25 Facts About Amruta Khanvilkar


Amruta Khanvilkar was born on 23 November 1984 and is an Indian film and television actress.


Amruta Khanvilkar made her Marathi film debut with Golmaal and her Hindi debut with Mumbai Salsa.


Amruta Khanvilkar gained popularity in 2010 with her Lavani dance performance "Wajale Ki Bara" from the Marathi film Natarang.


Amruta Khanvilkar appeared in supporting roles in the high-profile Hindi films Raazi, Satyameva Jayate, and Malang.


Amruta Khanvilkar appeared in the cult single "Aye Hip Hopper" by Ishq Bector, which was released in 2009.


Amruta Khanvilkar was born on 23 November 1984 in Mumbai to a Maharashtrian family.


Amruta Khanvilkar studied in Karnataka High School in Pune and graduated from Marathwada Mitra Mandal College of Commerce in Pune.

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Amruta Khanvilkar began her career in 2004 as a contestant on one of the first reality shows on Indian television, Zee Cine Star ki Khoj, and the same year she co-starred in the Hindi short film Saanjh, presented by the Film and Television Institute of India, opposite Amitabh Bhattacharjee.


Amruta Khanvilkar made her film debut in the Marathi comedy Golmaal, where her performance was well received.


Amruta Khanvilkar's work was praised, and the latter was declared a box office blockbuster.


Amruta Khanvilkar later featured in the sequel, Phoonk 2.


Amruta Khanvilkar gained popularity in 2010 when she performed the song "Wajale Ki Bara" in Ravi Jadhav's film Natarang, which was sung by Bela Shende.


Amruta Khanvilkar's performance was acclaimed, and she earned her first nomination for a Filmfare Marathi Award for Best Supporting Actress.


Amruta Khanvilkar was recognized for her contributions to Hindi projects in 2018.


Amruta Khanvilkar was first reluctant to perform a bold character in front of the camera.


Amruta Khanvilkar read several mysterious books in preparation for her part.


Amruta Khanvilkar had a brief appearance in the Marathi biographical drama film Ani.


Amruta Khanvilkar took on the role of a troubled Catholic wife of Michael Rodrigues in Mohit Suri's action thriller Malang, with several critics praising her performance with fewer words but a more expressive character.


In 2022, Amruta Khanvilkar got her first titular role, as a tragic Tamasha performer in Prasad Oak's Marathi musical love drama Chandramukhi, based on Vishwas Patil's renowned novel of the same name.


Amruta Khanvilkar was Oak's first choice, but her part was kept fully secret until it was unveiled at the Royal Opera House by a 35-foot-tall cut-out dressed as Chandra.


Amruta Khanvilkar went through eight months of training to improve her language and diction while gaining over 15 kg to fit the role.


Amruta Khanvilkar is exploited, looked at with a bad gaze, and even tried to be sold.


Amruta Khanvilkar next portrayed Manasi as a downtrodden girl who never had the authority over her life decisions in Sachin Kundalkar's Pondicherry which was the first Marathi and one of the first Indian feature films to be shot completely on a smartphone.


Amruta Khanvilkar is playing the lead in Disney+ Hotstar's next by Hansal Mehta titled Lootere opposite Rajat Kapoor.


Amruta Khanvilkar met co-participant Himmanshoo A Malhotra on the sets of India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj and they fell in love.

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