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|Anjali Patil (born September 26, 1987) is an Indian film and theater actress. She received rave reviews for her work in Delhi in a film of Day, Chakravyuh, Newton and Sri Lankan With You Without You.
She received the IFP Award for best male actor (woman) at the Silver Peacock at the 43rd International Film Festival of India for her role in Sri Lankan film With You Without You.
In 2013, she was the star of the Telugu film, Na Bangaaru Talli, for which she received the National Film Award - Special Mention, and the Nandi Award for Best Actress.
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|Hobbies||:||Photography, Travelling, Reading books|
|Favorite Actress||:||Huma Qureshi|
|Favorite Movie||:||Do Bigha Zameen|
|Favorite Actor||:||Rajinikanth, Randeep Hooda|
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|School||:||National School of Drama, Delhi|
|College/ University||:||Lalit Kala Kendra (Pune University)|
|Educational and Qualification||:||Unknown|
|Patil was born into a Marathi family and grew up in Nashik, Maharashtra, India. Patil attended RJCB Girls' High School (Purushottam), Nashik and at the age of 14 she decided to pursue her career as an actor.
She persuaded her parents to send her to the Center for Performing Arts at the University of Pune.
In June 2007, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a gold medal for excellence. Later that year, Patil was chosen to pursue a Master's degree in Theater Design at the National Theater School in New Delhi. This gave him many opportunities to work intensively with Indian and international film and theater actors and directors.
Patil's first feature film was presented with Prashant Nair's Hindi-English independent film, Delhi in a Day.
She has been critically acclaimed for her portrayal of Rohini. It was premiered in Asia during the Mumbai Film Festival on October 13, 2011 and was presented indoors in India in August 2012.
In 2010-11, Patil worked as a lead actress and producer on an international short film Green Bangles.
It was selected as India's official entry to WIFTI (Women In Film and Television International, Los Angeles) and was finally selected and presented at WIFTI International Showcase 2012 in 44 cities in 15 countries.
His big Bollywood break came with Prakash Jha's latest film on Naxalwad-related issues: Chakravyuh. This immediately made him talk about the city B with praise and thanks for a powerful performance alongside veteran actors like Om Puri, Manoj Bajpai, Abhay Deol and Arjun Rampal.
After rave reviews of his fierce interpretation of Naxal Juhi's leader, Patil signed a three-film contract with filmmaker Prakash Jha.
Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka (With you, without you) (2012) was another international collaboration with Sri Lankan author-director Prasanna Vithanage.
Patil did the dubbing herself and this makes her the first Indian actress to double in Sinhalese.
She plays a central role in Rakeysh's Mirzya Omprakash Mehra which was released in 2016.
She will lead Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's prime minister Mere Pyaare.
She plays a daring role in Pa's Kaala. Ranjith with Rajinikanth
Her outstanding performance earned her the Silver Peacock Award for Best Female Actor at the India International Film Festival in Goa in November 2012. She is one of the youngest actresses to receive this award.
In 2016, Patil finished two Marathi films: Bardo with Makarand Deshpande and The Silence with Nagraj Manjule as a co-actor.
She will be seen in the title role in Nimmo which is Rahul Shanklya's first film produced by Anand L.
Rai. Patil finished another Hindi film, Newton, with Rajkumar Rao who was released in 2017.Patil again justified his role, with his natural action.