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Rani Mukerji Net Worth

Rani Mukerji Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Rani Mukerji net worth is
$12 Million

Rani Mukerji Wiki/Biography

Rani Mukerji was born on the 21st March 1978, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India of Bengali origin, and is a film actress. Her successful film career in Bollywood has allowed her to win the Filmfare Award seven times. Since the inception of the world of cinema, she has starred in about 40 films. In addition, Mukerji has been involved in several humanitarian charitable organizations, drawing attention to the problems of women and children. Mukerji has been active in the entertainment industry since 1996.

How much is the net worth of Rani Mukerji? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the outright size of her wealth is as much as $12 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Acting is the major source of Mukerji’s wealth.

Rani Mukerji Net Worth $12 Million

To begin with, the girl was raised in Bombai. Her father, Ram Mukerji is the director and founder of Filmalaya studios, whereas her mother, Krishna is a singer. Her brother Raja follows the footsteps of his father by working as a director. She studied at Maneckji Cooper High School and then at SNDT Women’s University in Mumbai. In 1994, the producer Salim Akhtar proposed Rani for a role that she refused, however, a few years later she entered the industry in Bollywood with the support of her parents.

Concerning her professional career, benefiting from her family references, she obtained a small role in the film “Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat” (1996), but it was not until the film “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai” (1998), that later became a classic, that Rani Mukerji landed her first starring role. In 2002, Shaad Ali offered her a role in the film “Saathiya” alongside Vivek Oberoi, for which she won true artistic recognition, and was rewarded with a Filmfare Award as the Best Actress in 2002. In 2004, the three films in which she appeared were warmly welcomed – “Yuva” by Mani Ratnam, “Hum Tum” by Kunal Kohli and “Veer-Zaara” by Yash Chopra. She also participated in the tour Temptation 2004, a show organized by Shah Rukh Khan which allowed appreciate of the Bollywood actors on stage.

In 2004, Mukerji also established herself as a leading actress in Bollywood, with roles in the romantic the comedy “Hum Tum” and in the dramas “Yuva” and “Veer and Zaara”. In 2005, the actress was honoured at the Filmfare Awards ceremony winning the Best Actress Award for the role in “Hum Tum”, and the Best Supporting Role Award for “Yuva”. Subsequently, Mukerji worked with Yash Raj Films starring in several unsuccessful films, and was criticized for choosing poor roles, and for pairing with the same actors. The thriller “No One Killed Jessica” (2011) was finally successful, and followed by other successful thriller – “Talaash: The Answer Lies Within” (2012) and the action film “Mardaani” (2014). To conclude, all the above mentioned roles have added significant sums to the total size of Rani Mukerji net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she married Aditya Chopra, the director, writer and producer in 2014; she gave birth to a girl they named Adira at the end of 2015.


