An unconventional and remarkable actor, Bhumi Pednekar has time and again impressed viewers with her phenomenal performances. After working as an assistant director for 6 Years, she entered Bollywood and earned an award for Best Female debut in Dum Laga Ke Haisha. Bhumi rose to prominence by playing headstrong small-town women in various comedy-dramas as well as high impact, social issue films.
Here are some of her gripping starrers to watch on her birthday:
Dum Laga Ke Haisha: (2015)
Prem and his plus-sized wife Sandhya are supposed to spend a lifetime together. Will a regular arranged marriage turn out to be a perfect mismatch?
The role of Sandhya played by Bhumi was appreciated by the critics as well as the audience. Watch this award- winning film on Amazon Prime Video
Pati Patni Aur Woh: (2019)
Chintu Tyagi is an ordinary, middle class man who finds himself torn between his wife and another woman. Bhumi in a wife’s character was a perfect fit and spectacularly carried the character. Enjoy this romantic –comedy on Amazon Prime Video
Toilet : Ek Prem Katha (2017)
A woman threatens to leave her husband unless he installs a toilet in their home. To win back her love and respect, he heads out on a journey to fight against the backward society. Bhumi was portrayed as Jaya, a girl who falls in love with the protagonist and marry him. But, she took a drastic step of leaving him for installing a toilet at home to bring her back. The strong rebel role played by her was accordingly recognized and her acting skills were appreciated, nothing less than Akshay Kumar
Bala : (2019)
It tells the story of a man who is balding prematurely and how he copes up with the situation. Latika, played by Bhumi was a character in the film, who was struggling against the social issue of color biasness in our Country. She carried the on-role character very gracefully and made the film a commercial success.
Saand Ki Aankh: (2019)
This is a biopic-drama revolving around two women, both over the age of 60, Chandro Tomar and Prakashi Tomar, who inspired other women in India when they demonstrate their expert sharpshooting skills. The feisty role of old women played by Bhumi was greatly acknowledged and she even won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress