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Deepti Naval (born 22 August 1957) is an acclaimed Indian actor. She has acted in over 50 Hindi films, and most often worked in arthouse and independent films, known as parallel cinema in India.

Early life

Deepti Naval was born in Amritsarmarker, Punjabmarker, India. She went to the City University of New York and received her Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts at Hunter Collegemarker in Manhattanmarker.

Career

Deepti Naval started her film career with Ek Baar Phir in 1980. She is known to be a sensitive actress and was a part of the art films and light films of the 80's. Saath Saath , Chashme Buddoor and Mirch Masala are some of her films from the era. She also starred in the critically acclaimed Punjabi film Marhi Da Diva (1989). She was often cast with Farooq Shaikh. Though considered as talented as Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil she somehow did not achieve the same stature in terms of awards or memorable casts.

Once she moved out of lead roles, she portrayed character roles in mainstream Hindi films but was not satisfied with the roles she got and took a break. Of late she has made a comeback of sorts with films like Bawandar and Freaky Chakra.

In April Naval was recognized as the 2007 Tribute Honoree of the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.

She is directing her first film as a director in Do Paise Ki Dhoop,Char Aane Ki Barish which stars Manisha Koirala.

Personal life

Deepti Naval was at one time married to filmmaker and director Prakash Jha with whom she has an adopted daughter Disha. Naval was also once involved with actor Nana Patekar, and later engaged to Vinod Pandit before he died.

Filmography

Chronology of Deepti's work as an actress in various specific projects are listed below:
  • Firaaq - 2008
  • Freaky Chakra - 2003
  • Anaahat Marathi - 2003
  • Muqammal - 2003
  • Leela - 2002
  • Shakti - 2002
  • Bawandar - 2001
  • Kabhi Pass Kabhi Fail - 1999
  • Kasak - 1999
  • Anant - 1999
  • Wings of Hope - 1999
  • Sautela Bhai - 1996
  • Love, Lust and Marriage - 1996
  • Guddu - 1995
  • Thoda Sa Aasmaan - 1995
  • Bollywood - 1994
  • Tanaav - 1994
  • Kehkashaan - 1993
  • Yalgaar - 1992
  • Jai Vikraanta - 1992
  • Current - 1992
  • Dushmani - 1991
  • Suryodaya - 1991
  • Laapata - 1991
  • Saudagar - 1991
  • Ek Ghar - 1991
  • Didi - 1990
  • Marhi Da Diva - 1989
  • Mane - 1989
  • Sungharsh - 1989
  • Umeed - 1989
  • Sauda - 1989
  • Ghar Ho To Aisa - 1988
  • Main Zinda Hoon - 1988
  • Aakhri Daao - 1988
  • Himalaya Darshan - 1988
  • Andhere - 1987
  • Faasle - 1985
  • Aurat Pair Ki Jooti Nahin - 1985
  • Mirch Masala - 1985
  • Apna Jahan - 1985
  • Begaana - 1985
  • Panchvati - 1985
  • Tere Sheher Mein - 1985
  • Kamla - 1985
  • Ankahi - 1985
  • Damul - 1985
  • Naseehat - 1984
  • Kanoon Kya Karega - 1984
  • Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho! - 1984
  • Wanted - 1984
  • Andhi Gali - 1984
  • Hip Hip Hurray - 1984
  • Rang Birangi - 1983
  • Holi - 1983
  • Yeh Ishq Naheen Aasaan - 1983
  • Kissi Se Na Kehna - 1983
  • Khamosh Nigahen - 1983
  • Chhaya - 1983
  • Ek baar Chale Aao - 1983
  • Katha - 1983
  • Partner - 1982
  • Angoor - 1982
  • Cricketer - 1982
  • Mein Aur Meriu Tanhai - 1982
  • Shriman Shrimati - 1982
  • Aashiana (Jism Ka Rishta) - 1982
  • Saath Saath - 1982
  • Jaliaan Waalaa Bagh - 1982
  • Chashme Buddoor - 1981
  • Hum Paanch - 1981
  • Doosra Kinara - 1981
  • Humdard - 1981
  • Chirutha - 1980
  • Ek Baar Phir - 1980
  • Junoon - 1979


References

  1. http://www.openspaceindia.org/34_deepti_naval.htm
  2. http://www.deeptinaval.com/writeups/actor/life_as_i_like.htm
  3. http://www.rediff.com/entertai/2002/aug/24deepti.htm


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