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Rajeshwari Sachdev at Sandesh Mayekar's daughter's sangeet
|Born||Raj Kaur Sachdev
April 14, 1975
|Spouse(s)||Varun Badola (2004–present)|
|Awards||1997 National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress: Sardari Begum|
Rajeshwari Sachdev is a Hindi film actress and singer(hulle hullare fame), who is most known for her role in Shyam Benegal's film Sardari Begum (1996), for which she won the 1997 National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Early life and education
Rajeshwari was born on 14 April 1975 in Mumbai to a Punjabi father and a mother from Southern India.
After completing her graduation from Guru Nanak Khalsa College (King's Circle) in Mumbai, she started her career on stage doing plays with Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA).She married Varun Badola on 25 November 2004.
She made her film debut with Marathi film 'Aayatya Gharat Gharoba' (1991) directed by Sachin.
Her second film was Shyam Benegal's Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda (1992). She then became a regular in his films, and was cast in Mammo (1994), Sardari Begum (1996), Samar (1999), Hari-Bhari (2000), Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (2005) and Welcome to Sajjanpur (2008). She also appeared in the Hollywood film Little Buddha (1993) and later in Tales of Kamasutra: The Perfumed Garden (1998). She also worked in Samvidhaan (TV Series) show, directed by Shyam Benegal.
|2015||Balika Vadhu||Mangla Devi|
|2009||7 Days in Slow Motion||Mrs. Suri||Indian English film|
|2008||Welcome to Sajjanpur||Shobharani|
|2008||Bombay to Bangkok||Dr. Rati|
|2005||Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero||Capt. Lakshmi Sahgal|
|2004||Mitter Pyare Nu Haal Mureedan Da Kehna||Preet||Punjabi film|
|2003||The Perfect Husband|
|2001||Meri Pyaari Bahania Banegi Dulhania|
|2000||Tales of The Kama Sutra : The Perfumed Garden||Lochani/Loni|
|1997||Tunnu Ki Tina||Tina|
|1993||Little Buddha||Yasodhara||English film|
|1993||Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda||Jamuna|
|1991||Aayatya Gharat Gharoba||Kaanan||Marathi film|