15 Facts About Amrita Singh


Amrita Singh was born on 9 February 1958 and is an Indian actress.


Amrita Singh took a break from acting in the early 1990s for a decade and returned to acting in 2002, occasionally playing supporting roles.


Amrita Singh was born on 9 February 1958 to Rukhsana Sultana and an army officer Shivinder Singh Virk.


Amrita Singh's mother was a political associate of Sanjay Gandhi during the Indian Emergency in the 1970s, who became known for leading Sanjay Gandhi's sterilisation campaign in Muslim areas of Old Delhi.


Amrita Singh attended Modern School in New Delhi and is fluent in English, Punjabi and Hindi.


Amrita Singh made her Bollywood debut in 1983 with Betaab, an highly successful romantic drama in which she was paired with Sunny Deol.


Amrita Singh made a successful pair in several films, not only with Sunny Deol, Sanjay Dutt, and Raj Babbar, but with Jeetendra, Vinod Khanna, Anil Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan, some of the leading actors of the 1980s.


Amrita Singh decided to retire into family life and quit acting after her appearance in Rang.


Amrita Singh returned to acting in 2002 with 23rd March 1931: Shaheed, in which she played the mother of Bhagat Amrita Singh.


Amrita Singh joined the television industry with Ekta Kapoor's family drama Kavyanjali, which aired on Star Plus in 2005.


In 2007, Amrita Singh played the role of gangster Maya Dolas' mother, Ratnaprabha Dolas, in the Sanjay Gupta film Shootout at Lokhandwala, directed by Apoorva Lakhia - Vivek Oberoi played the role of Maya Dolas.


Badla met with highly positive reviews, and Amrita Singh's performance received high critical acclaim.


The film proved to be a commercial success, and Amrita Singh's performance earned her a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress.


Amrita Singh, who was raised as a Sikh, converted to Islam before marriage and the couple had an Islamic wedding.


Amrita Singh gave up acting after her marriage to Khan.