Full NameRani Mukerji
Net Worth$12 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 21, 1978
Place Of BirthCalcutta, West Bengal, India
Height5' 3" (1.6 m)
ProfessionActress
EducationManeckji Cooper High School in Juhu, SNDT Women's University
NationalityIndian
SpouseAditya Chopra (m. 2014)
ChildrenAdira Chopra
ParentsRam Mukherjee (born to the Mukherjee-Samarth family), Krishna Mukherjee
SiblingsRaja Mukherjee
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AwardsBollywood Filmfare Awards, Anandalok Puraskar Awards, Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards, BIG Star Entertainment Awards (2011), Bollywood Movie Awards, Global Indian Film Awards
NominationsScreen Award for Best Actress, Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress, Stardust Award for Best Actress in a Drama, Guild Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, IIFA Award for Star of the Decade (Female), BIG Star Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female, BIG Star Most Entertaining Actor in a ...
MoviesKuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), Yuva (2004), No One Killed Jessica (2011), Saathiya (2002), Black (2005), Hum Tum (2004), Black (2005)
TV ShowsKoffee with Karan
#Trademark
1Queen of Bollywood
2Husky voice
#Quote
1[on Salman Khan] Salman is absolutely adorable. I really love him as he is always himself. I only laugh when I am with him, he is so entertaining. He is a rock star. When he comes in screen, not only the common man but we actors also clap and whistle for him and say, "Star Aa Gaye." He is so good looking. When he passes by, you actually stop to turn to look at him. When I saw the promos of Dabangg, I called him and both of us went completely mad. He is a cult figure. Just as the South has a Rajnikanth, we have a Salman!
2[Talking about working with Salman Khan] Salman was so sweet. He helps you whenever you're in trouble, whether thats personally or professionally. He'll help you with your scenes in the film, with your dialogs and also give friendly advice. I have worked with him in a few films and it's always been great. I'm looking forward to working with him again!
3[on Hrithik Roshan] We get along really well. Besides having a similar pattern of working, it's important to establish a comfort level between co actors. Mujhse Dosti Karoge was one big picnic. Since Hrithik and I were comfortable with each other I would tell him whether a particular scene was shot well or not. We are more friends then co stars. I would tell him to redo a scene if I thought it was not good or if there was something missing. Hrithik takes my suggestions seriously.
4[on the Vivek and Salman row] This really doesn't have much to do with me so I can hardly comment on it. But from my side I can say that Salman was and always will be a sweet co star and friend of mine and I don't believe in the accusations made against him. However, you have to hand it to him for handling the situation so well. Vivek and I were co stars in Saathiya and I guess our chemistry worked but personally I'm not close to him. He's my brothers friend from school, not mine.
5I had just been in the film industry for a few years before the Khan's (Salman, Sohail and Arbaaz) offered me Hello Brother. It was a really nice film and even today I am honored that they chose me for it. It is every stars dream that to work with the three Khan's (Aamir, Salman and Shahrukh) and I had done it as a newcomer! I thank them all for what they gave me.
6[on Saif Ali Khan] Saif is a brilliant actor, undoubtedly. He is one of my favorites and I enjoy watching him on screen. Both of us agree we have great chemistry onscreen that stems from our off screen rapport. We trust each other as actors. While shooting we never tried to outdo each other. The other day we were watching the preview if our film and, at the end, we both agreed that we look so hot together.
7[on her fallout with Abhishek Bachchan] The truth is if someone chooses not to invite you to their wedding you realize where you stand with that person. You may be deluded and think you are friends but maybe that friendship was only extended as co-stars on the sets. It doesn't matter. It became very clear to me that we were only co-stars not friends.
8I feel beautiful in love. There is a lot of love for you in the beholder's eye. That makes you feel very happy.
9Salman Khan is probably one of the most good looking people we have in our industry.
10Preity Zinta and I have always shared a good working relationship. We were never great pals, but we vibe so well on-screen that to the media and outsiders it appears that we are great friends in real life, too.
11I think what is really required as a trick to survive in the film industry is your dedication, patience, lot of hard work and no manipulation.
12I think what is essential to be an actress is that you should be confident enough, you should have patience, and you should be ready to do a lot of hard work.
13I have been linked with all my heroes from Vivek Oberoi to Govinda. I deal with the controversies because it's a part of my profession, and I am not having an affair with anyone. They try to link me up so that I come across as a little more interesting for the viewers. Linking me with other stars is OK, but not Vivek!
14To be honest, when the media gets very curious about my personal life, I get a little worried because too much curiosity is not good for anybody's health.
15Fifty thousand people on the beach watching 'Chalte Chalte' with me, then asking me questions about the songs and dances, the idiom and language of expression was incredible. I don't think I'll ever forget my experience in Casablanca.
16On the State Dinner with President Pervez Musharraf: It was like a dream come true! To just be part of such an event made me feel that I've done something to achieve this. All the biggest dignitaries from both sides of the border were so cultured and down-to-earth. When I was invited, I was disbelieving and overjoyed. I'm really looking forward to going to Pakistan. Let's see where the invitation comes from. Maybe it will come directly from the Begum (President Musharraf's wife). They actually want me and Latabai (Lata Mangeshkar) to come to Pakistan!.
17I am in the profession of acting and so to suit the character I sometimes have to indulge in kissing and provocative scenes. I have never felt comfortable shooting for kissing sequences. Although, kissing scenes like the ones in Yuva with Abhishek Bachchan and in Hum Tum with Saif were shot in an aesthetic manner. I am still pretty much uncomfortable performing such scenes.
