Singh in 2011
|Born||20 July 1980|
New Delhi, India
Born in Delhi, India, Singh began her career touring with the dance group "The Planets". Her first acting role was in the television soap, Amanat. She then went on to star opposite Aamir Khan in Ashutosh Gowariker's epic sports-drama Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, where she played a village belle. She was nominated in this role for the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut, and won the Screen Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female.
Post Lagaan, Singh appeared in a few successful films in Hindi and Telugu including Munnabhai M.B.B.S. and Santosham. She has also starred in Punjabi films such as Lakh Pardesi Hoye and a Malayalam film Loudspeaker directed by Jayaraj.
|1997–2002||Amanat||Dinky or Amrita||Hindi||TV series for Zee TV|
|1998||Prithviraj Chauhan||Chakori||Hindi||TV series for Doordarshan|
|1999||Hu Tu Tu||Shanti||Hindi|
|Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain||Maya||Hindi||Credited as Gracy|
|2001||Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India||Gauri||Hindi||Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut|
Nominated—IIFA Award for Best Actress
Won—Screen Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Female
Won—IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Female
Won—Zee Cine Award for Best Female Debut
|2002||Santhosham||Padmavathi||Telugu||Dubbed in Hindi as Pehli Nazar Ka Pehla Pyaar|
|Tappu Chesi Pappu Kudu||Radhika Rani||Telugu|
|2003||Armaan||Dr. Neha Mathur||Hindi|
|2004||Munnabhai M.B.B.S.||Dr. Suman "Chinki" Asthana||Hindi|
|Shart: The Challenge||Sonam||Hindi|
|2005||Wajahh: A Reason to Kill||Trishna Bhargava||Hindi|
|Yehi Hai Zindagi||Vasundhara Rao||Hindi|
|2006||The White Land||Sudha Patel||Hindi|
|2007||Lakh Pardesi Hoiye||Neha||Punjabi|
|2008||Dekh Bhai Dekh||Babli Lala||Hindi|
|2009||Vighnaharta Shree Siddhivinayak||Herself||Hindi||Guest appearance|
|2009||Aseema||Prof. Aseema L. Patnayak||Hindi|
|2009||Meghave Meghave||Charmi aka Chandramukhi||Kannada|
|2010||Rama Rama Krishna Krishna||Gauthami||Telugu||Cameo appearance|
|2011||Milta Hai Chance By Chance||Megha||Hindi|
|Sai Ek Prerna||Herself||Hindi||Guest appearance|
|2012||Dangerous Ishq||Maharani Meerabai||Hindi|
|Aappan Pher Milange||Gulaab||Punjabi|
|Qayamat Hi Qayamat||Herself||Hindi||Special appearance in a song|
|Baba Ramsaa Peer||Dalibai||Gujarati|
|2013||Janta V/S Janardan - Bechara Aam Aadmi||Hindi|
|Mahabharat Aur Barbareek||Morvi||Hindi|
|Blue Mountains||Vani Sharma||Hindi|
|2015–2017||Santoshi Maa||Santoshi Maa / Sadhvi Maa||Hindi||TV series for &TV|
- 2002: Won - IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Female - Special Award for Lagaan
- 2002: Won - Screen Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female for Lagaan
- 2002: Won - Zee Cine Award for Best Female Debut for Lagaan
- 2002: Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for Lagaan
- 2002: Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu for Santhosham
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Gracy is actually from Punjab, but born in Delhi on July 20, 1980.
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- Santoshi Maa
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