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Full Name  Sarika Thakur
Height  1.61 m
Role  Actress
Name   Sarika Thakur
Occupation  Actress
Ethnicity  Marathi, Rajput

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Born  5 December 1960 (age 56) (1960-12-05) Delhi, India
Spouse  Kamal Haasan (m. 1988–2004)
Children  Shruti Haasan, Akshara Haasan
Awards  National Film Award for Best Actress
Movies and TV shows  Geet Gaata Chal, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Club 60, Yudh, Parzania
Similar People  Akshara Haasan, Shruti Haasan, Vani Ganapathy, Gautami, Kamal Haasan

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Sarika Thakur, better known as Sarika, is an Indian actress.

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Early life

Sarika was born in New Delhi into a family of Marathi and Rajput descent. Her father left away the family when she was very young. From then, she became the head of the family and was forced to work. She did not attend school.

Career

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Sarika started her film career as a child actor at the age of 4, playing the role of a boy, Master Sooraj, during the 1960s in Bollywood. Her most notable and popular appearance as a child artist was in the year 1967 musical superhit Hamraaz where she was seen as the daughter of Vimi named baby/saarika. She appeared in many children's movies. Later She moved on to films with Rajshri Productions Geet Gaata Chal with Sachin, with whom she starred in many Hindi and Marathi films.

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In her acting career, she was often cast as a "westernized girl" in films due to look Non-Indian looks. She gave birth to a baby girl Shruti Hassan in 1986. She gave up her acting career after her marriage to Kamal Haasan and moved to Chennai with him during the peak of her career. After separation, she made a comeback with Hindi films. She played Ipsita Ray Chakraverti in the film Sacred Evil – A True Story which failed at the box office.

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In year 2000, she won the National Film Award for Best Costume Design for the film Hey Ram. Her performance in Parzania in which she plays the role of a Zoroastrian woman who loses her child during the 2002 riots of India, fetched her the National Film Award for Best Actress.

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She has starred as Sheetal Thadani in the movie Bheja Fry (2006), where she played wife of Rajat Kapoor. She also had a small but important role in Manorama Six Feet Under. Her latest movie is Shoebite which has been delayed for production where she stars opposite Amitabh Bachchan.

She made her television debut in Sony TV's Yudh which stars Amitabh Bachchan in the lead role.

Filmography

  • Baar Baar Dekho (2016)
  • Purani Jeans (2014) as Sherry Lawrance
  • David (2013)....
  • Club 60 (2013)....Dr. Sayra
  • Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012) .... Dr. Zoya Ali Khan
  • Shoebite (2012) .... Aditi
  • Society (2010)
  • Kaccha Limbu (2009)
  • Hari Puttar: A Comedy of Terrors (2008) .... Hari Puttar's Mother
  • Y.M.I. Yeh Mera India (2008) .... Sushma Talreja
  • Tahaan (2008) (uncredited) .... Tahaan's Mother
  • Manorama Six Feet Under (2007) .... Manorama
  • Bheja Fry (2007) .... Sheetal R. Thadani
  • Baabul (2006) .... Pushpa Kapoor
  • Sacred Evil (2006) .... Ipsita
  • Kal: Yesterday and Tomorrow (2005) .... Ira Haksar
  • Parzania (2005) .... Shehnaz
  • American Daylight (2004) .... Dolly
  • Raghu Romeo (2003) .... Party guest
  • Punnagai Poove (2003)
  • Aakhri Sanghursh (1997) .... Seeta
  • Santosh (1989) .... Munni/Sarika
  • Ajeeb Itefaq (1989) .... Aparna/Arpana
  • Kharidar (1988)
  • Swati (1986) .... Dancer/Singer
  • Shart .... Ruhi
  • Dilwaala (1986) .... Sapna
  • Mangal Dada (1986)
  • Zinda Laash (1986)
  • Ek Daku Saher Mein (1985) .... Ranjana
  • Ram Tere Kitne Nam (1985) (uncredited) .... Lily (scene from "Devta")
  • Ek Bhool (1985) (TV)
  • Karishmaa (1984) .... Neeta
  • Gangvaa (1984)
  • Ram Tera Desh (1984) .... Lily D'Souza
  • Aasmaan (1984)
  • Akalmand (1984) .... Advocate Shobha
  • Raaj Tilak (1984) .... Gypsy
  • Bade Dil Wala (1983) .... Juhi Sinha/Juhi V. Gupta
  • Nastik (1983) (as Baby Sarika) .... Mala
  • Bagga Daku (1983)
  • Razia Sultan (1983)
  • Vidhaata (1982) .... Neelima
  • Badle Ki Aag (1982) .... Asha
  • Meharbaani (1982)
  • Teesri Aankh (1982) .... Rekha
  • Yeh Vaada Raha (1982) .... Rita Saxena
  • Shriman Shrimati (1982) .... Aruna Gupta
  • Satte Pe Satta (1982) .... Sheela
  • Daulat (1982) .... Sushma
  • Dil Hi Dil Mein (1982) .... Gulabo/Rani
  • Sannata (1981)
  • Dahshat (1981) .... Kiran
  • Kranti (1981) .... Sheetal
  • Nai Imarat (1981)
  • Plot No. 5 (1981)
  • Sharada (1981) .... Anita Kohli
  • Jyoti Bane Jwala (1980) .... Asha
  • Nazrana Pyar Ka (1980) .... Anuradha
  • Pyaara Dushman (1980)
  • Yeh Kaisa Insaf? (1980) .... Sudha
  • Bin Phere Hum Tere (1979) .... Shikha
  • Griha Pravesh (1979) .... Sapna
  • Jaan-E-Bahaar (1979) .... Kuku Rai
  • Jaani Dushman (1979) .... Bindiya
  • Raakhi Ki Saugandh (1979) .... Paro/Tina
  • Til Til Dalekha (1979)
  • Dil Aur Deewaar (1978) .... Laxmi Rai
  • Tik...Tik...Tik .... as Miss India
  • Anpadh (1978) .... Geeta 'Anpadh'
  • Devata (1978) ...... Lily
  • Madhu Malti (1978)
  • Paradh (1977) Marathi Film (Nutan Sachin & Shiram Lagu)
  • Bundal Baaz (1976) (uncredited) .... TV Newsreader
  • Raksha Bandhan (1976) .... Asha
  • Khushboo (1975) .... Kali
  • Geet Gaata Chal (1975) .... Radha
  • Kaagaz Ki Nao (1975)
  • Vandana (1975)
  • Haar Jeet (1972) (as Baby Sarika)
  • Chhoti Bahu (1971) (uncredited) .... Gopi
  • Jawan Muhabat (1971) (as Baby Sarika) .... Rekha Sareen
  • Devi (1970) (as Moppet Suraj) .... Deepak
  • Beti (1969) .... Little Nanda
  • Balak (1969) (as Baby Sarika) .... Deepak 'Deepu'
  • Jyoti (1969)
  • Satyakam (1969) (as Baby Sarika) .... Kabul S. Archarya
  • Aashirwad (1968) (as Baby Sarika) .... Neena
  • Hamraaz (1967/I) .... Sarika
  • Majhli Didi (1967) .... Uma – Hemangini
  • Awards

  • National Film Award for Best Actress
  • National Film Award for Best Costume Design
  • BIG Star Most Entertaining Actor in a Social Role - Female
  • References

    Sarika Wikipedia


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