18On Replacing Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Chalte Chalte (2003): As a matter of fact, and I have said this before, I was the original choice for this role. Shah Rukh spoke to me about the film during Asoka. I didn't have dates, so Ash replaced me. When she couldn't do the film for whatever reason, Shah Rukh asked me to do it. I love Aamir and Shah Rukh in a different way. When Shah Rukh asks, I can't say no.
19I am here to act, entertain and make good films. I don't want to work hard for a film which does not even get released. I will cooperate with my director and help him make a good film. I get disappointed if my co-actors don't put in as much as I do. Today I am looking for banners and costars who have the same goal as me --- to work towards making a good film with dedication. I have made mistakes in my career, but that is just the learning process.
20[on her schedule and niece Myeisha] My schedule for the day is somewhat fixed. I wake up early; go for my work-out. Play with the baby for a while, get ready and then I am off for my shoots. After work, I come home directly, play with her as long as she is awake. Then I have my dinner and hit the bed. That's it. My life revolves around my shooting schedules and Myeisha's daily routines.
21I can never be rude to people who want photographs and autographs, but I don't like to be followed and stared at constantly.
22On her character in The Rising (2005): "See, my role started as a cameo. I was supposed to play the widow Jwala's character - yes, the one Aishwarya Rai was supposed to have done. Now Amisha Patel is doing that. When I read the script, I fell in love with the small role of the prostitute. There were two or three very good scenes. The script underwent a change, and I got more space than before. But it's still a cameo - nothing like what Smita Patil did with Ketan Mehta in Mirch Masala, though I wish had."
23I'd rather have a room full of cuddly teddy bears than a diamond necklace in a safe deposit locker.
24I'd never trade my dad's house, even for Buckingham Palace. I'm very sentimental about living with my parents.
25It's frustrating for the media to see me going about my work like Florence Nightingale - They'd like me to be Rangeeli Rani.
26Why should I try to imitate Kajol? I am not a mimicry artist.
27You sign two films with a hero and it's said you're having a scene with him. Please, the only scenes I'm into are in front of the camera.
28When Karan wanted my voice to be dubbed for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), I really thought that it was bad and very husky and rough, but slowly I worked to improve my diction, and am now quite comfortable with it.
29Kamal Haasan re-invented the actress in me after the Hey Ram (2000) experience.
30I don't party, I don't get drunk and I don't have affairs. So all my passion goes into my work.
31The kiss with Kamal Haasan (in Hey Ram (2000)) was mechanical. He was constantly checking the right angle. Where was the passion?
#Fact
1Gave birth to her 1st child at age 37, a daughter named Adira Chopra on December 9, 2015. Child's father is her husband, Aditya Chopra.
2(August 9, 2015) Expecting her 1st child with her husband Aditya Chopra in January.
3Starred in Vikram Bhatt 's Mulaqaat. Co starring Akshay Kumar, Aishwarya Rai, Chandrachur Singh.
4Due to star in Sharbani Deodhar's film "Dekha Jayega" opposite Chandrachur Singh. The film was shelved after being announced.
5Starred in the shelved film " Dharti" opposite Manoj Bajpayee.
6Starred in Dev Benegal's shelved film "California- Mumbai". Co starring Ben Afleck. This was in 2003.
7Second cousin to Toy " Monjoy" Mukherjee. ( Joy Mukherjee' s son). Toy released a pop music album "Yuhin Kabhi" in 1999. It sold 1 lakh copies. Toy was to debut as a lead actor in 2003. Due to his dad' s poor health the film was shelved. The film was to be produced by dad Joy Mukherjee.
8Second cousin to actor Sujoy Mukherjee.(Joy Mukherjee son).
9Niece of Debashree Roy.
10She is the only actress to have worked in both Salman Khan & Shahrukh Khan's home productions, under Sanjay Leela Bhansali's banner, Anurag Kashyap's and the Bhatts, all whilst being an established and leading Yash Raj and Dharma Productions heroine. Rani was also the first choice for Aamir Khan's debut production, Lagaan.
11Rani was the first choice for Dil Se, Lagaan, Munna Bhai MBBS, Salaam Namaste, The Namesake, Bhool Bhulaiya, Heyy Babyy, Billu and Gulab Gang. She could not do Lagaan, Munna Bhai and The Namesake due to date conflicts.
12She is the only actress in Filmfare history to have won both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress in the same year.
13She is extremely close to actor Anil Kapoor and his family, especially his daughter Sonam Kapoor.
14She is the only actress to have won both Best Actress and Best Actress Critic's for the same movie at the Filmafre Awards. The film was 'Black'.
15She is very good friends with superstar Salman Khan. She starred in the Khan's home production "Hello Brother" in 1999.
16Her friends in the industry include Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Karan Johar, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Aditya Chopra, Vikram Bhatt, Sohail Khan, Arbaaz Khan, famous choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant, Farah Khan', Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Manish Malhotra, Ashutosh Gowariker, Kiran Rao, Anil Kapoor and all his family including daughter Sonam Kapoor, the Deols, especially Bobby and Twinkle Khanna.
17As of 2006, her total box office impact is worth well over Rs. 5 billion.
18The actress has been an active stage performer and has participated in numerous world tours. Her first world tour was in the year 1999 with Aamir Khan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Akshaye Khanna and Twinkle Khanna. It was called the "Magnificent Five". The show was widely watched in every city where it was showcased.
19She performed in the "Temptations 2004" concert alongside Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Rampal, Preity Zinta, and Priyanka Chopra in nineteen stage shows across the globe. It was the most successful Bollywood concert in its time and it broke all records.
20For her three minutes dance act at the Closing Ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games, alongside Saif Ali Khan, she was reportedly paid 1.5 million rupees.
