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Kriti Sanon
Kriti Sanon snapped promoting 'Arjun Patiala' on sets of 'Dance India Dance' (3) (cropped).jpg
Sanon in 2019
Born (1990-07-27) 27 July 1990 (age 31)
New Delhi, India
Alma materJaypee Institute of Information Technology
OccupationActress
Years active2014–present

Kriti Sanon (born 27 July 1990) is an Indian actress who appears predominantly in Hindi films. She made her acting debut with the Telugu psychological thriller 1: Nenokkadine in 2014. Sanon won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for her performance in the action film Heropanti (2014), which marked her first project in Hindi cinema.[1]

Sanon has since starred in the commercially successful romantic comedies Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017) and Luka Chuppi (2019), and her highest-grossing releases came with the ensemble comedies Dilwale (2015) and Housefull 4 (2019). In 2021, she received praise for playing the titular role of a surrogate mother in Mimi.

Sanon appeared in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list of 2019.[2] She has also launched her own line of clothing and endorses several brands and products.

Early life and background

Sanon was born on 27 July 1990[3] in New Delhi to Rahul Sanon, a chartered accountant and Geeta Sanon, a physics professor at the University of Delhi.[4][5] Her family is Punjabi.[6] She attended Delhi Public School, RK Puram and later secured Bachelor of Technology degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida.[7][8] She worked as a model for a while before becoming an actress.[9] Her sister, Nupur Sanon has also acted in Hindi and Telugu films.[10]

Career

Early work (2014–2020)

Sanon at an event for Heropanti in 2014

Sanon made her acting debut in 2014 with Sukumar's Telugu psychological thriller 1: Nenokkadine as the love interest of star Mahesh Babu's character.[11][12][13] The film received mixed reviews from critics.[14][15] A reviewer for The Times of India wrote that Sanon "looks pretty" and "acts well".[16] while a reviewer for Sify.com stated that she "looks gorgeous" and considered her performance to be "okay" for a newcomer.[17] In the same year, Sanon made her Hindi cinema debut in Sabbir Khan's action film Heropanti opposite newcomer Tiger Shroff.[18][19][20] Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the film had a mixed reception, but was a box office success earning 726 million (US$9.5 million) worldwide.[21] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama wrote that she "looks gorgeous and handles her part with certainty and confidence" and that she "has the trappings of a star",[22] Conversely, Srijana Das of The Times of India criticised her emoting, calling it "more cheesy than sharp".[23] For Heropanti, Sanon won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.[24]

Sanon began 2015 by featuring in her second Telugu film, Sudheer Varma's crime drama Dohchay, co-starring Naga Chaitanya. She was next cast in Rohit Shetty's action comedy Dilwale with Varun Dhawan, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol which broke several box office records to become one of the highest-grossing Indian films of all time, grossing more than 3.72 billion (US$49 million) worldwide.[25][26] Anupama Chopra disliked the film and wrote that Sanon and Dhawan "work as bait, meant to bring in the critical youth segment".[27]

After a yearlong absence from the screen, Sanon teamed up with Maddock Films, for their first of many collaborations, in his directorial debut Raabta, which featured her and Sushant Singh Rajput as star-crossed lovers who are reborn.[28] In a scathing review, Sukanya Verma of Rediff.com labelled the film "embarrassingly daft" but took note of Sanon's "statuesque, spirited presence".[29] The film failed both critically and commercially.[30] Sanon's subsequent role as a headstrong rural Indian woman who aspires to a better life in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari's romantic comedy Bareilly Ki Barfi was better received. Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao starred opposite her in the film, which was an adaptation of French writer Nicholas Barreau's novel The Ingredients of Love.[31] Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV noted that "the burden of making Bareilly Ki Barfi work rests upon Kriti Sanon and she doesn't put a foot wrong", but Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express thought that despite Sanon's effort, her performance lacked naturalism.[32]

Sanon with Kartik Aaryan promoting Luka Chuppi in 2019

Sanon teamed up with Maddock Films on two films in 2019, the first of which was cinematographer Laxman Utekar's Hindi directorial debut Luka Chuppi, a satire on live-in relationships, which paired her opposite Kartik Aaryan.[33] Devesh Sharma of Filmfare wrote, "Sanon is spontaneous throughout and seems to be finding her feet in comedy, having a gala time of it all in the process."[34] A commercial success, Luka Chuppi grossed 1.29 billion (US$17 million) worldwide.[35][36] She next starred in Rohit Jugraj's comedy Arjun Patiala, starring Diljit Dosanjh as the titular character, which saw her play the role of a journalist who serves as the protagonist's love interest; it was a box office bomb.[37] In the reincarnation comedy Housefull 4, the fourth installment of the Housefull franchise, she played dual roles of a princess and the daughter of a rich businessman, opposite Akshay Kumar. Housefull 4 was a major success, earning over 2.8 billion (US$37 million).[38][39][40][41] For her final appearance that year, she portrayed Parvatibai opposite Arjun Kapoor's Sadashivrao Bhau in Ashutosh Gowariker's period drama Panipat, based on the Third Battle of Panipat, which emerged as a box-office bomb.[42]

