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Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(pronounced [ʃaːɦɪd̪ kəˈpuːr]; born 25 February 1981), also known as Shahid Khattar, is an Indian actor who appears in Hindi films. Cited in the media as one of the most attractive Indian celebrities, Kapoor maintains his popularity despite a fluctuating career trajectory. Initially recognised for portraying romantic roles, Kapoor has since taken on parts in action films and thrillers. He is the recipient of several awards, including three Filmfare
Filmfare
Awards. The son of actors Pankaj Kapur
Pankaj Kapur
and Neelima Azeem, Kapoor was born in New Delhi. His parents separated when he was three, and he continued living with his mother. They moved to Mumbai when he was 10, where he joined Shiamak Davar's dance academy. Kapoor appeared as a background dancer in a few films of the 1990s, and was later featured in music videos and television commercials. He made his film debut in 2003 with a leading role in the romantic comedy Ishq Vishk, a sleeper hit for which he won a Filmfare
Filmfare
Award for Best Male Debut. He followed it with roles in several commercial failures before starring in Sooraj Barjatya's top-grossing family drama Vivah
Vivah
(2006). Kapoor earned nominations for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for portraying a troubled businessman in Imtiaz Ali's romantic comedy Jab We Met (2007) and twin brothers in Vishal Bhardwaj's caper thriller Kaminey
Kaminey
(2009). After appearing in another series of box office flops, he starred in the commercially successful action film R... Rajkumar (2013). Kapoor received critical acclaim for portraying the Hamlet character in Bhardwaj's tragedy Haider (2014) and a drug abusing singer in the crime drama Udta Punjab
Udta Punjab
(2016). For the former, he won a Filmfare Award for Best Actor and for the latter, he won a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor. Kapoor's highest-grossing release came in 2018 with the period drama Padmaavat, in which he played Rawal Ratan Singh. In addition to acting, Kapoor supports charities, hosts award ceremonies, and has featured as a talent judge on the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa
Reloaded (2015). He is married to the homemaker Mira Rajput, with whom he has a daughter.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Acting career

2.1 Early work (2003–05) 2.2 Breakthrough (2006–09) 2.3 Commercial fluctuations (2010–13) 2.4 Awards success and controversial films (2014–present)

3 Personal life and off-screen work 4 In the media 5 Accolades 6 References 7 External links

Early life Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
was born in New Delhi
New Delhi
on 25 February 1981 to actor Pankaj Kapur
Pankaj Kapur
and actor-dancer Neelima Azeem.[1][2] His parents divorced when he was three years old; his father shifted to Mumbai (and married the actress Supriya Pathak) and Kapoor continued living in Delhi with his mother and maternal grandparents.[3][4] His grandparents were journalists for the Russian magazine Sputnik, and Kapoor was particularly fond of his grandfather: "He would walk me to school every single day. He would talk to me about dad, with whom he shared a great relationship, and read out his letters to me."[3] His father, who was then a struggling actor in Mumbai, would visit Kapoor only once a year on his birthday.[3] When Kapoor was 10, his mother, who was working as a dancer, moved to Mumbai to work as an actress.[3] In Mumbai, Azeem went on to marry the actor Rajesh Khattar.[4] Kapoor continued living with his mother and Khattar, until they separated in 2001.[4] Kapoor continues to use the last name Khattar on his passport.[5] He has a maternal half-brother, Ishaan, from his mother's marriage to Khattar.[4] From his father's marriage to Pathak, he has two paternal half-siblings.[6] Kapoor was educated at the Gyan Bharati School in Delhi and Rajhans Vidyalaya in Mumbai.[7] He later attended Mumbai's Mithibai College
Mithibai College
for three years.[8] Kapoor was interested in dance from an early age, and at the age of 15, he joined Shiamak Davar's dance institute.[9] As a student there, Kapoor appeared as a background dancer in the films Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) and Taal (1999), in which Davar served as choreographer.[9] During a stage show at the institute, Kapoor performed in the songs "Vogue" and "GoldenEye" to a positive response from the audience; he described the experience as the first time that he "felt like a star".[9] He later became an instructor at the institute.[9] During this time, Kapoor accompanied a friend to an audition for a Pepsi commercial featuring the stars Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol
Kajol
and Rani Mukerji, but wound up with the part himself.[3] He appeared in television commercials for the brands Kit Kat
Kit Kat
and Close-Up, among others, and featured in music videos for several performers, including the band Aryans and the singer Kumar Sanu.[10] Kapoor also took on the job of an assistant director to his father on the 1998 television series Mohandas B.A.L.L.B.[10][11] Acting career See also: Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
filmography Early work (2003–05)