21Rani Mukerji was listed on the coveted Rediff's 'Bollywood's Most Beautiful Actresses' Listing along with Sonali Bendre and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
22She has been featured in the list of Rediff's "Best Dressed Actresses".
23Besides acting in films, Mukerji has associated herself with several other commercial and non-profit organizations. In March 2004, Mukerji visited the sandy dunes of Rajasthan to boost the morales of the soldiers. It was for a show where entertainers and stars visit Indian troops in far-flung regions to encourage them along with the NDTV team.
24As of 2012, she is a seven-time Filmfare Award-winning Indian film actress, the most wins by any actress. She now has two Best Actress Awards, two Best Actress Critics Awards and three Best Supporting Actress Awards.
25In February 2005, Mukerji performed at the HELP! Telethon Concert to help raise money for the victims of Tsunami in company with other Bollywood stars.
26The actress donated her prize money, her half-share of half-a-million rupees from her 2007 appearance on Kaun Banega Crorepati? (2000) with Preity Zinta, to the Holy Family Hospital. She said that this institution looks after children with heart problems which is a major setback in India.
27In November 2006, Mukerji was shooting a film in Varanasi when avid fans crowded the set. Security personnel beat the crowd back with sticks. A media storm followed as various groups insisted that Mukerji should have stopped the security guards. The actress later issued an apology.
28Mukerji was offered the lead role in Hollywood film, The Namesake (2006) but owing to clashing dates with Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006), she couldn't commit to Mira Nair's project.
29In early 2007, the actress performed an act with Saif Ali Khan in Versailles for Lakshmi Mittal's guests at his daughter's £30 million/$65 million wedding.
30She was invited to the Toronto International Film Festival to promote her movie Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Due to her schedule shooting of Tara Rum Pum in New York City, she opted not to go.
31Rani Mukerji have been the only member from the film industry to have been invited to the dinner in Honor of President Musharraf.
32Listed # 36 by UK magazine 'Eastern Eye' as one of "Asia's Sexiest Women" (Sept/2006).
33Appeared at the Closing Ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, as part of a performance showcasing Indian culture, on behalf of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, to be held in Delhi.
34Black (2005), Paheli (2005), and Veer-Zaara (2004) were all part of the final process of nomination selection for the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards amongst 60 foreign films in 2006.
35In 2006, the actress bought a new house for herself in Juhu. The interiors were done by Twinkle Khanna and it took an entire year to get ready.
36Her film, Paheli (2005) got the honor to open the ninth Zimbabwe International Film Festival in Harare a year later.
37Was honored by an audience of 50,000 at the Casablanca Film Festival (2005) in Morocco where her selected four movies were presented to the foreign masses of people.
38Listed # 1 on Rediff's 'Top Bollywood Female Stars' Rankings for three consecutive years (2004-2006).
39She has won well over 60 awards to date.
40In February 2005, she was the only woman on the listing of "Ten Most Powerful Names of Bollywood". Filmfare Magazine incorporated her into the Power List at # 10. She was ranked at # 8 the following year, a number ahead of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. In February 2007, she was placed at #5 on the prestigious Power List, configuring the highest ranking for a woman. Rani has also been ranked # 1 in the Filmfare Top Ten Actresses' Listing for three years in a row (2004-2006).
41In 2005, she worked with the biggest production houses and banners: Black, Bunty aur Babli and The Rising. These three movies were amongst the top ten grosser of the year. Paheli, while only moderately successful, was India's official entry to the 2006 Oscars.
42Besides acting in films, she also does many charity appearances for noble causes. Her most noteworthy show was Temptations 2005 where she performed in New Delhi. The event provided the opportunity to raise funds for National Centre For Promotional of Employment for Disabled People (NCPEDP), a leading disabled rights group. Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra were also amongst the many who contributed to this cause.
43Appeared at the Closing Ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, as part of a performance showcasing Indian culture, on behalf of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, to be held in New Delhi.
44Two movies in which she appeared have been India's entry to the Academy Awards. Paheli (2005) was the official entry for the 2006 Oscars. Hey Ram (2000) was an earlier entry.
45She is the first actor to ever win both the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress trophies in a single year (2005) at the Filmfare.
46She changed the English transliteration of her surname from Mukherjee to Mukerji several years ago. At the time, it was reported that she did this for numerological reasons. Recently, she has claimed that numerology was not a concern; her name had been put down as Mukerji on her passport, and she wished to harmonize her name and her passport.
47Won a Filmfare award for best supporting actress for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998). Directors then started taking her seriously, and then she signed up to do 22 films.
48Only actress on Filmfare power list (2004).
49Won Sports World Jodi of the Year with Saif Ali Khan (2004).
50Won accolades in the 'Best Supporting Actress' category for Veer-Zaara (2004) at the Sports World, Cinegoers, IIFA and South Africa Awards.
51Won accolades in the 'Best Supporting Actress' category for Yuva (2004) at the Bollywood Movie Awards, Screen and at the 50th Filmfare Awards.
52Won 'Best Actress' for Hum Tum (2004) at the Bollywood Movie Awards, Screen, Cinegoers, Sports World, 1st GIFA, Zee Cine, IIFA and at the 50th Filmfare Awards.
53Her favorite film is 'Titanic' along with that her favorite song is 'My Heart Will Go On' from 'Titanic'.
54Daughter of director Ram Mukherjee and Krishna Mukherjee.
55Indian model.
56Cousin of Kajol, Sharbani Mukherji, Mohnish Bahl and Tanishaa Mukerji. Niece of Joy Mukherjee, Debashree Roy and Deb Mukherjee.
57Got her first breakthrough with Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998).

