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A photograph of Koirala smiling at the camera during promotions for her film Bhoot Returns
Koirala during a promotion for Bhoot Returns (2012)

Manisha Koirala is a Nepali actress known for her work in Bollywood films.[1] Koirala's acting debut was in the Nepali film Pheri Bhetaula (1989).[2] Two years later, she made her Bollywood debut in Subhash Ghai's Saudagar, which was a commercial success.[3][4] However, she followed this by appearing in a series of films which performed poorly at the box office, including First Love Letter (1991), Anmol (1993), and Dhanwan (1993).[3] Koirala's career had a turnaround when she starred as the daughter of a freedom fighter in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's 1942: A Love Story (1994).[3][5][6][7] Her performance was critically acclaimed and she earned a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[3][5][8] The following year, Koirala received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress, and the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil for playing a Muslim married to a Hindu during the 1992–1993 Bombay riots in the Mani Ratnam-directed Tamil drama Bombay (1995).[3][8][9][10]

For playing the daughter of a mute and deaf couple in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Khamoshi: The Musical (1996), Koirala garnered a second consecutive Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.[3][9][11] She followed this with leading roles in Agni Sakshi (1996) and Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997), which were among the highest-grossing Indian films of their respective years.[12][13] She played a terrorist opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Dil Se.. (1998), the first Indian film to reach the top ten in the United Kingdom box office.[14] However, Koirala's roles in films which performed poorly at the box office, such as Dil Ke Jharokhe Mein (1997), and Achanak (1998), led to a decline in her film career.[3][11] She made her television debut in 2000 as the co-host of the game show Sawaal Dus Crore Ka with Anupam Kher. The show's poor ratings led to both Kher and Koirala being fired.[15] For her role as a gangster's girlfriend in Ram Gopal Varma's 2002 crime drama Company, she received her third Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.[16][17][a] Koirala also appeared in the controversial film Ek Chhotisi Love Story in which she played a woman secretly spied upon by a teenage voyeur.[18] The following year, her portrayal of Bengali writer Sushmita Banerjee in the drama Escape from Taliban garnered her the Bengal Film Journalists' Association Award for Best Actress (Hindi).[19][20][21]

Koirala's career continued to decline during mid 2000s, as she appeared in less mainstream films.[22] In 2004, she made her debut as a producer with the film Paisa Vasool,[23] which performed poorly at the box office.[24] The following year, she portrayed Mughal princess Jahan Ara in the historical drama Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story.[25] In 2008, Koirala starred in Rituparno Ghosh's Khela, where she played a woman in a troubled marriage.[26] Two years later, she appeared as an adulterous wife in the Malayalam drama Elektra.[27] The following year, she played a Kashmiri Muslim attempting to restore a childhood friendship in Onir's anthology film I Am (2011).[28] In 2012, she appeared in Ram Gopal Varma's horror sequel Bhoot Returns as the mother of a possessed daughter.[29] Later that year, she took a break from acting after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After six months of treatment, Koirala recovered from the condition.[30][31] Three years later, she returned to acting with the psychological thriller Chehere: A Modern Day Classic (2015).[32]