Kapoor in 2004

Having noticed Kapoor in the Aryans' music video "Aankhon Mein", the producer Ramesh Taurani
Ramesh Taurani
was keen to cast him in a film.[12] However, upon meeting him, Taurani thought Kapoor, who was 20 years old at the time, to be too young and underweight to become an actor, and encouraged him to wait for a few years.[3] Kapoor, meanwhile, turned down a lead role in N. Chandra's sex comedy Style in hopes of working with Taurani.[12] Taurani found a suitable project for Kapoor in the teenage romance Ishq Vishk
Ishq Vishk
(2003), which Ken Ghosh
Ken Ghosh
was directing for his company. Kapoor, who trained extensively for a bulkier physical build, was eventually hired.[12] Before beginning work on the film, he attended acting workshops with Naseeruddin Shah
Naseeruddin Shah
and Satyadev Dubey.[10] Ishq Vishk
Ishq Vishk
tells the story of Rajiv Mathur (Kapoor), a high-school student who engages in a romantic affair with two classmates of contrasting personalities (played by Amrita Rao
Amrita Rao
and Shenaz Treasurywala). Kapoor was attracted to the idea of playing an unlikable lead since it was a departure from the traditional portrayal of teenage heroes in Indian films.[13] Writing for The Hindu, the critic Ziya Us Salam did not find him to be "hero material", adding that "boyhood seems to have overstayed on his face – but he is not necessarily bad in the acting department."[14] The film, however, proved to be a sleeper hit at the box office and won Kapoor the Filmfare
Filmfare
Award for Best Male Debut.[15][16] Following his debut, Kapoor reunited with Ghosh in a film he considered to be drastically different from Ishq Vishk.[15] The thriller Fida
Fida
(2004) featured him as a love-struck student who is manipulated by a woman (Kareena Kapoor) and her lover (Fardeen Khan) to rob a bank. Despite criticising the film, Rama Sharma of The Tribune wrote that Kapoor "shines in his role. He looks fresh. As an impulsive emotional and innocent guy, who is sucked into crime because of these very qualities, he manages to evoke your sympathies."[17] Later that year, Kapoor appeared in the romantic comedy Dil Maange More in which he was paired opposite three women: Soha Ali Khan, Tulip Joshi, and Ayesha Takia. Patcy N of Rediff.com
Rediff.com
praised his dancing skills but was wary of his imitation of Shah Rukh Khan's acting style.[18] Both his 2004 releases were commercially unsuccessful.[19] The series of poorly received films continued in 2005, when all three of Kapoor's films failed at the box office.[20] His first two releases that year were the comedies Deewane Huye Paagal
Deewane Huye Paagal
and Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi!, both of which were largely panned.[21] The former was plagiarised from the Hollywood film There's Something About Mary
There's Something About Mary
in which Kapoor played one of Rimi Sen's love interests; the critic Khalid Mohamed found Kapoor to be "the only likeable element in this travesty" but Namrata Joshi of Outlook labelled him "colourless" and criticised his pairing with Sen.[22][23] His final role was that of a righteous teenager drawn towards a life of indulgence in John Matthew Matthan's drama Shikhar, co-starring Ajay Devgan, Bipasha Basu
Bipasha Basu
and Amrita Rao. The critic Sukanya Verma found Kapoor to be miscast as a village boy in the film, but noted that he was "never short of spontaneity and youthful exuberance".[24] Breakthrough (2006–09)