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Koochie Koochie Hota Hai2017post-productionTina (voice)
Mardaani2014Shivani Shivaji Roy
Bombay Talkies2013Gayatri
Talaash2012Roshni Shekhawat
Aiyyaa2012Meenakshi Deshpande
Ke Hobe Banglar Kotipati2011TV SeriesSpecial Guest
No One Killed Jessica2011Meera Gaity
C.I.D.2011TV SeriesMeera Gaity
Dance Premier League2009TV SeriesJudge
Dil Bole Hadippa!2009Veera Kaur / Veer Pratap Singh (as Rani Mukherjee)
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi2008
Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic2008Geeta
Saawariya2007Gulabji
Laaga Chunari Mein Daag: Journey of a Woman2007Vibhavari Sahay
Ta Ra Rum Pum2007Radhika Shekar Rai Banerjee (Shona)
Baabul2006Malvika 'Mili' J. Talwar / Malvika A. Kapoor
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna2006Maya Talwar
Mangal Pandey: The Rising2005Heera
Paheli2005Lachchi
Bunty Aur Babli2005Vimmi Saluja / Babli
Black2005Michelle McNally
Veer-Zaara2004Saamiya Siddiqui
Hum Tum2004Rhea Prakash
Yuva2004Sashi Biswas
LOC: Kargil2003Hema (as Rani Mukherji)
Kal Ho Naa Ho2003Special Appearance
Chori Chori2003Khushi
Calcutta Mail2003Bulbul / Reema
Chalte Chalte2003Priya Chopra (as Rani Mukherji)
Chalo Ishq Ladaaye2002Sapna (as Rani Mukherji)
Saathiya2002Suhani
Mujhse Dosti Karoge!2002Pooja Sahani
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai2002Payal Khurana (as Rani Mukherji)
Tera Chehra Jab Nazar Aaye2002Short
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...2001Naina Kapoor (as Rani Mukherji)
Nayak: The Real Hero2001Manjari
Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai...2001Pooja Shrivastav (as Rani Mukherji)
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke2001Priya Malhotra
Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye2000Priya Sharma (as Rani Mukherji)
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega...2000Pooja Oberoi
Bichhoo2000Kiran Bali (as Rani Mukherji)
Hadh Kar Di Aapne2000Anjali Khanna
Hey Ram2000Aparna Ram
Badal2000Rani
Hello Brother1999Rani
Mann1999Special Appearance (song 'Kali Nagin Ke')
Mehndi1998Pooja (as Rani Mukherji)
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai1998Tina Malhotra (as Rani Mukherji)
Ghulam1998Alisha
Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat1997Mala (as Ranee)
Biyer Phul1996Mili Chatterjee

