Tabu filmography

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Tabu poses for the camera.
Tabu in 2012

Indian actress Tabu, also credited as Tabbu, has appeared in Hindi, Telugu, English, Tamil, Malayalam and Bengali films. Tabu's first credited role came as a teenager in Dev Anand's Hum Naujawan (1985), and her first major role was in the Telugu film Coolie No. 1 (1991).[1][2] In 1994, she starred in two Hindi films—the romance Pehla Pehla Pyar and the action drama Vijaypath—and received the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for the latter.[3] After appearing in a series of poorly received films, including Prem and Saajan Ki Baahon Mein (both 1995), the year 1996 was key for Tabu.[4] Her performance as a young woman affected by the Punjab insurgency in Gulzar's Maachis (1996) proved to be a breakthrough for her, and won her the National Film Award for Best Actress.[4][5] Also that year, Tabu won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu for the romance Ninne Pelladata, and featured alongside Govinda and Karisma Kapoor in the commercially successful comedy film Saajan Chale Sasural.[6][7]

Tabu had a brief role in the war film Border, the highest-grossing Hindi film of 1997, and portrayed a village girl opposite Anil Kapoor in the Priyadarshan-directed drama Virasat.[8][9] Among her 1999 releases were two of the top-grossing Bollywood films of the year—the comedy Biwi No.1, and the family drama Hum Saath-Saath Hain.[10] She also starred as the rebellious daughter of a corrupt politician in Gulzar's Hu Tu Tu (1999).[11] The film garnered positive reviews from critics but performed poorly at the box office.[12] The following year, she starred in Kandukondain Kandukondain, a Tamil adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Sense and Sensibility, and played a submissive homemaker in the bilingual drama Astitva.[13][14] Tabu garnered a second National Film Award for Best Actress for portraying a bar dancer in Madhur Bhandarkar's crime drama Chandni Bar (2001).[15][16] In 2003, she starred in the Bengali film Abar Aranye, and portrayed Nimmi, a character based on Lady Macbeth, in Maqbool—an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Macbeth from director Vishal Bhardwaj.[17][18] Her other releases of 2003—the erotic thriller Hawa and the action drama Jaal: The Trap—were commercial failures.[19] The following year, Tabu played triple roles in M. F. Husain's musical drama Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities.[20]

The year 2006 saw Tabu star in her first international project—the Mira Nair-directed adaptation of Jhumpa Lahiri's novel The Namesake.[14][21] Also that year, she played a brief role in the romantic thriller Fanaa.[14] In R. Balki's Cheeni Kum (2007), Tabu starred alongside Amitabh Bachchan as a woman romantically involved with a much older man;[15] the role earned her a record fourth Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.[a][23][24] Tabu took on fewer film projects over the next few years.[25] She played a prostitute in the Telugu film Pandurangadu (2008) and appeared briefly in Ang Lee's adventure film Life of Pi (2012).[26][27] In 2014, Tabu starred alongside Salman Khan in Jai Ho, and garnered critical acclaim for playing Ghazala Meer, a character based on Gertrude in Bhardwaj's adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet, entitled Haider.[28][29] She won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for the latter.[30] Tabu went on to garner praise for playing a senior police-officer in the thriller Drishyam (2015) and a character based on Miss Havisham in the drama Fitoor (2016).[31][32]