Shahid and Kareena Kapoor
Kareena Kapoor
at the audio launch of 36 China Town
36 China Town
in 2006

In 2006, Kapoor played opposite Kareena Kapoor
Kareena Kapoor
in two films—the thriller 36 China Town
36 China Town
and the comedy Chup Chup Ke.[25] In 36 China Town, a murder mystery from the director duo Abbas–Mustan, Kapoor starred as one of the seven suspects in the murder of an heiress, and in the Priyadarshan-directed Chup Chup Ke, he played a depressed man who pretends to be deaf and mute. The former was his first commercial success since Ishq Vishk.[26] Greater success came to Kapoor later that year when he starred alongside Amrita Rao
Amrita Rao
in Sooraj Barjatya's romantic drama Vivah, a film depicting an arranged marriage. Made on a shoestring budget of ₹100 million (US$1.5 million), the film earned over ₹530 million (US$8.1 million) worldwide, and proved to be Kapoor's highest-grossing film to that point.[27][28] Reviews of the film, however, were negative; Raja Sen termed the film a "nightmare" and wrote that Kapoor "isn't offensively bad, doesn't ham it up like crazy, or speak in a weird accent. Having said that, he isn't an actor at all, standing around working on his boyish grin, simply chewing up the scenery. No screen presence at all."[29] Kapoor found no success in his first release of 2007—the ensemble comedy Fool & Final.[30] However, his second release that year, the Imtiaz Ali-directed romantic comedy Jab We Met
Jab We Met
proved to be one of the top-grossing films of the year.[30] The film tells the story of a troubled businessman (Kapoor) whose life undergoes a series of changes after he encounters a loquacious girl (Kareena Kapoor) on a train ride. Ali thought that Kapoor's previous roles failed to justify his acting potential, and thus approached him to portray a more complex character.[31] The BBC
BBC
noted on how "endearing" he was in the film and Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN
CNN-IBN
wrote that he left an "indelible impression with a performance that is understated and mature" in a film he thought primarily belonged to Kareena Kapoor.[32][33] For his performance, Kapoor received his first nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[16] After featuring opposite Vidya Balan
Vidya Balan
in the romantic comedy Kismat Konnection (2008), Kapoor played twin brothers, one with a lisp and the other with a stutter, in Vishal Bhardwaj's critically acclaimed caper thriller Kaminey
Kaminey
(2009).[34][35] In preparation, Kapoor met speech specialists and researched on the medical and mental aspects of the two conditions.[36] To create a lean physique for one of the brothers, a look he considered to be "radically different" from his personal appearance, Kapoor practiced functional training and followed a rigorous diet.[36][37] Writing for Variety, critic Joe Leydon reviewed that Kapoor "impressively displays sufficiently variegated degrees of emotional intensity to sustain the illusion of two distinct characters. Just as important, he provides each sibling an appropriately elevated hunkiness quotient."[38] Rediff.com
Rediff.com
listed Kapoor's performance as the best by a Bollywood
Bollywood
actor in 2009 and he received a second Best Actor nomination at Filmfare.[16][39] Kaminey earned over ₹700 million (US$11 million) worldwide.[28] Kapoor's final release of 2009 was as a cricketer in Dil Bole Hadippa!, a romantic comedy co-starring Rani Mukerji. It was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, but was a financial failure.[40][41] Commercial fluctuations (2010–13)

Kapoor and co-star Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra
promoting Teri Meri Kahaani
Teri Meri Kahaani
in 2012

