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|Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role|
|Awarded for||Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role|
|Presented by||Film & Television Producers Guild|
|First awarded||2004 (for performances in films released around 2003)|
|Currently held by|| Ranveer Singh, |
Bajirao Mastani (2016)
|Website||Producers Guild Film Awards|
The Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (previously known as the Apsara Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role) is given by the producers of the film and television guild as part of its annual award ceremony for Hindi films, to recognise a male actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role. Following its inception in 2004, no one was awarded in 2005 and 2007.
The Producers Guild Film Awards is an accolade given by the Apsara Producers Guild to recognize excellence in Indian film and television. Originated by filmmaker and scholar Amit Khanna, the Star Guild Awards have been one of the major award events since 2004. The 22-karat gold statuette was sculpted and designed by the jewellery brand Tanishq and was "inspired by the rich heritage of one of India's most treasured possessions - the Ajanta and Ellora Caves." Nominations for the awards come from selected members of the guild, with the full membership available to vote for the winners. The ballots cast by the guild members are then taken to a common venue for the final counting.
† - indicates the performance also won the Filmfare Award
‡ - indicates the performance was also nominated for the Filmfare Award
The Filmfare Award for Best Actor is an award, begun in 1954, presented annually at the Filmfare Awards to an actor for the best performance in a leading role in Hindi cinema. This is given by Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi (Bollywood) films. The award was first given in 1954. As of 2018, Dilip Kumar and Shah Rukh Khan lead the list, with eight wins each.
|Superlative||Best Actor in a Leading Role||Best Actor in a Supporting Role||Overall|
|Actor with most awards|| Hrithik Roshan |
|2||--||--|| Hrithik Roshan |
|Actor with most nominations||Shahrukh Khan||7|| Irrfan Khan |
|Actor with most nominations|
(without ever winning)
|Ajay Devgan||3||Naseeruddin Shah||3|| Ajay Devgan |
|Actor with most nominations|
in a single year
|--||--||Rishi Kapoor (2010)||2|| Rishi Kapoor (2010)|
Ajay Devgan (2011)
Emraan Hashmi (2012)
Nawazuddin Siddiqui (2013)
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