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Screen Award for Best Male Playback

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Screen Award for Best Male Playback

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


  • Winners 1
    • Most Wins 1.1
    • List of Winners 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3


Most Wins

Winner Number of wins Years
Sonu Nigam 3 2002, 2005, 2006
Udit Narayan 2 1997, 2003
Sukhwinder Singh 2 1999, 2000
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan 2 2010, 2011
Arijit Singh 2 2014, 2015

List of Winners

Year Singer Song Film
1995 Kumar Sanu "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha" 1942: A Love Story
1996 Hariharan "Dil Ne Dil Se" Haqeeqat (1995 film)
1997 Udit Narayan "Aaye Ho Mere Zindagi Main" Raja Hindustani
1998 Abhijeet Bhattacharya "Main Koi Aisa Geet" Yes Boss
1999 Sukhwinder Singh "Chaiyya Chaiyya" Dil Se..
2000 Sukhwinder Singh "Ramta Jogi" Taal
2001 Lucky Ali "Ek Pal Ka Jeena Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai
2002 Sonu Nigam "Tanhayee" Dil Chahta Hai
2003 Udit Narayan "Woh Chand Jaisa Ladki" Devdas
2004 Kailash Kher "Allah Ke Bande" Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II
2005 Sonu Nigam "Tumse Milke" Main Hoon Na
2006 Sonu Nigam "Dheera Jalna" Paheli
2007 Shaan "Chand Sifarish" Fanaa
2008 Soham Chakraborty "In Dino" Life In A... Metro
2009 KK "Khuda Jaane" Bachna Ae Haseeno
2010 Rahat Fateh Ali Khan "Aaj Din Chadheya" Love Aaj Kal
2011 Rahat Fateh Ali Khan "Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji" Ishqiya
2012 Mohit Chauhan "Phir Se Ud Chala" & "Sadda Haq" Rockstar
2013 Javed Ali "Ishaqzaade" Ishaqzaade
2014 Arijit Singh "Tum Hi Ho" Aashiqui 2
2015 Arijit Singh "Muskurane Ki Wajah" CityLights[1]

See also


  1. ^ Sharma, Sarika (14 January 2015). "Live: 21st Life OK Screen Awards". The Indian Express. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 
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