Priyanka Chopra filmography

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Priyanka Chopra at Olive Bar and Kitchen in December 2016

Priyanka Chopra is an Indian actress who has established herself as a leading actress of Indian cinema. She made her debut with the 2002 Tamil film, Thamizhan. She made her Bollywood debut the following year with the spy thriller The Hero.[1] The same year, Chopra's role in the box-office hit musical Andaaz won her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.[1][2] In 2004, she starred in the highly successful comedy Mujhse Shaadi Karogi and garnered critical acclaim for her breakthrough role in the thriller Aitraaz which earned her the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role and a second Best Supporting Actress nomination.[1][2][3] Chopra starred in six films in 2005, including Waqt and Bluffmaster!.[4] In 2006, she starred in two of the highest-grossing films of the year—the superhero film Krrish and the action thriller Don.[5]

In 2007 and 2008, Chopra starred in several critical and commercial failures including the ensemble drama Salaam-e-Ishq, the science fiction romance Love Story 2050 and the superhero fantasy Drona. However, in late 2008, her role in the acclaimed drama Fashion proved to be a turning point in her career. Her portrayal of a troubled model won her the National Film Award for Best Actress and the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[1][6][7] In 2009, Chopra starred in the caper thriller Kaminey, which is cited in the media as a cult classic of Indian cinema, and played twelve distinct characters in the social comedy What's Your Raashee?.[8][9] She won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of a serial killer in the 2011 black comedy 7 Khoon Maaf.[3]

Chopra subsequently starred in four of her most successful releases—the action thriller Don 2 (2011), the action drama Agneepath (2012), the romantic comedy-drama Barfi! (2012) and the science fiction film Krrish 3 (2013), all of which were among the highest grossing productions of their respective years.[5][10] Her portrayal of an autistic woman in Barfi! received widespread acclaim and won her several accolades.[11] In 2014, she portrayed the eponymous boxer in the biographical sports drama Mary Kom for which she received several Best Actress awards and nominations.[12][13] In 2015, she began starring as Alex Parrish on the ABC drama thriller series Quantico, becoming the first South Asian woman to headline an American network series.[14] That same year, Chopra starred alongside an ensemble cast in the comedy-drama Dil Dhadakne Do and won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for portraying Kashibai in the epic historical drama Bajirao Mastani, one of the highest grossing Indian films of all time.[15] In 2016, Chopra produced the Marathi comedy-drama Ventilator, a critical and commercial success.[16]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Thamizhan 2002 Priya Majith Tamil film
Also playback singer for song "Ullathai Killathe"
[17]
The Hero: Love Story of a Spy 2003 Shaheen Zakaria Anil Sharma [18]
Andaaz 2003 Jiya Singhania Raj Kanwar [19]
Plan 2004 Rani Hriday Shetty [20]
Kismat 2004 Sapna Gosai Guddu Dhanoa [21]
Asambhav 2004 Alisha Rajiv Rai [22]
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi 2004 Rani Singh David Dhawan [23]
Aitraaz 2004 Mrs. Sonia Roy Abbas-Mustan [24]
Blackmail 2005 Mrs. Rathod Anil Devgan [25]
Karam 2005 Shalini Sanjay F. Gupta [26]
Waqt: The Race Against Time 2005 Pooja Thakur Vipul Amrutlal Shah [27]
Yakeen 2005 Simar Oberoi Girish Dhamija [28]
Barsaat 2005 Kajal Suneel Darshan Also playback singer for song "Saajan Saajan" [29]
Bluffmaster! 2005 Simmi Ahuja Rohan Sippy [30]
Taxi No. 9211 2006 Herself Milan Luthria Cameo appearance [31]
36 China Town 2006 Seema Abbas-Mustan Cameo appearance [32]
Alag 2006 Unknown Ashu Trikha Cameo appearance in song "Sabse Alag" [33]
Krrish 2006 Priya Rakesh Roshan [34]
Aap Ki Khatir 2006 Anu Khanna Dharmesh Darshan [35]
Don 2006 Roma Farhan Akhtar [36]
Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute to Love 2007 Kamini Ranawat Nikhil Advani [37]
Big Brother 2007 Aarthi Sharma Guddu Dhanoa [38]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Herself Farah Khan Cameo appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [39]
My Name is Anthony Gonsalves 2008 Herself E. Niwas Cameo appearance [40]
Love Story 2050 2008 Sana Bedi / Ziesha[a] Harry Baweja [41]
God Tussi Great Ho 2008 Alia Kapoor Rumi Jaffrey [42]
Chamku 2008 Shubhi Kabeer Kaushik [43]
Drona 2008 Sonia Goldie Behl [44]
Fashion 2008 Meghna Mathur Madhur Bhandarkar [45]
Dostana 2008 Neha Melwani Tarun Mansukhani [46]
Billu 2009 Herself Priyadarshan Cameo appearance in song "Rockin & Reeling" [47]
Kaminey 2009 Sweety Shekhar Bhope Vishal Bhardwaj [48]
What's Your Raashee? 2009 Various[b] Ashutosh Gowariker [49]
Pyaar Impossible! 2010 Alisha Merchant Jugal Hansraj [50]
Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai 2010 Herself Milap Zaveri Cameo appearance [51]
Anjaana Anjaani 2010 Kiara Vaswani Siddharth Anand [52]
7 Khoon Maaf 2011 Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes Vishal Bhardwaj [53]
Ra.One 2011 Desi Girl Anubhav Sinha Cameo appearance [54]
Don 2 2011 Roma Farhan Akhtar [55]
Agneepath 2012 Kaali Gawde Karan Malhotra [56]
Teri Meri Kahaani 2012 Rukhsar / Radha / Aradhana[c] Kunal Kohli [57]
Barfi! 2012 Jhilmil Chatterjee Anurag Basu [58]
Deewana Main Deewana 2013 Priya Singh K. C. Bokadia [59]
Girl Rising 2013 Narrator Richard E. Robbins Documentary [60]
Shootout at Wadala 2013 Babli Badmaash Sanjay Gupta Cameo appearance in song "Babli Badmaash Hai" [61]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Herself Various Cameo appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [62]
Planes 2013 Ishani Klay Hall Voice role [63]
Zanjeer 2013 Mala Apoorva Lakhia Bilingual film (Hindi and Telugu) [64]
Krrish 3 2013 Priya Mehra Rakesh Roshan [65]
Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela 2013 Unknown Sanjay Leela Bhansali Cameo appearance in song "Ram Chahe Leela" [66]
Gunday 2014 Nandita Sengupta Ali Abbas Zafar [67]
Mary Kom 2014 Mary Kom Omung Kumar Also playback singer for lullaby "Chaoro"

