22 Facts About Amruta Khanvilkar


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

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

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

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

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

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

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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.

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

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

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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.

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

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

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

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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

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Amruta Khanvilkar portrayed Manasi as a downtrodden girl who never had the authority over her life decisions.

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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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