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|Screen Award for Best Actress|
The 2019 recipient: Alia Bhatt
|Awarded for||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role|
|Presented by||Screen India|
|First awarded|| Madhuri Dixit, |
Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1995)
|Currently held by|| Alia Bhatt, |
The Screen Award for Best Actress is one of the Screen Awards of merit presented annually by a distinguished panel of judges from the Indian "Bollywood" film industry, to recognise an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role.
The Screen Awards is an annual awards ceremony held in India honouring professional excellence in Bollywood. The nomination and award selection is done by a panel of distinguished professionals from the industry. The name of the annual ceremonies are prefixed by the presenting network; the first Star Screen Awards were telecasted on Star Plus in 2000 till 2011, after which the Colors Screen Awards were previewed on Colors and the Life OK Screen Awards on Life OK, each for a period of two years. As of 2016, Star continues to hold the television distribution rights.
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|Actress with most awards||Vidya Balan||5|
|Actress with most nominations|| Kajol |
|Actress with most nominations without ever losing||Vidya Balan||5|
|Actress with most nominations without ever winning|| Karisma Kapoor,|
|Actress with most nominations in a single year|| Kajol (1999) ,|
Aishwarya Rai (2000) ,
Priyanka Chopra (2010),
Vidya Balan (2012),
Deepika Padukone (2014)
Alia Bhatt (2017),
Anushka Sharma (2017)
|Eldest winner||Vidya Balan||38|
|Eldest nominee||Sharmila Tagore||61|
|Youngest winner||Alia Bhatt||23|
|Youngest nominee|| Kajol,|
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Madhuri Dixit, also known by her married name Madhuri Dixit Nene, is an Indian actress, producer, and television personality. One of the most popular and highest-paid Hindi film actresses in the late 1980s and 1990s, she has been praised by critics for her acting and dancing skills. She is the recipient of numerous accolades, including six Filmfare Awards. In 2008, the Government of India awarded her with the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honour of the country.
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|Indicates the winner|
† - Indicates the performance also "Won" the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
‡ - Indicates the performance was also "Nominated" for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
The Filmfare Award for Best Actress is given by Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards for Hindi films, to recognise a female actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role. The award was first given in 1954 for the films released in preceding year 1953.
|Madhuri Dixit †||Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!||Nisha Choudhury|
|Kajol ‡||Yeh Dillagi||Sapna Bannerjee|
|Madhuri Dixit||Raja||Madhu Garewal|
|Kajol †||Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge||Simran Singh|
|Manisha Koirala ‡||Khamoshi: The Musical||Annie J. Braganza|
|Juhi Chawla ‡||Daraar||Priya Bhatia|
|Karisma Kapoor †||Raja Hindustani||Aarti Sehgal|
|Juhi Chawla ‡||Yes Boss||Seema Kapoor|
|Sridevi ‡||Judaai||Kaajal Verma|
|Kajol ‡||Dushman||Sonia / Naina Saigal|
|Kajol †||Kuch Kuch Hota Hai||Anjali Sharma|
|Manisha Koirala ‡||Dil Se..||Meghna|
|Pooja Bhatt||Zakhm||Mrs. Desai|
|Aishwarya Rai †||Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam||Nandini Durbar|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Taal||Mansi Shankar|
|Kajol ‡||Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain||Megha|
|Karisma Kapoor ‡||Biwi No.1||Pooja Mehra|
|Tabu ‡||Hu Tu Tu||Paana Barve|
|Tabu ‡||Astitva||Aditi Pandit|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai||Preeti Vyas|
|Karisma Kapoor †||Fiza||Fiza Ikramullah|
|Madhuri Dixit ‡||Pukar||Anjali|
|Preity Zinta ‡||Kya Kehna||Priya Bakshi|
|Kajol †||Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham||Anjali Sharma|
|Amisha Patel ‡||Gadar: Ek Prem Katha||Sakina|
|Karisma Kapoor ‡||Zubeidaa||Zubeida Begum|
|Tabu ‡||Chandni Bar||Mumtaz Ali Ansari|
|Urmila Matondkar||Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya||Ria Jaiswal|
|Aishwarya Rai †||Devdas||Parvati "Paro" Chakraborty|
|Karisma Kapoor ‡||Shakti – The Power||Nandini|
|Preity Zinta||Dil Hai Tumhaara||Shalu|