In 2010, Kapoor reteamed with Ken Ghosh
Ken Ghosh
in Chance Pe Dance, a comedy-drama about a struggling actor, in which Kapoor's performance was described as "uneven" by Aniruddha Guha of Daily News and Analysis.[42] He had a supporting role in Paathshaala, a drama about the education system in India, starring Nana Patekar,[43] following which he starred in Yash Raj Films' Badmaash Company, a comedy-drama about a group of overambitious youngsters who become con men. Rachel Saltz of The New York Times
The New York Times
praised Kapoor's look in the film, though Tushar Joshi of Mid Day
Mid Day
thought that he was miscast.[44][45] Kapoor's fourth and final release that year was Satish Kaushik's romantic comedy Milenge Milenge, which marked his fourth collaboration with Kareena Kapoor.[46] Plagiarised from the Hollywood film Serendipity, the production was delayed since 2005.[47] During its production in December 2004 at Phuket, Kapoor requested a delay in filming to attend the premiere of Dil Maange More. The delay may have saved the lives of the crew, since the hotel booked for them was destroyed during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.[48] With the exception of Badmaash Company, none of these films performed well commercially.[49] Kapoor next appeared in his father's directorial Mausam (2011); co-starring Sonam Kapoor, the star-crossed romance set over a decade, took two years to complete.[50] Considering the film to be his "dream project", Kapoor did not take on additional work while filming for it.[3] For his role as an unambitious village boy who becomes an air force pilot, Kapoor trained to fly the F-16 Fighting Falcon.[51] Rajeev Masand reviewed that "while he doesn’t quite cut it as a convincing IAF pilot, Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
is terrific as the small-town brat".[52] The film was a box office flop and Kapoor was later regretful for spending so much time on the project.[53] The following year, Kapoor took on another romantic role in Kunal Kohli's Teri Meri Kahaani
Teri Meri Kahaani
(2012), co-starring Priyanka Chopra. It tells the story of a pair of star-crossed lovers who are reincarnated in three different eras. Filmfare
Filmfare
reviewed that "Shahid and Priyanka give it their best shot, but their charm doesn’t make up for the absence of a genuine kahani [story]".[54] The comedy Phata Poster Nikhla Hero from director Rajkumar Santoshi
Rajkumar Santoshi
was Kapoor's first release of 2013. His role was that of Vishwas Rao, a struggling actor who masquerades as a policeman. Critical reviews on the film were negative, though Kapoor's performance was praised.[55] As with his last few releases, the film earned little at the box office leading trade analysts to question his commercial appeal.[56] This changed later that year, when he starred in Prabhu Deva's action film R... Rajkumar; despite a negative critical reception, the film earned over ₹995 million (US$15 million) worldwide, becoming Kapoor's highest-grossing release to that point.[57][58] In a scathing review, Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV
NDTV
called the film a "massive mess" and wrote that Kapoor "ends up looking more moronic than macho" in it.[59] Kapoor suffered from burn injuries on his back and hands while filming a stunt sequence in R... Rajkumar.[60] Awards success and controversial films (2014–present) Kapoor next reunited with director Vishal Bhardwaj
Vishal Bhardwaj
to film Haider (2014), an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet
Hamlet
set during the Kashmir conflict
Kashmir conflict
of 1995, in which he played the titular role opposite Tabu and Shraddha Kapoor. Kapoor described the film as the "toughest" of his career, and waived his fees to star in it.[61][62] For the role, he shaved his head and learned to speak in a Kashmiri dialect.[63][64] Haider garnered critical acclaim, though was controversial among Indian nationalists for its portrayal of the conflict in Kashmir.[65][66] Sanjukta Sharma of Mint found the film to be an "immensely effective reimagination of Shakespeare" and particularly praised Kapoor for playing his part with "impressive zest and inventiveness".[67] Writing for Hindustan Times, critic Anupama Chopra wrote that Kapoor initially seemed uncomfortable in the complex central role, but added that he "slowly [...] comes to inhabit Haider, veering from rage to jealousy to madness in a heartbeat."[68] Kapoor won several awards for the role, including the Screen Award, Producers Guild Film Award and Filmfare
Filmfare
Award for Best Actor.[69][70][71]

Kapoor promoting Haider in 2014. He won the Filmfare
Filmfare
Award for Best Actor for the film.

