Urmila Matondkar filmography

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Urmila Matondkar in 2015

Urmila Matondkar is an Indian actress, who appears primarily in Hindi language films. Apart from her acting, Matondkar has also gained popularity for her dancing skills.[1] She made her acting debut as a child artist in Shreeram Lagoo's 1980 Marathi film Zaakol and later appeared in Shekhar Kapur's critically acclaimed Hindi film Masoom (1983).[1][2] After making her leading role debut with the 1989 Malayalam thriller Chanakyan, Matondkar starred in her first major Bollywood role in the 1992 fantasy film Chamatkar. She successfully made the transition from child star to a leading actress with Ram Gopal Varma's blockbuster Rangeela (1995).[1][3] Her portrayal of an aspiring actress, Mili Joshi, opposite Aamir Khan received praise from critics and public alike and garnered her first nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[1][4]

In 1997, Matondkar received a nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the widely successful drama Judaai.[3][4] The following year, she starred in the crime drama Satya, which has been cited one of the greatest films of Indian cinema, for which she received another Filmfare Award nomination for Best Actress.[4][5] The same year, her dance performance in the item number "Chamma Chamma" from China Gate won her rave reviews.[1] In 1999, she received praise for playing a psychopath in the psychological thriller Kaun and the romantic comedy Khoobsurat, a box office success.[3][6] Her other four releases of the year including Jaanam Samjha Karo, and Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain were commercial failures.[3] She played an obsessive lover in the 2001 romantic drama Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, which earned her a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role.[4]

From 2003 to 2005, Matondkar starred in six consecutive films that garnered her widespread critical acclaim.[1][6] In 2003, she played a possessed woman in the commercially successful horror film Bhoot, which won her the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.[3][4] The same year, she starred in the drama Tehzeeb and the period drama Pinjar, based on the partition of India.[6] The role of a violent avenger in the 2004 neo-noir Ek Hasina Thi garnered her several Best Actress nominations, including Filmfare.[4] In 2005, she starred in the horror film Naina and the drama Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara.[6] This was followed by a series of commercial failures such as Bas Ek Pal (2006), Speed (2007), and Karzzzz (2008).[3] Her first leading role in Marathi cinema came with the 2014 drama Ajoba, in which she played a wildlife photographer.[7]

