Ananya Khare

Ananya Khare (Hindi: अनन्या खरे) is an Indian television and film actress who is best known for her appearances in Bollywood films like Devdas and Chandni Bar. She won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Chandni Bar

Early life and career

She first made her mark on television in serials including 1987's Nirmala) for almost two decades before her big screen success. She was awarded an Indian National Award for best supporting actress for her role in Chandni Bar and subsequently nominated for her role in Devdas. She has been awarded for her roles on stage, television, and on the big screen.

More recently, Khare has gained popularity by being back on television and mostly being cast in negative roles on popular soap operas.[1]

Personal life

Khare took a break and shifted to the US in 2005 after she met her husband, David. She worked as an English teacher in a school before the couple decided to shift base back to Mumbai after 10 years.[2]

Filmography

Year Serial Role
1994ZaalimKaamna
1999ShoolBachoo Yadav's wife
2002DevdasKumud Mukherjee, Devdas's Sister-in-law
2001Chandni BarDeepa Pandey, Bar Dancer
2005The FilmNandhini
2010ForeignGeeta
2019 Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar Chachi Ji

Television

Year Serial Role Channel
1984 Hum Log
1987 Nirmala
1993 Dekh Bhai Dekh Zubeida (Cameo) DD National
Kirdaar Malti
1995–1997 Yeh Shaadi Nahi Ho Sakti Baby Sony Entertainment Television
O Maria Baby
1997–1998 Mahayagya
1998 Movers & Shakers Herself
Aahat Juhi (Episodic Role)
2002 CID (Indian TV series) Episodic Role
2000 Kasamm DD National
2012 Meri Maa Life OK
2012–2013 Punar Vivah Maya Zee TV
2013 Amrit Manthan Indu Chabaria[3] Life OK
Yeh Hai Aashiqui Episodic Role[4] Bindass
2013–2014 Rang Rasiya Mohini [5] Colors TV
2015–2017 Mere Angne Mein Sarla Aggarwal StarPlus
2017 Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaagey Rami Ben Katara Sony Entertainment Television
2017–2018 Laado 2 Malhari Colors TV
2018 Woh Apna Sa Sudha Zee TV
2018–present Krishna Chali London Parvati Star Plus
Beechwale - Bapu Dekh Raha Hai Chanchal Beechwale Bhatia SAB TV

References


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