|Amruta Subhash Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4 in|
|Date of Birth||May 13, 1979|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Amruta Subhash is an Indian actor, theatre artist, musician, and singer. A noted actor, she has worked on various films such as Shwaas, Gully Boy, Dev, Lust Stories 2, Ghost Stories, Balak-Palak, Gandha, Island City, Masala, Astu – So Be It, Raman Raghav 2.0, Wonder Women, White Rainbow, and Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai. In addition to that, Amruta Subhash has also been cast in shows like Sacred Games, Selection Day, Avaghachi Sansar, Saas Bahu Achaar Pvt. Ltd., Bombay Begums, and Bus Bai Bas Ladies Special. She has been a recipient of many accolades including at least a National Film Award, 2 Filmfare Awards, and a Filmfare OTT Award.
Amruta Subhashchandra Dhembre
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Amruta Subhash studied at Sir Parashurambhau College (S.P. College), an autonomous college in Pune, Maharashtra. She also attended the National School of Drama (NSD), a theatre training institute in New Delhi under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. At NSD, she studied under Satyadev Dubey.
Additionally, she has also trained as a classical singer.
Actor, Theatre Artist, Musician, Singer
- Father – Late Subhashchandra Dhembre
- Mother – Jyoti Subhash (Actor, Theatre Artist)
- Siblings – Jay (Brother)
- Others – Sonali Kulkarni (Sister-In-Law) (Actor, Producer, Writer, Theatre Artist)
5 ft 4 in or 162.5 cm
50 kg or 110 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Amruta Subhash has dated –
- Sandesh Kulkarni (2003-Present) – She got married to director Sandesh Kulkarni in the year 2003 and the duo has worked together in plays such as Sathecha Kaay Karayacha! and Pahila Vahila.
Race / Ethnicity
Amruta Subhash has served as a brand ambassador for Zee Marathi Jagruti (an initiative by Zee Marathi Channel Group that aims at the empowerment of Marathi women).
Amruta Subhash Facts
- She has stated that it was her mother who inspired her passion for acting.
- In 2012, she appeared as a contestant in the Hindi-language reality singing television show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. She made it to the show’s top 5 contestants and competed in the finale along with Ajay Purkar, Ketki Thatte, Vaibhav Mangle, and Prashant Damle.
- Along with Mohan Agashe, Iravati Harshe, Milind Soman, and Devika Daftardar, Amruta Subhash co-starred as Channamma in the 2015 Marathi-language film Astu: So Be It (or simply Astu). This won her the award for “Best Supporting Actress” at the 61st National Film Awards and for “Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female)” at the 1st Filmfare Marathi Awards.
- She released her first album titled Jata Jata Pawasane but it was a commercial failure.
- She brought to life the character of Kusum Devi Yadav in the Netflix neo-noir crime thriller series Sacred Games in 2019.
- Alongside Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Vijay Varma, and Vijay Raaz, Amruta Subhash co-starred as Razia Ahmed (mother of Murad Ahmed (a.k.a. Gully Boy) and Suhail) in the 2019 Hindi-language musical drama film Gully Boy. This performance won her the award for “Best Supporting Actress” at the 65th Filmfare Awards in 2020.
- In 2021, she started to co-star as Lily in the Netflix drama series Bombay Begums. For this role, she bagged the Asian Academy Creative Award for “Best Actress in a Supporting Role” and Filmfare OTT Award for “Best Supporting Actor (Female)”.
- Amruta Subhash has worked with her mother on a number of projects including films such as Aaji, Zoka, Gandha, Masala, Nital, Valu, Badha, Gully Boy, and Vihir as well as a play titled Kalokhachya Leki.
- A passionate theatre artist, she once stated, “Whether I am tired, sad or depressed… my plays never fail to uplift my mood and always make me feel rejuvenated at the end of it.”
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