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1991-2006 2011–present

Spouse(s) Anil Thadani (2004–present)

Children 4

Relatives

Ravi Tandon (father) Rajiv Tandon (brother) Manjari Makijany (cousin) Vishal Singh (cousin) Reshma Singh (cousin) Kiran Rathod
Kiran Rathod
(cousin)

Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
Thadani is an Indian actress, producer, and former model. She has received one National Film Award and two Filmfare Awards. She attained popularity for female-centric roles in the later part of her career. She has mainly worked in Bollywood
Bollywood
films, though she has appeared in a few movies of Telugu, Tamil and Kannada cinema as well. Tandon made her acting debut opposite Salman Khan
Salman Khan
in Patthar Ke Phool (1991), and won a Filmfare Award for Lux New Face of the Year
Filmfare Award for Lux New Face of the Year
for her performance in the film. During the 1990s, she was part of several commercial successes such as Dilwale (1994), Mohra
Mohra
(1994), Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi (1996) and Ziddi (1997), among others. Despite attaining popularity, her main successful period evolved in the early 2000s, when she ventured into more serious roles and turned towards arthouse and parallel cinema. She got high critical acclaim for her performances in films such as Aks (2001), Satta (2003), Shool (1999) and Sandhya (2002). She was at the peak of her career in 2002, when she won the National Film Award for Best Actress
National Film Award for Best Actress
for her performance in Kalpana Lajmi's Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence (2001). She had established herself as a leading actress of Bollywood. She was a commercial successful actress of her time . She rose to prominence in the early 2000s. She was praised by many critics for her acting skills. Apart from acting she has also been involved with many social organizations. In 2012, she appeared as host on the TV show Isi Ka Naam Zindagi.[1] She made her comeback to the film industry with a leading role in Maatr.

Contents

1 Early life 2 1991–94: Debut and early success 3 1995–96: Career fluctuations 4 1996–99: Box office success 5 2000–2005: National Award and rise to prominence 6 Comeback (2015–present) 7 Personal life 8 Controversies 9 Commitments 10 Awards and nominations 11 Filmography 12 See also 13 References 14 External links

Early life[edit] Tandon attended Jamnabai Narsee School in Juhu
Juhu
and studied at Mithibai College. She completed her first and second years at the college. During her time as an intern, she got her first film offer from Shantanu Sheorey which she accepted.[2] She dropped out of college and decided to pursue her film career.[2] 1991–94: Debut and early success[edit] Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
debuted with the film Patthar Ke Phool
Patthar Ke Phool
(1991) which was a hit;[3] she received the Filmfare Award for Lux New Face of the Year for her performance. Her next films Mohra
Mohra
(1994) and Dilwale (1994) were big hits at the box. Laadla (1994) earned her a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. Mohra
Mohra
was the second biggest hit of 1994.[4] Her other releases of that year included the thriller Imtihaan
Imtihaan
and the cult comedy Andaz Apna Apna. 1995–96: Career fluctuations[edit] In 1995, she starred with Shahrukh Khan
Shahrukh Khan
for the first time in Zamaana Deewana; the film failed to do well.[5] 1996–99: Box office success[edit] Her career was back on track with hit films such as Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi (1996)[6] and Ziddi (1997), both being big hits of their respective year.[7] In 1998, Tandon had eight releases. Her last release of that year, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, co-starring Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
and Govinda turned out to be the second biggest hit of the year.[8] Tandon was offered the second lead in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
which went on to be the biggest hit of 1998, but she turned it down.[9] Her other releases of that year were Gharwali Baharwali which gained a below average status, Vinashak, Pardesi Babu and Aunty No. 1, all of which were unsuccessful.[8] In 1999, Tandon starred opposite Upendra in his self-titled Kannada psychological thriller film, Upendra.[10] 2000–2005: National Award and rise to prominence[edit] In the 2000s, Tandon turned her career professional. She went on to work more with art film directors and realistic cinema. It proved to be a good turning as films such as Shool (1999), Bulandi (2000) and Aks (2001) won her huge acclaim. She won many awards as well as the Filmfare Special Performance Award
Filmfare Special Performance Award
for her performance in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Aks.[11] Her years in the industry paid off when she won the coveted National Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in Kalpana Lajmi's Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence (2001), where she played a battered wife to an abusive husband.[12] She surprised critics and audiences with her performance in the film and received much appreciation for her work. Critic Taran Adarsh said: "Raveena Tandon lends credibility to the role of a battered wife and walks away with the honours. The pathos she conveys through her expressions makes you realise that she's a performer of substance".[13] Since then, she has starred in a number of critically acclaimed films, such as Satta (2003) and Dobara (2004), but has not had much box office success. Her role as a middle class woman thrust into the world of politics in the former was praised. Critic Taran Adarsh wrote: " Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
delivers a bravura performance. The actress takes giant strides as a performer, giving the right touches to her character. Here's a performance that's bound to be noticed".[14] Her role as a schizophrenic in Dobara was also praised with one critic saying: "Raveena is in sync with her character, playing her part with elaan".[15] Her only release in 2006 was Sandwich which opened to poor reviews and reception.[16] Comeback (2015–present)[edit] In 2015, she made a comeback to Bollywood
Bollywood
in longtime friend Anurag Kashayp's magnum opus Bombay Velvet. Playing a sultry jazz singer, her brief performance was lauded by critics.[17] She is currently filming Onir's Shab, where she plays a socialite.[18] In addition, she has also reportedly committed to Anurag Kashyap's Return Gift. She will be next seen in the thriller movie Maatr. Personal life[edit] She adopted two girls, Pooja and Chhaya, as a single mother in 1995 when they were 11 and 8 years old, respectively.[19] Tandon began dating film distributor Anil Thadani during the making of her film Stumped (2003). Their engagement was announced in November 2003. She married Thadani on 22 February 2004 in Jag Mandir Palace in Udaipur, Rajasthan
Udaipur, Rajasthan
according to Punjabi traditions.[20] She gave birth to a baby girl named Rasha on 16 March 2005 and had her second child, a baby boy named Ranbirvardhan, on 12 July 2007.[21] Controversies[edit] Tandon was chairperson of the Children's Film Society of India
Children's Film Society of India
from 2003, but from 2004 the actress began to get complaints that she did not attend the organisation's meetings and that she was not involved with the activities set up by the society. In September 2005, Tandon resigned from her post citing personal reasons.[22] In November 2005, Tandon sued the websites, Shaadi.com and Shaaditimes.com, claiming that they were using unauthorized images of her to promote the site. She also sued the owner of Satyanet Solutions, as they claimed that Tandon and her husband had met through the website.[23] Commitments[edit] In November 2002, Tandon sang to support People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. She has posed in many advertisement campaigns joining the likes of Shilpa Shetty, Amisha Patel
Amisha Patel
and John Abraham. On the issue of cows being slaughtered for their skin, she said "Their abuse at the hands of corrupt skin and meat traders must be stopped".[24] Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Film Award Category Result

