Amruta Khanvilkar Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Amruta Khanvilkar Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Amruta Khanvilkar, an Indian actress for both film and television, was born on November 23, 1984. She primarily appears in Hindi and Marathi movies. Khanvilkar started her career as a competitor on India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj in 2004. She had always wanted to be an actress in movies. Golmaal (2006) was her first Marathi movie, and Mumbai Salsa (2006) was her first Hindi movie. (2007). Commercial success followed with Saade Maade Teen (2007) and Phoonk. (2008).

Her Lavani dance performance of "Wajale Ki Bara" from the Marathi film Natarang helped her become well-known in 2010. She received plaudits for her portrayal in the critically acclaimed Katyar Kaljat Ghusali in 2015, and she was nominated for both the Maharashtra State Film Awards and the Marathi Filmfare Awards. Khanvilkar played minor parts in the well-known Hindi films Satyameva Jayate (2018), Malang (2018), and Raazi (2018). (2020). Shala (2011), Aayna Ka Bayna (2012), Welcome Zindagi (2015), Well Done Baby (2021), and Pondicherry are some of her other well-known movies. (2022). She played the lead in the critically acclaimed and financially successful love drama Chandramukhi in 2022.

Along with her involvement in movies, Khanvilkar has also participated in reality TV series like Nach Baliye 7, in which she won, and Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10. She has also anchored Dance Maharashtra Dance - Season 1 (2012), Dance India Dance 6, and Famously Filmfare Marathi, among others. (2018). She also made an appearance in the 2009 track "Aye Hip Hopper" by Ishq Bector.

Early life

Khanvilkar was born to a Maharashtrian family in Mumbai in 1984. She attended the Karnataka High School in Pune and received her degree in commerce from the Marathwada Mitra Mandal College in Pune.


Khanvilkar started her career in 2004 as a participant on Zee Cine Star ki Khoj, one of the earliest reality programs on Indian television. That same year, she also co-starred with Amitabh Bhattacharjee in the Hindi short film Saanjh, which was produced by the Film and Television Institute of India. She went on to make additional appearances in 2005 on the television programs Ada and Time Bomb 9/11, and she also won the first runner-up spot in the Marathi reality competition Eka Peksha Ek. (2007).

Khanvilkar made her acting debut in the 2006 Marathi comedy Golmaal, and audiences praised her work. She made her Hindi cinema debut in the 2007 movie Mumbai Salsa, playing Manjari Phadnis' nymphomaniacal flatmate. Soon after, she acted in the 2007 films Hattrick, Saade Maade Teen, and Gaiir. (2009). She worked with the filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma on two movies in 2008: Phoonk, a mature woman with a de-glamorized appearance based on superstition and black magic, and Contract, a youthful and joyful girl set against the backdrop of terrorism and infiltration. Her work received plaudits, and the movie was dubbed a box office smash. Later, she appeared in the follow-up, Phoonk 2. (2010).

She rose to fame in 2010 after singing the Bela Shende-sung song "Wajale Ki Bara" in Ravi Jadhav's movie Natarang. She played Paranajpe Bai, a Marathi teacher, in Sujay Dahake's 2011 film Shala, which was adapted from the same-titled novel by Milind Bokil. The movie had its New York Indian Film Festival premiere before going on to win the Silver Lotus Award at the 59th National Film Awards. After that, she acted as a dependable girlfriend in Arjun alongside Sachit Patil and Zakaas, two financially prosperous rural girls. The CineRockom International Film Festival awarded her Best Actress for her work in the musical movie Aayna ka Bayna (2012).

She played Shreyas Talpade's love interest in the superhero movie Baji in 2015. After that, she starred in Welcome Zindagi, a Marathi adaptation of the Bengali movie Hemlock Society and a dark comedy about life and death. Later same year, in Subodh Bhave's feature film Katyar Kaljat Ghusali, which was based on the play of the same name, she played Muslim girl Zareena, Khansaheb's daughter. Because of her praised work, Khanvilkar received her first Filmfare Marathi Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Katyar Kaljat Ghusali became one of the highest-grossing Marathi movies of all time after earning over 40 crores (US$6.24 million). She has also acted in the 2017 historical war movie Rangoon, the Marathi mystery One Way Ticket, and the Hindi drama Baaki Itihaas. (2016).

