IIFA Lifetime Achievement Award

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The IIFA Lifetime Achievement Award is an Indian cinema prize, one of International Indian Film Academy Awards.

The recipients of this award are listed below.

Year Image Honorees Occupation
2018 Anupam Kher.jpg Anupam Kher Actor
2015 Subhash Ghai 2007 - still 27030.jpg Subhash Ghai Director
2014 Shatrughan Sinha - Kolkata 2003-10-17 00492.JPG Shatrughan Sinha Actor
2013 Javed Aktar 2010.jpg Javed Akhtar Screenwriter / Lyricist
2012 Rekha grace Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards 2016 (22) (cropped).jpg Rekha Actress
2011 Asha Bhosle.jpg Asha Bhosle Singer
Sharmila Tagore.jpg Sharmila Tagore Actress
2010 Zeenat Aman at the Society Achievers Awards 2018.jpg Zeenat Aman Actress
2009 RajeshKhanna.jpg Rajesh Khanna[1] Actor
2008 Shyam Benegal.jpg Shyam Benegal Director
Mumtaz (actress).jpg Mumtaz Actress
2007 Dharmendra1.jpg Dharmendra[2] Actor
Basu Chatterjee image.jpg Basu Chatterjee Director
2006 Asha Parekh at Saudamini Mattu's wedding reception (cropped).jpg Asha Parekh[3] Actress
2005 V K Murthy.jpg V.K. Murthy Cinematographer
Shabana Azmi at the 2006 World Economic Forum.jpg Shabana Azmi[4] Actress
2004 DilipKumar.jpg Dilip Kumar Actor
Yash Johar Director
2003 Kalyanji Anandji Music Director
Dev Anand still5.jpg Dev Anand Actor
2002 Shaina NC Fashion Show 1 (cropped on Sadhna).jpg Sadhana[5] Actress
Yash Chopra 2012.jpg Yash Chopra Director
2001 Shammi Kapoor still19.jpg Shammi Kapoor Actor
WaheedaRehman.jpg Waheeda Rehman Actress
2000 Lata Mangeshkar.jpg Lata Mangeshkar[6] Singer
Sunil Dutt cropped face.jpg Sunil Dutt Actor


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  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-06-13. Retrieved 2007-06-13.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-07. Retrieved 2012-05-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ Culturopedia.com. "Film Awards of India".