IIFA Award for Best Lyricist

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The IIFA Best Lyricist Award is chosen by the viewers and the winner is announced at the actual ceremony.

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The award is given in the current year but the winner is awarded for the previous year.

Javed Akhtar has the most wins with 6 awards.

The winners are listed below:

YearLyricistFilm
2018 Manoj Muntashir Baadshaho - "Mere Rashke Qamar"
2017 Amitabh Bhattacharya Ae Dil Hai Mushkil – "Channa Mereya"
2016 Varun Grover Dum Laga Ke Haisha – "Moh Moh Ke Dhaage" [1]
2015Manoj Muntashir Ek Villain - "Galliyan"
2014 Mithoon Aashiqui 2 - "Tum Hi Ho"
2013 Amitabh Bhattacharya Agneepath - "Abhi Mujh Main Kahin"
2012 Irshad Kamil Rockstar - "Nadaan Parindey"
2011 Niranjan Iyengar My Name Is Khan - "Sajda"
2010 Swanand Kirkire 3 Idiots - "Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh"
2009 Javed Akhtar Jodhaa Akbar - "Jashn-E-Bahara"
2008 Javed Akhtar Om Shanti Om - "Main Agar Kahoon"
2007 Prasoon Joshi Rang De Basanti - "Rubaroo"
2006 Gulzar Bunty Aur Babli - "Kajra Re"
2005 Javed Akhtar
Sayeed Quadri
Swades - "Pal Pal Hai Bhari"
Murder - "Bheege Hont"
2004 Javed Akhtar Kal Ho Naa Ho - "Kal Ho Naa Ho"
2003Nusrat Badr Devdas - "Dola Re"
2002 Javed Akhtar Lagaan - "Radha Kaise Na Jale"
2001 Javed Akhtar Refugee - "Panchi Nadiya Pawan Ke"
2000 Anand Bakshi Taal - "Ishq Bina"

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  1. "IIFA Awards 2016: The Complete List of Winners". CNN-News18 . 26 June 2016. Retrieved 2 July 2016.