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Shraddha Kapoor (born 3 March 1987) is an Indian actress and singer who works in Hindi films. The daughter of actor Shakti Kapoor, she began her acting career with a brief role in the 2010 heist film Teen Patti, and followed it with her first leading role in the teen drama Luv Ka The End (2011).

Shraddha Kapoor
Shraddha Kapoor in 2018.jpg
Kapoor in 2018
Born (1987-03-03) 3 March 1987 (age 31)[1]
NationalityIndian
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2010–present
RelativesSee Mangeshkar-Burman family

Kapoor gained wide recognition for playing a singer in the commercially successful romantic drama Aashiqui 2 (2013), for which she received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. The following year, she portrayed a character based on Ophelia in Vishal Bhardwaj's critically acclaimed drama Haider (2014), an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet. Kapoor established herself with starring roles in the romantic thriller Ek Villain (2014), the dance drama ABCD 2 (2015) and the action drama Baaghi (2016), all of which rank among her biggest commercial successes.[2][3] Following a series of commercially unsuccessful films, she starred in the comedy horror film Stree (2018), which ranks as her highest-grossing release.

In addition to acting in films, Kapoor has sung several of her film songs. She is the celebrity endorser for several brands and products, and in 2015, she launched her own line of clothing. She participates in stage shows and concerts. Kapoor features in listings of the most attractive and popular celebrities in India.

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Early life and background

 
Kapoor with her father Shakti Kapoor, who appeared in a cameo in her debut film.

Kapoor was born and raised in Mumbai. On her father's side, Kapoor is of Punjabi descent, and on her mother's side, she is of Marathi ancestry.[4] She has said that she went through a tomboyish phase as a child and described herself as having a strong attitude, because of which she was deliberately picking fights with boys.[5]

Kapoor's family members include her father Shakti Kapoor and mother Shivangi Kapoor, her elder brother Siddhanth Kapoor, her two aunts Padmini Kolhapure and Tejaswini Kolhapure. She is the great-niece of the Mangeshkar siblings: Lata, Asha, Meena, Usha and Hridaynath.[6] Hailing from a family of actors, Kapoor desired to become an actress since a young age. Wearing her parent's clothes, she used to rehearse film dialogues and dance to Bollywood songs in front of the mirror. She also accompanied her father to various shooting locations in her childhood. During one of David Dhawan's shoots, Kapoor befriended actor Varun Dhawan, to play with him,[7] and they were holding a torch pretending it to be a camera while delivering film lines to each other,[8][9] and they were also dancing to Govinda's film songs.[10]

Kapoor did her schooling at Jamnabai Narsee School and at the age of 15, she shifted to the American School of Bombay, where she was schoolmate with actress Athiya Shetty and actor Tiger Shroff. In an interview with The Times of India, Shetty revealed that they all used to participate in dance competitions.[11] Believing herself to be competitive at the age of 17, Kapoor played soccer and handball as she thought these games were challenging.[12] When interviewed by The Hindustan Times in 2016, both Kapoor and Shroff admitted that they had a crush on each other in school, but never proposed to each other.[13]

Kapoor then enrolled in Boston University to major in psychology,[14] but she left in her freshman year to appear in her debut film after she was seen on Facebook by producer Ambika Hinduja, who cast her for a role in Teen Patti.[15] In an interview with the Filmfare magazine, Shakti Kapoor revealed that Kapoor was barely 16 years old when she was offered her first film by Salman Khan, after he saw one of her school play performances,[16] but she rejected the proposal as she was aspiring to become a psychologist.[17][18] Kapoor was trained as a singer since her childhood as her maternal grandfather[19][20] and mother are classical singers.[21][22]

Career

Acting debut and breakthrough (2010–2015)