[68]
[69]

Dil Dhadakne Do 2015 Ayesha Sangha Zoya Akhtar Also playback singer for song "Dil Dhadakne Do" [70]
Bajirao Mastani 2015 Kashibai Sanjay Leela Bhansali [71]
Jai Gangaajal 2016 Abha Mathur Prakash Jha [72]
Bam Bam Bol Raha Hai Kashi 2016 Santosh Mishra Bhojpuri film
Producer
[73]
Ventilator 2016 Herself Rajesh Mapuskar Marathi film
Producer; cameo appearance
Also playback singer for song "Baba"
[74]
Sarvann 2017 Karan Guliani Punjabi film
Producer
[75]
Baywatch 2017 Victoria Leeds Seth Gordon [76]
Kay Re Rascalaa 2017 I Giridhiran Marathi film
Producer
[77]
PahunaFilms that have not yet been released 2017 Pakhi Tyrewala Sikkimese film
Producer
[78]
A Kid Like JakeFilms that have not yet been released 2018 Amal Silas Howard [79]
Isn't It Romantic?Films that have not yet been released 2019 Isabella Todd Strauss-Schulson [80]

Television

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 2010 Host [81]
Quantico 2015–present Alex Parrish Lead role [82]
It's My City 2016 Herself Producer; also guest role [83]

Music videos

Title Year Performer(s) Album Ref.
"Sajan Mere Satrangiya" 2000 Daler Mehndi Ek Dana [84]
"Phir Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" 2010 Various [85]
"Mind Blowing" 2011 Ganesh Hegde Let's Party [86]
"In My City" 2012 Priyanka Chopra (featuring will.i.am) [87]
"Exotic" 2013 Priyanka Chopra (featuring Pitbull) [88]
"I Can't Make You Love Me" 2014 Priyanka Chopra [89]
"Don't You Need Somebody" 2016 RedOne (featuring Enrique Iglesias, R. City, Shaggy and Serayah) [90]

Video games

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Marvel Avengers Academy 2016 Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel Voice-over [91]

Notes

  1. ^ Chopra played dual roles in the film.
  2. ^ Chopra played twelve distinct roles in the film: namely Anjali, Sanjana, Kajal, Hansa, Rajni, Chandrika, Mallika, Nandini, Pooja, Vishakha, Bhavna and Jhankhana.
  3. ^ Chopra played three distinct roles in the film.

See also

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