1993 Patthar Ke Phool Filmfare Awards Filmfare Award for Lux New Face of the Year Won

1994 Laadla Filmfare Awards Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated

2002 Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence National Film Awards Best Actress Won

Aks Filmfare Awards Special
Special
Performance Award Won

Screen Awards Best Supporting Actress Won

Bollywood
Bollywood
Movie Awards Best Supporting Actress Won

Bollywood
Bollywood
Movie Awards Critics Award Female Won

Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Won[25]

Awadh Samman Awarded by the Government of Uttar Pradesh Won

2004 Satta Screen Awards Best Actress Nominated

2011 Laboratory Kalakar Awards Best Actress Won

2012 Shobhana 7 Nights Indian Film Festival of Houston Best Actress Won [26]

2017 Maatr Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Award Best Actress Critic Won [27]

2018 Maatr Lions Gold Awards Performance With Social Impact Won [28]

2018 Maatr Bollywood
Bollywood
Film Journalists Awards: Special
Special
Trendsetter Award Won

Filmography[edit] Main article: Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
filmography See also[edit]

Bollywood
Bollywood
portal

List of Indian actresses

References[edit]

^ http://www.hindustantimes.com/television/raveena-tandon-to-host-a-chat-show/article1-814595.aspx ^ a b "Raveena Tandon: I am like a dog, faithful and loyal". Rediff.com. 25 June 2004. Retrieved 11 September 2007.  ^ "boxofficeindia.com". Archived from the original on 6 December 2006. Retrieved 25 January 2007.  ^ "1994 box office report". Archived from the original on 29 June 2007. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "1995 box office report". Archived from the original on 25 August 2007. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "KKK: A Hit". Archived from the original on 27 August 2007. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Ziddi: A Hit". 1997 box office chart. Archived from the original on 24 August 2007. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ a b "1998 box office chart". Archived from the original on 2 September 2007. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "KKHH". Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Upendra 1999 film".  ^ "Raveena wins Special
Special
Performance award". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 9 July 2012. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Raveena wins National Film Award". BBC News. 28 March 2001. Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Raveena steals the show". Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Raveena's performance in Satta". Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Raveena's performance in Dobara". Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Disaster for Sandwich". Retrieved 12 September 2007.  ^ "Revealed: Raveena Tandon's Bombay Velvet Look". Retrieved 20 July 2015.  ^ "I Play a Diva in Shab: Raveena Tandon". Retrieved 20 July 2015.  ^ Shaheen Parkar (24 May 2011). "Raveena Tandon: The Wedding planner". Mumbai: Mid Day. Retrieved 10 March 2012.  ^ "Raveena's wedding will now be a movie". Rediff. 2004-02-25. Retrieved 2015-11-18.  ^ "indiafm.com". Retrieved 13 July 2007.  ^ "Tandon resigns from CFSI". Retrieved 11 September 2007.  ^ "Tandon files case". Retrieved 11 September 2007.  ^ "Raveena joins PETA". The Times of India. Retrieved 13 September 2007.  ^ "69th & 70th Annual Hero Honda BFJA Awards 2007". Bfjaawards.com. Archived from the original on 27 December 2007. Retrieved 27 October 2008.  ^ http://dunyanews.tv/en/Entertainment/137369-Raveena-Tandon-wins-best-actress-award ^ http://m.timesofindia.com/entertainment/hindi/bollywood/news/raveena-tandon-bags-dadasaheb-phalke-academy-award/articleshow/58959165.cms ^ "Lions Gold Awards 2018: Complete winners list and Red Carpet pictures Free Press Journal". Free Press Journal. 2018-01-25. Retrieved 2018-03-10. 

