Nargis Mohammed Fakhri is an American actress and model, who mainly appears in Hindi and English-language films. Her first role in film came with the 2011 blockbuster romantic drama Rockstar, for which she received a Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut nomination. She subsequently received praise for portraying a war correspondent in the political thriller Madras Cafe (2013), and achieved further success with starring roles in the highly successful comedies Main Tera Hero (2014), Spy (2015) and Housefull 3 (2016), the second of which was a Hollywood production.
Fakhri at the IIFA Awards in 2017
Nargis Mohammed Fakhri
20 October 1979
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Early life and modelingEdit
Fakhri was born on 20 October 1979 in Queens, New York City, to Mohammed Fakhri, a businessman, and Marie Fakhri, a former police officer. According to the actress, her father was from Pakistan, and moved to the United States for better earnings, while her mother is Czech. She has one younger sister, Aliya. Fakhri's parents divorced when she was six, and her father died a few years later. Because of her mixed Pakistani-Czech ethnicity and American nationality, Fakhri describes herself a "global citizen".
Fakhri started her career as a model at the age of 16. In her later years, she appeared as a contestant on the second and third cycle of America's Next Top Model (2004). Although Fakhri was selected for the first two challenges of both the cycles, she failed to make up to the third challenge for the top twelve contestants. She subsequently modeled professionally in America, working for freelance agencies, and appearing regularly at fashion shows. Fakhri's fame increased when she appeared in a highly popular Indian print campaign for the 2009 Kingfisher Calendar. Her appearance in the Kingfisher Calendar attracted the attention of Indian filmmaker Imtiaz Ali. He selected her for a role in the Hindi romantic drama Rockstar. Fakhri later said that she agreed to work in India so that she could "relate to [her] culture" and get "close to [her] roots [Pakistan]", because India and Pakistan almost shares the same culture.
Career beginnings and breakthrough (2011–2015)Edit
Fakhri made her acting debut with a female lead role in Imtiaz Ali's musical romantic drama Rockstar in 2011. The film follows the journey of an aspiring musician from a humble background to international stardom after the death of his passionate lover. Rockstar was the first film in India to show a Kashmiri Pandit wedding, and saw Fakhri as a free-spirited rich brat, hailing from the Kashmiri Pandit background. Due to her poor command in Hindi, Fakhri's voice was dubbed over by the voice artist Mona Ghosh Shetty. The film received overwhelming responses from critics, but their opinions toward her were mixed, though she was praised for her looks. Film critic Taran Adarsh wrote: "Nargis is a stunner as far as looks are concerned, but isn't persuasive in poignant moments", however, he praised her on-screen chemistry with co-star Ranbir Kapoor. Raja Sen of Rediff.com noted that she is an "exotically ravishing heroine, one so pretty we forgive her occasionally stilted diction". While Nikhat Kazmi praised her performance and said that Fakhri "stands tall as the delectable Heer who sizzles on screen with her unconventional ways". With a gross revenue of ₹1.07 billion (US$15 million), Rockstar was one of the top-grossing Hindi films of the year. Fakhri's performance in the film earned her several Best Female Debut nominations at various award ceremonies, including a Filmfare nomination.
Her next release was opposite John Abraham in the Shoojit Sircar's political thriller Madras Cafe (2013), a drama set during the time of the Indian intervention in the Sri Lankan civil war and the assassination of former Indian prime minister Rajiv Gandhi. Her portrayal was of a British war correspondent in Sri Lanka, and was inspired by many war correspondents, including Anita Pratap. Unlike her debut film, Fakhri dubbed her own dialogues and was approached for the film because Sircar wanted "a girl who looked Indian but had an [English] accent". Upon release, Madras Cafe received acclaim from the critics, and the performances of the lead actors were praised. Saibal Chatterjee said Fakhri "strikes the right notes", whereas Rajeev Masand called her "pleasantly competent". Anuj Kumar of The Hindu was particularly impressed with the film and thought that Fakhri has proved that she has more to her than just a "prominent pout". Later that year, she made a special appearance in the action comedy Phata Poster Nikhla Hero to perform in the item number "Dhating Naach" with the film's lead actor Shahid Kapoor.
The following year, Fakhri collaborated with Varun Dhawan and Ileana D'Cruz for the romantic comedy Main Tera Hero, a remake of the 2011 Telugu film Kandireega, produced by Balaji Motion Pictures and directed by David Dhawan. Set in Bangkok, she played Ayesha, a Don's daughter, who falls for an impetuous brat. The film was a financial success, but received mixed reviews from critics. For her performance in the film, Rohit Khilnani said that Fakhri "is not bad" and that "she fits well in this masala comedy and doesn't disappoint". Taran Adarsh however, disagreed, and said though she "looks great", she needs to "polish her acting skills". She next appeared in a popular item number titled "Yaar Naa Miley" with Salman Khan for Sajid Nadiadwala's action thriller Kick. The song was well received by critics and was immensely popular among the audience. Later that year, she starred in Paul Feig's action comedy Spy, her first project in Hollywood. The film follows the transformation of desk-bound CIA analyst Susan Cooper (McCarthy) into a field agent who attempts to foil the black market sale of a suitcase nuke. Featuring alongside Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham and Jude Law, Fakhri was cast in her first antagonist role, portraying Lia, a secret agent. The film and her performance received praise from critics. John Boone of Entertainment Tonight noted how much she stood out in the "fewer quieter scenes" of the film. Fakhri's performance earned her an MTV Movie Award for Best Fight nomination. Spy emerged as one of top-grossing productions of the year, earning $235.7 million worldwide.