The year 2015 saw Kapoor feature as a talent judge on the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa
Reloaded.[72] His sole film release that year was opposite Alia Bhatt
Alia Bhatt
in Vikas Bahl's Shaandaar, a romantic comedy about two insomniacs who fall in love during a destination wedding.[73] Despite high expectations from trade analysts, the film earned negative reviews and emerged as a commercial failure.[74] Kapoor next took on the role of a drug abusing rock star in Udta Punjab (2016), a crime drama from the director Abhishek Chaubey
Abhishek Chaubey
that documents the substance abuse endemic in the Indian state of Punjab. Kapoor, a teetotaler, found it challenging to play a character who he deemed to be "all about addiction".[75] He based the role on several pop stars, and was particularly interested in bringing out the character's hidden vulnerability despite his obnoxious actions.[75] Udta Punjab
Udta Punjab
generated controversy when the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) demanded extensive censorship before its theatrical release, citing that the portrayal of Punjab in it was negative.[76] The demands sparked a broad debate about the freedom of expression in India.[76] After the producers of the film filed lawsuit against the board, the Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court
cleared the film for exhibition with a single scene cut, in which Kapoor's character is shown urinating on people.[77] In a highly positive review, Sukanya Verma took note of the film's anti-drug message; in addition, she considered Kapoor to be "spectacularly unbridled" in his part and added that "the believability he brings to his complex transition while preserving his inherent flakiness deserves all the praise".[78] Kapoor won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor (shared with Manoj Bajpayee
Manoj Bajpayee
for Aligarh) and received a Best Actor nomination at the same ceremony.[79][80] In his third collaboration with Vishal Bharadwaj, an epic romance set during World War II
World War II
entitled Rangoon (2017), Kapoor played the part of a taciturn soldier who develops a romance with a film actress (played by Kangana Ranaut). Filming was marred by a reported feud between Ranaut and Kapoor, and although they denied the reports, both stars publicly commented against the other.[81] The film received mixed reviews; Rajeev Masand termed the film "overlong, indulgent to the point of exhaustion", but praised Kapoor for playing his part with "remarkable maturity".[82] In addition, Uday Bhatia of Mint was appreciative of the chemistry between Ranaut and Kapoor.[83] Kapoor next played Rawal Ratan Singh, a 14th-century Rajput
Rajput
ruler, in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period drama Padmaavat
Padmaavat
(2018), co-starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. Amid violent protests by right-wing Hindu groups, who speculated that the film distorted historical facts, the film was cleared for release by the CBFC after several modifications were made to it.[84][85] Ankur Pathak of HuffPost
HuffPost
was disappointed in the film's adherence to regressive patriarchal mores and criticised Kapoor for being "a bit too stiff and robotic".[86] Padmaavat
Padmaavat
had a production budget of ₹2 billion (US$31 million), making it the most expensive Hindi film ever made.[87] With a worldwide gross of ₹5.25 billion (US$80 million), it ranks among the highest-grossing Indian films of all time and is the biggest success of Kapoor's career.[88] As of February 2018, Kapoor is filming Batti Gul Meter Chalu, a satire about the lack of electricity in rural India, for which he has hired a language coach to learn a Garhwali dialect.[89][90] He has also committed to reunite with Imtiaz Ali in a yet-untitled project.[91] Personal life and off-screen work Kapoor's personal life is the subject of fervent tabloid reporting in India.[92] During the filming of Fida
Fida
in 2004, he began dating Kareena Kapoor and they both publicly spoke of the relationship.[93][94] They were involved in a well-publicised scandal when Mid Day
Mid Day
published a set of pictures of them kissing in public. Despite claims by the couple that the pictures were fabricated, the newspaper denied any wrongdoing.[95][96] The couple separated in 2007 during the filming of Jab We Met.[97] Since their split, Kapoor decided to keep his personal life away from media attention.[98] However, tabloids speculated on his relationship with several other actresses, including Vidya Balan and Priyanka Chopra.[99]