 
Kapoor at a promotional event for Luv Ka The End in 2011

Kapoor made her acting debut in the 2010 drama Teen Patti, alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Ben Kingsley and R. Madhavan. She played the role of a college girl. The film received generally negative reviews, though her performance was better received. Preeti Arora, writing for Rediff.com stated that: "[t]hough a bit raw, she has a lot of potential."[23] Nikhat Kazmi reviewed: "Shraddha Kapoor makes an interesting debut as the edgy youngster who sheds her specs for sleaze, with alacrity."[24] Kapoor was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut, but the film failed to do well at the box office.[25][26][27] After her debut, she signed a three-film deal with Yash Raj Films and featured in their 2011 teen comedy Luv Ka The End, with Taaha Shah.[28] Kapoor portrayed the lead role of a teenage student who plots against her boyfriend after he cheats on her.[29] The film underperformed at the box office and received mixed reviews from critics.[30] However, Kapoor's performance received a positive critical reception. Taran Adarsh wrote: "Shraddha is a revelation, catching you unaware with a confident performance. She's electrifying in the sequence when she breaks down after getting to know the true intentions of her lover."[31] For her performance, Kapoor received the Stardust Searchlight Award for Best Actress.[32] Kapoor was subsequently offered the lead female role in Aurangzeb as a part of her deal with Yash Raj Films. However, she signed on to Vishesh Films' Aashiqui 2 instead, thereby cancelling the three-film contract with Yash Raj Films.[28]

In 2013, Kapoor found her breakthrough role in Mohit Suri's romantic musical drama Aashiqui 2, the sequel to the 1990 film Aashiqui. She was cast as Aarohi Keshav Shirke, a small-town bar singer who becomes a successful playback artist with the help of a popular male singer (played by Aditya Roy Kapur). The film was a major box office success with a global revenue of 1.09 billion (US$15 million).[33][34] Film critic Anupama Chopra called Kapoor a "real triumph" and added that her "porcelain face has a haunting vulnerability."[35] However, Vinayak Chakravorty of India Today wrote that she "looks pretty [though] fails to add [...] spark."[36] Kapoor received several nominations in the Best Actress category, including one at the Filmfare Awards.[37] That year, she also appeared in a guest appearance for the romantic comedy Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, playing the fiancée of Imran Khan's character.[38]

 
Kapoor with Varun Dhawan during the promotions for ABCD 2 in 2015

Kapoor next reunited with Suri for the thriller Ek Villain (2014), for which she also sang the song "Galliyan".[39] The film tells the story of a hardened criminal (played by Sidharth Malhotra) whose terminally ill wife (played by Kapoor) is brutally murdered by a serial killer. The film was generally perceived to be plagiarised from the Korean film I Saw the Devil, although Suri claimed that it was an original film.[40] In her review, Raedita Tandon of Filmfare called the film a "gritty, engaging thriller", and stated that Kapoor was a revelation in it.[41] The film eventually emerged as a major commercial success with domestic revenues of over 1 billion (US$14 million).[42] Her second release that year was Vishal Bhardwaj's critically acclaimed drama Haider, an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Hamlet, set during the Kashmir conflict of 1995.[43] She played the Ophelia-based character, a journalist named Arshia, opposite Shahid Kapoor and Tabu. Writing for Deccan Chronicle, critic Kusumita Das praised Kapoor's effort in capturing the varied nuances of her character and noted that her portrayal was "surprisingly composed".[44] Also that year, Kapoor performed an item number in the Karan Johar-produced thriller Ungli.[45]

In 2015, Kapoor starred in a sequel to the dance film ABCD: Any Body Can Dance, entitled ABCD 2, she portrayed the role of a hip-hop dancer who competed in an international hip-hop competition alongside her childhood friend Suresh Mukund (essayed by Varun Dhawan).[46][47] In preparation for her role, she learned different genres of dance form from choreographers Prabhudeva and Remo D'Souza.[48] Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, the film earned 1.57 billion (US$22 million) worldwide to become her most widely seen film to that point.[49]

Baaghi and beyond (2016–present)

 
Kapoor at an event for Baaghi in 2016

Kapoor began 2016 by featuring as star Tiger Shroff's love interest in the action drama Baaghi, about a pair of rebellious lovers set against the backdrop of a martial arts school. The role required her to practice Kalaripayattu (a martial art originating in the south of India).[50] Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express considered her character in it to be dated, but thought that she played the romantic and action sequences "well enough".[51] Commercially, the film performed well and collected a total of 1.26 billion (US$18 million).[52][53] Kapoor's final release of the year was the rock musical drama Rock On 2, a sequel to 2008's Rock On!!. She was cast alongside Farhan Akhtar, Arjun Rampal and Prachi Desai. She played the role of Jiah Sharma, an introverted singer and keyboard player, who suffers a neglectful relationship with her father.[54] To prepare, she spent time reading books in isolation[55] and undertook vocal training under the singer Samantha Edwards.[56] Namrata Joshi of The Hindu disliked the film and considered Kapoor's performance "self-consciously meek and submissive".[57] Rock On 2 did not recoup its 450 million (US$6.3 million) investment.[58]

