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Sridevi Kapoor (born Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan; 13 August 1963) is an Indian film actress and film producer who has worked in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada films. She is regarded as the First Female Superstar of Bollywood. and one of the most popular actresses of Indian cinema.

Sridevi started her career as a child artist in M.A. Thirumugham’s devotional Thunaivan at the age of four, and continued to act as a child artist in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films. She made her Bollywood debut as a child artist in the hit Julie (1975) and played her first adult role at age 13 with the Tamil film Moondru Mudichu (1976). Subsequently, Sridevi established herself as one of the leading actresses of Tamil and Telugu cinema, with roles such as 16 Vayathinile (1977), Sigappu Rojakkal (1978), Varumayin Niram Sivappu (1980), Meendum Kokila (1981), Premabhishekam (1981), Moondram Pirai (1982), Aakhari Poratam (1988), Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari (1990) and Kshana Kshanam (1991).


In Bollywood, she made her debut as a lead actress in Solva Sawan (1978) and gained wide public attention with the movie Himmatwala (1983). She appeared in a string of commercially successful movies such as Mawaali (1983), Tohfa (1984), Naya Kadam (1984), Maqsad (1984), Masterji (1985), Nazrana (1987), Mr. India (1987), Waqt Ki Awaz (1988) and Chandni (1989). She also received critical acclaim for commercially successful movies such as Sadma (1983), Nagina (1986), ChaalBaaz (1989), Lamhe (1991), Khuda Gawah (1992), Gumrah (1993), Laadla (1994) and Judaai (1997).

In 2012, Sridevi returned to films after a 15-year-long hiatus with English Vinglish. In 2013, the Government of India awarded her the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honor. She was also voted ‘India’s Greatest Actress in 100 Years’ in a CNN-IBN national poll conducted in 2013 on the occasion of the centenary of Indian cinema.

Sridevi has won five Filmfare Awards and has been nominated ten times.
Family and personal life

Sridevi with her husband in 2012
Sridevi was born in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu on 13 August 1963 to Tamil father Ayyapan and Telugu mother Rajeswari. Her father was a lawyer. She has a sister and two stepbrothers. During the 1980s, Mithun Chakraborty had a love affair with Sridevi. Sridevi had fallen in love with Mithun Chakraborty on the sets of Rakesh Roshan’s Jaag Utha Insan (1984). Sridevi and Mithun Chakraborty got married secretly, and Mithun Chakraborty admitted it to the press when a fan magazine published their marriage certificate. Sridevi married Boney Kapoor, a film producer and the elder brother of actors Anil Kapoor and Sanjay Kapoor, in 1996. They have two daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi.


Early years as child artist (1967–1975)
Sridevi started her career as a child actor at the age of four in the Tamil movie Thunaivan playing the role of young Lord Muruga and acted in many Tamil and Telugu movies from then on. Baby Sridevi’s performance in Poompatta (1971) in Malayalam won her the Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist. Kandan Karunai (1967), Nam Naadu (1969), Prarthanai (1970), Babu (1971), Badi Panthulu (1972), Bala Bharatam (1972), Vasantha Maaligai (1972) and Bhakta Kumbara (1974) are the most notable films of her career as a child artist. In 1975, Sridevi debuted in Bollywood with Julie, where she played younger sister to the protagonist Lakshmi.

Debut and success in the South industries (1976–1982)
In 1976, Sridevi started her first leading role in the Tamil film Moondru Mudichu directed by K. Balachander. She followed it with a number of films with Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth.

Sridevi’s first release of 1977 was Gayathri, followed by Kavikkuyil and 16 Vayathinile, where she played the role of a young girl who is caught between her two lovers. She also starred in the movie’s Telugu remake Padaharella Vayasu in 1978. Her subsequent notable films included Bharathi Raja’s Sigappu Rojakkal, SP. Muthuraman’s Priya, Karthika Deepam, Johnny, Varumayin Niram Sivappu and Aakali Rajyam.

