Jaya Bachchan

Jaya Bachchan | Actress | Politician | Celebrity

Jaya Bachchan
Jaya Bachchan

Born - April 9, 1948 in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India

Occupation - Actress, Politician

Nationality - Indian

Years Active - 1963-1981
                       1998-present

Height - 5' 2" (1.57 m)

Spouse(s) - Amitabh Bachchan (m. 1973-present)

Filmography

Year

Movie

Role

Notes

 1963 

 Mahanagar

 Bani

 Bengali film

1971

 Guddi

 Kusum/Guddi

 Nominated - Filmfare Best Actress Award

 Dhanyee Meye

 Monasha

 Bengali film

 Uphaar

 Mrinmayi/Meenu

 Nominated - Filmfare Best Actress Award

 Janani

 unknown

 Bengali film

1972

 Jawani Diwani

 Neeta Thakur

 

 Bawarchi

 Krishna Sharma

 

 Parichay

 Rama

 

 Bansi Birju

 Bansi

 

 Piya Ka Ghar

 Malti

 

 Annadata

-

 

 Ek Nazar

 Shabnam

 

 Samadhi

-

 

 Koshish

 Aarti Mathur

 Nominated - Filmfare Best Actress Award

 Shor

 Raat Ki Rani/Rani

 

 Jai Jawan Jai Makan

-

 

1973

 Gaai Aur Gori

 Neeta Thakur

 

 Anamika

 Anamika/Kanchan/Archana

 

 Phagun

 Krishna Sharma

 

 Zanjeer

 Mala

 

 Abhimaan

 Uma Kumar

 Filmfare Best Actress Award

1974

 Aahat

-

 

 Dil Diwana

-

 

 Kora Kagaz

 Archana Gupta

 Filmfare Best Actress Award

 Naya Din Nai Raat

-

 

 Doosri Sita

-

 

1975

 Mili

 Mili Khanna

 Nominated - Filmfare Best Actress Award

 Chupke Chupke

 Vasudha Kumar

 

 Sholay

 Radha

 

1977

 Abhi To Jee Lein

 Jaya

 

1978

 Ek Baap Chhe Bete

-

 

1979

 Nauker

 Geeta

 Filmfare Best Actress Award

1981

 Silsila

 Shobha Malhotra

 Nominated - Filmfare Best Actress Award

1995

 Akka

-

 Marathi Film

1998

 Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa

 Sujata Chatterji

 

2000

 Fiza

 Nishatbi Ikramullah

 Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award

2001

 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...

 Nandini Raichand

 Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award

2002

 Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe

 Mansi Devi

 

 Desh

 Suprabha Devi

 Bengali film

2003

 Kal Ho Naa Ho

 Jennifer Kapur

 Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award

2007

 Laaga Chunari Mein Daag

 Sabitri Sahay

 

2008

 Lovesongs:Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

 Mridula Chatterjee

 

 Drona

 Queen Jayanti

 

2010

 Aap Ke Liye Hum

-

 

2011

 Meherjaan

 Meher

 Bengali, Bangladeshi film

2013

 Sunglass / Taak Jhaank

-

 Bengali / Hindi

2016

 Ki & Ka

 cameo

 Hindi

Awards and recognition

Civilian Award

  • 1992 – Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India

Filmfare Awards

Winner

  • 1972 – Filmfare Special Award for "Uphaar"
  • 1974 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Abhimaan"
  • 1975 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Kora Kagaz"
  • 1980 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Nauker"
  • 1998 – Filmfare Special Award for "Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa"
  • 2001 – Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for "Fiza"
  • 2002 – Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham..."
  • 2004 – Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for "Kal Ho Naa Ho"
  • 2007 – Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award

Nominated

  • 1972 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Guddi"
  • 1972 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Uphaar"
  • 1974 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Koshish"
  • 1976 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Mili"
  • 1982 – Filmfare Best Actress Award for "Silsila"

International Indian Film Academy Awards

Winner

  • 2001 – IIFA Best Supporting Actress Award for "Fiza"
  • 2002 – IIFA Best Supporting Actress Award for "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham..."
  • 2004 – IIFA Best Supporting Actress Award for "Kal Ho Naa Ho"

Other film awards

Winner

  • 1972 – Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards: Special Award (Hindi film) for "Guddi"
  • 1999 – Anandalok Awards: Special Editor Award
  • 2001 – Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards: Best Actress in Supporting Role for "Fiza"
  • 2001 – Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Female for "Fiza"
  • 2002 – Best Actress in a supporting role for "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham..." at the Sansui Viewers Choice Awards

Honours and recognitions

  • In 2017 She won Best Parliamentarian award
  • In 1998, she was honoured with the Omega Award for Excellence: Lifetime Achievement
  • 2000, Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image, an award for her "abiding contribution to Cinema"
  • 2004, Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sansui Awards
  • 2010, Lifetime Achievement Award at the "Tongues on Fire" film festival in London
  • 2012, Lifetime Achievement Award at Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF)
  • 2013, Master Deenanath Mangeshkar (Vishesh Puraskar) Award for her dedicated services to Indian theatre and cinema
  • She is a recipient of the Yash Bharti Award, UP state's highest award from the Government of Uttar Pradesh


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