Kiara Advani

Alia Advani (born 31 July 1992), known professionally as Kiara Advani ([kɪˈjaːra əɽˈʋaːɳi]), is an Indian actress who works in Hindi and Telugu language films. After making her acting debut in the comedy film Fugly (2014), she played MS Dhoni's wife in the sports biopic M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016). She gained praise for playing a sexually unsatisfied wife in the Netflix anthology film Lust Stories (2018) and played the leading lady in the political thriller Bharat Ane Nenu (2018).

Kiara Advani
Kiara Advani snapped at the screening of Shershaah in New Delhi.jpg
Advani in 2021
Born
Alia Advani[1]

(1992-07-31) 31 July 1992 (age 30)[2]
Bombay, Maharashtra, India (present-day Mumbai)
OccupationActress
Years active2014–present
RelativesAshok Kumar (step-great-grandfather)
Saeed Jaffrey (great-uncle)

Advani received wider attention for starring in the romantic drama Kabir Singh and the comedy Good Newwz, two of the highest-grossing Hindi films of 2019. This success continued with her roles in the 2021 film Shershaah, for which she was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress, and the 2022 films Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Jugjugg Jeeyo.

Early life

Advani was born to Jagdeep Advani, a Sindhi Hindu businessman and Genevieve Jaffrey, a teacher whose father was a Muslim from Lucknow and whose mother was a Christian of Scottish, Irish, Portuguese, and Spanish ancestry; and had a Bengali godmother.[3][4][5]

Born as Alia Advani, she changed her first name to Kiara prior to the release of her first film, Fugly, in 2014. Her choice of the name was inspired from Priyanka Chopra's character Kiara in the film Anjaana Anjaani (2010). She has stated that it was Salman Khan's suggestion to change her name, as Alia Bhatt was already an established actress.[6][7]

Advani is related to several celebrities through her maternal family. Actors Ashok Kumar and Saeed Jaffrey are her step-great-grandfather and great-uncle, respectively, whereas model Shaheen Jaffrey is her aunt. Her mother Genevieve Advani's step-mother is Bharti Ganguly who is the daughter of Ashok Kumar.[8]

Career

Early work (2014–2019)

 
Advani promoting M.S. Dhoni:The Untold Story in 2016

Advani began her acting career with the Hindi ensemble comedy film Fugly (2014).[9] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama wrote, "Kiara Advani catches you completely unaware" and has the "combination of looks and talent".[10] Mehul S Thakkar of Deccan Chronicle found her "very striking" and said that she "shows a lot of promise".[11] Fugly underperformed at the box office.[12][13] Two years later, Advani appeared in the sports drama M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016), a biopic of cricketer MS Dhoni who served as the former captain of Indian cricket team.[14] She had a supporting role opposite Sushant Singh Rajput (who essayed Dhoni), as the real-life character of his wife, hotel manager Sakshi Rawat. M. S. Dhoni: The Untold Story was a major commercial success with global revenues of over 216 crore (US$27 million).[15][16]

Advani then starred in Abbas–Mustan's action thriller Machine (2017).[17] It failed at the box office.[18] She next collaborated with filmmaker Karan Johar, for their first of many films, in the Netflix anthological film Lust Stories (2018), where she starred opposite Vicky Kaushal as his sexually dissatisfied wife.[19] Her performance received mixed reactions.[20] Writing for NDTV, Raja Sen found her to be "positively lovely" in it.[21] She also featured with Shahid Kapoor in the music video "Urvashi", sung by Yo Yo Honey Singh.[22][23]

Advani expanded to Telugu cinema that year, appearing with Mahesh Babu in the action film Bharat Ane Nenu (2018) from Koratala Siva, about a student who unexpectedly becomes chief minister of Andhra Pradesh.[24][25] Janani K of India Today opined that she "shines in her brief role" but added that her character was "more of an eye-candy who doesn't add any purpose to the story".[26] Worldwide, the film earned 225 crore (US$28 million), making it one of Telugu cinema's highest grossers.[27][28] She, however, failed to replicate this success with her second Telugu film, Boyapati Srinu's Vinaya Vidheya Rama (co-starring Ram Charan).[29][30] In a scathing review for The Hindu, Sangeetha Devi Dundoo wrote, "It isn't Kiara Advani's fault that she looks lost in the melee."[31] In the same year, she was seen in a guest appearance in Abhishek Varman's ensemble period film Kalank, produced by Johar.[32]

Rise to prominence (2019–present)