In 1981, she starred in the Tamil film Meendum Kokila which won her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil. In 1982, Sridevi starred in Moondram Pirai playing a woman suffering from amnesia and went on to win the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress.

Sridevi’s notable Telugu films include Konda Veeti Simham, Kshana Kshanam, Vetagadu, Sardar Paparayudu and Bobbili Puli. With A. Nageswara Rao, she appeared in movies such as Mudulla Koduku, Premabhishekham, Bangaru Kanuka and Premakanuka as well as Kanchu Kagada, Kalavari Samsaram, Krishnavatharam, Burripalem Bolludu, Khaidi Rudrayya, Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari, S. P. Parasuram and Govinda Govinda.


Her performance in the 1992 Ram Gopal Varma directed Kshana Kshanam won her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu and Andhra’s Nandi Award for Best Actress.

Bollywood Debut and further success (1983–1997)
Sridevi made her debut as a heroine in Hindi films in Solva Sawan in 1979. Four years later she was signed to star opposite Jeetendra in Himmatwala. The film released in 1983 and became one of the biggest blockbusters of the year. It established Sridevi in Bollywood and earned her the famous sobriquet ‘Thunder Thighs’.

Her dance number “Nainon Mein Sapna” became a rage with Rediff stating that “the water pots may have dominated most frames in “Nainon mein sapna”, but it was Sridevi’s bejewelled outfits and headgears that stole the show”. The following year Tohfa released and turned out to be the biggest hit of 1984.

The film established Sridevi as one of the leading actress of Bollywood. with Filmfare magazine declaring her “Unquestionably No.1” on their cover. Sridevi went on to star in several films like Mawaali, Maqsad and Justice Chaudhry forming a popular onscreen pair with Jeetendra. Sadma released in 1983, brought Sridevi critical acclaim. A remake of her Tamil film Moondram Pirai, Sadma is included in iDiva’s list of ’10 Must Watch Movies That Weren’t Blockbusters’.

Sridevi’s performance as a child-woman suffering from amnesia was called by Indian Express “a milestone in her illustrious career”. Sridevi also featured in the Mid Day list of ‘Challenging Roles played by Bollywood Actors’ describing her act in the film as “her best performance ever”. In 2012, Adil Hussain, Sridevi’s co-star in English Vinglish revealed that he became a fan of the actress after watching her in Sadma. The Sridevi-Kamal Hasan pair also appeared on the CNN-IBN 2012 list of ‘Greatest Romantic Couples on Celluloid’. The film won Sridevi her first Filmfare nomination for Best Actress.

In 1986, came the snake fantasy Nagina which saw Sridevi play an ‘ichhadhaari naagin’ or a shape-shifting woman. The film turned out to be the second biggest blockbuster of the year, with Box Office India stating that Sridevi remained “the undisputed No.1”. It was also named one of the best snake fantasy films by Yahoo.


Times of India ranked Nagina as one of the ‘Top 10 Snake Films of Hindi Cinema’. Sridevi’s climax dance number ‘Main Teri Dushman’ also remains one of the best snake dances in Bollywood with Desi Hits calling it “one of Sridevi’s most iconic dance numbers…that still gives fans goose bumps” and iDiva describing it as “the stuff of movie legends”. Besides Nagina, 1986 also saw Sridevi giving box-office hits in Subhash Ghai’s multi-starrer Karma and Feroze Khan’s Janbaaz. According to CNN-IBN Bollywood Blockbusters, “Sridevi’s popularity grew so much that despite having a guest appearance in Janbaaz, she completely overshadowed the film’s lead heroine Dimple Kapadia”.

