Kajol filmography

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A picture of Kajol, looking away from the camera.
Kajol at the premiere of My Name Is Khan (2010)

Kajol is an Indian actress who is known for her work in Bollywood films. She made her screen debut in the 1992 film Bekhudi, a commercial failure.[1] She, however, was noted for her performance and went on to sign the 1993 commercially successful thriller Baazigar opposite Shah Rukh Khan.[2][3] She starred in the 1994 film Udhaar Ki Zindagi, which earned her critical acclaim.[4] This was followed by a role in Yeh Dillagi alongside Akshay Kumar and Saif Ali Khan. Kajol featured in five films in 1995. She appeared briefly in the thriller Karan Arjun, and played Simran, an NRI in Aditya Chopra’s romance Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,[5][6] both of which ranked among the highest-grossing Bollywood films of the year,[7] and the success of the latter established her career in Bollywood.[8] As of 2014, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge is the longest running Indian film.[a] Also in 1995, she appeared in the box-office flops Hulchul and Gundaraj.[7][11] Her only screen appearance of 1996 was in Bambai Ka Babu, a financial failure.[12]

In 1997, Kajol featured in the film Minsara Kanavu, her first Tamil feature.[13] She played an obsessive lover in the mystery film Gupt (1997), and became the first woman to win the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role.[14][15] Later in 1997, she featured as a poor girl in the romantic film Ishq,[16] a box-office hit.[17] In 1998, she played the leading lady in three romantic comedies, which were among the top-grossing Bollywood productions of the yearPyaar Kiya To Darna Kya, Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha, and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.[18] Also in 1998, she played dual roles in the drama Dushman. The following year, she played the mistress of Ajay Devgn's character in Dil Kya Kare and starred in the commercially successful film Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain.[19][20] Following this, she starred in the films Raju Chacha (2000) and Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi (2001), both of which performed poorly at the box-office.[12]

Kajol played opposite Khan in Karan Johar's ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001), which became the highest-grossing Bollywood film in overseas to that point.[21][22] After a five-year absence from film, Kajol played a blind Kashmiri girl in the romantic thriller Fanaa (2006).[23] The film, which was based on terrorism, was a commercial success.[24][25] Two years later, she featured as a talent judge for the television dance and singing reality show Rock-N-Roll Family. Later that year, she was paired with her husband Ajay Devgn in the romantic comedy U Me Aur Hum (2008). In the film, Kajol played an Alzheimer's patient.[26] In 2010, she reunited with Khan and Johar in the drama My Name Is Khan, in which she played an Indian-American Hindu married to a Muslim man.[27] For the film, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for a record tying fifth time.[b] Her next appearance of the year was in the family drama We Are Family, an adaption of the 1998 Hollywood film Stepmom.[29] In 2015, after five years, she made her comeback with Rohit Shetty's Dilwale, one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of all time.[30]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title[c] Role(s) Director Notes Ref.
1992 Bekhudi Radhika Rahul Rawail [31]
1993 Baazigar Priya Chopra Abbas–Mustan [32]
1994 Udhaar Ki Zindagi Sita K.V. Raju [33]
1994 Yeh Dillagi Sapna Naresh Malhotra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [34]
[35]
1995 Karan Arjun Sonia Saxena Rakesh Roshan [36]
1995 Taaqat Kavita Talat Jani [37]
1995 Hulchul Sharmili Anees Bazmee [38]
1995 Gundaraj Ritu Guddu Dhanoa [39]
1995 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge Simran Singh Aditya Chopra Filmfare Award for Best Actress [6]
1996 Bambai Ka Babu Neha Vikram Bhatt [40]
1997 Gupt: The Hidden Truth Isha Diwan Rajiv Rai Filmfare Award for Best Villain [14]
1997 Hameshaa Rani/Reshma Sharma[d] Sanjay Gupta [44]
1997 Minsara Kanavu Priya Amalraj Rajiv Menon Tamil film [45]
1997 Ishq Kajal Indra Kumar [46]
1998 Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya Muskaan Thakur Sohail Khan [47]
1998 Duplicate Unknown Mahesh Bhatt Special appearance [48]
1998 Dushman Naina/Sonia Saigal[d] Tanuja Chandra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [49]
[35]
1998 Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha Sanjana Anees Bazmee Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [50]
[35]
1998 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Anjali Sharma Karan Johar Filmfare Award for Best Actress [28]
1999 Dil Kya Kare Nandita Rai Prakash Jha [51]
1999 Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain Megha Satish Kaushik Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [52]
[35]
1999 Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya Pinky Firoz Irani [53]
2000 Raju Chacha Anna Anil Devgan [54]
2001 Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi Sweety/Tina Khanna[d] Rahul Rawail [55]
2001 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... Anjali Sharma Raichand Karan Johar Filmfare Award for Best Actress [28]
2003 Kal Ho Naa Ho Herself Nikhil Advani Special appearance in song "Maahi Ve" [56]
2006 Fanaa Zooni Ali Baig Kunal Kohli Filmfare Award for Best Actress
Also playback singer for song "Mere Haath Mein"
[28]
[57]
2006 Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Herself Karan Johar Special appearance in song "Rock N Roll Soniye" [58]
2007 Om Shanti Om Herself Farah Khan Special appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [59]
2008 U Me Aur Hum Piya Ajay Devgan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [35]
[60]
2008 Haal–e–dil Herself Anil Devgan Special appearance in song "Oye Hoye" [61]
2008 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Unknown Aditya Chopra Special appearance in song "Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte" [62]
2010 My Name Is Khan Mandira Khan Karan Johar Filmfare Award for Best Actress [28]
2010 We Are Family Maya Sidharth Malhotra [63]
2010 Toonpur Ka Super Hero Priya Shruti Verma Kireet Khurana Animated film [64]
2012 Makkhi Mother (voice)

S. S. Rajamouli

For the Hindi dubbed version [65]
2012 Student of the Year Herself Karan Johar Special appearance in song "The Disco Song" [66]
2015 Dilwale Meera Dev Malik

Rohit Shetty

Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [67]
[68]
2017 Velaiilla Pattadhari 2 Vasundhara Parameshwar(dubbing by Deepa Venkat

Soundarya Rajinikanth

Tamil/Telugu bilingual film [69]
2018 Helicopter Eela Eela

Pradeep Sarkar

[70]
2018 Zero Film has yet to be released. Herself

Anand L. Rai

Cameo appearance [71]

Television

Title Year Role Channel Ref.
Rock-N-Roll Family 2008 Judge Zee TV [72]

See also

Notes

Footnotes

  1. ^ As of December 2014, the film is playing at the Maratha Mandir theatre in Mumbai for 1000 weeks.[9][10]
  2. ^ Having won the award previously for Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham..., and Fanaa,[6][28] she is tied with her aunt Nutan in this category.[4]
  3. ^ The films are listed in order of release date.
  4. ^ a b c Kajol performed dual roles in the film.[41][42][43]

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