Raveena Tandon filmography

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Tandon at the Colors Golden Petal Awards, 2012

Raveena Tandon is an Indian actress known for her work in Bollywood films. She made her debut opposite Salman Khan in the 1991 film Patthar Ke Phool, which earned her the Filmfare Award for New Face of the Year.[1] This was followed by a series of unsuccessful films including Ek Hi Raasta (1993) and Parampara (1993).[1][2] In 1994, she appeared in eight Hindi films, most of them were commercial successes. Among these were two of the top-grossing films – the romantic musical drama Dilwale and the action drama Mohra.[3] The success of the latter marked a turning point in her career, establishing Tandon as a leading actress in Hindi cinema.[4] The same year, her performance in the drama Laadla, earned her a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her other film was the comedy Andaz Apna Apna, which though initially a box office disappointment, attained cult status over the years.[1]

Tandon subsequently played leading roles opposite Akshay Kumar in Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi (1996) and Sunny Deol in Ziddi (1997). Both films were among the highest grossing Bollywood films of their respective years.[5][6] In 1998, she starred opposite Govinda in the commercially successful comedies Dulhe Raja, and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan.[2] Tandon had five film releases in 1999. While the comedy Anari No.1 was a commercial success, her other four releases that year performed poorly at the box office.[2] Nevertheless, she received praise for her performance in the crime drama Shool.[7]

In the early 2000s, she ventured into more serious dramatic roles and turned towards arthouse cinema. She received critical acclaim for her performances in them.[1][7] She won the National Film Award for Best Actress for playing a victim of domestic abuse in the 2001 social drama Daman.[7] The same year, her performance in the supernatural thriller Aks won her the Filmfare Special Performance Award.[1] She received further praise for portraying a politician in Madhur Bhandarkar's 2003 drama Satta.[7] Later, she starred on the Sahara One television series Sahib Biwi Gulam, Rituparno Ghosh's adaptation of Bimal Mitra's novel. After her marriage in 2004, she took a break from films, appearing occasionally on television.[8] In 2012, she hosted a talk show titled Issi Ka Naam Zindagi on NDTV.

