Tisca Chopra

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Tisca Chopra
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Chopra in 2019
Born (1973-11-01) 1 November 1973 (age 50)
Alma mater Hindu College, Delhi
Occupation(s)Actress, author and producer
SpouseSanjay Chopra
Children1

Tisca Zareen Chopra (née Arora; born 1 November 1973) is an Indian actress, author and film producer who has appeared in over 45 feature films, predominantly in Hindi language.

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Taare Zameen Par , her best known feature film, was India's official entry to the Academy Awards. [1] It also won her Filmfare and other top nominations. Another feature film, Qissa , [2] premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2013, and won the NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film. The film has travelled to over 24 festivals, winning over almost all top awards and much appreciation from audiences and critics. Tisca did her bachelor's degree in English literature from University of Delhi and worked extensively in theatre. She has honed her craft with Naseeruddin Shah and theatre director Feroz Khan. Her performance in the Pulitzer Award-winning play, Dinner With Friends, that deals with the state of the modern marriage, was a hit in India, South East Asia and the Middle East, garnering praise from both critics and audiences. She has worked with Sam Pitroda on the National Knowledge Commission, to help with revamping the education system.

Her book Acting Smart (HarperCollins), [3] is a best seller and is being translated into Hindi. Her second book What's Up With Me? was released in March 2021. [4] [5] This book is about demystifying menstruation and puberty for young girls. [6] Tisca has been nominated at the New York Indian Film Festival for Best Actress for her work in 10Ml Love, [7] a film based on A Midsummer Night's Dream . The series won Best Ensemble Cast. She's been on the Jury of the MAMI (Mumbai Academy Of Moving Images) film festival. Chutney, a short film she wrote and produced under her company, The Eastern Way won two Filmfare Awards (Best Actress & Best Short Film). She is now developing two feature film scripts. [8] [9] [10] Her upcoming projects are Bioscopewala, 3Dev and The Hungry (based on the Shakespeare play Titus Andronicus ). One of the most beautiful and stylish actresses, Tisca is often on the best-dressed list and is a favourite with advertisers, endorsing brands like Tanishq, [11] Titan eyewear, [12] Olay, [13] Horlicks, [14] Marks & Spencer, [15] Godrej, [16] Bajaj Motors and Kellogg's. [17]

Early life and education

Tisca Chopra was born on 1 November 1973 in  Kasauli,  Himachal Pradesh [18]  into a family of educationists. She grew up in Kabul, Afghanistan, as her father was posted as the principal of India International School and later moved back to Delhi. [19] [20] She graduated from Apeejay School, sheikh sarai, where her father was the principal. Later she studied English literature at Hindu College, University of Delhi. She also started working actively with amateur theatre. While at college, she started writing for several publications and acting in plays for an amateur theatre group and college festivals. After finishing her education, she moved to Mumbai and trained in acting with notable theatre greats Feroz Abbas Khan and  Naseeruddin Shah [21] She is the grand-niece of the prominent Indian writer Khushwant Singh. [22]

Career

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Chopra at Colors Indian Telly Awards in 2012

She has won two Filmfare Awards (Chutney (2016)- Best Actress and Best Short Film) Filmfare Short Film Awards#Winners' announcement. For her role in Taare Zameen Par (2007), her best known film, she won Filmfare nominations. In 2011, she appeared in the Love Breakups Zindagi with Dia Mirza and Zayed Khan . Rahasya (2015), won her The People's Choice and Best Actress at Big Star Entertainment Awards. She made her film debut with Platform (1993), opposite Ajay Devgan.[ citation needed ] She also starred in the hit play Dinner With Friends, where her character of Dia [23] is a complex role of a failed artist. In 2004 she played the role of Prabhavati Devi in Prakash Jha's Loknayak . [24] [25] [26] [27] In 2007, she appeared in Taare Zameen Par with Aamir Khan, where her performance was much lauded. She acted in Nandita Das's directorial debut, Firaaq (2008). [28] [29] In 2011, she appeared in Madhur Bhandarkar's Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji .

For 10ml Love, which is based on the Shakespearean play Midsummer Night's Dream, Tisca was nominated for Best Actress at the 11th Annual New York Indian Film Festival. [30] [31] Her film Ankur Arora Murder Case , written and produced by Vikram Bhatt released in May 2013. [32] [33] Her other notable films are Anup Singh's Qissa , with Irrfan Khan released in 2013, [34] [35] has travelled to over 20 festivals, winning over almost all top awards and much appreciation from audiences and critics, and Rahasya , by UVI Film Production Pvt. Ltd. She has worked in the Marathi film Highway with Umesh Kulkarni and Hindi and Tamil remakes of the Marathi film Kaksparsh , directed by Mahesh Manjrekar.

