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Amruta Subhash is a film, theater, and television actress from India.
Amruta Subhash’s birthday is on 13th May. Amruta Subhash’s birth year is 1979. Amruta Subhash’s age is 42 years as of 2022. Amruta Subhash’s birthplace is Mumbai. Amruta Subhash’s zodiac sign is Taurus.
Amruta Subhash completed her graduation from S P College, Pune. Amruta Subhash then studied acting at the National School of Drama, New Delhi.
Amruta Subhash is married to Sandeep Kulkarni who is also a renowned director and writer of Marathi plays and movies. Amruta Subhash’s family includes her parents and a sister. Amruta Subhash’s mother Jyoti Subhash is also a Marathi film actor.
Amruta Subhash appears mainly in Marathi films and plays. Amruta Subhash made her film debut in the 2004 film Shwaas, which won the 51st National Film Awards for Best Feature Film. The film was also India's official entry for the 77th Academy Awards in the category of Best Foreign Language Film; however, it did not make the list of nominees.Subhash then went on to star in a lot more Hindi films. Chausar was her next endeavor. The following year, she starred in Gulzar's television film Nirmala, which was based on Premchand's novel of the same name. The film was the final installment in Gulzar's Tehreer series, which aired on Doordarshan in October 2004.
Amruta Subhash then appeared in a number of TV programmes, including Zoka, Paaulkhuna, and, most notably, Awaghachi Sansaar, all of which broadcast on Zee Marathi. She rose to prominence in the part of Aasawari, in which she played opposite actor Prasad Oak. White Rainbow, a 2005 film inspired on the experiences of the widows of Vrindavan, featured her as a 15-year-old widow pushed into prostitution.
Amruta Subhash had a supporting role in Nandita Das's debut directorial endeavor Firaaq, which was based on the aftermath of Gujarat's 2002 sectarian violence. The film included several renowned performers, including Naseeruddin Shah, Paresh Rawal, and Deepti Naval, and was critically acclaimed both nationally and internationally. Valu, a Marathi-language comedy, was released the same year. The film starred Atul Kulkarni, Mohan Agashe, Bharati Achrekar, Girish Kulkarni, and Dilip Prabhavalkar, and was directed by Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni. Jyoti Subhash, Subhash's mother, was also featured in the film.
Tya Ratri Paus Hota, her 2009 film, starred her as a drug-addicted adolescent. Gandha, directed by Sachin Kundalkar, was released the same year. In the production, Subhash's mother played her imaginary mother. Kundalkar later converted the film into Hindi as Aiyyaa in 2012.
Amruta Subhash has also appeared in a number of theater productions, including Sathecha Kaay Karayacha! and Shree Tashi Sau. Amruta Subhas played Salma in Sandesh Kulkarni's film Sathecha Kaay Karayacha, in which she played an understanding wife who strives to alleviate the problems of her husband, who suffers from self-torturing jealousy. Director Chetan Datar pays respect to famous theater personality Satyadev Dubey in Ajuni Yeto Vaas Fhulana. While Nandu Madhav portrayed Dubey, Subhas portrayed an experienced pupil of Dubey. She also appeared in Sachin Kundalkar's play Chhotyashya Suteet. She made her acting debut in Girish Joshi's play Love Birds in 2008. The suspense thriller was warmly received by the audience.
Amruta Subhash spent three years studying classical singing. Jata Jata Pawasane was her debut album. She has performed as a background singer in films such as Haapus (2010) and Ajintha (2012), as well as providing music for Nital (2006) and Teen Bahene. She competed in the Marathi singing competition Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, which was organized for celebrities, in 2012. She made it to the final five and competed against Ajay Purkar, Ketki Thatte, Vaibhav Mangle, and Prashant Damle, with Damle winning the competition.
Amruta Subhash also worked in web series like Sacred Games, Selection Day and Bombay Begums. Amruta Subhash’s popular films include Gully Boy, Choked, Dhamaka, Dithee, Raman Raghav 2.0, Balak Palak, Vihir and many more.
Amruta Subhash received the Zee Marathi Awards Best Actress award in 2006 for her role in the TV programme Avaghachi Sansar. Her performance in the film Savalee earned her the V. Shantaram Award. In 2014, Amruta Subhash won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film Astu, directed by Sumitra Bhave–Sunil Sukthankar (which she co-starred in with Aida El-Kashef), and the Crystal Bear for Best Film, awarded by the children's jury in the Generation Kplus section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival for her role in the film Killa. Amruta Subhash also won a Filmfare award for her performance in Gully Boy.
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