Sridevi followed the success of Nagina by playing a goofy crime journalist in the 1987 film Mr. India, described by Rediff as “one of the most iconic films of its time”. Directed by Shekhar Kapur, it became one of the highest grossing hits of the year and also found a place in Hindustan Times’ list of ‘Top 10 Patriotic Films of Hindi Cinema’. While the trade famously joked that the film should have been named Miss India, Rediff also stated that “Sri was a complete show-stealer in the film”. Sridevi’s imitation of Charlie Chaplin in the film was described by the Times of India as “the most hilarious act she has ever done”. Rediff also featured Sridevi in its list of ‘Super Six Comic Heroines’ stating that “her mobile face expressions could give Jim Carrey sleepless nights” and that “her biggest plus point is her ability to be completely uninhibited in front of the camera”.

The dance number ‘Hawa Hawai’, cited by Times of India as “one of the unforgettable numbers of Sridevi”, also became a popular nickname for the actress. Besides comedy, Sridevi gave Hindi Cinema one of its sexiest rain songs in the film’s chart-buster ‘Kaate nahin kat te’, where Filmfare described Sridevi as “truly a goddess in a blue sari”. while iDiva described the song as “unparalleled in Hindi Cinema”. Rediff also featured the song in its list of ‘Top 25 Sari Moments’ praising Sridevi’s “ability to look erotic even when she’s covered from head to toe”. The song “Kaate Nahi Kat Te” was chosen by NDTV as the most famous rain song in Bollywood. Box Office India states that with the success of Mr. India, Sridevi “continued her domination” over her contemporaries Jaya Prada and Meenakshi Sheshadri.

In 1989 came Chaalbaaz, which had Sridevi in a double role, playing twin sisters separated at birth. Filmfare ranked her performance fourth in its list of ’80 Iconic Performances of Hindi Cinema’, stating that “Sridevi´s penchant for giggles and her ability to look distinctly tearful when required polishes these performances to perfection. Hell, she made Sunny Deol and Rajnikant look like sidekicks in the film”. Whereas the Times of India article ‘Bollywood’s Hit Double Roles’ gushed “Sridevi’s performance rocked the box office”. Rediff featured the film in its countdown of ’25 Best Double Roles in Bollywood’ saying “What you don’t realise until you have seen Chaalbaaz is just how incredible Sridevi is at depicting both ends of the spectrum” and that the film “cemented her position as an actress with a killer comic timing”.

Speaking to Indian Express about Sridevi’s act in Chaalbaaz, the director Pankaj Parashar said “She proved her range with the movie and after that she got lots of offers which saw her in a double role”. Her slapstick rain dance ‘Na jaane kahan se aayi hai’ became a big hit with Times of India describing it as a “Sridevi classic where she simply looked wow with her chirpy expressions and rain drops kissing her cheeks”. This twin-sister act won Sridevi her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress in Hindi films, while the song received the Filmfare Award for Best Choreography.

The same year also saw the release of the Yash Chopra romantic saga Chandni, with Sridevi playing the title role. According to iDiva, the film was “more an event and less a movie”. Chandni emerged as one of the biggest blockbusters of 1989 with The Hindu stating that “the film opened to full houses and distributors had to drastically increase the number of theatres”. Cited by Times of India as “one of the most watched films of Indian Cinema”, the film also reaffirmed Sridevi’s position as the top female star of the 1980s.

While Sridevi topped the Hindustan Times’ list of Yash Chopra’s ‘Top 5 Heroines’, CNN-IBN also ranked her no.1 on its list of ‘Yash Chopra’s 10 Most Sensuous Heroines’ saying “Yash Chopra immortalised Sridevi as the perfect Chandni”. The title role became one of the most famous characters of Hindi Cinema with India Today including it in its list of ‘Yash Chopra’s Iconic Characters’ while NDTV featured it in its list of ‘Yash Chopra’s Greatest Creations’ stating that the film established Sridevi “as the nation’s sweetheart”. The Tribune wrote: “Leena Daru scored a winner again when she created the ‘Chandni Look’ for Sridevi. Every street corner sold the salwar-kameez and dupatta that gave the heroine a refreshingly understated look, rarely seen on the Indian screen”, while Mid Day reported that the “simple white churidar and kurta with the leheriya dupatta gave Sridevi an angelic image and caused Chandni Chowk stores to hit the jackpot with thousands of copies”.

