Screen Award for Best Lyricist

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The Screen Award for Best Lyricist is chosen by a distinguished panel of judges from the Indian Bollywood film industry and the winners are announced in January.

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Winners

YearFilm - SongLyricist
1995 1942: A Love Story Javed Akhtar
1996Kartavya - Dhadkta Pehla Dil MeraRani Malik
1997 Khamoshi: The Musical - Aaj Mein Upar Majrooh Sultanpuri
1998 Border - Sandese Aate Hai Javed Akhtar
1999 Zakhm - Gali Mein Chand Nikla Anand Bakshi
2000 Taal - Taal Se Taal Anand Bakshi
2001 Mohabbatein - Humko Humise Churalo Anand Bakshi
2002 Dil Chahta Hai - Jaane Kyun Log Pyar Javed Akhtar
2003 Sur - Aa Bhi Ja Nida Fazli
2004 L.O.C Kargil - Ek Saathi Aur Bhi Tha Javed Akhtar
2005 Hum Tum - Hum Tum Prasoon Joshi
2006 Yahaan - Naam Ada Likhna Gulzar
2007 Omkara - Beedi Jaalaye Gulzar
2008 Taare Zameen Par (Like Stars on Earth)' - Maa Prasoon Joshi
2009 Bachna Ae Haseeno - Khuda Jaane Anvita Dutt Guptan
2010 Love Aaj Kal - Chor Bazari Irshad Kamil
2011 Ishqiya - Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji Gulzar
2012 Aarakshan - Achcha Lagta Hai Prasoon Joshi
2013 Talaash - Muskanein Jhoothi Hai Javed Akhtar
2014 Kai Po Che - Manjha Swanand Kirkire
2015 Youngistaan - Suno Na Sangemarmar Kausar Munir
2016 Dum Laga Ke Haisha - Moh Moh Ke Dhaage Varun Grover
2017 Ae Dil Hai Mushkil - Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Amitabh Bhattacharya
2018 Dangal - Haanikaarak Bapu Amitabh Bhattacharya

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