Manisha Koirala filmography

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A photograph of Koirala smiling at the camera during promotions for her film Bhoot Returns
Koirala during a promotion for Bhoot Returns (2012)

Manisha Koirala is a Nepali actress known for her work in Bollywood films.[1] Koirala's acting debut was in the Nepali film Pheri Bhetaula (1989).[2] Two years later, she made her Bollywood debut in Subhash Ghai's Saudagar, which was a commercial success.[3][4] However, she followed this by appearing in a series of films which performed poorly at the box office, including First Love Letter (1991), Anmol (1993), and Dhanwan (1993).[3] Koirala's career had a turnaround when she starred as the daughter of a freedom fighter in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's 1942: A Love Story (1994).[3][5][6][7] Her performance was critically acclaimed and she earned a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[3][5][8] The following year, Koirala received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress, and the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil for playing a Muslim married to a Hindu during the 1992–1993 Bombay riots in the Mani Ratnam-directed Tamil drama Bombay (1995).[3][8][9][10]

For playing the daughter of a mute and deaf couple in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Khamoshi: The Musical (1996), Koirala garnered a second consecutive Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.[3][9][11] She followed this with leading roles in Agni Sakshi (1996) and Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997), which were among the highest-grossing Indian films of their respective years.[12][13] She played a terrorist opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Dil Se.. (1998), the first Indian film to reach the top ten in the United Kingdom box office.[14] However, Koirala's roles in films which performed poorly at the box office, such as Dil Ke Jharokhe Mein (1997), and Achanak (1998), led to a decline in her film career.[3][11] She made her television debut in 2000 as the co-host of the game show Sawaal Dus Crore Ka with Anupam Kher. The show's poor ratings led to both Kher and Koirala being fired.[15] For her role as a gangster's girlfriend in Ram Gopal Varma's 2002 crime drama Company, she received her third Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.[16][17][a] Koirala also appeared in the controversial film Ek Chhotisi Love Story in which she played a woman secretly spied upon by a teenage voyeur.[18] The following year, her portrayal of Bengali writer Sushmita Banerjee in the drama Escape from Taliban garnered her the Bengal Film Journalists' Association Award for Best Actress (Hindi).[19][20][21]

Koirala's career continued to decline during mid 2000s, as she appeared in less mainstream films.[22] In 2004, she made her debut as a producer with the film Paisa Vasool,[23] which performed poorly at the box office.[24] The following year, she portrayed Mughal princess Jahan Ara in the historical drama Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story.[25] In 2008, Koirala starred in Rituparno Ghosh's Khela, where she played a woman in a troubled marriage.[26] Two years later, she appeared as an adulterous wife in the Malayalam drama Elektra.[27] The following year, she played a Kashmiri Muslim attempting to restore a childhood friendship in Onir's anthology film I Am (2011).[28] In 2012, she appeared in Ram Gopal Varma's horror sequel Bhoot Returns as the mother of a possessed daughter.[29] Later that year, she took a break from acting after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After six months of treatment, Koirala recovered from the condition.[30][31] Three years later, her much delayed psychological thriller Chehere: A Modern Day Classic (2015) released.[32] She made a comeback with the Coming of-Age film Dear Maya (2017) where she played the role of a middle-aged woman who embarks on a journey to find love. She was praised by the critics and the audience for her performance.