The music of Chandni became a Platinum Success with Sridevi’s famous dance number ‘Mere Hathon Mein Nau Nau Choodiyan’ finding a place in the Rediff chart of ‘Bollywood’s Top 25 Wedding Songs.’ The actress also lent her voice to the film’s popular title-track ‘Chandni O Meri Chandni’, which featured among the ‘Top 5 Songs’ of Yash Chopra by Hindustan Times. Chandni won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment while Sridevi garnered Filmfare Best Actress nominations for both Chandni and Chaalbaaz in 1989, winning with the latter.
Sridevi with her arch-rival of the 1990s, Madhuri Dixit
Yash Chopra again cast Sridevi in his 1991 film Lamhe. Times of India included it in its list of ‘Top 10 Films of Yash Chopra’ describing it as a tale of “love transcending the boundaries of time and space” while Rediff called it “Quite easily one of his most definitive films, Chopra surpassed his own findings of romance with the insightful, lovely Lamhe”. Sridevi played both mother and daughter roles in what iDiva described as “another double role, but it was unlike any played before”. Hailed by Rediff as “one of the most remarkable films of her career…often considered a film way ahead of its time”, Her performance brought her much acclaim with BizAsia stating that “Her rendition of both Pallavi and Pooja serves well in highlighting how versatile she is as an actress, playing contrasting characters in the same movie”. Sridevi’s folk dance number ‘Morni Baga ma’ also became a rage and was placed among the ‘Top 5 Songs’ of Yash Chopra by Hindustan Times. Lamhe failed commercially but received high critical praise and has over the years become a cult classic. Talking about the film, critic Rachel Dwyer wrote in her biography of the film-maker “Yash Chopra’s own favourite film, Lamhe (‘Moments’, 1991), divided the audience on a class basis: it was hugely popular with metropolitan elites and the overseas market, which allowed it to break even, but it had a poor box office response (largely lower class, especially the repeat audience) because of its supposed incest theme”. The Hindu reported that “With shades of incest, Lamhe caused more than a flutter and remained the talk of the town”, while Sridevi herself admitted in an interview with Rajeev Masand that she found the subject “too bold”. Though the film flopped with Rediff describing its failure as “one of those bizarre, unexplained moments of cinema”, Lamhe picked up five Filmfare trophies including Filmfare Award for Best Film and Sridevi’s second Filmfare Award for Best Actress. Her popular Rajasthani costumes in the film also won designer Neeta Lulla her first National Film Award for Best Costume Design.

In 1992, Sridevi starred in the epic Khuda Gawah opposite Amitabh Bachchan. The actress played a double role again as an Afghani warrior Benazir and her daughter Mehendi. Shot extensively in Nepal, although it’s depicted as Afghanistan in the film, it did good business with BBC reporting that “it ran to packed houses for 10 weeks in Kabul”. Khuda Gawah still remains popular in the Afghan country and Rediff reported that the film is “in great demand after the opening of cinema halls in the country”. The film picked up the Filmfare Award for Best Director while Sridevi earned a Filmfare nomination for Best Actress.

The actress’s big budget 1993 release Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja was one of India’s most expensive films ever made. Though the film failed at the box office, Sridevi was appreciated with Times of India calling her disguise in a comedy scene “the best ever South Indian role played by any actress”.

Sridevi continued to get central roles with big banners such as the Dharma Productions venture Gumrah opposite Sanjay Dutt. Directed by Mahesh Bhatt, the actress played a singer falsely accused of drugs smuggling in Hong Kong. Bollyspice stated in its ‘Sridevi Retrospective’ that “Despite very good performances from the rest of the cast, Gumrah was really Sridevi’s film. She managed to exemplify female emotion and robustness to a great degree that you remember the film largely for her significant contribution towards it”. Her performance received another nomination for the Filmfare Best Actress Award. In 1994, Sridevi teamed up with Anil Kapoor again in Laadla playing business tycoon Sheetal Jaitley. The character, described by Times of India as “rude, dominant and very competitive” brought her yet another Filmfare nomination.

