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Tanuja

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Tanuja Mukherjee born Tanuja Samarth; 23 September 1943, popularly known as Tanuja, is an Indian film actress, who predominantly works in the Hindi film industry Part of the Mukherjee-Samarth family, she is the daughter of Shobana and Kumarsen, and was married to Shomu Mukherjee, with whom she has two daughters, actresses Kajol and Tanisha A recipient of two Filmfare Awards, Tanuja is best known for her roles in the Hindi films; Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi 1966, Jewel Thief 1967, Haathi Mere Saathi 1971, and Anubhav 1971

Contents

  • 1 Personal life
    • 11 Career
  • 2 Awards and nominations
  • 3 Filmography
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Personal life

Main article: Mukherjee-Samarth family

Tanuja was born in a Marathi family to filmmaker Kumarsen Samarth and actress Shobhna Samarth She has three sisters, including actress Nutan and one brother Her grandmother, Rattan Bai, and aunt Nalini Jaywant were also actresses Tanuja's parents parted amicably while she was still a child, and Shobhana became linked to actor Motilal Shobhana produced debut films for Tanuja and her older sister, Nutan Her two other sisters are; Chatura, an artist, and Reshma, and her brother is Jaideep, none of whom took to acting

Tanuja married filmmaker Shomu Mukherjee in 1973 The couple has two daughters, actresses Kajol and Tanisha Kajol is married to actor Ajay Devgan Shomu died on 10 April 2008 from a heart attack, aged 64 Filmmakers Joy, Deb and Ram are her brothers-in-law She is the aunt of actors Mohnish Behl, Rani, and Sharbani, and director Ayan Mukherjee

Career

She started her film career with her older sister Nutan in Hamari Beti 1950 as Baby Tanuja As an adult, she debuted in the film Chhabili 1960 which was directed by her mother, and had her sister Nutan, in the lead The film that truly marked her transition to adult heroine was Hamari Yaad Aayegi 1961, directed by Kidar Sharma, who had earlier discovered Raj Kapoor, Madhubala and Geeta Bali

One of her early films noted for her acting was Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi 1966, directed by Shaheed Latif Incidentally it was Guru Dutt team's last offering, especially visible in the song "Woh hanske mile humse" believed to have been picturised while Guru Dutt was still alive who worked hard to help her "tone down" her performance The result was that the natural, spontaneous performer gave a highly restrained performance, which became the highlight of the film — as well of her career — as she moved to lead roles soon after Tanuja had an important supporting role in the hit film Jewel Thief Her next big film was with Jeetendra; Jeene Ki Raah 1969, an immediate and surprise hit In the same year, Tanuja won the Best Supporting Actress at Filmfare for Paisa Ya Pyar After the success of Haathi Mere Saathi 1971, she acted in Door Ka Raahi, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Do Chor and Ek Baar Mooskura Do 1972, Kaam Chor, Yaarana, Khuddar, and Masoom Some of the other films she has acted in are Pavitra Paapi, Bhoot Bangla, and Anubhav Some of her Marathi films are Zaakol, Unad Maina and Pitruroon

During the mid 1960s, Tanuja started a parallel career in Bengali movies in Kolkata, starting with Deya Neya 1963, where she was paired opposite Uttam Kumar She followed it up with Anthony-Firingee 1967 and Rajkumari 1970 Tanuja had on-screen chemistry with Soumitra Chatterjee, with whom she made some films such as Teen Bhuvaner Parey 1969 and Prothom Kadam Phool Tanuja spoke her own lines in these Bengali films

Afterwards, Tanuja retired from films for a number of years, but came back when her marriage ended She was now offered supporting roles often starring former heroes Her Pyar Ki Kahani hero Amitabh Bachchan had to call her "bhabhi" sister-in-law in Khuddar 1982 She also played a supporting role in Raj Kapoor's Prem Rog 1982

She then appeared in films such as Saathiya 2002, Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula 2003, and Khakee 2003 as a supporting actress In 2008, Tanuja starred as a judge along with her daughter, Kajol, and son-in-law, Ajay Devgan on Zee TV's family dance series Rock-N-Roll Family In 2013, Tanuja played a widow in the Marathi film Pitruroon made by Nitish Bharadwaj For her role as a widow Tanuja has tonsured her head to make her character look authentic