 
Advani and Shahid Kapoor promoting Kabir Singh in 2019

Advani received wider attention later in 2019 for Sandeep Reddy Vanga's romantic drama Kabir Singh, starring Shahid Kapoor.[33] The film had a worldwide gross of over 378 crore (US$47 million) becoming her highest-grossing release, but critics panned it due to its depiction of misogyny and toxic masculinity.[34] Rajeev Masand bemoaned that her passive character "offers the actress little to work with".[35] She then starred in the comedy Good Newwz alongside Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Diljit Dosanjh, that revolves around two couples tryst with in vitro fertilization.[36][37] Namrata Joshi opined, "Dosanjh and Advani are all about the amplification of the boisterous, kitschy Punjabi stereotype but they play it with an infectious cheer."[38] Both Kabir Singh and Good Newwz grossed over ₹200 crores each domestically, ranking among the year's highest-grossing films.[39] She won the IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Good Newwz.[40]

In 2020, Advani starred in Johar's production Guilty, a Netflix film about sexual assault.[41] Ektaa Malik of The Indian Express believed that she had been "reduced to the ‘tortured-artistic-creative’ types"[42] She then played the wife of Akshay Kumar's character in Raghava Lawrence's horror comedy Laxmii, in which Kumar's character gets possessed by a transgender ghost.[43] Instead of theatres, Laxmii was directly released on Hotstar owing to COVID-19 pandemic, and met with negative reviews.[44][45] Even so, it attained a strong viewership on the platform.[46][47] In her final release of 2020, Advani played Ghaziabad-based girl who finds love in dating apps in Indoo Ki Jawani (2020).[48]

Advani next featured in Dharma Productions's war film Shershaah (2021), based on the life of army officer Vikram Batra (played by Sidharth Malhotra), in which she played the role of Batra's girlfriend. The film released digitally on Amazon Prime Video, on which it became the most-streamed Indian film.[49][50] Anna M. M. Vetticad of Firstpost opined that Advani "sparkles" in her brief role.[51] The following year, she appeared with Kartik Aaryan and Tabu in the horror comedy Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. Shalini Langer of The Indian Express wrote that she "has little to do except pop up now and then".[52] The film emerged as one of her most commercially successful, with worldwide earnings of over 2.6 billion (US$33 million).[53][54] In her second release of 2022, Advani starred alongside an ensemble cast in Jugjugg Jeeyo, a comedy-drama about divorce, in which Varun Dhawan and her played an unhappily married couple. Writing for Hindustan Times, Monika Rawal Kukreja commended her "restrained performance" in it.[55]

Advani will next star in the romantic comedy Govinda Naam Mera with Vicky Kaushal,[56] and in an untitled Telugu film directed by S. Shankar, co-starring Ram Charan.[57] Advani will reunite with Kartik Aaryan in Satyaprem Ki Katha.[58]

In the media

In 2019, Advani took part of the campaign as brand ambassador for Giordano handbags.[59] In 2020, Advani collaborated with Myntra.[60] In 2022, she took part with Mango in India in a campaign with endorse the brand's Spring-Summer-22 collection.[61]

She is frequently featured in The Times of India listing of the "Most Desirable Woman" rank at No. 6 in 2019[62] and No. 4 in 2020.[63]

Filmography

Films

Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released
  • All films are in Hindi unless otherwise noted.
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2014 Fugly Devi [13]
2016 M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story Sakshi Rawat [64]
2017 Machine Sarah Thapar [18]
2018 Bharat Ane Nenu Vasumathi Telugu film [25]
Lust Stories Megha Upadhyay [65]
2019 Vinaya Vidheya Rama Seetha Telugu film [29]
Kalank Lajjo Special appearance [66]
Kabir Singh Preeti Sikka [67]
Good Newwz Monika Batra [68]
2020 Guilty Nanki Dutta [69]
Laxmii Rashmi Rajput [70]
Indoo Ki Jawani Indoo Gupta [71]
2021 Shershaah Dimple Cheema [72]
2022 Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Reet Thakur [73][74]
Jugjugg Jeeyo Nainaa Sharma [75]
Govinda Naam Mera   TBA Completed [76]
2023 RC15  TBA Telugu film; filming [77]
Satyaprem Ki Katha   Katha Filming [78]

Web series

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2018 Masaba Masaba Herself Cameo appearance [79]

Music videos

Year Title Singer(s) Ref.
2018 "Urvashi" Yo Yo Honey Singh [23]
2020 "Kudi Nu Nachne De" Vishal Dadlani, Sachin–Jigar [80]
"Muskurayega India" Vishal Mishra [81]

Accolades

 
Advani in 2022
Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2015 Screen Awards Best Female Debut Fugly Nominated [82]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Debut Actress Nominated [83]
2019 Zee Cine Awards – Telugu Best Find of the Year – Female Bharat Ane Nenu Won [84]
South Indian International Movie Awards Best Female Debut – Telugu Nominated [85]
Asiavision Awards Emerging Star of the Year Won [86]
2020 Zee Cine Awards Best Actor – Female Kabir Singh Nominated [87]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Good Newwz Won [88]
Filmfare OTT Awards Best Actress in a Web Original Film Guilty Nominated [89]
2022 International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actress Shershaah Nominated [90]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India Best Actress Won [91]
Filmfare Awards Best Actress Nominated [92]

See also

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