The last major film Sridevi starred in before she took a break from the industry was Judaai, released in 1997. Along with Anil Kapoor and Urmila Matondkar, the actress played a greedy housewife going to extreme lengths for money. Talking about her swan song, critic Subhash K. Jha wrote that Sridevi “left us with the most stunning hurrah in Judaai. A terrible film that I’ve watched countless times to see her play the money-minded harridan who ‘sells’ her husband to Urmila Matondkar. Who but Sridevi could carry of such an outrageous role with such enthusiastic élan?!” while Bollyspice stated that “She used her polished acting skills to illustrate her character’s greed and individualism at such a grotesque level.” Judaai won Sridevi her eighth Filmfare nomination for Best Actress.

Post-marriage and television debut (1998–2011)

Sridevi at the premiere of English Vinglish in October 2012
After a six-year hiatus, Sridevi briefly returned to the small screen in the Sahara sitcom Malini Iyer (2004–2005). She also appeared on Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai (2004) and as a judge in the TV show Kaboom (2005). She performed a medley of some of her musical numbers at the 52nd Filmfare Awards 2007. She is also a member of the Board of Directors at the Asian Academy of Film & Television.

On 19 September 2009, Sridevi appeared on the Sony TV show 10 Ka Dum, hosted by Salman Khan. In the episode, she and her husband Boney Kapoor were guests, along with actor-director Prabhu Deva, actress Ayesha Takia and the musical duo Sajid-Wajid, all of whom had come to promote their film Wanted.

Sridevi has also appeared on ramps in Lakme Fashion Weeks 2008 and 2010 and the HDIL Couture Week 2009 as Showstopper for designers such as Neeta Lulla, Queenie Dhody and Priya-Chintan.

Sridevi has also developed a passion for painting. In March 2010, her paintings were sold by an international art auction house with the money raised being donated.

In 2011, Kareena Kapoor paid a tribute to Sridevi by performing to a selection of Sridevi’s numbers at the Global Indian Film and Television Awards. Kapoor called Sridevi her hero and the reason why most girls of her generation became actresses.

In May 2012, Sridevi appeared in Aamir Khan’s TV show Satyamev Jayte as a surprise to an interviewee who had been sexually abused as a child. She also signed a letter to the government in support of passing a law criminalizing sexual abuse of children, initiated by Aamir Khan.

Comeback with English Vinglish (2012 – 2017)
Sridevi announced her comeback in early 2011, while working in a new film English Vinglish, directed by Gauri Shinde. Her return was officially announced at the IIFA Awards 2011 held in Toronto with a montage of Bollywood stars welcoming her back. After the Toronto premiere, some international media outlets hailed Sridevi as the “Meryl Streep of India.” Two weeks later America’s entertainment weekly Variety wrote in its review of English Vinglish that it found Sridevi “Disarmingly charming in a manner that recalls Audrey Hepburn.”