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Patthar Ke Phool 1991 Kiran Khanna Anant Balani Filmfare Award for New Face of the Year [9]
[10]
Jeena Marna Tere Sang 1992 Vijay Reddy [11]
Pehla Nasha 1993 Ashutosh Gowariker [12]
Divya Shakti 1993 Priya Sameer Malkan [13]
Kshatriya 1993 Nilima J. P. Dutta [14]
Parampara 1993 Vijaya Yash Chopra [15]
Ek Hi Raasta 1993 Priya Choudhry Deepak Bahry [16]
Ratha Saradhi 1993 Rekha Sharath Telugu film [17][18]
Bangaru Bullodu 1993 Priya Ravi Raja Pinisetty Telugu film [19]
[20]
Zamane Se Kya Darna 1994 Bobby Raaj [21]
Dilwale 1994 Sapna Harry Baweja [22]
Insaniyat 1994 Salma Tony Juneja [23]
Imtihaan 1994 Priti Harry Baweja [24]
Laadla 1994 Kajal Raj Kanwar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [10]
[25]
Andaz Apna Apna 1994 Raveena alias Karishma Rajkumar Santoshi [26]
Aatish 1994 Nisha Sanjay Gupta [27]
Mohra 1994 Roma Singh Rajiv Rai [28]
Main Khiladi Tu Anari 1994 Sameer Malkan Cameo appearance [29]
Sadhu 1994 P. Vasu Tamil film [30]
Taqdeerwala 1995 Lilly K. Murali Mohan Rao [31]
Zamaana Deewana 1995 Priya Singh Ramesh Sippy [32]
Saajan Ki Baahon Mein 1995 Sapna Narang Jay Prakash [33]
Vijeta 1996 Vijaya K. Murali Mohan Rao [34]
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi 1996 Priya Umesh Mehra [35]
Rakshak 1996 Ashok Honda Cameo appearance in song "Shahar Ki Ladki" [36]
Anjaane 1997 Unknown [37]
Dus 1997 Mukul S. Anand Incomplete film [38]
Ziddi 1997 Jaya Guddu Dhanoa [39]
Daava 1997 Seema Sunil Agnihotri [40]
Deewana Mastana 1997 Sexy Girl David Dhawan Cameo appearance [41]
Ghulam-E-Mustafa 1997 Kavita Partho Ghosh [42]
Vinashak – Destroyer 1997 Kajal Ravi Dewan [43]
Keemat – They Are Back 1998 Sharmili Sameer Malkan [44]
Salaakhen 1998 Guddu Dhanoa [45]
Aunty No. 1 1998 Sandhya Kirti Kumar [46]
Gharwali Baharwali 1998 Kajal David Dhawan [47]
Dulhe Raja 1998 Kiran Singhania Harmesh Malhotra [48]
Barood 1998 Neha Singhal Pramod Chakravorty [49]
Bade Miyan Chote Miyan 1998 Seema David Dhawan [50]
Pardesi Babu 1998 Karuna Manoj Agrawal [51]
Anari No.1 1999 Sapna Kuku Kohli [52]
Jai Hind 1999 Gulnar Manoj Kumar [53]
Rajaji 1999 Payal Vimal Kumar [54]
Shool 1999 Manjari Singh E. Nivas [55]
Gair 1999 Madhu Ashok Gaikwad [56]
Upendra 1999 Upendra Kannada film [57]
Tune Mera Dil Le Liya 2000 B. B. Bhalla [58]
Jung 2000 Naina Sanjay Gupta [59]
Bulandi 2000 Meena Tatineni Rama Rao [60]
Khauff 2000 Sanjay Gupta Cameo appearance [61]
Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye 2000 Nisha K. Murali Mohan Rao [62]
Ghaath 2000 Akashdeep [63]
Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence 2001 Durga Kalpana Lajmi National Film Award for Best Actress [1]
[64]
Aks 2001 Neeta Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Filmfare Special Performance Award [1]
[65]
Akasa Veedhilo 2001 Indu Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Telugu film [19]
[66]
Aalavandhan 2001 Tejaswini Suresh Krissna Tamil film [67]
Abhay 2001 Tejaswini Suresh Krissna [68]
Officer 2001 Meenal alias Pari Naeem Shah [69]
Akhiyon Se Goli Maare 2002 Kiran Bhangare Harmesh Malhotra [70]
Ek Hindustani 2002 Tinu Anand [71]
Soch 2002 Preeti Sardesai Sushen Bhatnagar [72]
Agni Varsha 2002 Vishaka Arjun Sajnani [73]
Waah! Tera Kya Kehna 2002 Salma Khan Manoj Agrawal [74]
Satta 2003 Anuradha Sehgal Madhur Bhandarkar [75]
Pran Jaye Par Shaan Na Jaye 2003 Laxmi Rathod Sanjay Jha [76]
Stumped 2003 Reema Seth Gaurav Pandey Also producer [77]
Qayamat: City Under Threat 2003 Mamta Harry Baweja Cameo appearance in song "Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai" [78]
[79]
LOC Kargil 2003 Deepak's wife J. P. Dutta [80]
Jaago 2004 Shraddha Mehul Kumar [81]
Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke 2004 Jaya Birendra Nath Tiwari [82]
Police Force: An Inside Story 2004 Roma Dileep Shukla [83]
Aan: Men at Work 2004 Roshni Verma Madhur Bhandarkar [84]
Ek Se Badhkar Ek 2004 Kanchan Dhillon Kundan Shah [85]
Dobara 2004 Ria Shashi Ranjan [86]
Pehchaan: The Face of Truth 2005 Mridula Shrabani Deodhar Also producer [87]
[88]
[89]
Ek Din Anjaane Mein 2006 Bappaditya Roy [90]
Sandwich 2006 Nisha Anees Bazmee [91]
Laboratory 2010 Sohini Raja Sen Bengali film [92]
Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap 2011 Kamini Puri Jagannath [93]
Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda 2014 Satya Sriwass Telugu film [94]
Bombay Velvet 2015 Club singer Anurag Kashyap Cameo appearance [95]
Jai Hind 2015 Vinay Jaiswal Short film [96]
2 Chehare 2015 Radha Ashok Gaikwad [97]
Maatr 2017 Vidya Chauhan Ashtar Sayed [98]
Hanuman Da' Damdaar 2017 Añjanā Ruchi Narain Animated film [99]
Shab 2017 Sonal Modi Onir [100]

Television

Key
Shows yet to be aired Denotes shows yet to be aired
Title Year Role Channel Notes Ref.
Sahib Biwi Gulam 2003 Choti Bahu Sahara One [101]
[102]
Chak De Bachche 2008 Judge 9X Reality dance show [103]
Chhote Miyan 2009 Judge Colors Reality comedy show [104]
Comedy Ka Maha Muqabala 2011 Judge STAR Plus Reality comedy show [105]
Issi Ka Naam Zindagi 2012 Host NDTV Talk show [106]
Simply Baatien With Raveena 2014 Host Sony Pal Talk show [107]
Sabse Bada Kalakar 2017 Judge Sony TV Kids Reality Show [108]
Shine of India Film has yet to be released TBD Judge Channel V India Reality dance show [109]

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