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Luck by Chance2009very special thanks
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi2008thank you
Om Shanti Om2007very big thanks
Kal Ho Naa Ho2003special thanks
Mann1999special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Comedy Nights with Kapil2014TV SeriesHerself
Koffee with Karan2004-2011TV SeriesHerself - Guest / Herself
Luck by Chance2009Herself
Dus Ka Dum2008TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain?2008TV SeriesHerself
Om Shanti Om2007Herself
52nd Fair One Filmfare Awards2007TV SpecialHerself - Performer and Presenter for Best Movie
Bollywood Queens Vol. 22006VideoHerself
Rendevouz with Simi Garewal2005TV SeriesHerself
49th Manikchand Filmfare Awards 20032004TV SpecialHerself
Tinseltown TV2004TV SeriesHerself
48th Manikchand Filmfare Awards 20022003TV SpecialHerself (Critics Award for Best Actress)
Gambling, Gods and LSD2002DocumentaryHerself (as Rani Mukherje)
Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai2002TV SeriesHerself
Bollywood im Alpenrausch2000TV Special documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Kaun Banega Crorepati?2000TV Series

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Koffee with Karan2007TV SeriesHerself
Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai2002TV SeriesHerself

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2014Reader's ChoiceStardust Awards, IndiaBest Actress in a Thriller or ActionMardaani (2014)
2012Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressNo One Killed Jessica (2011)
2007Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleKabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
2007ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsJodi No. 1Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
2006Apsara AwardApsara Film Producers Guild AwardsBest ActressBlack (2005)
2006Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleBlack (2005)
2006Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressBlack (2005)
2006Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Actress - CriticsBlack (2005)
2006ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressBlack (2005)
2006ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsJodi No. 1Bunty Aur Babli (2005)
2006Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ActressBlack (2005)
2005Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Supporting RoleVeer-Zaara (2004)
2005Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleHum Tum (2004)
2005Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressHum Tum (2004)
2005Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressYuva (2004)
2005ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressHum Tum (2004)
2005ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest Supporting ActressYuva (2004)
2005Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ActressHum Tum (2004)
2003Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Actress - CriticsSaathiya (2002)
2003Special Jury AwardScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressSaathiya (2002)
1999Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressKuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)
1999Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest Actress in a Supporting RoleKuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)
1999Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsLux Face of the Year
1998Special AwardScreen Weekly AwardsBest Fresh TalentRaja Ki Ayegi Baraat (1997)