On release, the film and Sridevi’s performance received positive response. The Times of India gave it 4 out of 5 calling it “Easily one of the best films of 2012…Sri’s performance is a masterclass for actors…Request you to make a little place next to you, Rajkumar Hirani; Gauri Shinde has taken a bow in mainstream Bollywood.” Another 4 out of 5 came from Raja Sen of Rediff who found the film “a winner all the way…Sri excels in fleshing out her character.” Critic Subhash K Jha gave a 4.5 saying Sridevi “makes the contemporary actresses, even the coolest ones, look like jokes…If you watch only two films every year make sure you see “English Vinglish” twice!”
Sridevi at IIFA awards, USA, 2014
Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave it 3.5 stars saying Sridevi delivers “a performance that is nothing short of perfect…It’s warm and fuzzy, and leaves you with a big smile on your face.” Anupama Chopra also gave it 3.5 calling it “that rare thing…Sridevi doesn’t miss a beat. Her performance is a triumph.” Firstpost’s Rubina Khan gave the film a full 5 saying “Sridevi brings acting back in English Vinglish.” Komal Nahta said it was ‘beyond stars’ and applauded Sridevi saying she “makes the best comeback in Bollywood history and delivers a landmark performance.” Social movie rating site MOZVO gave it 4.1 out of 5 putting it in ‘Must Watch’ category. Amer Shoib of The Cinema Journal gave it 4 out of 5 and called the film “a hilarious, touching, sensitive, and sweet film that marks the triumphant comeback of India’s biggest female star…Sridevi.”

With the worldwide triumph of English Vinglish, Sridevi, most probably, became the only actress in Bollywood to make a successful comeback as a leading lady after marriage and a long hiatus. Box Office Capsule hailed the film and Sridevi’s return as the “Golden Comeback of the Queen.” Director Gauri Shinde featured her in the Financial Times 2012 list of ’25 Indians To Watch’. Film critic Raja Sen from Rediff explained why she is ranked as No. 1: “This is a simple film where things are credible, never melodramatic, and Sridevi – in a range of well-picked cotton sarees – always judges the tone right. It’s the sort of performance younger actresses, including the ones on this list, should learn from.”

Sridevi was declared the most-admired Bollywood actress of 2012 in a mobile survey conducted by Vuclip, the world’s largest mobile research company. Furthermore, she was nominated for Best Actress in most of the award ceremonies, including the Filmfare awards, where she received her ninth nomination for Best Actress.

In 2015 Sridevi had a starring role in the Tamil movie Puli. The movie was released on Oct 1, 2015.

She is starring in an upcoming movie titled Mom that costars Akshay Khanna and Sajal Ali, and is directed by Ravi Udyawar.

Mom (2017 – present)
Sridevi was next seen in her home production titled Mom. The poster was unveiled by Salman Khan at the 2017 edition of the Zee Cine Awards. The actor paid a glowing tribute to Sridevi calling her a bigger star than all the Khans. Salman said “Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay (Kumar)… we have all done many films. Aamir may have done about 50 films — he has a lot of time, as he does only one film per year; Shah Rukh may have done more than 100 films… Put together, we may have all done about 250-275 films. But there is one legend who is very talented, dedicated, hard working and professional. She completed 300 films, after starting her career as a child artiste. Our work cannot even be compared to this legend – she is none other than Sridevi!”. The First Look of Mom was made public by Sridevi on 14 March in her tweet that said “When a woman is challenged…Presenting the First Look of Mom”. It met with an ecstatic response as Times of India called it “stunning beyond words” while NDTV announced that “The Queen is Back”. Hindustan Times called it “a gritty Sridevi ready to take on the world”, while India Today found it “damn mysterious”. The First Look began trending on Twitter with Mid-Day reporting that “Twitter goes gaga over Sridevi’s intriguing look”. also described it as “intense and mysterious” and that the “Twitterati can’t stop praising her look”.

Mom released in July 2017 to positive reviews, with critics praising Sridevi’s performance.

Image and artistry
Sridevi is widely regarded by media as one of the most iconic leading ladies of Bollywood and one of the most popular members of Hindi Cinema. Critics have commented on her comedic abilities and her skills as a dancer. In the 1990s, Sridevi was one of the highest earning actresses of Bollywood.

Fashion icon
Sridevi made her debut as a fashion model in 2008. The actress modelled clothes for designers Priya and Chintan at the Lakme Fashion Week. The next year, she displayed the work of jewelry designer Queenie Dhodhy at the HDIL India Couture Week. She worked at Lakme Fashion Week again in 2010, and at Delhi Couture Week 2012, showing clothes designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee.

