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විද්‍යා බාලන් කැමරාව වෙත පෙනීසිටියි
බාලන් 2012 කහානි චිත්‍රපටයේ විශේෂ අවස්ථාවක දී; මෙහි රංගනය උදෙසා විද්‍යා සිය තෙවන හොඳම නිළිය සඳහා ෆිල්ම්ෆෙයාර් සම්මානය හිමිකරගත්තා ය.

විද්‍යා බාලන් ‍යනුවෙන් හැඳින්වෙන්නේ හින්දි චිත්‍රපටවල රංගනය නිසා කීර්තියට පත් ඉන්දියානු නිළියකි. She made her acting debut in 1995 with the sitcom Hum Paanch, following which she made several attempts at a career in Malayalam and Tamil films.[1] However, the first of the films she had signed on for was indefinitely postponed, and she was replaced with other actresses in each subsequent project.[1] Vidya then appeared in music videos for the performers Euphoria, Pankaj Udhas, and Shubha Mudgal,[2][3] all of which were directed by Pradeep Sarkar. She made her film debut with a leading role in Goutam Halder's Bengali film Bhalo Theko (2003).[4] In 2005, she played the heroine Lalita in Sarkar's Parineeta, her first Hindi film, which was an adaptation of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's novel of the same name.[5] Vidya won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for the film.[6] Rajkumar Hirani's Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), a successful comedy sequel, saw her play a radio jockey opposite Sanjay Dutt.[7][8]

Vidya had five film releases in 2007. She played a variety of roles in them, including a woman suffering from multiple sclerosis in Mani Ratnam's semi-biographical drama Guru,[9] a single mother in the comedy Heyy Babyy,[10] and a dissociative identity disorder patient in the psychological thriller Bhool Bhulaiyaa.[11] Though she was criticised for her styling in Heyy Babyy,[12] the three films were commercially successful.[13] The following year, she played opposite Ajay Devgan in the drama Halla Bol (2008) and Shahid Kapoor in the romantic comedy Kismat Konnection (2008), both of which failed to find a wide audience.[14]

From 2009 to 2012, Vidya starred in five consecutive films that garnered her widespread praise.[15] In the 2009 comedy-drama Paa, Vidya starred as the mother of a child afflicted with progeria.[16] She played a seductress in the black comedy Ishqiya (2010), and portrayed the real-life character of Sabrina Lal in the semi-biographical thriller No One Killed Jessica (2011).[17][18] Also in 2011, she portrayed Silk in the biopic The Dirty Picture, which earned her the National Film Award for Best Actress.[19][20] Vidya next played a vengeful pregnant woman in Kahaani (2012), a thriller directed by Sujoy Ghosh.[21] She was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for her roles in Paa, The Dirty Picture, and Kahaani, and the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress for Ishqiya.[22][23][24] Vidya failed to replicate this success with her next few releases, although her performance in the thriller Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh was acclaimed.[25][26] This changed in 2017 when she played a radio jockey in Tumhari Sulu, for which she won another Best Actress Award at Filmfare.[27][28] Her highest-grossing release came in 2019 with the drama Mission Mangal.[29]

චිත්‍රපට[සංස්කරණය]

සූචිය
තවමත් මුදානොහළ චිත්‍රපට මෙමඟින් තවමත් මුදානොහළ චිත්‍රපට දැක්වේ.
වර්ෂය තේමාව චරිතය සටහන් ආශ්‍රේ
2003 Bhalo Theko Anandi බෙංගාලි චිත්‍රපටය [4]
[30]
2005 පරිණීතා ලලිතා බොලිවුඩ් ප්‍රවිෂ්ටය

හොඳම කාන්තා ප්‍රවිෂ්ටය සඳහා ෆිල්ම්ෆෙයාර් සම්මානය
නිර්දේශ විය—හොඳම නිළිය සඳහා ෆිල්ම්ෆෙයාර් සම්මානය සඳහා