Theatre

She acted in various plays in Mumbai and soon her work was seen Feroz Abbas Khan's Mahatma vs Gandhi, All The Best and Satyadev Dubey's Inshah Allah. She also starred in Dinner With Friends, [36] [37] [38] a Pulitzer Award-winning play. The play and Tisca garnered a lot of praise from both critics and audiences and has travelled to many cities across the world.

Television

Starting her Television stint with the immensely popular short film format called Star Bestsellers, Tisca starred in two popular films, Ek Shaam Ki Mulaqat [39] and Hum Saath Saath Hain Kya?. This paved the way for leading parts in shows like Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii (Star Plus), Astitva...Ek Prem Kahani (Zee TV), Sarkarr:Rishton Ki Ankahi Kahani (Zee TV) and Mariyam Khan - Reporting Live (Star Plus). She hosted a consumer grievances show on (Star News) called Main Hoon Na. [40] Tisca hosted Prayschit - Gunahon Ke Zakhm on Sony Entertainment Television, where she got a chance to reveal the transformation that criminals go through after or during their prison sentence. She starred in 24 , [41] in the year 2013. The series was a remake of the American series of the same name, produced by Anil Kapoor, directed by Abhinay Deo, which was premiered on Colors. [42]

Advertising

Tisca has appeared in advertisements for big brands like Tanishq, [43] Titan Eyewear, [12] Dish TV, [44] [45] Kelloggs-All Bran, [46] [47] Horlicks-Gold, [48] and Olay. [49] [13]

Personal life

Chopra is married to Capt. Sanjay Chopra who is a pilot with Air India. [50] She lives in Mumbai with her husband and her daughter, Tara. [51] [52] She works with several NGOs, supporting education and women's rights. [53]

Filmography

Films

YearTitleRoleLanguageNotes
199315th AugustKiran Solanki Hindi Credited as Priya Arora
Platform Tina Hindi Credited as Priya Arora
I Love India Priya Tamil Credited as Priya
1994 Baali Umar Ko Salaam NikithaHindi
1995GunehgaarPriya
Taqdeerwala Lataa
1998DandnayakPriya
2000 Karobaar: The Business of Love Neelam
2004 Hyderabad Blues 2 MenakaEnglish
Telugu
Hindi
2005 Sau Jhooth Ek Sach Hindi
2007Cape KarmaKaminiEnglish
Taare Zameen Par Maya AwasthyHindi
English
2008 Firaaq Anuradha Desai
Mayabazar (2008 film) Neena Kurian Malayalam
2010 10ml Love RoshniHindi
KhushiyaanJulie Verma Punjabi
2011 Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Anushka Anu NarangHindi
404 (film) Dr. Mira
Love Breakups Zindagi Sheila Thappar
2012 OMG: Oh My God! InterviewerSpecial Appearance
2013 Ankur Arora Murder Case Nanditha Arora
Qissa Mehar Punjabi
2015 Rahasya Dr. Arthi MahajanHindi
Nirnnayakam SreepradaMalayalam
Highway Film actorMarathi
Bruce Lee - The Fighter MaliniTelugu
2016 Ghayal Once Again Sheethal BansalHindi
Sardaar Gabbar Singh Geetha DeviTelugu
2017 The Hungry Tulsi JoshiHindi
2018 3 Dev Savitri
Bioscopewala Wahida
Lashtam PashtamMother of Siddhant
2019 Good Newwz Dr. Sandhya Joshi
2022 Jugjugg Jeeyo Meera
2023 Dono Anjali Malhotra
2024 Murder Mubarak -Hindi [54]

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2000 Star Bestsellers Sarlaepisode "Ek Shaam Ki Mulakaat"
2002 Astitva...Ek Prem Kahani Rhea
2003–2004 Karishma Kaa Karishma Sheetal (Karishma's mother)
2004–2005 Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii Mallika Doshi [55]
2005–2006 Sarkarr:Rishton Ki Ankahi Kahani Urvashi [55]
2007Main Hoon Na [55] Host/presenter
2011Prayschit - Gunahon Ke ZakhmHost/presenter
2013 24 Trisha Rathod
2018 Mariam Khan - Reporting Live Arts Teacher
2019 Hostages Season 1 Dr. Mira Anand [56]
2019 Beecham House EmpressBritish television series
2021RamyugMata kaikayiMx Player original
2022 Dahan Avni Raut

Short films

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotesRef.
2016 Chutney VanitaJyoti Kapur Dasalso producer and co-writer [57]
2017ChhuriMeeraMansi Jainalso co-producer and co-writer [58]
2020RubaruRadhaTisca Chopraalso director, co-producer and co-writer [59]

Awards and nominations

Won

Nominated

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