Film

Film Year Role(s) Director(s) Language(s) Notes Ref(s)
Pheri Bhetaula 1989 Phurpa Chhiring Gurung Nepali [2]
[33]
Saudagar 1991 Radha Subhash Ghai Hindi [2]
[34]
First Love Letter 1991 Radha Singh Shiva Hindi [35]
Yalgaar 1992 Meghna Kumar Feroz Khan Hindi [36]
Insaaniyat Ke Devta 1993 Nisha K. C. Bokadia Hindi [37]
Anmol 1993 Anmol Ketan Desai Hindi [38]
Dhanwan 1993 Imli Kasinathuni Viswanath Hindi [39]
Yun Hi Kabhi 1994 Pooja Kumar Bhatia Hindi [40]
Milan 1994 Priya Mahesh Bhatt Hindi [41]
1942: A Love Story 1994 Rajeshwari Pathak Vidhu Vinod Chopra Hindi [42]
Sangdil Sanam 1994 Sanam Shomu Mukherjee Hindi [43]
Criminal 1995 Swetha Mahesh Bhatt Hindi [44]
[45]
Telugu
Bombay 1995 Shaila Banu Mani Ratnam Tamil Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil
[3]
[8]
Anokha Andaz 1995 Reema Lawrence D'Souza Hindi [46]
Guddu 1995 Salina Gupta Prem Lalwani Hindi [47]
Ram Shastra 1995 Anjali Sinha / Ritu plastic Surgry Anju Sanjay Gupta Hindi [48]
Akele Hum Akele Tum 1995 Kiran Kumar Mansoor Khan Hindi [49]
[50]
Dushmani: A Violent Love Story 1995 Sapna Oberoi Bunty Soorma Hindi [51]
Agni Sakshi 1996 Shubhangi/Madhu[b] Partho Ghosh Hindi [52]
Majhdhaar 1996 Radha Rai Esmayeel Shroff Hindi [55]
Indian 1996 Ishwarya S. Shankar Tamil [56]
[57]
[58]
Hindustani 1996 Ishwarya S. Shankar Hindi
Khamoshi: The Musical 1996 Annie Sanjay Leela Bhansali Hindi Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress [59]
[9]
Sanam 1997 Sanam Aziz Sejawal Hindi [60]
Gupt: The Hidden Truth 1997 Sheetal Choudhry Rajiv Rai Hindi [61]
Dil Ke Jharokhe Mein 1997 Suman Ashim Bhattcharya Hindi [62]
Yugpurush 1998 Sunita Partho Ghosh Hindi [63]
Achanak 1998 Pooja Naresh Malhotra Hindi [64]
Dil Se.. 1998 Meghna Mani Ratnam Hindi [65]
Maharaja 1998 Shaili Mathur Anil Sharma Hindi [66]
[67]
Kachche Dhaage 1999 Rukhsana Milan Luthria Hindi [68]
[69]
Lal Baadshah 1999 Kiran K. C. Bokadia Hindi [70]
Laawaris 1999 Anshu Mehra Shrikant Sharma Hindi [71]
Jai Hind 1999 Sheetal Manoj Kumar Hindi [72]
Mudhalvan 1999 Thenmozhi S. Shankar Tamil [73]
[74]
Kartoos 1999 Manpreet "Mini" Kaur Mahesh Bhatt Hindi [75]
Mann 1999 Priya Verma Indra Kumar Hindi [76]
Hindustan Ki Kasam 1999 Roshanaara Veeru Devgan Hindi [77]
Khauff 2000 Neha Sanjay Gupta Hindi [78]
Baaghi 2000 Rani Rajesh Kumar Singh Hindi [79]
[80]
Raja Ko Rani Se Pyar Ho Gaya 2000 Manisha T. K. Rajeev Kumar Hindi [81]
Champion 2000 Sapna Khanna Padam Kumar Hindi [82]
[83]
Grahan 2001 Parvati Shastri Shashilal K. Nair Hindi [84]
Chhupa Rustam: A Musical Thriller 2001 Nisha Aziz Sejawal Hindi [85]
Lajja 2001 Vaidehi Rajkumar Santoshi Hindi [86]
Aalavandhan 2001 Sharmilee Suresh Krissna Tamil [87]
Abhay 2001 Sharmilee Suresh Krissna Hindi [88]
Moksha 2001 Ritika Sanyal Ashok Mehta Hindi [89]
Company 2002 Saroja Ram Gopal Varma Hindi Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress [16]
[17]
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani 2002 Vasundhara
Divya
Rajkumar Kohli Hindi [90]
Ek Chotisi Love Story 2002 The Woman Shashilal K. Nair Hindi [91]
Baba 2002 Chamundeswari Suresh Krissna Tamil [92]
Escape from Taliban 2003 Sushmita Bannerjee/Sayed Kamal[b] Ujjal Chattopadhyaya Hindi [53]
Calcutta Mail 2003 Sanjana Sudhir Mishra Hindi [93]
Market 2003 Muskaan Bano Jai Prakash Hindi [94]
[95]
Paisa Vasool 2004 Maria Srinivas Bhashyam Hindi Also producer [23]
Tum – A Dangerous Obsession 2004 Kamini Aruna Raje Hindi [96]
Chaahat – Ek Nasha 2005 Mallika Arora Jai Prakash Hindi [97]
Mumbai Xpress 2005 Ahalya Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Tamil [98]
Mumbai Xpress 2005 Ahalya Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Hindi [99]
Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story 2005 Jahan Ara Akbar Khan Hindi [100]
[101]
Anjaane – The Unknown 2005 Shivani Harry W. Fernandes Hindi [102]
Darwaza Bandh Rakho 2006 Julie J. D. Chakravarthy Hindi [103]
Anwar 2007 Anita Manish Jha Hindi [104]
Tulsi 2008 Tulsi Ajay Kumar Hindi [105]
[106]
Nagaram 2008 Item number C. C. Srinivas Telugu [107]
[108]
Sirf....Life Looks Greener on the Other Side 2008 Devika Rajaatesh Nayar Hindi [109]
Mehbooba 2008 Varsha/Payal[b] Tabrez Hashmi
Afzal Khan
Hindi [54]
Khela 2008 Sheela Rituparno Ghosh Bengali [26]
Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish 2009 Juhi Deepti Naval Hindi [110]
Ek Second... Jo Zindagi Badal De? 2010 Rashi Partho Ghosh Hindi [111]
Dharmaa 2010 Gauri Dipendra K. Khanal Nepali [112]
Elektra 2010 Diana Shyamaprasad Malayalam [113]
Mappillai 2011 Rajeswari Suraj Tamil [114]
I Am 2011 Rubaina Onir Hindi [115]
Bhoot Returns 2012 Namrata Ram Gopal Varma Hindi [116]
Chehere: A Modern Day Classic 2015 Tarana Rohit Kaushik Hindi [117]
Game 2016 Maya A. M. R. Ramesh Kannada [118]
[119]
Oru Melliya Kodu 2016 Maya A. M. R. Ramesh Tamil
Edavappathy 2016 Sumithra, Mathangi[c] Lenin Rajendran Malayalam [120]
Dear Maya 2017 Mayadevi Sunaina Bhatnagar Hindi [121]
Lust Stories 2018 Reena Dibakar Banerjee Hindi Anthology film [122]
Sanju 2018 Nargis Rajkumar Hirani Hindi [123]
99 Songs 2018 TBA Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy Hindi Filming [124]
Tamil
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Sawaal Dus Crore Ka 2000 Co-host [15]
Larger Than Life 2003 Herself Documentary [125]
Femina Miss India 2015 2015 Judge [126]

Notes

  1. ^ Koirala was tied in this category with Rani Mukherji for Saathiya.[17]
  2. ^ a b c Koirala played a character with two names in this film.[52][53][54]
  3. ^ Koirala played two different characters in this film.[120]

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External links

  • Manisha Koirala on IMDb

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