Konkana Sen Sharma is one of the leading actresses of contemporary parallel cinema. She has acted in some epic workd of modern times like Page 3, Life In A Metro etc.
Personal Profile (Personal Biography)
Date of Birth (Birthday):
3 December, 1979
New Delhi, India
Mukul Sharma and Kalyan Ray (stepfather)
Jeans & Top
Fish or Prawns with fried Rice
Film Background (Filmography)
Indira (child artist)
Wake Up Sid, Life in a Metro, Page 3, Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge, Omkara, Traffic Signal, Traffic Signal, Laaga Chunari Mein Daag, Luck by Chance,
English Language Movies:
Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, 15 Park Avenue, How Can It Be?, The President Is Coming
Ek Je Aachhe Kanya, Titli, Naamkoron, Dosar, Sunglass, Iti Mrinalini
The Blue Mug
Interesting Facts About Konkana
- Konkana Sen Sharma was ranked 11th on Rediff's "Top Bollywood Female Stars" in 2005.
- She was ranked 9th on Rediff's "Top Bollywood Female Stars" in 2006.
- She has made three appearances on Karan Johar's talk show Koffee with Karan (2004,2007,2007).
- Konkana Sen Sharma hosted a programme called My Brilliant Brain, which aired on National Geographic Channel.
- Schooling at Modern High School for Girls and Calcutta International School.
- Graduate degree in English from St Stephen's College, New Delhi.
- National Film Award for Best Actress (Mr and Mrs Iyer) in 2003.
- National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress (Omkara) in 2007.
- Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award (Omkara) in 2007.
- Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award (Life in a... Metro) in 2008.
- Zee Cine Award Best Female Debut (Page 3) in 2006.
- Zee Cine Award Best Actor in a Supporting Role- Female (Omkara) in 2007.
- IIFA Best Supporting Actress Award (Life in a... Metro) in 2008.
- AIFA Award for Special Recognition Award (15, Park Avenue) in 2007.
- AIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress (Life in a... Metro) in 2008.
- Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards for Best Actress (Ek Je Aachhe Kanya) in 2002.
- Anandalok Award for Critics Choice (Mr and Mrs Iyer) in 2003.
- Kalakar Award for Best Actress (Page 3) in 2005.
- Bengal Film Journalists' Association Award for Most Outstanding Performance of the Year (15, Park Avenue) in 2007.
- Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council (MIAAC) Film Festival Award for Best Actress (Dosar) in 2007.