Konkona Sen Sharma is an Indian actress. She is the daughter of actress and filmmaker Aparna Sen.
Sharma appears primarily in Indian arthouse and independent films, and her achievements in the genre have established her as one of the leading actresses of contemporary parallel cinema.
Making her debut as a child artist in the film Indira (1983), Sharma debuted as an adult in the Bengali thriller Ek Je Aachhe Kanya (2000).
She first gained attention with the English-language film Mr. and Mrs. Iyer (2002), which was directed by her mother, and received the National Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film.
Her appearance in the drama Page 3 (2005) got her wider recognition from audiences, and she has since starred in a number of films, most of which have garnered her critical praise rather than commercial success.
She won two consecutive Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Awards for her performances in Omkara (2006) and Life in a... Metro (2007), respectively.
Her performance in the former won her a second National Award under the Best Supporting Actress category.
Sen Sharma was offered the lead role in Mira Nair's Hollywood film, The Namesake (2007), but owing to clashing dates with other films, she could not commit to the project.However, she followed it with acclaimed performances as a mentally ill woman in 15 Park Avenue (2005) and as a middle age village woman in Omkara (2006).
For the latter, she received both the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award and the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her next release Deadline: Sirf 24 Ghante (2006) got average reviews.
In 2006, Sen Sharma made her directorial debut with an 18-minute Bengali short film titled Naamkoron (Naming Ceremony) for the Kala Ghoda Film Festival.
Konkona Sen Sharma’s father is Mukul Sharma, a science writer and journalist and her mother is acclaimed film director Aparna Sen.She has a degree in English from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi.
In 1983, Konkona made her debut as a child artiste in the film Indira.In 2002, she gained attention with the English film Mr. And Mrs. Iyer and received the coveted National Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film.
In 2005, Konkona's appearance in the film Page 3 gave her a wide recognition.In 2005, she followed it up with even more acclaimed performances in 15 Park Avenue.
In 2006, Konkona received the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for Omkara. In 2007, Konkana Sen Sharma received the Best Supporting actress award for Life in a Metro.
The actress' 2008 release is Dil Kabaddi, and 2009 release is Rohan Sippy's The President is Coming based on a play of the same name.
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