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Awards for Raveena Tandon

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National Film Award for Best Actress

1967–1980

Nargis
Nargis
(1967) Sharada (1968) Madhabi Mukherjee (1969) Rehana Sultan (1970) Waheeda Rehman
Waheeda Rehman
(1971) Sharada (1972) Nandini Bhaktavatsala (1973) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(1974) Sharmila Tagore
Sharmila Tagore
(1975) Lakshmi (1976) Smita Patil
Smita Patil
(1977) Sharada (1978) Shoba
Shoba
(1979) Smita Patil
Smita Patil
(1980)

1981–2000

Rekha
Rekha
(1981) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(1982) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(1983) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(1984) Suhasini (1985) Monisha (1986) Archana (1987) Archana (1988) Sreelekha Mukherji (1989) Vijayashanti (1990) Moloya Goswami
Moloya Goswami
(1991) Dimple Kapadia
Dimple Kapadia
(1992) Shobana
Shobana
(1993) Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
(1994) Seema Biswas
Seema Biswas
(1995) Tabu (1996) Indrani Haldar and Rituparna Sengupta
Rituparna Sengupta
(1997) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(1998) Kirron Kher
Kirron Kher
(1999) Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
(2000)

2001–present

Shobana
Shobana
and Tabu (2001) Konkona Sen Sharma
Konkona Sen Sharma
(2002) Meera Jasmine
Meera Jasmine
(2003) Tara (2004) Sarika
Sarika
(2005) Priyamani
Priyamani
(2006) Umashree
Umashree
(2007) Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra
(2008) Ananya Chatterjee (2009) Mitalee Jagtap Varadkar and Saranya Ponvannan
Saranya Ponvannan
(2010) Vidya Balan
Vidya Balan
(2011) Usha Jadhav
Usha Jadhav
(2012) Geetanjali Thapa (2013) Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut
(2014) Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut
(2015) Surabhi Lakshmi
Surabhi Lakshmi
(2016)

v t e

Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut

1989–2009

Juhi Chawla
Juhi Chawla
(1989) Bhagyashree
Bhagyashree
(1990) Pooja Bhatt
Pooja Bhatt
(1991) Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
(1992) Divya Bharti (1993) Mamta Kulkarni (1994) Sonali Bendre
Sonali Bendre
& Tabu (1995) Twinkle Khanna
Twinkle Khanna
(1996) Seema Biswas
Seema Biswas
(1997) Mahima Chaudhry
Mahima Chaudhry
(1998) Preity Zinta
Preity Zinta
(1999) Nandita Das
Nandita Das
(2000) Kareena Kapoor
Kareena Kapoor
(2001) Bipasha Basu
Bipasha Basu
(2002) Esha Deol
Esha Deol
(2003) Lara Dutta
Lara Dutta
& Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra
(2004) Ayesha Takia
Ayesha Takia
(2005) Vidya Balan
Vidya Balan
(2006) Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut
(2007) Deepika Padukone
Deepika Padukone
(2008) Asin
Asin
(2009)

2010–present

Not awarded (2010) Sonakshi Sinha
Sonakshi Sinha
(2011) Parineeti Chopra
Parineeti Chopra
(2012) Ileana D'Cruz
Ileana D'Cruz
(2013) Vaani Kapoor
Vaani Kapoor
(2014) Kriti Sanon
Kriti Sanon
(2015) Bhumi Pednekar
Bhumi Pednekar
(2016) Ritika Singh
Ritika Singh
(2017)

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Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress

Mita Vashisht
Mita Vashisht
(1995) Not awarded (1996) Seema Biswas
Seema Biswas
(1997) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(1998) Shefali Shah
Shefali Shah
(1999) Sushmita Sen
Sushmita Sen
(2000) Sonali Bendre
Sonali Bendre
(2001) Raveena Tandon
Raveena Tandon
(2002) Madhuri Dixit
Madhuri Dixit
(2003) Juhi Chawla
Juhi Chawla
(2004) Rani Mukerji
Rani Mukerji
(2005) Shweta Prasad (2006) Kirron Kher
Kirron Kher
(2007) Chak De girls (2008) Shahana Goswami
Shahana Goswami
(2009) Arundathi Nag
Arundathi Nag
(2010) Shernaz Patel
Shernaz Patel
(2011) Aditi Rao Hydari
Aditi Rao Hydari
(2012) Dolly Ahluwalia
Dolly Ahluwalia
(2013) Swara Bhaskar
Swara Bhaskar
(2014) Tabu and Seema Pahwa (2015) Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra
(2016) Shabana Azmi
Shabana Azmi
(2017) Neha Dhupia
Neha Dhupia
(2017)

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 22070019 LCCN: nr2001024483 ISNI: 0000 0001 1930 1995 BNF: cb1698

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