen Award for Best Actress Nominated
2007 Dhoom 2 Nominated [137]
2008 Guru Nominated [138]
2009 Jodhaa Akbar Nominated [139]
Screen Award for Best Actress (Popular Choice) Won [140]
2011 Guzaarish Screen Award for Best Actress Nominated [141]
Screen Award for Jodi No. 1 (shared with Hrithik Roshan) Won [142]
2016[lower-alpha 4] Jazbaa Screen Award for Best Actress Nominated
2016[lower-alpha 5] Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated

Stardust Award[edit | edit source]

The Stardust Awards is an award ceremony for Hindi movies, which is sponsored by Stardust magazine.[143][144] The first ceremony was held in 2004 for films released in 2003.[143][144] Aishwarya Rai won 4 awards and 9 nominations.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2005 Raincoat Stardust Award for Actor of the Year – Female Nominated
2007 Dhoom 2 Won [145]
2008 Guru Nominated [146]
2009 Jodhaa Akbar Nominated [147]
Sarkar Raj Nominated [147]
2011 Guzaarish Nominated [148]
Stardust Award for Best Actress in a Drama Won [149]
2015 Jazbaa Power–Packed Performance of the Year Won [150]
2016 Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Stardust Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated [151]
Sarbjit Stardust Award for Performer of the Year – Female Won [152]

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards[edit | edit source]

The Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards (WAFCA) is a group of film critics based in Washington, D.C. and founded in 2002. WAFCA is composed of nearly 50 DC-based film critics from television, radio, print, and internet.[153] Annually, the group gives awards to the best in film as selected by its members by vote.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2005 Bride and Prejudice Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated [154]

Zee Cine Awards[edit | edit source]

The Zee Cine Awards (ZCA) is an awards ceremony for the Hindi film industry. Aishwarya Rai won 6 awards and 10 nominations.

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2000 Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam Zee Cine Award for Best Actor – Female Won [155]
Taal Nominated [156]
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Taal Lux Face of the Year Won [157]
2001 Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai Zee Cine Award for Best Actor – Female Nominated [158]
2003 Devdas Won [159]
N/A True Indian Beauty Award Won [159]
2005 Raincoat Zee Cine Critics Award for Best Actor – Female Won [160]
2007 Umrao Jaan Zee Cine Award for Best Actor – Female Nominated [161]
2008 Guru Nominated [162]
2011 Guzaarish Zee Cine Award for Best Actor – Female Nominated [163]
Zee Cine Critics Award for Best Actor – Female Won [164]
N/A International Female Icon Nominated [163]

International Film Festival and Awards of Australia[edit | edit source]

Winner

Sansui Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

HT Most Stylish Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

Vogue Beauty Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

HELLO! Hall of Fame Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

GQ Men of The Year Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

NDTV Indian of the Year Awards[edit | edit source]

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Femina Beauty Awards[edit | edit source]

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Cosmopolitan Awards[edit | edit source]

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Other Awards[edit | edit source]

Winner

  • 2000 – Screen Videocon Best Actress Award – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam[187]
  • 2000 – Priyadarshini International Award category Best Actress – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
  • 2000 – Rupa Filmgoers Millennium Best Actress Award – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
  • 2000 – Stardust Millenium Best Actress Award – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
  • 2001 – BWSX Fantasy Award Best Supporting Actress – Mohabbatein
  • 2002 – RACE Award Best Actress – Devdas[188]
  • 2004 – F Awards-For Excellence in Indian Fashion – Female Celebrity Model of the Year
  • 2005 – MTV Immies – Best Performance in a Song ("Kajra Re")
  • 2006 – Zee Astitva Awards – Outstanding Contribution to Cinema [189]
  • 2007 – MTV Lycra Style Awards – Most Stylish Female for Dhoom 2 [190]
  • 2007 – MTV Lycra Style Awards – Most Stylish Couple along with Hrithik Roshan for Dhoom 2 [190]
  • 2008 – Central European Bollywood Awards Best Actress Award – Guru[191]
  • 2008 – Reebok Zoom Glam Awards – Glam Couple Award along with Abhishek Bachchan[192]
  • 2009 – Indian Youth Icon Awards – Global Face of the Year[193]
  • 2010 – Masala Awards – Global Artist Of The Year [194]
  • 2010 – DNA India Style Awards – Beauty Icon Award [195]
  • 2011 – Big Ima Music Awards – The best Visualized Female Song – Udi Guzaarish
  • 2017 – Lions Gold Awards – Best Actress of the Year for Sarbjit [196]

Media Honours and Recognitions[edit | edit source]

  • 2005 – Voted The Most Desired Dream Date.
  • 2006 – Ranked 1st in BollySpice.com Magazine's list of "Top 10 Actresses of 2006".[197]
  • 2009 – A poll conducted by the newspaper Daily News and Analysis, she was voted as one of India's most popular icons.[198]
  • 2010 – Ranked 2nd in The Times of India's "50 most desirable women" [199]
  • 2011 – Ranked 9th in The Times of India's "50 most desirable women".[200]
  • 2012 – Voted as the best-dressed celebrity on the red carpet in an online survey conducted by Yahoo! India.[201][202]
  • 2012 – On Mother's Day 2012, Rai Voted as "Ideal Celebrity Mother in Bollywood".[203]
  • 2013 – The Best of Filmfare – Iconic women who shaped our movie dreams.[204]
  • 2014 – Most searched "Successful Indian Woman" on Google.[205]
  • 2015 – Voted as "The Most Yummiest Mummy" with 72% votes as Yummiest mummy in Bollywood.[206]
  • 2015 – Voted as "Best Dressed" at Cannes 2015 with 50.53% votes.[207]
  • 2016 – "Most Successful Woman Achiever" in business/entrepreneur by Outlook Business Magazine.[208]
  • 2017 – Filmfare "Most Powerful Girl of Showbiz" in Bollywood.[209]
  • 2019 – 2019 Cannes Film Festival Best Dressed Readers’ Choice [210]
  • 2019 - Ranked sixth India Most Trusted Personality List 2019 by TRA in actor (female) category [211][212]
  • 2020- Ranked thirteenth in the overall list Actor category of India Most Trusted Personality List TRA.[213][214]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. as Big ZEE Entertainment Awards.[93]
  2. as Zee Gold Bollywood Awards.
  3. Presented by the city of Amsterdam
  4. Held on 8 January 2016.
  5. Held on 4 December 2016.
  1. Raavanan was made separately in Hindi and released as Raavan.[10]

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