Films

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Zaakol 1980 Unknown Shreeram Lagoo Marathi film [2]
Kalyug 1981 Parikshit Shyam Benegal [8]
Masoom 1983 Winky Shekhar Kapoor [9]
Bhavna 1984 Unknown Praveen Bhatt [10]
Sur Sangam 1985 Unknown Kasinathuni Viswanath [11]
Dacait 1987 Shanta Rahul Rawail [12]
Bade Ghar Ki Beti 1989 Pushpa Kalpataru [13]
Chanakyan 1989 Renu T. K. Rajeev Kumar Malayalam film [14]
Narasimha 1991 Singh N. Chandra [15]
Chamatkar 1992 Mala Rajiv Mehra [16]
Antham 1992 Bhavna Ram Gopal Varma Telugu film [17]
Drohi 1992 Bhavana Ram Gopal Varma [18]
Shreemaan Aashique 1993 Shakuntala (Shaku) Deepak Anand [19]
Gaayam 1993 Chitra Ram Gopal Varma Telugu film [20]
Bedardi 1993 Honey Krishnakant Pandya [21]
Kanoon 1994 Shalu Sushma Shiromani [22]
Aa Gale Lag Ja 1994 Roshni Hamid Ali [23]
Rangeela 1995 Mili Joshi Ram Gopal Varma Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [24]
[4]
Thacholi Varghese Chekavar 1995 Maya T. K. Rajeev Kumar Malayalam Film [25]
Money Money 1995 Chitra Siva Nageswara Rao Cameo appearance in song "Paadu Kaburu Vinagaane" [26]
Indian 1996 Sapna S. Shankar Tamil film
Dubbed in Hindi as Hindustani
[27]
Judaai 1997 Janhvi Sahni Raj Kanwar Nominated-Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [28]
[4]
Daud 1997 Bhavani Ram Gopal Varma [29]
Mere Sapno Ki Rani 1997 Sapna D K Raghvendra Rao [30]
Anaganaga Oka Roju 1997 Madhu Ram Gopal Varma Telugu film [31]
Aflatoon 1997 Pooja Guddu Dhanoa [32]
Satya 1998 Vidya Ram Gopal Varma Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [33]
[4]
China Gate 1998 Unknown Rajkumar Santoshi Cameo appearance in song "Chamma Chamma" [34]
Kudrat 1998 Madhu Raj N. Sippy [35]
Chhota Chetan 1998 Miss Hawa Hawai Jijo Punnoose [36]
Kaun 1999 Unnamed Ram Gopal Varma [37]
Jaanam Samjha Karo 1999 Chandni Majrooh Sultanpuri [38]
Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain 1999 Radhika Nabh Kumar Raju [39]
Mast 1999 Mallika Ram Gopal Varma [40]
Dillagi 1999 Shalini Sunny Deol [41]
Khoobsurat 1999 Shivani Sanjay Chhel [42]
Kunwara 2000 Urmila Singh David Dhawan [43]
Jungle 2000 Anu Malhotra Ram Gopal Varma [44]
Deewane 2000 Sapna Harry Baweja [45]
Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya 2001 Ria Rajat Mukherjee Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [46]
[4]
Lajja 2001 Dancer Rajkumar Santoshi Cameo appearance in song "Aa Hi Jaiye" [47]
Company 2002 Unknown Ram Gopal Varma Cameo appearance in song "A Shot of Company" [48]
Om Jai Jagadish 2002 Nitu Anupam Kher [49]
Deewangee 2002 Sargam Anees Bazmee [50]
Bhoot 2003 Swati Ram Gopal Varma Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[51]
[4]
Tehzeeb 2003 Tehzeeb Mirza Khalid Mohamed [52]
Pinjar 2003 Puro (Kugi) / Hamida[a] Chandraprakash Dwivedi [53]
Ek Hasina Thi 2004 Sarika Vartak / Swati[a] Sriram Raghavan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [54]
[4]
Naina 2005 Naina Shripal Morakhia [55]
Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara 2005 Trisha Jahnu Barua Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [56]
Banaras 2006 Shwetamabri Pankaj Parashar [57]
Bas Ek Pal 2006 Anamika Onir [58]
Aag 2007 Unknown Ram Gopal Varma Cameo appearance in song "Mehbooba Mehbooba" [59]
Speed 2007 Richa Vikram Bhatt [15]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Herself Farah Khan Cameo appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [60]
Karzzzz 2008 Kaamini Satish Kaushik [61]
EMI 2008 Prerana Joshi Saurabh Kabra [62]
Shabri 2011 Unknown Lalit Marathe Cameo appearance [63]
Hridayanath 2012 Unknown Amar Gupte Cameo appearance in song "Yana Yana" [64]
Delhi Safari 2012 Begum Nikhil Advani Voice [65]
Life Mein Hungama Hai 2013 Unknown Sunil Advani Cameo appearance [66]
Ajoba 2014 Purva Sujay Dahake Marathi film [7]
Raita TBA Unknown Abhinay Deo Special appearance in a song [67]

Television

Title Year Role Network Notes Ref.
Katha Sagar 1986 Shikha / Urmi DD National [68]
Zindagi 1987 Vimla DD National [69]
Indradhanush 1989 Bala's girlfriend DD National [70]
Bible Ki Kahaniya 1993–95 Noah Wife's Niece DD National [71]
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Season 2 2007 Herself Sony TV Judge [72]
Waar Parriwar 2008 Herself Sony TV Host [73]
Chak Dhoom Dhoom 2011 Herself Colors TV Judge [74]
Dance Maharashtra Dance 2012–13 Herself Zee Marathi Judge [75]
Marathi Paul Padte Pudhe Atkepar Zenda 2011–12 Herself Zee Marathi Judge [76]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Matondkar played a single character which had two different names.

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