Kapoor began 2017 with Shaad Ali's romantic drama Ok Jaanu, in which she reunited with Aditya Roy Kapur.[59] A remake of Mani Ratnam's Tamil romantic drama O Kadhal Kanmani, the film was produced by Karan Johar under the banner of Dharma Productions. Kapoor next appeared in the romance Half Girlfriend, in which she was paired opposite Arjun Kapoor. It was based on Chetan Bhagat's novel of the same name, and reunited her with director Mohit Suri. In a review of the latter film, Raja Sen of NDTV considered it to be a "preposterously dimwitted romance" and criticised Kapoor as "shrill and insubstantial".[60] Later in 2017, Kapoor appeared in Apoorva Lakhia's Haseena Parkar, a biopic of terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's sister, who ran a crime ring of her own. Kapoor played the titular role, alongside her brother Siddhanth Kapoor, who essayed Ibrahim's character.[61] The film met with negative reviews;[62][63] Anna M. M. Vetticad of Firstpost considered Kapoor's performance to be as "bland as the screenplay", adding that "she tries to appear mature and menacing, but the effort shows too much".[64] None of her 2017 releases performed well at the box office.[65]

In 2018, Kapoor starred opposite Rajkummar Rao in the comedy horror film Stree.[66] Based on the Nale Ba legend, the film featured her as a mysterious, unnamed woman who falls in love with Rao's character.[67] The critic Saibal Chatterjee took note of the film's feminist subtext and found Kapoor to be "suitably icy as the enigmatic woman".[68] Rajeev Masand opined that she "blends in nicely as the alluring out-of-towner with an air of mystery around her".[69] With gross earnings of over 1.7 billion (US$24 million), Stree emerged as her highest-grossing release.[70][71] In the same year, Kapoor reteamed with Shahid Kapoor in Batti Gul Meter Chalu, a social problem film about electricity issues in rural India. She agreed to the project due to the social message she found in the script.[72] Filming was marred with dispute when the studio KriArj Entertainment failed to remunerate the crew. Following a brief hiatus, production resumed after Bhushan Kumar took over the project.[73] In a negative review for India Today, Charu Thakur noted that Kapoor "needs to go a long way as far as her acting skills are concerned".[74]

Kapoor will next star in a biopic of the badminton player Saina Nehwal, directed by Amole Gupte.[75] She will also appear alongside Prabhas in Sujeeth's trilingual action film Saaho, and in Nitesh Tiwari's comedy Chhichhore.[76][77]

Other work and media image

 
Kapoor in 2014

In addition to acting in films, Kapoor has supported charitable organisations,[78] performed for stage shows and sang in her films. She has also ramp walked in the Lakme Fashion Week[79] for various fashion designers[80] and has been the cover model for several magazines.[81][82][83] Kapoor is the brand ambassador of several products, including Lakmé, Veet, Lipton, Marico's Hair & Care and many others.[84][85] Bollywood Hungama named her "one of the most wanted names" in the advertising industry.[86] Later, in March 2015, she launched her own line of clothing for women, named Imara, in association with Amazon.com.[87][88]

Kapoor has established herself as one of the most popular celebrities in India.[89] In 2013, a poll conducted by the Indian edition of FHM ranked her fifth in their listing of the world's sexiest actresses.[90] In 2014, she was placed at the sixth position[91] and the following year she was placed at the second position in McAfee's most searched celebrities poll.[92] Google Trends also noted that Kapoor is one of the most searched Indian actresses between 2014 and 2015.[93][94] Rediff.com placed her in their listing of the top 10 Bollywood actresses in 2014.[95] Kapoor was placed seventh on The Times of India's listing of the Most Desirable Women in 2014 and 2015.[96] In 2015, the Indian edition of the International Business Times press positioned her fourth among the top actresses[3] and Rediff.com featured her among the top earners.[97]

