|Filmfare Award for Lifetime Achievement|
The 2020 recipient: Ramesh Sippy
|Awarded for||Commemorating an artist's career|
|First awarded||Amitabh Bachchan (1991)|
|Currently held by||Ramesh Sippy (2020)|
The Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award, initially named Raj Kapoor Award for Lifetime Achievement after Raj Kapoor is given by the Filmfare magazine as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films.
|Year||Image||Honorees||Profession||Age when awarded (in years)|
|2019|| Sridevi |
|2018||Bappi Lahiri||Music Director||65|
|2013||Yash Chopra (posthumous)||Director||80|
|Mohammed Zahur Khayyam||Music Director||83|
|Bhanu Athaiya||Costume Designer||79|
|Javed Akhtar||Screenwriter / Lyricist||62|
|B. R. Chopra||Director||89|
|2002||Gulzar||Screenwriter / Lyricist||67|
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