Mona Ambegaonkar

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Mona Ambegaonkar
Evening-Shadows Mona-Ambegaonkar.jpg
Mona Ambegaonkar in the film Evening Shadows
Born (1970-03-05) 5 March 1970 (age 49)
NationalityIndian
OccupationActress
Children1

Mona Ambegaonkar (born 5 March 1970) is an Indian film and television actress.[1] She has featured in over 15 plays, 18 feature films, 38 TV projects, 37 advertising campaigns. She had a minor role in film Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa and medical drama Dhadkan (TV series) as Dr. Chitra.[1]

Mona Ambegaonkar plays the lead in the 2018 Hindi feature film Evening Shadows directed by Sridhar Rangayan and produced by Solaris Pictures.[2]
She plays the role of Vasudha, a South Indian woman who is confronted by the truth of her son Kartik (Devansh Doshi) being gay. Being from a traditional society and bound within a patriarchal family, she finds it very difficult to accept her son's sexuality. She also is scared that her strict husband Damodar (played by eminent actor Ananth Narayan Mahadevan) will find out about the truth.[3]
She won the award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role at Out At The Movies, Winston-Salem for her role in the film Evening Shadows.

Television[edit]

Filmography[edit]

2018 Evening Shadows Vasudha
2017 Secret Superstar Advocate Sheena
2016 Dishoom Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister of India
2015 Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Supriya's mother
2014 Super Nani
2014 Mardaani Meenu Rastogi, Karan's mother
2012 Cheeka, the crier
2008 Hijack Simone
2007 Buddha Mar Gaya
2007 Gandhi, My Father
2005 Mangal Pandey: The Rising
2004 White Noise
2004 I - Proud to be an Indian I's sister-in-law
2003 Yeh Hai Chakkad Bakkad Bumbe Bo
2003 Raja Dil Ka Ghulam Cameo appearance
2003 Bakra
Shafaq
2000 Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani Shalini
2000 Dead End (TV movie)
1999 Bindhaast
1998 Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa
1997 Mrityudand
Chirantan
Bonnie
1995 Kala Sach
1991 Baharon Ke Manzil
1990 Zakhmi Zameen

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mona darling!
  2. ^ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6028796/fullcredits
  3. ^ "Indian Gay Film 'Evening Shadows' premieres at Mardi Gras Film Festival". Biz Asia Live.
  4. ^ "Spotless and... unreal". The Hindu. Retrieved 7 July 2016.

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