In 2018, Khanvilkar received praise for her work in Hindi-language projects. She portrays Alia Bhatt's Pakistani widowed sister-in-law Munira in Meghna Gulzar's Raazi. Her performance was appreciated by both critics and the general audience. Additionally, this was her first leading role in a Hindi movie in eight years. In Milap Zaveri's Satyameva Jayate, she played the lively and naughty wife opposite Manoj Bajpayee. She made her digital debut as Lady Serial Killer Lavina Birdie in the same year, costarring with Amit Sial in the web series Damaged for Hungama Play, in which she played an original and ground-breaking role. At first, she was hesitant to portray a fearless figure in front of the camera. She prepared for her role by reading various enigmatic texts. "Amruta probably took up a mighty challenge, but by the end of the show it is hard to imagine any other actor who could have played Lovina better," critics said of her portrayal of Lovina. Another person commented, "She portrays the deviant Lovina so effectively that for a split second you can't tell who the actor is from the character. She must navigate the entire emotional spectrum as part of her role, which is challenging, but she makes it look easy. It's encouraging to see tales like these being created and such skilled actors taking on parts like these. She had a fleeting appearance in the Marathi biographical drama film Ani... Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar, playing the part of Chandrakala, played by Sandhya Shantaram, from the Marathi movie Pinjra. (1972).

In Mohit Suri's action film Malang (2020), Khanvilkar plays the troubled Catholic wife of Michael Rodrigues, who is portrayed by Kunal Khemu. Several commentators praised Khanvilkar's performance, noting that she had fewer words but a more emotional character. The Marathi comedy Choricha Mamla was her other release of the year.

She appeared in the Marathi drama Well Done Baby (2021) the following year, which tells the story of a contemporary young couple trying to figure out the meaning of their relationship while also adjusting to the addition of a new member to their family. She "aces it" as Meera, a Mashable critic wrote. Khanvilkar does an impeccable job of bringing to light her frustrations, conundrum, insecurities, and desire to regain some sense of normalcy in her life. Direct distribution of the movie on Amazon Prime Video. She has also been on numerous television programs throughout the years, including Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 and Dance India Dance 6 and 24 (2016). (2020).

As a tragic Tamasha artist in Prasad Oak's Marathi musical love play Chandramukhi, which was adapted from the same-titled novel by Vishwas Patil, Khanvilkar received her first title role in 2022. She was Oak's first choice, but her role wasn't revealed until a 35-foot-tall cutout costumed as Chandra did so at the Royal Opera House. She underwent an eight-month training program to sharpen her language and diction while packing on more than 15 kg to fit the part. Her performance and the movie were both anticipated and financially successful. Khanvilkar is an actor who can do outstanding job if given a decent director, according to Shubham Kulkarni of, who credited her hard effort and her expressive eyes. She manages to carry a movie on her shoulders while maintaining a look of agony and depth in her eyes. She is taken advantage of, subjected to unfavorable gazes, and even sought to be sold. Her performance-focused role made Sameer Ahire happy, and he added, "The first frame of her, and you can't take your eyes off the screen. How lovely she appears. According to Mihir Bhanage of The Times of India, "Amruta gave a sincere and committed performance." Suyog Zore, a critic for Cinestaan, expressed a similar opinion when he wrote, "The film belongs to Khanvilkar. Simply put, the actress has invested herself fully in the role.

The following role she played was Manasi in Sachin Kundalkar's Pondicherry, the first Marathi and one of the first Indian feature films to be shot entirely on a smartphone. She was portrayed as a depressed young woman who never had control over her life decisions. Mihir Bhange of The Times of India called her "a surprise package" and said that although "her role is brief, she does complete justice to it." Her subsequent brief appearance was with Sharad Kelkar in the historical action picture Har Har Mahadev, which was made in all of India. The movie was well welcomed by critics, who praised Khanvilkar for her outstanding portrayal of Sonabai.

She will compete in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10 with choreographer Pratik Utekar, it was announced in July 2022. She placed ninth in the competition.

next projects In Satish Rajwade's romance drama Autograph - Ek Japun Thevavi Ashi Lovestory, Khanvilkar will next work alongside Ankush Chaudhari. She is starring opposite Rajat Kapoor in Hansal Mehta's Lootere on Disney+ Hotstar. She revealed a sports biopic on Lalita Shivaji Babar, an Indian long-distance runner from the Satara area, in honor of Republic Day.

