Award Name : National Film Awards
Year of Award : 2014
Award for : Arts
Location : Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Amruta Subhash is an Indian actress who works in Marathi films, television and theatre industry. She is also a playback singer, composer and has released her private albums. She is known for her lead role in the television show Awaghachi Sansaar that aired on Zee Marathi. Her mother, Jyoti Subhash, is also an actress. She was born on May 13, 1979 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She graduated from the National School of Drama, New Delhi where she learned under Satyadev Dubey. While still studying there, she had appeared in various plays like Urvashiam (1997), Bela Meri Jaan (1998), House of Bernada, Alba (1998) and Mrug Trushna (1999). Returning to Maharashtra, she appeared in various Marathi plays like Tee Fulrani. Previously portrayed by Bhakti Barve, the lead role in the play Ti Fulrani, at the beginning of her career brought her in notice.
Ã??Ã?Â Subhash made debut in films through the 2004 film Shwaas playing the role of Aasawari, a medical social worker, who helps Parshuram's grandfather (played by Arun Nalawade) understand all the technicalities that doctors talk about. The film revolves around 8-year-old boy Parshuram and his grandfather, who come to Mumbai from a rural village in Konkan to get treatment on Parshuram's retinal cancer. Adjudged as the Best Feature Film at the 51st National Film Awards for the "sensitive and moving portrayal of the relationship", the film was also the official entry from India to the 77th Academy Awards under Best Foreign Language Film category. But the film failed to reach the nomination list. In 2004, Subhash was awarded the Best Actress award for her role in the TV show Awaghachi Sansaar presented by Zee Gaurav. She has also received the V. Shantaram Award for her role in the film Savalee. She got the National Award 2013 for Best Supporting Actress for her film 'Astu' (Marathi) directed by Sumitra-Bhave Sunil Sukhtankar. (Shared with Aida Elkashe) and Crystal Bear for the best film awarded by the children's jury in Generation Kplus section at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival - for movie "killa".