Aahana Kumra 2017
Aahana Kumra is an Indian feature film, television, and theatre actress. Kumra is known for her small screen debut in Sony Entertainment Television's Yudh with Amitabh Bachchan and also her lead role in the TV series Agent Raghav - Crime Branch with Sharad Kelkar, followed by leading roles in a number of feature films.
Aahana Kumra, born and brought up in Lucknow, had an inclination towards acting since childhood when she began theatre roles. She is a graduate from Whistling Woods International School of Acting and started her career with advertisements and short films, appearing in advertisements for Garnier Fairness Cream, ICICI Bank, KFC, Reliance Internet and others. In 2013, Kumra was cast in the television series Yudh - a 20-episode show starring Amitabh Bachchan in which Kumra plays the pivotal role of Bachchan's daughter. Later, she starred in Agent Raghav - Crime Branch, a biweekly television crime thriller show, as the female lead Agent Trisha Dewan opposite Sharad Kelkar. Kumra won Best Actress Award at the Third Moida International Awards for her short film Siberia. She made her Hindi feature film debut in Sona Spa in 2013, and her Tulu feature film debut in 2015 in Kudla Cafe. She hosted the Prokabbadi 2016 series.  In 2017, Kumra had a leading role in the black comedy film Lipstick Under My Burkha as Leela. The following year she portrayed the role of Priyanka Gandhi in the political biography film The Accidental Prime Minister.
|2009||Bollywood Hero||Clapper Girl||TV Series|
|2010||Cardboard Thoughts||Short Film|
|2013||Sona Spa||Ritu||Feature Film |
|2014||Yudh||Taruni Sikarwar||TV Series|
|2015||Kudla Cafe||Tulu Feature Film |
|2015||Dreaming Awake||Esha||Short Film|
|2015||Agent Raghav||Agent Trisha Dewan||TV Series|
|2015||Ek Tha Main||Short Film|
|2016||The Blueberry Hunt||Jaya||Feature Film|
|2016||Queen of Hearts||Lead Role||Short Film|
|2017||Lipstick Under My Burkha||Leela||Feature Film |
|2016||Pro Kabaddi||Host||Star Sports|
|2019||The Accidental Prime Minister||Priyanka Gandhi||Feature Film |
|2016||Official Chukyagiri||Rati||YouTube|| |
|2017||Inside Edge||Shahana Vasishtha||Amazon Prime|| |
|2017||It Happened In Hong Kong||Aahana||Viu||  |
|2018||Rangbaaz||Babita Sharma||ZEE5||  |
|2019||Bombers||Sanjana||ZEE5||  |
Awards and nominations
|2018||Lipstick Under My Burkha||Star Screen Awards||Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Female||Nominated|
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- "It Happened In Hong Kong review: This Amol Parashar and Aahana Kumra web series is ideal for those short breaks at work". The Indian Express. 10 April 2018. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
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- Baddhan, Raj (29 October 2018). "Aahana Kumra joins cast of ZEE5's 'Rangbaaz'". BizAsia | Media, Entertainment, Showbiz, Events and Music. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
- "Ranvir Shorey and Aahana Kumra join Saqib Saleem on ZEE5's 'Rangbaaz'". DNA India. 30 October 2018. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
- "ZEE5's Upcoming Original, Rangbaaz Introduces Aahana Kumra As Babita". Urban Asian. 13 December 2018. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
- "ZEE5 globally debut its first Sports Drama 'Bombers and its first Stand Up Comedy Series 'Comedy Shots' this June". DNA India. 11 June 2019. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
- Ghosh, Devarsi. "Web series 'Bombers' explores the story of a Bengali football team fighting death and oblivion". Scroll.in. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
- "ZEE5 Original Bombers Review: It Could Be A Lot More Than This". The Digital Hash. 24 June 2019. Retrieved 8 July 2019.