Shabana Azmi Age, Height, Weight, Affairs, Husband, family & More. Shabana Azmi is an actress of film, television, and theatre. She was born on 18 September 1950 in Hyderabad, Hyderabad State, India. She is the Most Popular Actress of Indian Film Industry. Azmi The daughter of poet Kaifi Azmi and stage actress Shaukat Azmi. Shabana Azmi made her film debut in 1974 and soon became one of the leading actresses of Parallel Cinema. Azmi is one of the finest actresses in India. Azmi Received Several Film award From Indian Film Industry. Azmi a record of five wins of the National Film Award for Best Actress and several international honors. She has also Received many Award Including five Filmfare Awards and was honored among “women in cinema” at the 30th International Film Festival of India. the Government of India awarded her Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honor of the country in 1988. Azmi worked in many Film in different Language. She has acted in over 120 Hindi and Bengali films in both mainstream and independent cinema. Azmi is a Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations Population Fund (UNPFA).
Shabana Azmi Mainly acted in Bollywood, Tamil, English, Bengali Film Industry. She is a commercial And successful Actress And television and theatre. Azmi Net Worth and His Salary Not known. she acted in many superhit Film including Masoom (1983), Arth (1982), Ankur: The Seedling (1974), Mandi (1983), Sparsh (1980), Fire (1996), The Chess Players (1977), Paar (1984), Nishant (1975), Mrityudand: The Death Sentence (1997), Godmother (1999), The Web of the Witch (2002), 15 Park Avenue (2005), Khandhar (1984) Etc.
Shabana Azmi was born into a Saiyyid Muslim family, in Hyderabad India. Her parents are Kaifi Azmi (an Indian poet) and Shaukat Azmi (a veteran Indian People’s Theatre Association stage actress). Her Parents also members of the Communist Party of India. She has a Brother Baba Azmi, is a cinematographer. Azmi studied Queen Mary School, Mumbai and Complete his graduated in Psychology From St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. Shabana Azmi was engaged to Benjamin Gilani in the late 1970s, but the engagement was called off. Then Later in 1994, she was married Javed Akhtar, a lyricist, poet, and Bollywood scriptwriter. Indian actresses Farah Naaz and Tabu are her nieces and Tanvi Azmi is her sister-in-law. shabana Azmi is Islam by Religion and His Nationality by Indian.
Shabana Azmi was born 18 September 1950 in Hyderabad, Hyderabad State, India (now in Telangana, India). His Age 68 Years Old (as in 2019), His Height in feet 5′ 6″ inches And centimeters 168 cm/ 1.68m. Weight in kilograms 65 kg And pounds 143 lbs. His Chest size 34 Inches, Waist 26 Inches, and Biceps size 34 Inches. She has Black Color Hair and Black Color Eye. Raed More Celebs Bio: Sanjay Mishra And Saif Ali Khan
Shabana Azmi Popular And commercial successful movies including Morning Raga (2004), Morning Raga (2004), Bhavna (1984), Thodisi Bewafaii (1980), Namkeen (1982), Neerja (2016), Junoon (1979), Dharavi (1992), Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Ata Hai (1980), In Custody (1994), Amar, Akbar and Anthony (1977) Etc. Her other films include the commercially successful Manmohan Desai’s Amar Akbar Anthony and Parvarish and Prakash Mehra’s Jwalamukhi. Azmi starred in Hollywood productions such as John Schlesinger’s Madame Sousatzka (1988) and Roland Joffe’s City of Joy (1992).
Some Unknown fact about Shabana Azmi
- Azmi Do Like Smoking?: No
- She Does Like drink alcohol?: No
- She acted in more than 120 films and has won Five-time National Award and 4 Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
- His Father Kaifi Azmi is one of the most popular Indian poets and His Mother Shaukat Azmi is a stage actress.
- since 1988 she has acted in several foreign projects.
- She is the wife of poet and screenwriter Javed Akhtar.
- Her brother, Baba Azmi, is a cinematographer, and her sister-in-law, Tanvi Azmi, is also an actress.
- Azmi attended Queen Mary School, Mumbai. She completed a graduate degree in Psychology from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai.
- She went on to receive the National Film Award consecutively for three years from 1983 to 1985 for her roles in Arth, Khandhar, and Paar. Godmother (1999) earned her another National Film Award, taking her tally to five.