Private life

On the sets of India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj, she met fellow participant Himmanshoo A. Malhotra, with whom she later fell in love. The pair tied the knot in Delhi on January 24, 2015, after ten years of dating. They both took home the trophy for Nach Baliye 7 in 2015.




Films that have not yet been releasedDenotes films that have not yet been released
2004SaanjhDeepaHindiShort film
2006GolmaalPurva / ApurvaMarathi
2007HattrickHemendra Patel's daughterHindi
Mumbai SalsaNehaHindi
Saade Maade TeenMadhuraMarathi
Doghat Tisra Aata Sagala Visara-MarathiCameo appearance
2010Natarang-MarathiCameo appearance in the song "Wajale Ki Bara"
Phoonk 2AartiHindi
Phillum CityMaltiHindi
2011ShalaParanajpe BaiMarathi
Fakta Ladh Mhana-MarathiCameo appearance in the Song "Daav Ishqacha (Lavani)"
2012Satrangi ReRJ AlishaMarathi
Aayna Ka BaynaShivaniMarathi
2013Himmatwala-HindiCameo appearance in an item song "Dhoka Dhoka"
Ek Doosrey Ke Liye-Marathi
Welcome ZindagiMeeraMarathi
Katyar Kaljat GhusaliZareenaMarathi
2016One Way TicketShivaniMarathi
Baaki ItihaasVasanthiHindi
Bus StopSharayuMarathi
Satyameva JayateSarita RathodHindi
Ani...Dr. Kashinath GhanekarSandhya Shantaram / ChandrakalaMarathi
2019RampaatHerselfMarathiCameo appearance in the song "Aaichaan Ra"
2020Choricha MamlaShraddhaMarathi
MalangTeresa RodriguesHindi
2021Well Done BabyMeeraMarathi
ChandramukhiChandramukhi "Chandra" Umajirao JhunarkarMarathi
Har Har MahadevSonabai DeshpandeMarathi


2004India's Best Cinestars Ki KhojContestantHindi3rd place
Time Bomb 9/11AnuHindi
2007Eka Peksha EkContestantMarathi1st runner-Up
2009–2010Maharashtracha Superstar – Season 1HostMarathi
2012Dance Maharashtra Dance – Season 1Marathi
2013Maharashtracha Dancing SuperstarJudgeMarathi
2015Nach Baliye 7ContestantHindiWinner
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8HerselfHindiGuest
201624Antara Mane-ShindeHindiSeason 2
Comedy Nights Bachao TaazaHerselfHindiGuest
20172 MADJudgeMarathi
Dance India Dance 6HostHindi
2018Super Dancer MaharashtraJudgeMarathi
Sur Nava Dhyas NavaHerselfMarathiGuest
Famously Filmfare MarathiHostMarathi
2020Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10ContestantHindi8th place
2022Bus Bai Bas Ladies SpecialHerselfMarathiGuest
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10ContestantHindi9th place

Web series

2018DamagedLovina BirdieHindiSeason 1

Music videos

2009Aye Hip HopperIshq BectorHindi
2013Aao Morey PiyaAbhijeet SawantHindifrom album "Farida"