She has also appeared on the cover of several fashion magazines. In 2007, she was featured on the cover of Hi Blitz with the tagline “The Goddess Returns”. In 2011, she featured on the cover of Marie Claire, and in 2012, she was on the cover of L’Officiel.[145] In 2013, Sridevi appeared on the cover of Vogue, which was mentioned in Hindustan Times, Times of India, and India Today.

Sridevi received the ‘Ultimate Diva’ award at the Ciroc Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards in 2015.

Awards and honors
Civilian award
2013 – Padma Shri India’s fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India
Filmfare Awards
2013 – Filmfare Special Award for Nagina and Mr. India
1992 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Lamhe
1990 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for ChaalBaaz
1991 – Filmfare Best Actress Award (Telugu) for Kshana Kshanam
1982 – Filmfare Best Actress Award (Tamil) for Meendum Kokila
1977 – Filmfare Special Award – South for 16 Vayathinile
Filmfare Awards Nominations

1984 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Sadma
1990 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Chandni
1993 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Khuda Gawah
1994 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Gumrah
1995 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Laadla
1998 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Judaai
2013 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for English Vinglish
2018 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for Mom
Zee Cine Awards
2018 – Zee Cine Best Actress Award for Mom
Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards
2015 – Ultimate Diva award
BIG Star Entertainment Awards
2012 – Most Entertaining Actor in a Social – Drama Film (Female) for English Vinglish
Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
1981 – Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress for Moondram Pirai
Stardust Awards
2013 – Stardust Award for Best Actress Drama for English Vinglish
NDTV Indian of the Year
2013 – NDTV Entertainer of the Year
India Today Woman Summit Awards
2013 – India Today Woman in Arts
TSR-TV9 Awards
2013 – Empress of Indian Cinema
GR8! Women Achiever Awards
2014 – Excellence In Versatility
2015 – Best Villain Female for PULI
Special Honors
1990 – Smita Patil Memorial Award for Contribution to Indian Cinema
1997 – Kalasaraswathi Award by the Government of Andhra Pradesh
2003 – Lachchu Maharaj Award
2003 – Vamsee International Award for Contribution in Indian Cinema
2003 – MAMI Award in Contribution to Indian Cinema
2008 – FICCI “Living Legend in Entertainment Award”
2009 – Special Honour at 33rd Cairo International Film Festival for Contribution to Hindi Cinema
2012 – IRDS Film Award 2012 for performance as Shashi Godbole in English Vinglish
2013 – Honoured by Government of Kerala for contribution to Cinema
2013 – Voted ‘India’s Greatest Actress of All Time’ in CNN-IBN Poll
2013 – President of India ‘Medallion of Honour’ for contribution to 100 Years of Indian Cinema
2013 – Jagran film festival Best actress award for English Vinglish
2014 – ANR national award for 2013
2014 – Inspiring Icon award from Sathyabama University
Annual Lists and Polls
2014 – Special Honour at 2nd Hiru Golden Film Festival for Contribution to Asian Cinema
2012 – Voted “Most-Admired Bollywood Actress” by Vuclip, world’s largest mobile research company.
2012 – Ranked No.1 as “Bollywood’s 10 Best Actresses Of 2012” by Rediff
2012 – Ranked No.1 in the Top 10 Bollywood Actresses Of 2012 by Box Office Capsule
2012 – Ranked No.1 in the Top 10 Bollywood Actresses Of 2012 by CNN IBN
2012 – Voted No.1 in the Top 10 Finest Actresses Of Bollywood 2012 by Filmy Buzz
2012 – Voted No.1 as the best Bollywood Actress of 2012 by
2012 – Ranked No.1 in the Top 10 Bollywood Actresses of 2012 by
2012 – Voted No.1 as the most powerful woman in Bollywood town with more than 74% votes by
Zee Cine Awards
2017 – Best Actor (Female) for Mom

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