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Urmila Matondkar is one of Bollywood’s most versatile actresses today. He began his career in the Hindi film industry, as a child artist, and became one of the most talented and sensual actresses. While the boys drool by their sensual character in “Rangeela”, they were impressed with their simple interpretation in “Satya”. Willing to explore each arena, Urmila was also seen in negative roles, in “Kaun” and “Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya.” Be it the role of a woman possessed in “Bhoot”, a ruthless avenger in “Ek Hasina Thi” or an item girl in “RGV ki Aag”, she has always acted with conviction.
Urmila Matondkar entered Bollywood as a children’s artist, with her first film in “Kalyug” (1980), followed by “Zakol”. However, it was his third film “Masoom” (1983) that made the audience sit down and realize. Subsequently, it was seen in “Sur Sangam” (1985), along with “Dacait” and “Zindagi” (1987). Urmila made her main star debut in a Malayalam movie “Chanakyan” (1989), in which she starred alongside Kamal Hassan. It was “Narasimha” (1991) that served as his debut as a protagonist in Hindi movies.
In 1992, Urmila acted in “Chamatkar”, his first film with Shahrukh Khan “, followed by” Antam “(Telugu movie) and” Drohi “(Hindi version of” Antam “). With the last two films, the Urmila’s association with the director as Ram Gopal Verma (RGV). The following year, she was seen in “Shreeman Aashiq”, “Gaayam” (another GRV movie) and Bedardi, even after starring in so many films, success continued to evade it. It was in 1995 that he obtained the first success of his career, with “Rangeela”, an RGV film.
Rangeela also got him the first nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. The year 1995 also saw Urmila being part of “Tacholi Varghese Chekavar” (Malayalam Film) and “Money Money”. In 1997, “Judaai” appeared, a film that earned its nominations for Best Supporting Actress, along with “Daud”, another RGV film. The following year, they saw her in “Satya,” a movie based on the underworld that became a huge success. Urmila also received rave reviews for her performance on “Satya.” The same year, she played “Kaun”, her first negative role.
The 2000s saw her move towards critically acclaimed roles. In 2001, she was seen in “Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya” (2001), in which she played the role of an obsessed lover. Her performance was greatly appreciated and she was also nominated for the Best Filmfare Villain Award. In 2002 we saw her appear in “Om Jai Jagdish” and “Deewangee”, none of which was a blockbuster. In 2003, he attracted the public with his performance in “Bhoot”, a supernatural thriller, and “Pinjar”, a film set in the background of the 1947 partition in India.
‘Bhoot’ won the first Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance – Women. The same year, he received the Rajiv Gandhi Award, for “Achievement in Bollywood.” In 2004, Urmila played the leading role of a deceived woman seeking revenge for her lover, in “Ek Hasina Thi”. The following year he saw her being part of a supernatural thriller “Naina”, in addition to the critically acclaimed “Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara”. The last film gave Urmila his second Bollywood Film Award for Best Actress.
In 2006, “Banaras” and “Bas Ek Pal” were the two films in which it was seen. Although it was not very successful, the films received critical acclaim. In 2007, his only film, in the lead role, was “Speed.” Urmila is an outstanding dancer and has appeared in several numbers of articles, including “Chamma Chamma” (China Gate), “Aaiye Aajaye” (Lajja) and “Mehbooba” (RGV Ki Aag). In 2007, he gave his voice for Asha Bhonsle’s album “Asha and Friends Vol 1”, in which he sang the song “Mehbooba Dilruba”, with Asha.