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Rao at the first-look launch of, 2013 Born Amrita Deepak Rao, Nationality Occupation, Years active 2002–present Spouse(s) RJ Anmol (m. 2016) Relatives (sister) Deepak Rao (father) Amrita Rao ( pronounced is an Indian film actress and model. She has appeared as the leading lady in several films of and one movie in.
Rao was born and raised in; she made her screen debut in (2002), for which she was nominated for the in 2003. One of her most popular roles was in the romance film (2006). Rao's roles in (2008) and (2004) earned her a and a nomination respectively. She has been called 'Bollywood's quintessential girl next-door' by various media outlets. Named Rao one of its '50 Most Desirable Women of 2011.' Legendary Painter pronounced Amrita Rao as his 2nd muse 11 years after he painted and made several paintings dedicated to the Actresses role in. Contents.
Early life Rao was born in Mumbai. Her father Deepak Rao owns an advertising agency. Her sister is a model and a. Rao attended school at and graduated from with a psychology degree. Rao describes her family as a 'very conservative family—a traditional, Hindu, Indian family' and herself as very liberal.
Her native language is; she also speaks, English and Hindi. Career 2002–2006: Early career Before starting her career as an actor, Rao appeared in several commercials during her college days. Her first public appearance was in the music video for 's song Woh Pyar Mera. Amrita walking the ramp for Archana Kochar at 2012 In 2002, Rao played her first leading role as Anjali Thapar in Raj Kanwar's fantasy thriller.
Film critic Planet Bollywood wrote, 'Amrita Rao comes out the real winner, with her dancing skills, innocent looks and decent acting skills'. In May 2003, Rao starred with in the as a college student. Rao's portrayal earned her several awards, including (2003) and, (2004). In 2004, Rao starred in Indra Kumar's adult comedy, opposite Vivek Oberoi. The film received positive responses from critics , and was a financial success at the box office. Her performance as Anchal, who is obsessively possessive about her husband, was also received positively. Rao next had a supporting role in the action comedy, where she co-starred alongside, and.
Her role as an army officer's daughter Sanjana (Sanju) Bakshi earned Rao, her second nomination. Rao had a minor role in 's; she played Radhika, Gaurang Kaul's love interest. Rao co-starred alongside Shahid Kapoor and in the 2005 drama. Critical response towards the film was negative, although Rao garnered acclaim for her performance of a school teacher.
Glamsham said the only thing that made the film watchable was the acting of Amrita Rao. That same year, Rao took the lead role in the drama, in which she portrayed Madhvi. She then appeared in the 2006 low-budget comedy opposite The movie was not well received by critics; wrote, 'Amrita hit career lows, producing the low-fashion chemistry'. Although highly regarded for her acting abilities, Rao's films to date had often not appealed to a wide audience. (2006) made her a national star; it depicted the journey of two individuals from engagement to marriage. Co-starring alongside Shahid Kapoor, Rao portrayed Poonam, a traditionally raised young woman. The film was given mixed reviews by most critics but became one of the highest-grossing films of the year, as well as Rao's biggest commercial success to date.
Taran Adarsh wrote, 'Amrita Rao gets a new lease of life with Vivah. She looks the character and is splendid all through.' At the 13th, Rao received a nomination.
2007–2011 Rao was cast alongside in the. The film was directed and co-written. She played the girlfriend of Mahesh's character.
She received mostly positive reviews, with critics praising the chemistry between Rao and Mahesh Babu. Noted, 'Amrita Rao, who makes her debut in Telugu films, makes a mark.' Other critics, such as wrote that, 'Amrita Rao is not only beautiful but also glamorous. She has proved that she could be yet another native girl for. She emoted well with convincing histrionics fit for Telugu screen.' In 2008, she appeared in the drama film opposite newcomer.
She played Riya, an orphan who lives a middle-class lifestyle in Mumbai and works as an assistant director for a movie producer. The film received overwhelmingly negative reviews and performed poorly at the box office. Rao's performance was praised by some critics; OneIndia Entertainment noted, 'Amrita Rao looks gorgeous, but her role isn't substantial enough.' She took a guest appearance as Nirja Rathore in in 2008, a film which revolves around the of a officer in the, for shooting his commanding officer.
The film is set against the backdrop of the in Northern India. Mainly inspired from the Hollywood movie, Shaurya received positive reviews from the critics, and the film did average business at the box-office. In 2008, Rao appeared in her third blockbuster, 's. She played the role of Kamala, a woman who is desperate for communication from her husband Bansiram , a labourer at a dockyard in Mumbai. The film tells the story of several villagers, including a child widow, an abandoned wife, a harried mother, a corrupt neta, a romantic compounder and their serious and mischievous problems.
The film received positive reviews and earned ₹20 million (US$280,000), making it the second-highest-grossing film in Rao's career. Noted, 'Amrita Rao is sweetness personified.' She received a Stardust Best Actress Award for her performance. Rao starred with in, an Indian -based which focuses on a struggling cricketer who defies all odds to realize an almost impossible dream.
The film received generally mixed reviews from critics, and Rao garnered acclaim for her performance as a Herman's childhood friend Nandini. The film faced competition from other films such and and failed to do well. With a huge budget, it only managed to gross ₹1 crore (US$140,000) and was declared a disaster by Boxoffice-India.
That same year, Rao took on the lead role in 's comedy drama opposite, produced. The film stars Rao as Mansi, girlfriend of Akshaye's character.
Critical response towards the comedy film was negative and, though having grossed its budget back, it was considered a financial disappointment. Rao's only film of 2011 was and her second movie under. She was generally praised for her physical performance, but the movie generated mostly negative reviews and became a commercial failure.
Of the wrote, 'Amrita Rao at best, but the film is so predictable and so long, it loses impact.' Rao has also made special appearances in (2007), (2007) and (2010).
2013–present After a two-and-a-half-year absence from the screen, Rao starred in the -winning, film (2013). She played the lead role of Sandhya, girlfriend of 's character. The film received mixed reviews and won the and the. Rao's performance was praised. Rao co-starred alongside in the (2013), which was directed. Rao portrays a journalist Shikha Chaturvedi.
The film was controversial and ran into trouble with the, which objected to its title. The film was largely panned by critics but Rao's performance earned positive reviews. Namrta Joshi of said, 'Amrita Rao plays a role that definitely feels like something she has already done, all the emotional support'. The film received predominately negative reviews but was a moderate box-office success with revenues of ₹29 crore (US$4.0 million). Later that year, she appeared alongside, and in 's political drama. Rao played the role of Sumitra, the daughter-in-law of Amitabh Bachchan's character.
Rao was praised in particular; Resham Sengar of wrote, 'Ms. Rao has the sweetly cherubic looks. She is convincing in most of the emotional scenes. But again, her scope of performance is just limited to mouthing a few important dialogues.' The film was poorly received by critics and failed to make a profit at the box office. Saibal Chatterjee of said, 'Satyagraha spares no effort to reflect the rising tide of public anger against a creaking, corrupt and callous system that treats citizens of the country like a load of dirt. The script draws inspiration from several real-life scams and political shenanigans, and constructs a predictable narrative that underlines the undeniable might of social media.'
Despite having moderate reviews, the film grossed over ₹60 crore (US$8.4 million) at the domestic box office. She is also featuring in the TV show on &TV, a re-telling of the famous and rivalry where Rao is playing Lata's character. Personal life She married her boyfriend, Anmol, a Radio Jockey after 7 years of dating on 15 May 2016 in Mumbai. The Indian Express. 30 August 2015. Retrieved 14 January 2016.
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