Pallavi Joshi at Success bash of 'Hate Story'
|Occupation||Actor, model, producer|
In the 1980s & early 90s she acted in art films like Rukmavati ki Haveli, Suraj ka Satvan Ghoda, Trishagni (1988), Vanchit, Bhujangayyana Dashavathara (1991) and Rihaee. She also played supporting character roles as a sister or the heroine's friend in commercial big budget films including Saudagar, Panaah, Tehelka, Mujrim. She was nominated for 'Best Supporting Actress' at the Filmfare Awards for her role as a handicapped girl in Andha Yudh (1988). She also won a Special Jury Award at the 41st National Film Awards for Woh Chokri (1992). She is also the recipient of Excellence In Cinema Award at 7th Global Film Festival Noida.
Her TV appearances include Mr Yogi, Bharat Ek Khoj, Justajoo, Alpviram, Mriganayani, Talash and Imtihaan and her most famous doordarshan serial has been Aarohan,a youth serial based on navy.Justajoo was a weekly serial on Zee TV in 2002,which also starred Harsh Chhaya and Arpita Pandey.
She has also played a lead role in "Rita", a Marathi film directed by Renuka Shahane. She is also a producer of Marathi serials and has produced serials including Asambhav and Anubandh on Zee Marathi.
She has played the role of the central character Shantha in the critically acclaimed Malayalam movie "Ilayum Mullum" directed by K. P. Sasi in 1994 and a pivotal role in the Kannada film Bhujangayyana Dashavathara (1991) enacted and directed by Lokesh.
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