Indian actress
Born: November 4, 1971

Tabu, born Tabassum Fatima Hashmi on November 4, 1971, is an acclaimed Indian film actress known for her exceptional performances in Bollywood and regional cinema. She entered the film industry in the 1980s and has since established herself as a versatile and talented artist.

Her breakthrough came with the film “Vijaypath” (1994), and she garnered widespread recognition for her roles in movies like “Maachis” (1996) and “Kaalapani” (1996). Tabu’s career is marked by her ability to portray diverse characters with depth and authenticity, showcasing her range in both commercial and art-house cinema.

She has received numerous accolades, including several Filmfare Awards, National Film Awards, and Padma Shri, one of India’s highest civilian honors, for her outstanding contributions to Indian cinema.

Tabu’s performances in movies like “Maqbool” (2003), “Cheeni Kum” (2007), “Haider” (2014), and “Andhadhun” (2018) have earned her critical acclaim and cemented her reputation as one of the most accomplished actresses in the industry. Her nuanced portrayals and ability to bring life to complex characters have made her a respected figure in Indian cinema.

Outside of acting, Tabu is known for her elegance and grace, contributing significantly to the cultural landscape of Indian cinema.

Tabu’s 5 most popular quotes

  • I was really excited when films like ‘Kaala Paani,’ ‘Maachis,’ ‘Chandni Bar’ and others came my way. The sheer fact that I would get to portray various emotions was thrilling.
  • I had read Jhumpa Lahiri’s ‘Namesake’ and thought it would make a fabulous film, as I could identify with the central character. When Mira Nair announced the film, I wanted to do the role. When it fell into my lap, I was over the moon.
  • I did ‘Hawa’ to understand what ghosts and the supernatural are all about. I don’t believe in them and wondered how I could essay a part in a project I don’t necessarily understand.
  • People should be good, established people; the filmmaking and acting experience should be heartening. So I chose films where I would get a good experience, not just great roles.
  • I do a film because I would love to be a part of it, but I also think from the audience’s perspective. Our profession survives because of our audience.
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