Filmography

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role(s) Language Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Bazaar 1982 Hindi Sagar Sarhadi Uncredited [1]
Hum Naujawan 1985 Priya Hindi Dev Anand [1]
[33]
Coolie No. 1 1991 Ranjani Telugu K. Raghavendra Rao [34]
[35]
Mashooq 1992 Unknown Hindi Mirza Brothers [36]
[37]
Pehla Pehla Pyar 1994 Sapna Hindi Manmohan Singh [38]
Vijaypath 1994 Mohini Hindi Farouq Siddiqui Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut [3]
[39]
Prem 1995 Lachi / Sonya Jetley[b] Hindi Satish Kaushik [41]
Saajan Ki Baahon Mein 1995 Kavita Hindi Jai Prakash [42]
Sisindri 1995 Telugu Shiva Nageswara Rao Special appearance [43]
Haqeeqat 1995 Sudha Hindi Sandesh Kohli [44]
Himmat 1996 Anju Hindi Sunil Sharma [45]
Kadhal Desam 1996 Divya Tamil Kathir [46]
Tu Chor Main Sipahi 1996 Kajal Hindi Guddu Dhanoa [47]
Jeet 1996 Tulsi Hindi Raj Kanwar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [48]
[49]
Kaalapani 1996 Parvathi Malayalam Priyadarshan [4]
Maachis 1996 Veerandra (Veeran) Hindi Gulzar National Film Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[5]
[50]
[51]
Saajan Chale Sasural 1996 Divya Khurana Hindi David Dhawan [52]
Ninne Pelladata 1996 Mahalakshmi aka Pandu Telugu Pasupuleti Krishna Vamsi Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [6]
[53]
Darmiyaan: In Between 1997 Chitra Hindi Kalpana Lajmi [54]
Virasat 1997 Gehna Hindi Priyadarshan Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[55]
[22]
[56]
Border 1997 Kuldeep's wife Hindi J. P. Dutta [57]
Iruvar 1997 Senthamarai Tamil Mani Ratnam [58]
Chachi 420 1997 Janki Paswan Hindi Kamal Haasan [59]
Thaayin Manikodi 1998 Rani Tamil Arjun Sarja [60]
Aavida Maa Aavide 1998 Archana Telugu E. V. V. Satyanarayana [61]
2001: Do Hazaar Ek 1998 Billu Hindi Raj N. Sippy [62]
Hu Tu Tu 1999 Panna Hindi Gulzar Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[11]
[63]
[64]
Biwi No.1 1999 Lovely Hindi David Dhawan [65]
Kohram 1999 Inspector Kiran Patkar Hindi Mehul Kumar [66]
Hanuman 1999 Anja English Fred Fougea [67]
Hum Saath-Saath Hain 1999 Sadhana Hindi Sooraj R. Barjatya [68]
Thakshak 1999 Suman Dev Hindi Govind Nihalani [69]
Hera Pheri 2000 Anuradha Shivshankar Panikar Hindi Priyadarshan [70]
Kandukondain Kandukondain 2000 Sowmya Tamil Rajiv Menon [71]
Tarkieb 2000 Roshni Choubey Hindi Esmayeel Shroff [72]
Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar 2000 Kamya Lal Hindi Hansal Mehta [73]
Shikari 2000 Suman Hindi N. Chandra [74]
Astitva 2000 Aditi Pandit Hindi /
Marathi[c]
Mahesh Manjrekar Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[76]
[77]
[78]
Ghaath 2000 Kavita Choudhary Hindi Akashdeep [79]
Snegithiye 2000 ACP Gayatri Tamil Priyadarshan [80]
Cover Story 2000 Jasmine Khan Malayalam G.S. Vijayan [81]
Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya 2001 Roshni Batra Hindi Rajat Rawail [82]
Chandni Bar 2001 Mumtaz Hindi Madhur Bhandarkar National Film Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[3]
[16]
[83]
Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiyaa 2001 Meena Hindi K. Raghavendra Rao [84]
Maa Tujhhe Salaam 2002 Captain Sonia Khanna Hindi Tinu Verma [85]
Filhaal... 2002 Rewa Singh Hindi Meghna Gulzar [86]
Chennakesava Reddy 2002 Devi Telugu V. V. Vinayak [87]
Zindagi Khoobsoorat Hai 2002 Shalu Hindi Manoj Punj [88]
Saathiya 2002 Savithri Rao Hindi Shaad Ali Special appearance [89]
[90]
Abar Aranye 2003 Amrita Bengali Goutam Ghose [91]
Khanjar: The Knife 2003 Shilpa Hindi Chander Sharma [92]
Hawa 2003 Sanjana Hindi Guddu Dhanoa [93]
Jaal: The Trap 2003 Neha Pandit Hindi Guddu Dhanoa [94]
Maqbool 2003 Nimmi Hindi Vishal Bhardwaj [95]
Main Hoon Na 2004 Hindi Farah Khan Uncredited cameo [96]
Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities 2004 Meenaxi / Maria Zarkova[d] Hindi M. F. Husain [20]
Bhagmati 2005 Bhagmati Hindi Ashok Kaul [97]
[98]
Andarivaadu 2005 Shanthi Telugu Srinu Vytla [99]
Silsiilay 2005 Rehana Hindi Khalid Mohamed [100]
Shock 2006 Gita Telugu Harish Shankar [101]
Fanaa 2006 Malini Tyagi Hindi Kunal Kohli [102]
The Namesake 2006 Ashima English Mira Nair Indian-American film [103]
Sarhad Paar 2007 Pammi Hindi Raman Kumar [104]
Rakkilippattu 2007 ACP Gayatri Varma Malayalam Priyadarshan [105]
Cheeni Kum 2007 Nina Verma Hindi R. Balki Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress [23]
[106]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Herself Hindi Farah Khan Cameo appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [107]
[108]
Idi Sangathi 2008 Swarajyalakshmi Telugu Chandra Siddhartha [109]
Pandurangadu 2008 Amrutha Telugu K. Raghavendra Rao Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu [110]
[111]
Toh Baat Pakki! 2010 Rajeshwari Saxena Hindi Kedar Shinde [112]
Khuda Kasam 2010 Neetu Singh Hindi K. C. Bokadia [113]
Urumi 2011 Malayalam Santosh Sivan Special appearance [27]
[114]
Life of Pi 2012 Gita Patel English Ang Lee American film [115]
David 2013 Frenny Hindi Bejoy Nambiar [116]
David 2013 Frenny Tamil Bejoy Nambiar [117]
Jai Ho 2014 Geeta Agnihotri Hindi Sohail Khan [118]
Haider 2014 Ghazala Meer Hindi Vishal Bhardwaj Also playback singer for song "Roshe Valle"
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
[30]
[119]
[120]
Drishyam 2015 Meera Deshmukh Hindi Nishikant Kamat Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [121]
[122]
Talvar 2015 Reema Kumar Hindi Meghna Gulzar Guest appearance [123]
[124]
Fitoor 2016 Begum Hazrat Jaan Hindi Abhishek Kapoor [125]
Shoot the Piano PlayerFilm has yet to be released 2018 TBA Hindi Sriram Raghavan [126]
Missing Film has yet to be released TBA TBA Hindi Manoj Abhyankar Post-production
Also playback singer for song "Soja Re"
[127]
[128]
Golmaal Again Film has yet to be released 2017 TBA Hindi Rohit Shetty Filming [129]
Sanjay Dutt Biopic Film has yet to be released 2017 Herself Hindi Rajkumar Hirani Cameo appearance
Filming
[130]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ Tabu had previously won the award for Virasat, Hu Tu Tu and Astitva.[22]
  2. ^ Tabu played dual roles in the film.[40]
  3. ^ Bilingual film.[75]
  4. ^ Tabu played triple roles in the film, two of whom were named Meenaxi.[20]

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