Commercial struggles (2016–present)Edit
Fakhri began 2016 with a special appearance in the Tamil film Saagasam, to perform in the item number "Desi Girl" with the film's lead actor Prashanth. The song, described as a peppy "bar number", was choreographed by Raju Sundaram, and featured hundred extras. Fakhri next appeared alongside Emraan Hashmi and Prachi Desai in the biographical sports drama Azhar. She portrayed Sangeeta Bijlani, an actress and the second wife of cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin. In an interview with Mid Day, Azharuddin said that the film is about his God, marriage and match-fixing. Azhar generated controversy when a CBI officer, who investigated his case during match-fixing, claimed that he has a video tape in which Azharuddin had confessed his involvement in the match-fixing, however, he failed to prove it. Critics praised the films narration, but were divided in their opinion as to her performance. Namrata Joshi of Outlook noted that she was "likeable" in her part, however, Devesh Sharma of Filmfare wrote that she brought "plasticky expressions". Commercially, the film was moderately successful at the box office. She then took on a supporting role for the third installment of the Housefull film series. The ensemble comedy film saw her playing a rich brat who convinces who falls in love with a con-man (Abhishek Bachchan). Reviews of the film and her performance were largely negative. Writing for Firstpost, Subhash K. Jha criticized Fakhri for her inclination toward a film where she was "treated as [a] visual attraction [...] and nothing else". Nevertheless, the film was a major commercial success, grossing ₹1.88 billion (US$27 million) billion worldwide. Fakhri then played a minor role in the adventure comedy Dishoom. Her portrayal was of star Saqib Saleem's friend, which she described as a "cameo".
Fakhri's final role in 2016 was as Christina, an American citizen in search of an instrumentalist capable of playing the banjo, in Ravi Jadhav's musical Banjo. Co-starring Riteish Deshmukh, the film was described as a tribute to rappers living in Mumbai's ghettos. Upon release, the film received mixed reviews and under performed at the Box Office India. Writing for the Times of India, Renuka Vyavahare thought that she "overdoes the American accent but grows on you eventually." Koimoi.com wrote that "Why would you waste your money to watch Nargis' acting and Riteish juggling between his Lai Bhaari and Rockstar character." Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV noted that her part in the drama is the film's "biggest undoing." In October, 2017 Fakhri was selected as a One Young World counselor, alongside Kofi Annan, Doutzen Kroes, and Cher to speak at their summit in Bogota. Fakhri next starred in her second Hollywood production, the romantic comedy 5 Weddings (2018), opposite Rajkumar Rao. Reza Noorani of The Times of India disliked the chemistry between Fakhri and Rao, and said that she "doesn't bring much to the table". Fakhri begun 2019 with Bhushan Patel-directed horror thriller Amavas. As her previous release, the film received mixed reviews and performed poorly at the box-office.
Fakhri began dating actor Uday Chopra in 2014. The relationship attracted substantial media coverage in India and they speculated on an impending marriage. However, the couple broke up in the end of 2017. In may 2018, Fakhri confirmed and announced her relationship with filmmaker Matt Alonzo on instagram.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2011||Rockstar||Heer Kaul||Imtiaz Ali||Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut|
|2013||Madras Cafe||Jaya Sahni||Shoojit Sircar|
|Phata Poster Nikhla Hero||Herself||Rajkumar Santoshi||Special appearance in song "Dhating Naach"|
|2014||Main Tera Hero||Ayesha Shingal||David Dhawan|
|Kick||Angel||Sajid Nadiadwala||Special appearance in song "Yaar Na Miley"|
|2015||Spy||Lia||Paul Feig||Hollywood film|
|2016||Saagasam||Herself||Arun Raj Varma||Special appearance in song "Desi Girl"|
|Azhar||Sangeeta Bijlani||Tony D'Souza|
|Housefull 3||Saraswati "Sarah" Patel||Sajid-Farhad|
|Dishoom||Samaira Dalal||Rohit Dhawan||Cameo appearance|
|Banjo||Christina (Chris)||Ravi Jadhav|
|2018||5 Weddings||Shania Dhaliwal||Namrata Singh Gujral||English-language film|
|Torbaaz||Ayesha||Girish Malik ||Post-production|
|2017||"Habitaan Vigaad Di"||Parichay as a featured artist|||
|"Woofer"||feat. Snoop Dogg|||
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|Asian Music Chart (Official Charts Company)||India (Shazam)||Pakistan (Patari)|
|Habitaan Vigaad Di||2017||22||25||43||Non Album Track|
|Woofer (ft. Snoop Dogg)||2017||4||6||23|
|2017||If My Indian Dad Was A Rapper||Lilly Singh|||
|2017||Habitaan Vigaad Di||Parichay|||
|2018||Tere Vaastey||Satinder Sartaaj|||
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2012||Rockstar||IIFA Awards||Hottest Pair (shared with Ranbir Kapoor)||Won|
|Filmfare Awards||Best Female Debut||Nominated|
|Stardust Awards||Superstar of Tomorrow – Female||Nominated|
|Zee Cine Awards||Best Female Debut||Nominated|
|2014||Madras Cafe||BIG Star Entertainment Awards||Most Entertaining Actor in a Social/Drama Film – Female||Nominated|
|2015||Main Tera Hero||Stardust Awards||Breakthrough Supporting Performance – Female||Nominated|
|Life OK NOW Awards||Best Supporting Actor – Female||Won|
|Bollywood Life Awards||Most Motivational Celeb on Social Media||Won|
|Filmfare Glamour and Style Awards||Ciroc Not The Usual Award||Won|
|2016||Spy||MTV Movie Awards||Best Fight (with Melissa McCarthy)||Nominated|
|2017||Housefull 3||BIG Zee Entertainment Awards||Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Film – Female||Nominated|
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