Awards and nominations

  • 1964: Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards - Best Supporting Actress Hindi, Benazir 1964
  • 1968 - Filmfare nomination as Best Supporting Actress for Jewel Thief
  • 1970 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for Paisa ya Pyar
  • 2013 - Best Actress Award for Marathi Movie Pitur Roon at the 20th Life OK Screen Awards
  • 2014 - Lifetime Achievement Honour at Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award
  • 2014 - Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award

Filmography

  • Aarambh 2017
  • A Death in the Gunj 2016
  • Pitru Roon 2013
  • Son of Sardaar 2012
  • Toonpur Ka Superrhero 2010
  • Naa Anevaadu 2008
  • Deewaar 2004
  • Khakee 2004
  • Bhoot 2003
  • Manemagalu 2003
  • Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula 2003
  • Saathiya 2002
  • Tum Jiyo Hazaron Saal 2002
  • Safari 1999
  • Muqadama 1996
  • Aatish 1994
  • Vivekananda 1994
  • Antim Nyay 1993
  • Izzat Ki Roti 1993
  • Paruvu Prathista 1993
  • Bekhudi 1992
  • Deedar 1992
  • Gajab Tamaasa 1992
  • Andha Bichar 1990
  • Dushman 1990
  • Shandaar 1990
  • Gharana 1989
  • Meri Zabaan 1989
  • Paraya Ghar 1989
  • Rakhwala 1989
  • Taaqatwar 1989
  • Agnee 1988
  • Madhuban 1988
  • Mera Muqaddar 1988
  • Paap Ko Jalaa Kar Raakh Kar Doonga 1988
  • Diljalaa 1987
  • Mard Ki Zabaan 1987
  • Peralikarayo පෙරළිකාරයෝ Sinhala movie 1986
  • Adhikar 1986
  • Anokha Rishta 1986
  • Ek Main Aur Ek Tu 1986
  • Jaal 1986
  • Love 86 1986 Govinda, Neelam Kothari
  • Maa Beti 1986 Shashi Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore
  • Mohabbat Ki Kasam 1986
  • Nasihat 1986
  • Suhagan 1986
  • Hoshiyar 1985
  • zabardast 1985
  • Lover Boy 1985
  • Sohni Mahiwal 1985
  • Zabardast 1985
  • Shilalipi 1984
  • Boxer 1984
  • Maati Maangey Khoon 1984
  • Pet Pyar Aur Paap 1984
  • Yaadgaar 1984
  • Ek Jaan Hain Hum 1983
  • Johny I Love You 1982
  • Kaamchor 1982
  • Khud-Daar 1982
  • Masoom 1982
  • Prem Rog 1982
  • Yaarana 1981
  • Bandish 1980
  • Lal Kothi 1978
  • Swarg Narak 1978
  • Hamrahi 1974
  • Amir Garib 1974
  • Humshakal 1974
  • Imtihan 1974
  • Aparna 1972
  • Do Chor 1972
  • Mere Jeevan Saathi 1972
  • Mome Ki Gudiya 1972
  • Anubhav 1971
  • Door Ka Raahi 1971
  • Ek Paheli 1971
  • Haathi Mere Saathi 1971
  • Preet Ki Dori 1971
  • Pyar Ki Kahani 1971
  • Bachpan 1970
  • Pratham Kadam Phool 1970
  • Priya 1970
  • Rajkumari 1970
  • Gustakhi Maaf 1969
  • Jeene Ki Raah 1969
  • Paisa Ya Pyaar 1969
  • Teen Bhuboner Paare 1969
  • Do Dooni Chaar 1968
  • IzzatHindi Film 1968
  • Juaari 1968
  • Sapnon Ka Saudagar 1968
  • Dustu Projapoti 1967
  • Anthony Firingi 1967
  • Jewel Thief 1967
  • Nai Roshni 1967
  • Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi 1966
  • Daadi Maa 1966
  • Bhoot Bungla 1965
  • Nai Umar Ki Nai Fasal 1965
  • Chand Aur Suraj 1965
  • Benazir 1964
  • Aaj Aur Kal 1963
  • Deya Neya 1963
  • Mem-Didi 1961
  • Hamari Yaad Aayegi 1961
  • Chhabili 1960
  • Amber 1952
  • Hamari Beti 1950
  • Adalot o ekti meye 1981

References

  1. ^ Tanuja Profile, Picture Gallery
  2. ^ Tanuja Profile, Picture Gallery
  3. ^ Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi review Upperstallcom

External links

  • Tanuja on IMDb
  • Sparkling spitfire: Tanuja Dinesh Raheja's profile on Tanuja, Rediffcom

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