|Screen Award for Best Actor|
|Awarded for||Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role|
|First awarded|| Nana Patekar, |
|Currently held by|| Rajkummar Rao for Stree & |
Ranveer Singh for Padmaavat
|1995||Nana Patekar||Krantiveer||Pratap Narayan Tilak|
|1996||Shah Rukh Khan||Ram Jaane|
|1997||Aamir Khan||Raja Hindustani||Raja|
|1998||Anil Kapoor||Virasat||Shakthi Thakur|
|1999||Ajay Devgan||Zakhm||Ajay R. Desai|
|2001||Hrithik Roshan||Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai|
|2002||Sunny Deol||Gadar: Ek Prem Katha|
|2003|| • Ajay Devgan |
• Shah Rukh Khan
| • Company |
|2004||Hrithik Roshan||Koi... Mil Gaya||Rohan|
|2005||Shah Rukh Khan||Veer-Zaara||Veer|
|2006||Amitabh Bachchan||Black||Debraj Sahai|
|2008||Shah Rukh Khan||Chak De India||Kabir Khan|
|2009||Hrithik Roshan||Jodhaa Akbar||Akbar|
|2011||Salman Khan||Dabangg||Chulbul Pandey|
|2013|| • Irrfan Khan |
• Ranbir Kapoor
| • Paan Singh Tomar |
| • Paan Singh Tomar |
|2014||Farhan Akhtar||Bhaag Milkha Bhaag||Milkha Singh|
|2016|| • Amitabh Bachchan |
• Ranveer Singh
| • Piku |
• Bajirao Mastani
| •Bhashkor Banerjee|
• Baji Rao
|2018||Irrfan Khan||Hindi Medium|
|2019|| • Rajkumar Rao |
• Ranveer Singh
| Stree |
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