Kapoor and his wife, Mira Rajput, in 2017

In March 2015, Kapoor spoke of his impending marriage to Mira Rajput, a student from New Delhi, who is 13 years his junior.[100][101][102] The Times of India
The Times of India
reported that Kapoor met Rajput
Rajput
through the religious group Radha Soami Satsang Beas.[103] The couple married at a private ceremony in Gurgaon
Gurgaon
on 7 July 2015,[104] and Rajput
Rajput
gave birth to their daughter, Misha, on 26 August 2016.[105] In addition to acting in films, Kapoor performs on stage and hosts award ceremonies. In 2006, he participated in a world tour, entitled RockStars, in which he performed alongside Kareena Kapoor, John Abraham, Salman Khan
Salman Khan
and three other celebrities.[106][107] From 2010–12, Kapoor has co-hosted three Screen Awards
Screen Awards
ceremonies with Shah Rukh Khan, and from 2012–14 he co-hosted three International Indian Film Academy Awards with either Khan or Farhan Akhtar.[108] Kapoor practices vegetarianism, and credits the author Brian Hines' book Life is Fair for influencing this lifestyle choice.[109][110] He also supports charitable organisations for various causes. In 2010, he took part in a charity event named Superstars Ka Jalwa, which helped generate money for the employees of the Cine and Television Artists Association (CINTAA).[111] Also that year, he lent his support to the NGO Swayamsiddh, which helps children with special needs.[112] The following year, he adopted three villages in support of NDTV's Greenathon, an initiative to support environmental consciousness and improve electricity supplies to rural areas.[113] In 2012, Kapoor helped revive the Victory Arts Foundation NGO, founded by Shiamak Davar, which helps underprivileged children through dance therapy programs.[114] Also that year, he appeared alongside other Bollywood celebrities in Because My World Is Not The Same, a short film by Zoya Akhtar, to generate awareness on breast cancer.[115] He supports the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
organisation through advertisement campaigns.[116][117] In the media

Kapoor at a press conference in 2014

The journalist Dave Besseling of GQ, in 2014, described Kapoor as "friendly, chirpy, affable frat-boy type. Someone you’d want to play video games with on a Sunday, but keep the hell away from your sister".[118] However, certain media publications have labelled Kapoor a recluse and described him as arrogant and temperamental.[119] Vickey Lalwani of Mumbai Mirror wrote in 2012 that this perceived media image hindered certain filmmakers from approaching him for roles.[120] Addressing this image, Kapoor remarked, "I just don’t socialise much, I don’t party too much, I don’t know what to say to the media if I’m not talking about a film that I am doing, so yeah, maybe I am perceived as a snob."[119] Analysing his career, the entertainment portal Bollywood
Bollywood
Hungama published that his "boy next door persona" was initially perceived by critics as a weakness, but credited him for turning it into a trademark.[21] Jitesh Pillai of Filmfare
Filmfare
wrote that after gaining recognition in urban romantic roles, Kapoor defied typecasting by taking on diverse parts in crime dramas and action films.[121] He noted that Kapoor's refusal to be "slotted under any kind of tag" led to a fluctuating career trajectory.[121] Following the success of Jab We Met (2007) and Kaminey
Kaminey
(2009), Kapoor's career went through a decline; he described the phase as a series of "wrong choices" and said that taking on a challenging role in Haider (2014) helped him reinvent himself.[122] Sonal Gera of The Indian Express
The Indian Express
opined that the film established him in Bollywood.[123] In her book Power of a Common Man, the author Koral Dasgupta writes that Kapoor does not "[conform] to any fixed rules of the trade", and notes that despite having a lopsided success ratio at the box office, he remains popular among the audiences.[124] A popular celebrity, Kapoor has a significant following on Twitter and Instagram.[125][126] Considered one of the most attractive male celebrities in India,[127] he regularly features in the British magazine Eastern Eye's listing of the "50 Sexiest Asian Men in the World". In 2012 and 2013 he was ranked fourth, and in 2017 he topped the list.[128][129][130][131] He was ranked fifth on The Times of India's list of the 50 most-desirable men in 2014; he was placed among the top 10 in 2012, 2013 and 2015.[132][133][134] Kapoor was named the sexiest vegetarian man of India and Asia-Pacific in 2009 and 2011, respectively, by PETA.[135][136] From 2012–15, he featured among the top 50 in the Indian edition of the Forbes' "Celebrity 100," a list based on the income and popularity of India's celebrities, peaking at the 15th position in 2015.[137] Kapoor is the celebrity ambassador for several brands and products, including Samsung, Elf Aquitaine
Elf Aquitaine
and Colgate.[138][139] Accolades Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Shahid Kapoor Kapoor has been the recipient of three Filmfare
Filmfare
Awards: Best Male Debut for Ishq Vishk
Ishq Vishk
(2003), Best Actor for Haider (2014), and Critics Award for Best Actor for Udta Punjab
Udta Punjab
(2016).[16][71][80] He has received three more Best Actor nominations at the ceremony for Jab We Met (2007), Kaminey
Kaminey
(2009) and Udta Punjab
Udta Punjab
(2016).[16][79] References