Mimi and beyond (2021–present)

Sanon reunited with Laxman Utekar in the comedy-drama Mimi (2021), again produced by Maddock Films, which proved to be a turning point in her career.[43] A remake of the 2011 Marathi film Mala Aai Vhhaychy!, it starred her in the titular role of an aspiring actress who becomes a surrogate mother.[44] The film was released digitally on Netflix and JioCinema. Taran Adarsh wrote, “Sanon delivers a very entertaining performance. This is surely her most accomplished performance and is sure to get appreciation from all quarters.”[45] Mashable India called Sanon's performance her career-best saying, "Sanon has outdone herself. In fact, as you see her shoulder the film with her craft, you will also see her deliver her career best performance; Mimi is Sanon’s labour of love all the way".[46] For her performance in Mimi, Sanon won the IIFA Award for Best Actress.[47]

Her next release was Abhishek Jain's comedy Hum Do Hamare Do opposite Rajkummar Rao, also produced by Maddock Films, which premiered on Disney+ Hotstar.[48] Sanon's first release in 2022 came with Bachchhan Paandey, which marked her second collaboration with Akshay Kumar.[49] The film was a box office bomb, grossing only 69 crore (US$9.1 million) against a budget of 180 crore (US$24 million).[50]

Sanon will reunite with Tiger Shroff in Vikas Bahl's action film Ganapath and Varun Dhawan in the horror comedy Bhediya.[51][52] She will play Sita in Om Raut's film Adipurush (2023), co-starring Prabhas and Saif Ali Khan.[53] She will also reteam with Kartik Aaryan in Shehzada, a remake of Telugu-language film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.[54] She will also star in Anurag Kashyap's Hindi film adaptation of Kill Bill.[55]

Public image

Sanon in 2017

Sanon is a celebrity endorser for several brands and products.[56] These include Titan Watches' Raga Collection, Parachute, UrbanClap,[57] among others.[58][59] In 2014, Sanon launched Tissot's Quickster Football watch in multiple cities in India.[60][61] In 2019, Sanon appeared in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list, ranking 38th with an estimated annual income of 80.9 million (US$1.1 million).[62]

In 2016, Sanon launched her own clothing line, named Ms. Taken.[63] She performed in the opening ceremony of 2017 Indian Premier League.[64][65]

Filmography

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
  • All films are in Hindi unless otherwise noted.
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
2014 1: Nenokkadine Sameera Telugu film
Heropanti Dimpy Chaudhary
2015 Dohchay Meera Telugu film
Dilwale Ishita Malik
2017 Raabta Saira Singh / Saiba Qazi Dual role
Bareilly Ki Barfi Bitti Mishra
2018 Stree Unnamed Special appearance in song "Aao Kabhi Haveli Pe" [66]
2019 Luka Chuppi Rashmi Trivedi
Kalank Unnamed Special appearance in song "Aira Gaira" [67]
Arjun Patiala Ritu Randhawa
Housefull 4 Rajkumari Madhu / Kriti Thakral Dual role
Panipat Parvati Bai
Pati Patni Aur Woh Neha Khanna Special appearance [68]
2021 Mimi Mimi Rathore [69]
Hum Do Hamare Do Aanya Mehra [48][70]
2022 Bachchhan Paandey Myra Devekar [71]
Heropanti 2 Unnamed Special appearance in song "Whistle Baja 2.0" [72]
Shehzada dagger TBA Filming [73]
Bhediya dagger Aanika Completed [74]
Ganapath dagger Jassi Filming [75]
2023 Adipurush dagger Janaki Completed; Telugu and Hindi film [53][76]

Music videos

Year Title Singer(s) Composer Ref.
2015 "Chal Wahan Jaate Hain" Arijit Singh Amaal Mallik [77]
2017 "Paas Aao" Armaan Malik, Prakriti Kakar [78]
2020 "Kudi Nu Nachne De" Vishal Dadlani, Sachin–Jigar Sachin–Jigar [79]
2020 "Muskurayega India" Vishal Mishra Vishal Mishra [80]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Film Result Ref.
2015 South Indian International Movie Awards Best Debut Actress (Telugu) 1: Nenokkadine Nominated [citation needed]
Stardust Awards Superstar of Tomorrow (Female) Heropanti Nominated [81]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor (Female) Won [citation needed]
Screen Awards Best Female Debut Nominated [82]
Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut Won [24]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Star Debut of the Year (Female) Won [83]
2018 Zee Cine Awards Best Actor Female Bareilly Ki Barfi Nominated [84]
Screen Awards Best Actress Nominated
Nothing to Hide Award N/A Won [85]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Style Icon N/A Won [86]
2020 Zee Cine Awards Best Actor Female Luka Chuppi Nominated [87]
2022 International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actress Mimi Won [47]

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