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2015Apsara AwardApsara Film Producers Guild AwardsBest ActressMardaani (2014)
2015Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleMardaani (2014)
2015Surfers' Choice AwardBollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Movie AwardsBest ActressMardaani (2014)
2015ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest Actress (Popular Choice)Mardaani (2014)
2015ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest Ensemble CastMardaani (2014)
2014Film AwardBIG Star Entertainment Awards, IndiaMost Entertaining Film Actor (Female)Mardaani (2014)
2014Film AwardBIG Star Entertainment Awards, IndiaMost Entertaining Actor in a Social - Drama Film (Female)Mardaani (2014)
2013Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressTalaash (2012)
2013ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest Supporting ActressTalaash (2012)
2013Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest Actress in a Supporting RoleTalaash (2012)
2012Apsara AwardApsara Film Producers Guild AwardsBest ActressNo One Killed Jessica (2011)
2012ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressNo One Killed Jessica (2011)
2012Reader's ChoiceStardust Awards, IndiaBest Actress in a DramaNo One Killed Jessica (2011)
2009Special AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyStar of the Decade - Female
2008Apsara AwardApsara Film Producers Guild AwardsBest ActressLaaga Chunari Mein Daag: Journey of a Woman (2007)
2008Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Supporting RoleSaawariya (2007)
2008Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressLaaga Chunari Mein Daag: Journey of a Woman (2007)
2008Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressSaawariya (2007)
2007Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressKabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
2007ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressKabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
2007Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ActressKabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
2006Apsara AwardApsara Film Producers Guild AwardsBest ActressHum Tum (2004)
2006Apsara AwardApsara Film Producers Guild AwardsBest Actress In A Supporting RoleVeer-Zaara (2004)
2006Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleBunty Aur Babli (2005)
2006Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressBunty Aur Babli (2005)
2006Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ActressBunty Aur Babli (2005)
2005Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Supporting RoleYuva (2004)
2005Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressVeer-Zaara (2004)
2005ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest Supporting ActressVeer-Zaara (2004)
2005Special AwardScreen Weekly AwardsJodi No. 1
2005Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest Actress in a Supporting RoleYuva (2004)
2004Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleChalte Chalte (2003)
2004Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressChalte Chalte (2003)
2004ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressChalte Chalte (2003)
2004Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ActressChalte Chalte (2003)
2003Popular AwardAwards of the International Indian Film AcademyBest Actress in a Leading RoleSaathiya (2002)
2003Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActressSaathiya (2002)
2003ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActressSaathiya (2002)
2003Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ActressSaathiya (2002)
2001Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActressHar Dil Jo Pyar Karega... (2000)

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