In 2016, Forbes magazine featured her as one of the most successful Asians under the age of 30 and the previous year, the Indian edition of the magazine featured her in their annual Celebrity 100 list with a total earning of US$1.3 million per year.[98] The same year, she became the third most followed Indian actress on Instagram with a total number of over 10 million followers.[99] Kapoor has also gained recognition for her dressing sense.[100][101] Various media outlets have praised her sense of style,[102][103][104] and has been considered for ramp walks by several fashion designers.[105][106] In 2016, she was featured among the highest paid actresses of Bollywood with a total earning of 50 million (US$700,000) per film.[107] In 2018, Eastern Eye featured her as one of the eight sexiest women in Bollywood.[108]

Filmography

Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Director Notes
2010 Teen Patti Aparna Khanna Leena Yadav
2011 Luv Ka The End Rhea Dialdas Bumpy
2013 Aashiqui 2 Arohi Keshav Shirke Mohit Suri
2013 Gori Tere Pyaar Mein Vasudha Punit Malhotra Special appearance
2014 Ek Villain Aisha Verma Mohit Suri
2014 Haider Arshia Lone Vishal Bhardwaj
2014 Ungli Basanti Rensil D'Silva Special appearance in song "Dance Basanti"
2015 ABCD 2 Vinnie Remo D'Souza
2016 Baaghi Sia Sabbir Khan
2016 A Flying Jatt Herself Remo D'Souza Cameo appearance
2016 Rock On 2 Jiah Sharma Shujaat Saudagar
2017 Ok Jaanu Tara Agnihotri Shaad Ali
2017 Half Girlfriend Riya Somani Mohit Suri
2017 Haseena Parkar Haseena Parkar Apoorva Lakhia
2018 Nawabzaade Herself Jayesh Pradhan Special appearance in song "High Rated Gabru"[109]
2018 Stree Unnamed Amar Kaushik
2018 Batti Gul Meter Chalu Lalita "Nauti" Nautiyal Shree Narayan Singh
2019 Saaho  TBA Sujeeth Filming; trilingual film (Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu)
2019 Chhichhore  Maya Nitesh Tiwari Filming[110]
TBA Saina  Saina Nehwal Amole Gupte Filming[111]

Discography

Track Year Album Ref(s)
"Galliyan" 2014 Ek Villain [112]
"Do Jahaan" 2014 Haider [113]
"Bezubaan Phir Se" 2015 ABCD 2 [114]
"Sab Tera" 2016 Baaghi [115]
"Tere Mere Dil" 2016 Rock On 2 [116]
"Udja Re" 2016 [117]
"Woh Jahaan" 2016 [118]
"Rock On-Revisited" 2016 [119]
"Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahungi 2017 Half Girlfriend [120]

Awards and nominations

Year Film Award Category Result Ref.
2011 Teen Patti Lions Gold Awards Favourite Promising Actor (Female) Won [121]
Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut Nominated [122]
2012 Luv Ka The End Stardust Awards Best Actress Won
2013 Aashiqui 2 International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actress Nominated
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Best Romantic Couple Won [123]
Most Entertaining Film Actor - Female Nominated [124]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Role - Female Nominated [124]
2014 Lions Gold Awards New Heartthrob Film Actor in Lead Role - Female Won [125]
Screen Awards Best Actress Nominated [126]
Best Actress (Popular Choice) Nominated [126]
Jodi No. 1 (along with Aditya Roy Kapur) Won [127]
Star Guild Awards Jodi of the Year (along with Aditya Roy Kapur) Won [128]
Filmfare Awards Best Actress Nominated [129]
Zee Cine Awards Best Actor – Female Nominated [130]
Gori Tere Pyaar Mein Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female) Nominated [131]
2015 Haider Mirchi Music Awards Upcoming Female Vocalist of the Year (for Do Jahaan) Nominated [132]
Screen Awards Best Ensemble Cast(along with Shahid Kapoor Nominated [133]
Stardust Awards Best Actress in a Drama Nominated [134]
Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Nominated [134]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Film - Female Nominated [135]
Ek Villain Most Entertaining Actor (Film) - Female Nominated [135]
Most Entertaining Actor in a Thriller Film - Female Nominated [135]
Global Indian Music Academy Awards Best Celebrity Singer of the Year Won [136]
Best Music Debut Nominated [137]
Screen Awards Best Actor Popular (Female) Nominated [138]
Mirchi Music Awards Upcoming Female Vocalist of the Year (for Galliyan) Nominated [132]
2016 ABCD 2 Upcoming Female Vocalist of the Year (for Bezubaan Phir Se) Nominated [139]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actress Nominated [140]

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