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Filmfare
Filmfare
Award for Best Actor

1954–1975

Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1954) Bharat Bhushan
Bharat Bhushan
(1955) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1956) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1957) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1958) Dev Anand
Dev Anand
(1959) Raj Kapoor
Raj Kapoor
(1960) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1961) Raj Kapoor
Raj Kapoor
(1962) Ashok Kumar
Ashok Kumar
(1963) Sunil Dutt (1964) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1965) Sunil Dutt (1966) Dev Anand
Dev Anand
(1967) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1968) Shammi Kapoor
Shammi Kapoor
(1969) Ashok Kumar
Ashok Kumar
(1970) Rajesh Khanna
Rajesh Khanna
(1971) Rajesh Khanna
Rajesh Khanna
(1972) Manoj Kumar
Manoj Kumar
(1973) Rishi Kapoor
Rishi Kapoor
(1974) Rajesh Khanna
Rajesh Khanna
(1975)

1976–2000

Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar
(1976) Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar
(1977) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(1978) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(1979) Amol Palekar
Amol Palekar
(1980) Naseeruddin Shah
Naseeruddin Shah
(1981) Naseeruddin Shah
Naseeruddin Shah
(1982) Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar
(1983) Naseeruddin Shah
Naseeruddin Shah
(1984) Anupam Kher
Anupam Kher
(1985) Kamal Haasan
Kamal Haasan
(1986) Not awarded (1987) Not awarded (1988) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(1989) Jackie Shroff
Jackie Shroff
(1990) Sunny Deol
Sunny Deol
(1991) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(1992) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(1993) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1994) Nana Patekar
Nana Patekar
(1995) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1996) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(1997) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1998) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1999) Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2000)

2001–present

Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(2002) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2003) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2010) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(2017) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
(2018)

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Filmfare
Filmfare
Critics Award for Best Actor

Anupam Kher
Anupam Kher
(1991) Not awarded (1992) Not awarded (1993) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1994) Not awarded (1995) Not awarded (1996) Not awarded (1997) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(1998) Manoj Bajpai
Manoj Bajpai
(1999) Manoj Bajpai
Manoj Bajpai
(2000) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2001) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2002) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(2003) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Pankaj Kapur
Pankaj Kapur
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(2007) Darsheel Safary
Darsheel Safary
(2008) Manjot Singh (2009) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2010) Rishi Kapoor
Rishi Kapoor
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
(2013) Rajkummar Rao
Rajkummar Rao
(2014) Sanjay Mishra (2015) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2016) Manoj Bajpayee
Manoj Bajpayee
& Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2017) Rajkummar Rao
Rajkummar Rao
(2018)