Film

Year Title Role(s) Director(s) Language(s) Notes Ref(s)
1989 Pheri Bhetaula Unknown Phurpa Chhiring Gurung Nepali [2]
[33]
1991 Saudagar Radha Subhash Ghai Hindi [2]
[34]
1991 First Love Letter Radha Singh Shiva Hindi [35]
1992 Yalgaar Meghna Kumar Feroz Khan Hindi [36]
1993 Insaaniyat Ke Devta Nisha K. C. Bokadia Hindi [37]
1993 Anmol Anmol Ketan Desai Hindi [38]
1993 Dhanwan Imli Kasinathuni Viswanath Hindi [39]
1994 Yun Hi Kabhi Pooja Kumar Bhatia Hindi [40]
1994 Milan Priya Mahesh Bhatt Hindi [41]
1994 1942: A Love Story Rajeshwari Pathak Vidhu Vinod Chopra Hindi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [42]
1994 Criminal Swetha Mahesh Bhatt Telugu [43]
1994 Sangdil Sanam Sanam Shomu Mukherjee Hindi [44]
1995 Criminal Swetha Mahesh Bhatt Hindi [45]
1995 Bombay Shaila Banu Mani Ratnam Tamil Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Filmfare Award for Best Actress (Tamil)
[3]
[8]
1995 Anokha Andaz Reema Lawrence D'Souza Hindi [46]
1995 Guddu Salina Gupta Prem Lalwani Hindi [47]
1995 Ram Shastra Anjali Sinha Sanjay Gupta Hindi [48]
1995 Akele Hum Akele Tum Kiran Kumar Mansoor Khan Hindi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [49]
[50]
1995 Dushmani: A Violent Love Story Sapna Oberoi Bunty Soorma Hindi [51]
1996 Agni Sakshi Shubhangi/Madhu[b] Partho Ghosh Hindi [52]
1996 Majhdhaar Radha Rai Esmayeel Shroff Hindi [55]
1996 Indian Aishwarya S. Shankar Tamil [56]
[57]
[58]
1996 Khamoshi: The Musical Annie Sanjay Leela Bhansali Hindi Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
[59]
[9]
1997 Sanam Sanam Aziz Sejawal Hindi [60]
1997 Gupt: The Hidden Truth Sheetal Choudhry Rajiv Rai Hindi [61]
1997 Dil Ke Jharokhe Mein Suman Ashim Bhattcharya Hindi [62]
1998 Yugpurush Sunita Partho Ghosh Hindi [63]
1998 Salaakhen Item number Guddu Dhanao Hindi [64]
[65]
1998 Achanak Pooja Naresh Malhotra Hindi [66]
1998 Dil Se.. Meghna Mani Ratnam Hindi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [67]
1998 Maharaja Shaili Mathur Anil Sharma Hindi [68]
[69]
1999 Kachche Dhaage Rukhsana Milan Luthria Hindi [70]
[71]
1999 Lal Baadshah Kiran K. C. Bokadia Hindi [72]
1999 Laawaris Anshu Mehra Shrikant Sharma Hindi [73]
1999 Jai Hind Sheetal Manoj Kumar Hindi [74]
1999 Mudhalvan Thenmozhi S. Shankar Tamil [75]
[76]
1999 Kartoos Manpreet "Mini" Kaur Mahesh Bhatt Hindi [77]
1999 Mann Priya Verma Indra Kumar Hindi [78]
1999 Hindustan Ki Kasam Roshanaara Veeru Devgan Hindi [79]
2000 Khauff Neha Sanjay Gupta Hindi [80]
2000 Baaghi Rani Rajesh Kumar Singh Hindi [81]
[82]
2000 Raja Ko Rani Se Pyar Ho Gaya Manisha T. K. Rajeev Kumar Hindi [83]
2000 Champion Sapna Khanna Padam Kumar Hindi [84]
[85]
2001 Grahan Parvati Shastri Shashilal K. Nair Hindi [86]
2001 Chhupa Rustam: A Musical Thriller Nisha Aziz Sejawal Hindi [87]
2001 Lajja Vaidehi Rajkumar Santoshi Hindi [88]
2001 Aalavandhan Sharmilee Suresh Krissna Tamil / Hindi Hindi version titled Abhay [89][90]
[91]
2001 Moksha Ritika Sanyal Ashok Mehta Hindi [92]
2002 Company Saroja Ram Gopal Varma Hindi Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress [16]
[17]
2002 Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani Vasundhara
Divya
Rajkumar Kohli Hindi [93]
2002 Ek Chotisi Love Story The Woman Shashilal K. Nair Hindi [94]
2002 Baba Chamundeswari Suresh Krissna Tamil [95]
2003 Escape from Taliban Sushmita Bannerjee/Sayed Kamal[b] Ujjal Chattopadhyaya Hindi [53]
2003 Calcutta Mail Sanjana Sudhir Mishra Hindi [96]
2003 Market Muskaan Bano Jai Prakash Hindi [97]
[98]
2004 Paisa Vasool Maria Srinivas Bhashyam Hindi Also producer [23]
2004 Tum – A Dangerous Obsession Kamini Aruna Raje Hindi [99]
2005 Chaahat – Ek Nasha Mallika Arora Jai Prakash Hindi [100]
2005 Mumbai Xpress Ahalya Singeetham Srinivasa Rao Tamil / Hindi [101][102]
2005 Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story Jahan Ara Akbar Khan Hindi [103]
[104]
2005 Anjaane – The Unknown Shivani Harry W. Fernandes Hindi [105]
2006 Darwaza Bandh Rakho Julie J. D. Chakravarthy Hindi [106]
2007 Anwar Anita Manish Jha Hindi [107]
2008 Tulsi Tulsi Ajay Kumar Hindi [108]
[109]
2008 Nagaram Item number C. C. Srinivas Telugu [110]
[111]
2008 Sirf....Life Looks Greener on the Other Side Devika Rajaatesh Nayar Hindi [112]
2008 Mehbooba Varsha/Payal[b] Tabrez Hashmi
Afzal Khan
Hindi [54]
2008 Khela Sheela Rituparno Ghosh Bengali [26]
2009 Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish Juhi Deepti Naval Hindi [113]
2010 Ek Second... Jo Zindagi Badal De? Rashi Partho Ghosh Hindi [114]
2010 Dharmaa Gauri Dipendra K. Khanal Nepali [115]
2010 Elektra Diana Shyamaprasad Malayalam [116]
2011 Mappillai Rajeswari Suraj Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (Tamil) [117]
2010 I Am Rubaina Onir Hindi [118]
2012 Bhoot Returns Namrata Ram Gopal Varma Hindi [119]
2015 Chehere: A Modern Day Classic Tarana Rohit Kaushik Hindi [120]
2016 Game Maya A. M. R. Ramesh Kannada / Tamil Tamil version titled Oru Melliya Kodu [121]
[122][123]
2016 Edavappathy Sumithra/Mathangi[c] Lenin Rajendran Malayalam [124]
2017 Dear Maya Maya Devi Sunaina Bhatnagar Hindi [125]
2018 Lust Stories Reena Dibakar Banerjee Hindi Anthology film [126]
2018 Sanju Nargis Rajkumar Hirani Hindi [127]
2019 Prassthanam Sukmini Pratap Singh Deva Katta Hindi [128]
2020 Maska Diana Irani Neeraj Udhwani Hindi [129]
2020Films that have not yet been released 99 Songs TBA Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy Hindi Post-production [130]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2000 Sawaal Dus Crore Ka Co-host [15]
2003 Larger Than Life Herself Documentary [131]
2015 Femina Miss India 2015 Judge [132]

Notes

  1. ^ Koirala was tied in this category with Rani Mukherji for Saathiya.[17]
  2. ^ a b c Koirala played a character with two names in this film.[52][53][54]
  3. ^ Koirala played two different characters in this film.[124]

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