YearAwardCategoryNominated WorkResult
2009Stardust AwardsExciting New FacePhoonkNominated
2010Maharashtracha Favourite Kon?Favourite ActressGaiirNominated
2013CineRockom International Film FestivalBest ActressAayna Ka BaynaWon
2014Maharashtracha Favourite Kon?Most Popular Face of the Year-Won
2015Maharashtracha Favourite Kon?Most Popular Face of the Year-Nominated
201653rd Maharashtra State Film AwardsBest Supporting ActressKatyar Kaljat GhusaliNominated
Filmfare Awards MarathiBest Supporting ActressNominated
Zee Chitra Gaurav PuraskarBest Supporting ActressNominated
Natural Performer Of The YearWon
Maharashtracha Favourite Kon?Most Popular Face of the YearNominated
Favourite ActressNominated
2017Lokmat Maharashtra's Most StylishMaharashtra's Most Stylish – Reader's Choice-Won
Maharashtracha Favourite Kon?Most Popular Face of the Year-Nominated
2018Majha Sanman PuraskarActress for Contribution in Art-Won
2019IWMBuzz Digital AwardsBest Performer in a Negative Role (Female)DamagedWon
Lokmat Stylish AwardsActress for Contribution to Regional Cinema-Won
2020Zee Talkies Comedy AwardsBest ActressChoricha MamlaWon
2021Majja Digital Awards FilmOutstanding Actor in a Lead Role (Female)Nominated
City Cine Awards MarathiBest Actor – FemaleNominated
Maharashtracha Favourite Kon? Suvarnadashak SohalaMost Popular Face of the DecadeZhakaasNominated
Favourite Actress of the Decade-Nominated
2022Pune Times Mirror Hall of Fame AwardContribution in the field of Cinema and Entertainment-Won
Fakt Marathi Cine SanmanBest Actress in a Lead RoleChandramukhiWon
Pravah Picture AwardsBest ActressNominated
Best Supporting ActressPondicherryNominated
2023Maharashtracha Favourite Kon?Favourite Supporting ActressHar Har MahadevNominated
Favourite Popular Face Of The Year-Nominated
Favourite ActressChandramukhiWon
Lokmat Sakhi AwardsBest Actor FilmsWon
MATA SanmanBest ActressNominated
Zee Chitra Gaurav PuraskarBest ActressNominated
Maharashtra Gaurav SanmanBest ActressWon
Filmfare Marathi AwardsBest ActressNominated
Best Supporting ActressPondicherryNominated
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 163 cm
in meters- 1.63 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 4”
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
DebutTV: India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj (2004)
Film, Marathi: Golmaal (2004)
Film, Hindi: Mumbai Salsa (2007)
Personal Life
Date of Birth23 November 1984 (Friday)
Age (as in 2022)38 Years
BirthplacePune, Maharashtra
Zodiac signSagittarius
HometownPune, Maharashtra
SchoolAshok Academy, Mumbai
College/UniversitySt. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
Educational QualificationGraduation in Commerce and Economics
HobbiesDancing and Travelling
TattooA tattoo of her own name and her sister’s name on her wrist
Amruta Khanvilkar's Tattoo
ControversyIn 2015, Amruta and Himmanshoo won ‘Nach Baliye 6,’ but they were criticised for winning the show by unfair means. Reportedly, they violated the rules and urged their fans to vote for them a day before their final performance was telecasted on TV. [2]International Business Times
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Marriage Date24 January 2015 (Saturday)
Husband/SpouseHimmanshoo Malhotra
ParentsFather- Raju Khanvilkar
Mother- Gauri Khanvilkar
SiblingsSister- Aditi Khanvilkar (Younger)

Some Lesser Known Facts About Amruta Khanvilkar

  • Amruta Khanvilkar is a well-known Indian television and film actress.
  • She met the Indian TV actor, Himmanshoo Malhotra in the Zee TV’s talent hunt show, ‘India’s Best Cinestars Ki Khoj’ (2004), in which they both participated as contestants. Soon, they became friends and dated for almost 10 years before getting married to each other.
  • She acted in the TV serials like, ‘Ada’ and ‘Time Bomb 9/11′ in 2005.
  • She has acted in many Marathi films, including ‘Zhakaas’ (2011), ‘Satrangi Re’ (2012), ‘Welcome Zindagi’ (2015), ‘Ani Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar’ (2018), and ‘Choricha Mamla’ (2020).
  • She has appeared in various Bollywood films as a supporting actress. Some of her Bollywood films are ‘Himmatwala’ (2013), ‘Raazi’ (2018), and ‘Malang’ (2020).
  • In 2015, she participated in the TV dance reality show, ‘Nach Baliye 7.’ Amruta and her husband, Himmanshoo Malhotra won the title.
  • She appeared in the TV shows, like ‘24’ and ‘Comedy Nights Bachao’ in 2016.
  • In 2017, she hosted the popular TV dance reality show, ‘Dance India Dance 6.’
  • She has participated as a contestant in the TV reality shows, like ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ (2015) and ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi 10’ (2020).
  • She judged the TV shows like ‘2 MAD’ (2017), ‘Super Dancer Maharashtra’ (2018), and ‘Sur Nava Dhyas Nava’ (2018).
  • She has walked the ramp for the ace fashion designers in India.
  • She has featured on the cover of the renowned magazines.
  • She has won many awards for various TV serials and films.
  • The television actor, Naman Shaw is her rakhi brother.

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