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Filmfare
Filmfare
Award for Best Male Debut

1989–2009

Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(1989) Sooraj R. Barjatya
Sooraj R. Barjatya
(1990) Not awarded (1991) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(1992) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1993) Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan
(1994) Not awarded (1995) Bobby Deol
Bobby Deol
(1996) Chandrachur Singh
Chandrachur Singh
(1997) Akshaye Khanna
Akshaye Khanna
(1998) Fardeen Khan
Fardeen Khan
(1999) Rahul Khanna
Rahul Khanna
(2000) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Tusshar Kapoor
Tusshar Kapoor
(2002) Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi
(2003) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2004) Not awarded (2005) Shiney Ahuja
Shiney Ahuja
(2006) Not awarded (2007) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2008) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
& Imran Khan (2009)

2010–present

Not awarded (2010) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2011) Vidyut Jammwal (2012) Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana
(2013) Dhanush
Dhanush
(2014) Fawad Khan
Fawad Khan
(2015) Sooraj Pancholi
Sooraj Pancholi
(2016) Diljit Dosanjh
Diljit Dosanjh
(2017)

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IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Male

Abhishek Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Rahul Dev
Rahul Dev
& Uday Chopra
Uday Chopra
(2001) Arjun Rampal
Arjun Rampal
(2002) John Abraham (2003) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2004) Not awarded (2005) Shiney Ahuja
Shiney Ahuja
(2006) Upen Patel
Upen Patel
(2007) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2008) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2009) Jackky Bhagnani
Jackky Bhagnani
(2010) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2011) Vidyut Jammwal (2012) Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana
(2013) Dhanush
Dhanush
(2014) Tiger Shroff
Tiger Shroff
(2015) Vicky Kaushal
Vicky Kaushal
(2016)

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IIFA Award for Best Actor

Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2000) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(2002) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2003) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2010) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2017)

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Screen Award
Screen Award
for Best Actor

Jury:

Nana Patekar
Nana Patekar
(1995) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1996) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(1997) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(1998) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(1999) Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2000) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Sunny Deol
Sunny Deol
(2002) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
and Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2003) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2010) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
& Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
& Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016) Rajkummar Rao
Rajkummar Rao
(2017)

Popular:

Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
(2009) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2010) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2011) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2012) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2013) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2016) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
(2017)

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Screen Award
Screen Award
for Best Male Debut

Bobby Deol
Bobby Deol
(1996) Chandrachur Singh
Chandrachur Singh
(1997) Akshaye Khanna
Akshaye Khanna
(1998) Not awarded (1999) Aftab Shivdasani
Aftab Shivdasani
(2000) R. Madhavan
R. Madhavan
(2001) Arjun Rampal
Arjun Rampal
(2002) Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi
(2003) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2004) Not awarded (2005) Shiney Ahuja
Shiney Ahuja
(2006) Siddharth (2007) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2008) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2009) Omi Vaidya
Omi Vaidya
(2010) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2011) Divyendu Sharma
Divyendu Sharma
(2012) Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana
(2013) Sushant Singh Rajput
Rajput
(2014) Tiger Shroff
Tiger Shroff
(2015) Vicky Kaushal
Vicky Kaushal
(2016)

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Stardust Award for Best Actor

Searchlight:

Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2009) Not awarded (2010) Rishi Kapoor
Rishi Kapoor
(2011) Gulshan Grover (2012) Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana
& Manoj Bajpai
Manoj Bajpai
(2013) Randeep Hooda
Randeep Hooda
(2014)

Comedy/Romance:

Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
(2011) Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
(2012) Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan
(2013) Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan
(2014)

Drama:

Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2011) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2012) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2013) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2014)

Thriller/Action:

Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(2011) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(2012) Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
(2013) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2014)

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Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role

Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Not awarded (2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Not awarded (2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2010) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016)

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