Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award

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Filmfare Award for Lifetime Achievement
Ramesh Sippy.jpg
The 2020 recipient: Ramesh Sippy
Awarded forCommemorating an artist's career
CountryIndia
Presented by Filmfare
First awarded Amitabh Bachchan (1991)
Currently held by Ramesh Sippy (2020)
Website Filmfare winners

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.

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List of Honourees

YearImageHonoreesProfessionAge when awarded (in years)
2020 Ramesh Sippy.jpg Ramesh Sippy Director 73
2019 Sridevi.jpg Sridevi
(posthumous)
Actress 55
2018 BappiLahiri.jpg Bappi Lahiri Music Director 65
Mala-Sinha (cropped).jpg Mala Sinha Actress 81
2017 Shatrughan Sinha.jpg Shatrughan Sinha Actor 71
2016 Moushmi Chatterjee at 3rd Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival (1).jpg Moushumi Chatterjee Actress62
2015 Kamini Kaushal in December 2019 (cropped).jpg Kamini Kaushal Actress88
2014 Tanuja.jpg Tanuja Actress70
2013 Yash Chopra 2012.jpg Yash Chopra (posthumous) Director 80
2012 Aruna Irani at 57th Filmfare Awards.jpg Aruna Irani Actress65
2011 Manna-dey.jpg Manna Dey Singer 91
2010 ShashiKapoor.jpg Shashi Kapoor Actor71
Mohammed Zahur Khayyam.jpg Mohammed Zahur Khayyam Music Director83
2009 OmPuriSept10TIFF.jpg Om Puri Actor58
Bhanu Athaiya.jpg Bhanu Athaiya Costume Designer79
2008 Rishi Kapoor.jpg Rishi Kapoor Actor55
2007 Jaya B Big B's birthday.jpg Jaya Bachchan Actress58
Javed Aktar 2010.jpg Javed Akhtar Screenwriter / Lyricist 62
2006 Shabana Azmi at the 2006 World Economic Forum.jpg Shabana Azmi Actress55
2005 RajeshKhanna.jpg Rajesh Khanna Actor62
2004 Sulochana Devi at the Dada Saheb Phalke Academy Awards, 2010.jpg Sulochana Latkar Actress75
B.R.Chopra.jpg B. R. Chopra Director89
Nirupa Roy.jpg Nirupa Roy Actress73
2003 Jeetendra 2012 ekta birthday.jpg Jeetendra Actor61
Rekha04.jpg Rekha Actress48
2002 Gulzar at Tera Bayaan Ghalib.jpg Gulzar Screenwriter / Lyricist67
Asha Parekh on Raveena's NDTV chat show (1) (cropped).jpg Asha Parekh Actress59
2001 Feroz Khan.jpg Feroz Khan Actor61
Asha Bhosle - still 47160 crop.jpg Asha Bhosle Singer67
2000 Hema malini bhungama1.jpg Hema Malini Actress51
VinodKhanna.jpg Vinod Khanna Actor53
1999 Helen at Kallista Spa opening.jpg Helen Actress60
Manoj Kumar at Esha Deol's wedding at ISCKON temple 10.jpg Manoj Kumar Actor61
1998 Sharmila T Lux-Award 2016.jpg Sharmila Tagore Actress53
1997 Dharmendra 2011.jpg Dharmendra Actor61
Mumtaz (actress).jpg Mumtaz Actress49
1996 Portrait Ashok Kumar Actor.jpg Ashok Kumar Actor84
Vyjayanthimala.jpg Vyjayantimala Actress59
Sunil Dutt cropped face.jpg Sunil Dutt Actor66
1995 WaheedaRehman.jpg Waheeda Rehman Actress57
Shammi Kapoor still19.jpg Shammi Kapoor Actor63
1994 Dilip Kumar 2006.jpg Dilip Kumar Actor71
LataMangeshkar10.jpg Lata Mangeshkar Singer64
1993 Dev Anand still5.jpg Dev Anand Actor69
1992  No award  
1991 Amitabh Bachchan December 2013.png Amitabh Bachchan Actor48

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