|Rani Mukerji ‡||Saathiya||Suhani Sharma|
|Urmila Matondkar ‡||Bhoot||Swati|
|Bhoomika Chawla ‡||Tere Naam||Nirjara Bharadwaj|
|Hema Malini ‡||Baghban||Pooja Malhotra|
|Preity Zinta †||Kal Ho Naa Ho||Naina Catherine Kapur|
|Rani Mukerji ‡||Chalte Chalte||Priya Chopra|
|Raveena Tandon||Satta||Anuradha Sehgal|
|Sushmita Sen||Samay: When Time Strikes||ACP Malvika Chauhan|
|Rani Mukerji †||Hum Tum||Rhea Prakash|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Raincoat||Neerja|
|Preity Zinta ‡||Veer-Zaara||Zaara Hayaat Khan|
|Shilpa Shetty ‡||Phir Milenge||Tamanna Sahni|
|Urmila Matondkar ‡||Ek Hasina Thi||Sarika Vartak|
|Rani Mukerji †||Black||Michelle McNally|
|Juhi Chawla||My Brother Nikhil||Anamika|
|Konkona Sen Sharma||Page 3||Madhvi Sharma|
|Preity Zinta ‡||Salaam Namaste||Ambar "Ambi" Malhotra|
|Sharmila Tagore ‡||Viruddh... Family Comes First||Sumitra V. Patwardhan|
|Kareena Kapoor ‡||Omkara||Dolly Mishra|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Dhoom 2||Sunehri|
|Bipasha Basu ‡||Corporate||Nishiganda 'Nishi' Dasgupta|
|Kajol †||Fanaa||Zooni Ali Beg\Qadri|
|Kareena Kapoor †||Jab We Met||Geet Dhillon|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Guru||Sujata Desai|
|Tabu||Cheeni Kum||Nina Verma|
|Priyanka Chopra †||Fashion||Meghna Mathur|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Jodhaa Akbar||Jodhaa Bai|
|Asin Thottumkal ‡||Ghajini||Kalpana Shetty|
|Genelia D'souza||Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na||Aditi Mahant|
|Kajol ‡||U Me Aur Hum||Piya Saxena\Malhotra|
|Vidya Balan †||Paa||Vidya|
|Deepika Padukone ‡||Love Aaj Kal||Meera Pandit|
|Kareena Kapoor ‡||3 Idiots||Pia Sahastrabudhhe|
|Katrina Kaif ‡||New York||Maya Shaikh|
|Priyanka Chopra ‡||Kaminey||Sweety Shekhar Bhope|
|Priyanka Chopra||What's Your Raashee?||12 characters|
|Vidya Balan ‡||Ishqiya||Krishna Varma|
|Anushka Sharma ‡||Band Baaja Baaraat||Shruti Kakkar|
|Aishwarya Rai ‡||Guzaarish||Sofia D'Souza|
|Kajol †||My Name Is Khan||Mandira Khan|
|Neetu Singh||Do Dooni Chaar||Kusum Duggal|
|Vidya Balan †||The Dirty Picture||Silk / Reshma|
|Kalki Koechlin||Shaitan||Amrita Jayshankar|
|Kangana Ranaut||Tanu Weds Manu||Tanuja "Tanu" Trivedi|
|Priyanka Chopra ‡||7 Khoon Maaf||Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes|
| Rani Mukerji † |
won Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
|No One Killed Jessica||Meera Gaity|
|Vidya Balan ‡||No One Killed Jessica||Sabrina Lal|
|Vidya Balan †||Kahaani||Vidya Bagchi|
|Deepika Padukone ‡||Cocktail||Veronica Malaney|
|Kareena Kapoor ‡||Heroine||Mahi Arora|
|Parineeti Chopra ‡||Ishaqzaade||Zoya Qureshi|
|Priyanka Chopra ‡||Barfi!||Jhilmil Chatterjee|
|Sridevi ‡||English Vinglish||Shashi Godbole|
|Deepika Padukone †||Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela||Leela Sanera|
|Deepika Padukone ‡||Chennai Express||Meenalochini Azhagu Sundaram|
|Chitrangada Singh||Inkaar||Maya Luthra|
|Nimrat Kaur||The Lunchbox||Ila|
|Parineeti Chopra ‡||Shuddh Desi Romance||Gayatri|
|Shraddha Kapoor ‡||Aashiqui 2||Aarohi Keshav Shirke|
|Sonakshi Sinha ‡||Lootera||Pakhi Roy Choudhary|
|Priyanka Chopra ‡||Mary Kom||Mary Kom|
|Alia Bhatt ‡||Highway||Veera Tripathi|
|Deepika Padukone||Finding Fanny||Angelina 'Angie'|
|Parineeti Chopra||Hasee Toh Phasee||Dr. Meeta Solanki|
|Kangana Ranaut †||Queen||Rani Mehra|
|Rani Mukerji ‡||Mardaani||Shivani Shivaji Roy|
|Deepika Padukone †||Piku||Piku Banerjee|
|Anushka Sharma ‡||NH10||Meera|
|Kalki Koechlin||Margarita with a Straw||Laila|
|Kangana Ranaut ‡||Tanu Weds Manu Returns||Tanuja "Tanu" Trivedi / Kumari "Kusum" Sangwan (Datto)|
|Priyanka Chopra||Dil Dhadakne Do||Ayesha Mehra/Sangha|
|Sonam Kapoor ‡||Dolly Ki Doli||Dolly|
|Alia Bhatt †||Udta Punjab||Bauria/ Mary Jane|
|Alia Bhatt ‡||Dear Zindagi||Kaira|
|Anushka Sharma ‡||Ae Dil Hai Mushkil||Alizeh Khan|
|Anushka Sharma||Sultan||Aarfa Ali Khan|
|Sonam Kapoor ‡||Neerja||Neerja Bhanot|
|Taapsee Pannu||Pink||Meenal Arora|
|Vidya Balan †||Tumhari Sulu||Sulochana/Sulu|
|Alia Bhatt ‡||Badrinath Ki Dulhania||Vaidehi Trivedi|
|Bhumi Pednekar ‡||Shubh Mangal Saavdhan||Sugandha|
|Fatima Sana Shaikh||Dangal||Geeta Phogat|
|Kriti Sanon||Bareilly Ki Barfi||Bitti Mishra|
|Sridevi ‡||Mom||Devki Sabarwal|
|Kangana Ranaut||Simran||Praful Patel / Simran|
|Alia Bhatt †||Raazi||Sehmat Khan|
|Deepika Padukone||Padmaavat||Rani Padmani|
|Rani Mukerji||Hichki||Ms. Naina Mathur|
|Taapsee Pannu||Manmarziyaan||Rumi Bagga|
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