Indian actress and filmmaker Kangana Ranaut is well-known for giving intense performances and being outspoken.
In the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi district, in the little town of Bhambla (now called Surajpur), Kangana Ranaut was born on March 23, 1987. She had a common-law background and a modest upbringing. Kangana experienced several difficulties in her early years, including the early death of her father.
She completed her studies at the DAV School in Chandigarh before relocating to Delhi to pursue a modelling career. Nevertheless, she quickly became interested in acting and made her acting debut in the 2006 Bollywood film “Gangster.” She received praise from critics and awards for her work in the movie as an Ill woman.
With her varied performances in films like “Raaz: The Mystery Continues” (2009), “Once Upon a Time in Mumbai” (2010), and “Tanu Weds Manu” (2011), Kangana Ranaut never ceased to dazzle viewers and reviewers. She rose to prominence as a main actress in Bollywood thanks to her depiction of the sassy character “Tanu” in “Tanu Weds Manu” and its follow-up, “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” (2015).
Kangana Ranaut has a reputation for accepting difficult roles and pushing boundaries throughout her career. She’s played a variety of roles, from a mentally ill woman in “Queen” (2014) to a brave warrior in “Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi” (2019), a movie she also co-directed. Her performances have brought her numerous remarkable honours.
Apart from her acting career, Kangana Ranaut is also known for her outspoken nature and involvement in various social and political issues. She has been vocal about gender inequality, nepotism in the film industry, and has openly expressed her opinions on several contentious topics.
|Date of Birth||23/03/1987|
|Current Residence||Mumbai, India|
|Hobbies||Yoga, Travel, Cooking|
|Sibling||Akshit Ranaut,Rangoli Chandel|
|Educational Qualification||High school|
|School (s)||DAV School, Chandigarh|
|2006||Global Indian Film Awards||Best Female Debut||Gangster|
|2007||Asian Festival of First Films||Best Actress||Gangster|
|2007||Bollywood Movie Awards||Best Female Debut||Gangster|
|2007||Filmfare Awards||Best Female Debut||Gangster|
|2007||Filmfare Awards||Face of The Year||Gangster|
|2007||FilmInternational Indian Film Academy Awardsfare Awards||Best Female Debut||Gangster|
|2007||Screen Awards||Most Promising Newcomer – Female||Gangster|
|2007||Zee Cine Awards||Best Female Debut||Gangster|
|2007||Stardust Awards||Superstar of Tomorrow – Female||Gangster|
|2008||Stardust Awards||Breakthrough Performance – Female||Life in a... Metro|
|2009||Filmfare Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Fashion|
|2009||International Indian Film Academy Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Fashion|
|2009||National Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Fashion|
|2009||Screen Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Fashion|
|2009||Producers Guild Film Awards[c]||Best Supporting Actress||Fashion|
|2010||56th National Film Awards|
|2014||NDTV Indian of the Year||Actor of the Year|
|2014||CNN-IBN Indian of the Year||Actor of the Year|
|2014||Indian Film Festival of Melbourne||Best Actress||Queen|
|2014||Stardust Awards||Best Actress||Queen|
|2015||Filmfare Awards||Best Actress||Queen|
|2015||National Film Awards||Best Actress||Queen|
|2015||International Indian Film Academy Awards||Best Actress||Queen|
|2015||62nd National Film Awards|
|2016||Filmfare Awards||Best Actress (Critics)||Tanu Weds Manu Returns|
|2016||Times of India Film Awards||Best Actor – Female||Tanu Weds Manu Returns|
|2016||National Film Awards||Best Actress||Tanu Weds Manu Returns|
|2015||CNN-IBN Indian of the Year||Special Achievement Award|
|2020||Padma Shri||Art||Civilian Award|
|2021||National Film Awards||Best Actress||Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi|
|2021||67th National Film Awards|
|2022||South Indian International Movie Awards||Best Actress – Tamil||Thalaivii|