[6]
[31]
2006 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Jhanvi [32]
2007 ගුරු මීනාක්ෂී "මීනූ" ගුප්තා-සක්සේනා [33]
[34]
2007 සලාම්-ඉ-ඉෂ්ක් තෙහ්සීබ් හුසේන් [35]
2007 Eklavya: The Royal Guard Rajjo [36]
2007 Heyy Babyy Isha Sahni [37]
2007 භූල් භුලයියා අව්නි චතුර්වේදී / මංජුලිකා නිර්දේශිත—හොඳම නිළිය සඳහා ෆිල්ම්ෆෙයාර් සම්මානය [6]
[38]
2007 ඕම් ශාන්ති ඕම් ඇය ලෙසන "දීවාන්ගි දීවාන්ගි" ගීතයේ පසුබිම් නිරූපණය [39]
[40]
2008 Halla Bol Sneha [41]
2008 Kismat Konnection Priya [42]
2009 පා විද්‍යා හොඳම නිළිය සඳහා ෆිල්ම්ෆෙයාර් සම්මානය [22]
[43]
2010 Ishqiya Krishna Verma Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[23]
[44]
[45]
[46]
2011 No One Killed Jessica Sabrina Lal Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [18]
[47]
2011 උරුමි මක්කෝම් / භූමී මලයාලම් චිත්‍රපටය; ආරාධිත රංගනය [48]
2011 Thank You Divya Special appearance [49]
2011 Dum Maaro Dum Mrs. Kamath Special appearance [50]
2011 ද ඩර්ටි පික්චර් රේශ්මා (සිල්ක්) හොඳම නිළිය සඳහා ජාතික චිත්‍රපට සම්මානය
හොඳම නිළිය සඳහා ෆිල්ම්ෆෙයාර් සම්මානය
[19]
[23]
[51]
2012 කහානි Vidya Venkatesan Bagchi Filmfare Award for Best Actress [24]
[52]
[53]
2012 Ferrari Ki Sawaari Unknown Special appearance in song "Mala Jau De" [54]
2013 Bombay Talkies Herself Cameo appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [55]
2013 Ghanchakkar Neetu Athray [56]
[57]
2013 Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara! Unknown Cameo appearance in song "Tayyab Ali" [58]
2013 Mahabharat Draupadi (voice) Animated film [59]
2014 Shaadi Ke Side Effects Trisha Mallik [60]
2014 Bobby Jasoos Bilkis "Bobby" Ahmed [61]
2015 Hamari Adhuri Kahani Vasudha Prasad [62]
2016 Te3n Sarita Sarkar [63]
2016 Ekk Albela Bali, GeetaGeeta Bali Marathi film; special appearance [64]
2016 කහානි 2: දුර්ගා රාණි සිං Vidya Sinha / Durga Rani Singh Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [65]
[66]
[67]
2017 Begum Jaan Begum Jaan [68]
2017 තුම්හාරී සුලූ සුලෝචනා "සුලූ" දුබේ Filmfare Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
[28]
[69]
2018 Amoli Narrator (English version) Documentary [70]
2019 NTR: Kathanayakudu Basavatarakam Telugu film [71]
2019 NTR: Mahanayakudu Basavatarakam Telugu film [72]
2019 නේර්කොණ්ඩ පාර්වෛ Kalyani Bharath Tamil film; guest appearance [73]
2019 මිෂන් මංගල් Tara Shinde Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [74]
[75]
2020 Natkhat Sonu's mother Short film; also producer [76]
2020 ශකුන්තලා දේවී Shakuntala Devi [77]
2021 Sherni Film has yet to be released Sherni Gill Filming [78]

රූපවාහිනිය[සංස්කරණය]

වර්ෂය තේමාව චරිතය නාළිකාව සටහන් ආශ්‍රේ.
1995 හම් පාන්ච් රාධිකා මාථූර් සී ටීවී [79]
2014 නෝ මෝ කම්සෝර් නිවේදිකාව ස්ටාර් ප්ලස් රූපවාහිනී විශේෂ වැඩසටහන [80]

Music video appearances[සංස්කරණය]

Year Title Role Performer(s) Ref(s)
2002 "Aana Meri Gully" Bengali bride Euphoria [81]
[82]
[83]
2002 "Main Nashe Mein Hoon" Bengali girl Udhas, PankajPankaj Udhas [81]
[84]
2003 "Kisson Ki Chadar" Unknown Mudgal, ShubhaShubha Mudgal [81]
[85]
2011 "Jaani Na" Bengali wife Chandrabindoo [81]

See also[සංස්කරණය]

ආශ්‍රේයයන්[සංස්කරණය]

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