Anjali Patil (born 26 September 1987) is an Indian film and theatre actress. She has earned rave reviews for her work in Delhi in a Day, Chakravyuh, Newton and Sri Lankan film With You Without You. She received the IFFI Best Actor Award (Female) Silver Peacock Award at the 43rd International Film Festival of India her role in the Sri Lankan film With You Without You. In 2013, she was starred in the Telugu film, Na Bangaaru Talli for which she has received the National Film Award – Special Mention, and the state Nandi Award for Best Actress.
Anjali Patil at the promotion of Newton at 2017 Berlin Film Festival
26 September 1987 |
Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Early life and educationEdit
Patil was born into a Marathi family and raised in Nashik, Maharashtra, India. Patil attended RJCB girls high school (Purushottam), Nasik and by age 14, she had decided to pursue acting as her career. She persuaded her parents to send her to Center for Performing Arts at University of Pune. In June 2007, she earned bachelor's degree in Arts with a gold medal for her excellence. Later that year, Patil was chosen to pursue Masters in Theater Design at National School of Drama in New Delhi. It presented her with many opportunities to work extensively with Indian and International film and theater actors and directors.
Patil's first feature film opportunity came with Prashant Nair's Hindi-English international independent film Delhi in a Day. She was critically acclaimed for her portrayal of Rohini. It was premiered in Asia at the Mumbai film festival on 13 October 2011 and released theatrically in India in August 2012.
In 2010-11, Patil worked as the lead actress and a producer on an international short film Green Bangles. It was selected as India’s official entry to WIFTI (Women In Film and Television International, Los Angeles) and was eventually selected and screened at the WIFTI International Showcase 2012 in 44 cities in 15 countries.
Her big Bollywood break came with Prakash Jha's latest film on issues related to Naxalwad: Chakravyuh. It instantly made her talk of the B-town with praise and appreciation for a powerful performance alongside seasoned actors like Om Puri, Manoj Bajpai, Abhay Deol and Arjun Rampal. After the rave reviews of her fierce portrayal of Naxal leader Juhi, Patil signed a three-film contract with filmmaker Prakash Jha.
Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka (With You, Without You) (2012) was another international collaboration with acclaimed Sri Lankan writer-director Prasanna Vithanage. Patil did the dubbing herself and that makes her the first Indian actress to dub in Sinhala language. Her stellar performance won her Silver Peacock award for Best Actor Female at International Film Festival of India in Goa in November 2012. She is one of the youngest actors to receive this award.
She will be seen in the title role in Nimmo which is the directorial debut of Rahul Shanklya produced by Anand L. Rai. Patil finished another Hindi film, Newton, with Rajkumar Rao which got released in 2017.Patil has again justified her role,with her natural acting.
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2013||Naa Bangaaru Talli||Nandi Award - Best Actress category||Won|
|2013||Naa Bangaaru Talli||National Film Award – Special Mention||Won|
|2012||With You Without You||International Film Festival of India in Goa - Best Actress||Won|
|2012||Chakravyuh||Stardust Awards 2013 - Breakthrough Supporting Performance - Female||Nominated|
|2012||Chakravyuh||Star Screen Awards for Most Promising Newcomer- Female||Nominated|
|2012||Delhi in a Day||New York Indian Film Festival for Best Actress.||Nominated|
|2012||Delhi in a Day||South Asian Film Festival New York - South Asian Rising Star for Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|2016||With You Without You||Sarasaviya Awards in Colombo Sri Lanka - Best Actress||Won|
|2016||With You Without You||Presidential Film Awards in Colombo Sri Lanka - Best Actress||Won|
|2011||Delhi in a Day||Hindi||Rohini|
|2011||Green Bangles||Hindi||Manu||Short Film|
|2012||Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka||Sinhala||Selvi|
|2013||Naa Bangaaru Talli||Telugu|
|2013||Apna Desh||Kannada||Vasundara||In Production|
|2013||Shree||Hindi||Sonu opp. Hussain Kuwajerwala|
|2014||Kill the Rapist?||Hindi||Mira Shukla|
|2014||Finding Fanny||English/Hindi||Stefanie 'Fanny' Fernandes,
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