22 Facts About Amruta Subhash


Amruta Subhash is an Indian actress who works in Marathi and Hindi films, television, and theatre.


Amruta Subhash is a graduate of the National School of Drama, New Delhi.


Amruta Subhash has received several awards, including a National Film Award, two Filmfare Awards, and a Filmfare OTT Award.


Amruta Subhash won a National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2013 for her role in the Marathi film Astu and has starred in numerous critically acclaimed films that have won various awards around the world, such as the Crystal Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Fedeora Award at the Venice Film Festival.


Amruta Subhash is a classically trained singer who has lent her voice to various Marathi films.


Amruta Subhash graduated from the National School of Drama, New Delhi, where she studied under Satyadev Dubey.


Later, Amruta Subhash featured in many Marathi films and television series, playing supporting roles, and then moved into lead roles.


Amruta Subhash portrayed the role ex bar dancer Lily in the Netflix series Bombay Begums, directed by Alankrita Shrivastava.


Amruta Subhash made her film debut in the 2004 film Shwaas, which won Best Feature Film at the 51st National Film Awards.


Amruta Subhash went on to act in a number of Hindi-language films.


Amruta Subhash acted in the series Ek Prem Katha, directed by Basu Chatterjee.


Amruta Subhash was next seen playing various roles in TV shows, such as Zoka, Paaulkhuna, and most importantly, Awaghachi Sansaar, which aired on Zee Marathi.


Amruta Subhash became popular for her role of Aasawari opposite actor Prasad Oak, where she fights back against the atrocities laid upon her by her husband.


Amruta Subhash appeared in the play Chhotyashya Suteet, which was written by Sachin Kundalkar.


Amruta Subhash played the role of a wife whose husband has lost his memory and is learning bitter truths about her as he recovers.


Amruta Subhash has featured as a playback singer in films like Haapus and Ajintha and has provided background music to the films Nital and Teen Bahene.


Amruta Subhash went to the top 5 and competed in the finale along with Ajay Purkar, Ketki Thatte, Vaibhav Mangle, and Prashant Damle, with Damle winning the competition.


In 2006, Amruta Subhash was awarded the Best Actress award for her role in the TV show Avaghachi Sansar, presented by Zee Marathi Awards.


Amruta Subhash has received the V Shantaram Award for her role in the film Savalee.


Amruta Subhash has said her interest in acting was inspired by her mother.


Amruta Subhash is a brand ambassador for Zee Marathi Jagruti, an initiative by Zee Marathi Channel Group, for the empowerment of Marathi women.


Amruta Subhash's sister-in-law is Sonali Kulkarni, who is film actress.