Urmila

Bobby Dar

Sialkot, Pakistan

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My new drawing of Beautiful Indian Actress Urmila.
She is my fav actress Countless actress work in movies but I Love her movies and foto.
She is a child star and very good dancer.
Listen my friends I am so tired because her pearl jewellry took my countless time.


Urmila Matondkar started her career as a child artist. Perhaps the best known of her early movies is Shekhar Kapur’s Masoom in 1983. She made her adult debut as an actress with the film Bade Ghar Ki Beti. She next starred in the fantasy film Chamatkar, along with Shahrukh Khan.

She went on to frequently collaborate with film director Ram Gopal Verma, who is known for his thrillers. Her first film with him was Antham, which was a bilingual film and was titled as Drohi (1992 film) in (Hindi). She has also made her appearance in Doordarshan Serial Bible Ki Kahaniyan. Since then, she has starred in numerous subsequent RGV pictures, like Gaayam (Telugu), her 1995 musical hit Rangeela. She played a star-struck dancer in the film, and received her first Filmfare Best Actress Award nomination for her performance in the film. Following RGV projects were Anaganaga Oka Roju (1997), Daud (film) (1997), Satya (1998), Kaun (1999), Mast (2000), Jungle (2000), Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (2001), Bhoot (2003), and Ek Hasina Thi (2004).

In 1997 her film Judaai was a hit but her other releases such as Daud and Aflatoon were not as successful.6 Her performance in Judaai earned her a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award nomination.7

In 1998, she earned critical acclaim for her performance in Satya, for which she received another Filmfare nomination. Satya was a critical and commercial success.8

In 1999, she got rave reviews for her performance as a pschycopath in Kaun, which was a moderate success, and saw further success with Jaanam Samjha Karo, Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain and Khoobsurat, all moderate successes at the box office.

During the 2000s, Matondkar revealed strong, dramatic and psychological features in her roles, and delivered a number of critically acclaimed performances. She won favourable reviews for her role as an obsessive lover in Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (2001), and received various Best Villain nominations for her performance.

In 2003, she was part of several projects. She played the role of a north Indian girl in the background of the 1947 India partition in the critically acclaimed Pinjar. She played the title role in Khalid Mohammed’s drama Tehzeeb, starring along Shabana Azmi. However, she was mainly noted for her performance in Bhoot, a horror movie. Matondkar enacted a ghost-possessed woman; her performance was much appreciated by critics and audiences and she won her first Filmfare Award under the Best Actress (Critics’ Choice) category, as well as various Best Actress awards at different award ceremonies, such as Star Screen Awards, Zee Cine Awards and Bollywood Movie Awards. She later received the national honour Rajiv Gandhi Award for the film, as a recognition to her achievement in Bollywood. Taran Adarsh wrote of her performance, “…the film clearly belongs to Urmila Matondkar all the way. To state that she is excellent would be doing gross injustice to her work. Sequences when she is possessed are simply astounding. If this performance doesn’t deserve an award, no other performance should. It beats all competition hollow.”9

In 2004, she got critical recognition for her performance as a merciless avenger in Ram Gopal Verma’s Ek Hasina Thi, co-starring Saif Ali Khan. She played the role of a deceived woman who is jailed because of her lover, played by Khan, and later flees from prison to avenge him. Once again, Matondkar was nominated for a Filmfare for her performance in the film.

Next year in 2005, she tried her hand with another horror film, playing the title role in the film Naina, which failed. However, her performance as the caring daughter of Anupam Kher in Jahnu Barua’s art film Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara was very well received, and she won her second Bollywood Movie Award for Best Actress.

Apart from holding a successful acting career, she is regarded as an outstanding dancer and has been a featured performer in many Bollywood item numbers. Her best-known item number is the Chamma Chamma sequence from the 1998 China Gate. Other hit numbers include Aaiye Aajaye from the hit film Lajja. She was signed to perform the item song in Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag, a remake of the 1975 blockbuster Sholay. She played the role originally played by Helen.

In 2007, Matondkar lent her voice for Asha Bhonsle’s album Asha and Friends Vol 1, where she performed with Bhosle the duet song “Mehbooba Dilruba”. In fact, throughout the 1990s – 2000s, Bhosle sang the maximum number of songs for Urmila.

In 2008, Matondkar was seen with Himesh Reshammiya in a remake of the 1980 film Karz, titled Karzzzz. Even though the film flopped miserably at the box office, Urmila was praised for her acting and adding her own flavour to the role of Kamini. That year also marked Matondkar’s debut on Indian television as a host of a reality show named Waar Parriwar.

[edit] AwardsYear Award Ceremony Category Film Result
1996 Filmfare Awards Best Actress10 Rangeela Nominated
1998 Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actress Judaai Nominated
1999 Filmfare Awards Best Actress11 Satya Nominated
2002 Filmfare Awards Best Villain Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya Nominated
Star Screen Awards Best Actress Nominated
Bollywood Movie Awards Most Sensational Actress Won
2004 Filmfare Awards Best Actress (Critics) Bhoot Won12
Filmfare Awards Best Actress Nominated
Star Screen Awards Best Actress Won
Apsara Producers Guild Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Won
IIFA Awards Best Actress Nominated
Zee Cine Awards Best Actress Won
Bollywood Movie Awards Best Actress Won
Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Awards Achievement in Bollywood13 Won
2005 Filmfare Awards Best Actress Ek Hasina Thi Nominated
Star Screen Awards Best Actress Nominated
Zee Cine Awards Best Actress Nominated
IIFA Awards Best Actress Nominated
2006 Bollywood Movie Awards Best Actress Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara Won
Apsara Producers Guild Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated
Zee Cine Awards Best Actress Nominated
2009 Stardust Awards Best Villain Karzzz Nominated
19 June 2011
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As usual i made this foto with 2 pencils and 80 gm paper. love u all

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