For Marathi actress Amruta Subhash it was relatively easier to become an accomplished actress, coming as she does from a family of actors her mother Jyoti SubhashJyoti Subhash is a veteran Indian actress who prim >> Read More... being a well-known actress, and her mentor. However, in the true Marathi tradition, she entered acting through the medium of theatre, having graduated from the National School of Drama, New DelhiClick to look into! >> Read More.... Her return to Maharashtra saw her participating in several plays, most noteworthy out of which was her portrayal of the main character in “Tee Fulrani”, based on the theme of “My Fair Lady and “Pygmalion”.
Having made her mark on the stage, she then moved into Marathi cinema as well as Television in 2004.Her debut film was “Shwaas” where she portrayed a very sensitive role, and the film itself was adjudged as the Best Feature Film at the 51st National Film AwardsThe National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More.... Having already been acclaimed as a sensitive actress, her next role in the Hindi film “Chausar”, directed by SagarSarhadi (of “BazaarClick to look into! >> Read More...” fame) brought her further appreciation from critics, paving the way for her to enact similar roles in TV serials too, including Gulzar’s “NirmalaFamous director Gulzar had adapted the story of Mu >> Read More...”.
In fact, in 2004 itself shehad received the Best Actress award for her role in the TV show “Awaghachi Sansaar” featured on Zee Gaurav. She has been acknowledged as one of the most sensitive female artistes and she herself also enjoys her portrayal of roles of women fighting back for their rights.Her list of awards have been quite impressive, with her receiving the V. Shantaram Award for her role in the film “Savalee”, and the National Award in 2013 for Best Supporting Actress for the Marathi film “Astu”. To cap it all, for her film “Killa” she was the recipient of the Crystal Bear for the best film in the Generation Kplus section at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.
But any mention of Amruta without referring to her other achievements would be incomplete. She is trained in both classical singing and Bharata Natyam. In fact, she has featured as a playback singer in films like “Haapus”and “Ajintha” and has also done the background score for “Nital” and “Teen Bahene”.