Urmila Matondkar Wiki, Biography, Dob, Age, Height, Weight, Affairs and More

Urmila Matondkar

Name - Urmila Matondkar

Nick Name - Urmila

Date of Birth - 04/02/1970

Age - 47 years (2017)

Born Place - Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Profession - Indian Film Actress and Television Presenter

Father - Shivinder Singh

Mother - Rukshana Sultana

Urmila Matondkar

Brother - Kedar

Sister - Mamta

Husband - Mohsin Akhtar Mir (2016)

Children - Not Known

School - Not Known

College / University - Pune University, Pune, India

Education - Graduate

Nationality - Indian

Religion - Hindu

Ethnicity - Asian / Indian

Debut Movie - Zaakol (1980)

Urmila Matondkar

Height - 5'3.5'' / 161 cm / 1.61 m

Weight - 50 Kg / 110 lbs

Body Measurements - 34-24-33

Bra Size - 34B

Waist Size - 24 inches

Hip Size - 33 inches

Body Shape - Hourglass

Eye Color - Hazel

Hair Color - Brown

Sun Sign / Zodiac Sign - Aquarius

Hobbies - Dancing, Acting

Affairs / Boyfriends - Ram Gopal Varma (Film Director), Mohsin Akhtar Mir (Model, Businessman)

Salary - 1/2 crore per movie (INR)

Net Worth - Not Known

Urmila Matondkar

Television -
Katha Sagar (1986), Zindagi (1987), Indradhanush (1989), Bible Ki Kahaniya (1993-1995), Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Season 2 (2007), Waar Parriwar (2008), Chak Dhoom Dhoom (2011), Dance Maharashtra Dance (2012-13), Marathi Paul Padte Pudhe Atkepar Zenda (2011-2012)

Filmography -
Zaakol (1980), Kalyug (1981), Masoom (1983), Bhavna (1984), Sur Sangam (1985), Dacait (1987), Bade Ghar Ki Beti (1989), Chanakyan (1989), Narasimha (1991), Chamatkar (1992), Antham (1992), Drohi (1992), Shreeman Aashique (1993), Gaayam (1993), Bedardi (1993), Kanoon (1994), Aa Gale Laga Ja (1994), Rangella (1995), Thacholi Varghese Chekavar (1995), Money Money (1995), Indian (1996), Judaai (1997), Daud (1997), 

Urmila Matondkar

Mere Sapno Ki Rani (1997), Anaganaga Oka Roju (1997), Aflatoon (1997), Satya (1998), China Gate (1998), Kudrat (1998), Chhota Chetan (1998), Kaun (1999), Jaanam Samjha Karo (1999), Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain (1999), Mast (1999), Dillagi (1999), Khoobsurat (1999), Kunwara (2000), Jungle (2000), Deewane (2000), Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (2001), Lajja (2000), Company (2002), Om Jai Jagadish (2002), Deewange (2002), Bhoot (2003), Tehzaab (2003), Pinjar (2003), Ek Hasina Thi (2004), Naina (2005), Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara (2005), Banaras (2006), Bas Ek Pal (2006), Aag (2007), Speed (2007), Om Shanti Om (2007), Karzzz (2008), EMI (2008), Shabri (2011), Hridaynath (2012), Delhi Safari (2012), Life Mein Hungama Hai (2013), Ajoba (2014)

Awards -
Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards, Bollywood Movie Awards, Filmfare Awards, Star Screen Awards, Zee Cine Awards, Nandi Awards (1993)

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