Amruta Subhash: News

Trained in classical singing and an outstanding actor - if one were to describe Amruta Subhash in the simplest of words, anything less than that will be inappropriate. Born on May 13, 1979, in Mumbai, Subhash graduated from S P College, Pune. She graduated from the National School of Drama in Delhi as well. She began her acting career with the play ‘Urvashiam’ in 1997. Her first appearance on the small screen came in 2000 in the Marathi series ‘Jhoka.’ It was, however, her first film ‘Shwaas’ that came out in 2004 that took everyone’s breath away. The film won the National Award for the best film next year. Subhash’s performances received praise from various quarters of the industry as well. Her role in the 2015-Marathi film ‘Astu’ earned her the National Award for the Best Supporting Actress. She was also seen in the 2019-film ‘Gully Boy’ and won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting actress for her performance. Apart from acting, Subhash has showcased her singing skills in a number of Marathi films as well. She was even a top 5 contestant in the Marathi version of the singing competition ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ in 2012. In 2014, she published a book titled ‘Ek Ulat Ek Sulat.’

24 May 2021

Bollywood News

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