Amruta Khanvilkar

Amruta Khanvilkar
Name : Amruta Khanvilkar
Amruta Khanvilkar Malhotra
Birth Date : 23 November 1984
Birth Place : Mumbai
Nationality : indian
Height : 1.63m
Occupation : Actress
Instagram : @amrutakhanvilkar

Amrut Khanvilkar Malhotra is an Indian actress. She was born in Bombay. She worked in the movies of Hindi and Marathi. She is famous for dancing and participating in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10.

Khanvilkar has appeared in Hindi and Marathi movies and has established herself as one of the leading actresses in Marathi cinema and an accomplished dancer. Her roles had been praised in the movies Katyar Kaljat Ghusli and Natrang. She has appeared in Raazi's Meghna Gulzar.

She and her husband Himmanshoo A. Malhotra won the 7th season of the dance reality show Nach Baliye. She was a Fear Factor contestant in 2020: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10, and was eliminated opposite Adaa Khan in Week 5.


Amruta Khanvilkar Movies and TV Shows

  • Aawhan [Sanjay Surkar]

    Maalinga becomes a victim of MLA Jaganath Kaalam's exploitation but seeks justice. After the MLA's contact with influential personalities makes her life even more difficult, she decides to fight back.

  • Aayna Ka Bayna [30 November 2012 (India)]

    Nine talented juveniles who live in a remand home possess amazing dancing skills but their path is obstructed by their tyrannical warden. However, two incredible coaches guide them towards their goal.

  • Ani... Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar [7 November 2018 (India)]

    Dr Kashinath Ghanekar, a dental surgeon, decides to pursue acting. Despite facing various personal and professional challenges, he goes on to become a bonafide superstar in Marathi theatre and cinema.

  • Arjun [16 September 2011 (India)]

    Arjun Pawar, a middle-class man, refuses to follow the traditional means of making money. He gets caught between powerful businessmen and eventually seeks revenge.

  • Baji [06 Feb 2015]

    It is an action-adventure laced superhero vigilante film that transcends both folklore and present day. It is based on the legend of a man who took upon himself to protect the common man against oppression and injustice.

  • Bus Stop [21 July 2017]

    A group of five college friends struggle with love and relationships while dealing with parental pressure as they learn the purpose of their lives.

  • Choricha Mamla [31 January 2020]

    Caught breaking into a house, Nandan, a robber, gets involved in a hilarious situation with the house owner and the girl he is having an extramarital affair with.

  • Contract [18 July 2008 (India)]

    Amaan, an ex-army man, is devastated after his family is killed in a terrorist attack. He sets out to seek revenge by infiltrating the underworld gang to apprehend Sultan, a criminal mastermind.

  • Fakta Ladh Mhana [5 August 2011 (India)]

    In Aptegaon, farmers are left with no choice but to commit suicide after being oppressed by a corrupt MLA. Filled with anguish, five gangsters take a stand and fight against the corrupt minister.

  • Gaiir [Satish Rajwade]

    Sameer Shroff, a big shot corporate young man marries an NRI's daughter, Neha. His life takes a sudden turn when his look-alike tries target Neha and his professional life.

  • Golmaal: Fun Unlimited [14 July 2006 (India)]

    Friends Gopal, Lucky, Madhav and Laxman often dupe gullible people out of their money. Hilarity ensues when they target a middle-aged couple and simultaneously try wooing their pretty neighbour.

  • Hattrick [16 March 2007 (India)]

    Despite the nationwide cricket fever, a bitter physician, who dislikes cricket, treats an ex-cricketer, while Kashmira, a neglected wife, dislikes its influence over her relationship with her husband.

  • Himmatwala [29 March 2013 (India)]

    An evil landlord falsely accuses a temple priest of stealing money, causing him to commit suicide. Years later, his son decides to take revenge on the landlord by marrying his daughter.

  • Katyar Kaljat Ghusali [12 Nov 2015]

    A clash of two musical families, where in the end, music is the winner. When greed takes the front seat, manipulations shift gears. A race starts, a race that kills whatever comes across ...

  • Malang [7 February 2020]

    Advait is visiting Goa, where he meets Sara, a free-spirited girl who lives an unshackled life. Opposites attract and everything goes well before life turns upside down. Years later, with cops Aghase and Michael on his way, Advait is on a murder spree.

  • Mumbai Salsa [26 October 2007 (India)]

    Four young men and women develop a strong bond over their trials and tribulations in love and life when they accidentally meet each other at a Mumbai bar named Mumbai Salsa.

  • Natarang [1 January 2010 (India)]

    Guna, a poor village labourer, loses his job and faces a financial crunch. He holds a passion for theatre and decides to start his own theatre company.

  • One Way Ticket [23 September 2016 (India)]

    Aniket boards a cruise ship using Aditya's passport after he stumbles upon it accidentally. However, Aniket finds out that Shivani, Aditya's girlfriend, is on the cruise and may blow his cover.

  • Phillum City [8 October 2010 (India)]

    Residents of a slum try to make their own movie.

  • Phoonk [22 August 2008 (India)]

    A young engineer is dismissed from his job by his boss after he tried to unethically sabotage a project to his advantage. He is insulted in public and fired. His wife decides to settle scores.

  • Phoonk 2 [16 April 2010 (India)]

    Rajiv relocates to a new house along with his family near a beach. As soon as they step into the house, Rajiv's kids encounter bizarre things. A horror is awaken which starts troubling the kids.

  • Raazi [11 May 2018 (India)]

    Sehmat Khan, an undercover RAW agent, is married into a Pakistani family by her father so that she can get some valuable piece of information about the enemy.

  • Rampaat [17 May 2019]

    Munni and Mithun, two youngsters, move to Mumbai to become actors. Expecting a sea of opportunities, they soon realise that it is a tough journey to success.

  • Rangoon [24 February 2017 (India)]

    Julia journeys to the Indo-Burma border to perform for the troops during World War II, on the insistence of Billimoria, her lover. There, she finds herself enamoured by Jemadar Malik, a soldier.

  • Saade Maade Teen [23 November 2007 (Maharashtra)]

    Ratan and his two younger brothers own a garage. He hates girls due to being jilted once and hence, his younger brothers hide their love lives from him for fear of defying him.

  • Satrangi Re [3 February 2012 (India)]

    A group of friends in the final year of graduation share a common passion for music. Together, they experience love, friendship and relationships and also, the hardships of life.

  • Satyameva Jayate [15 August 2018 (India)]

    DCP Shivansh is given a case to arrest the man responsible for the deaths of corrupt police officers. He begins his search without realising the killer is none other than Vir, his younger brother.

  • Shala [20 January 2012 (India)]

    Fourteen-year-old Joshi falls in love with Shirodkar, a girl in his class. While he tries to express his affection, his three other friends face a similar situation.

  • Welcome Zindagi [26 June 2015]

    Welcome Zindagi is a Marathi language film. The film is a dark comedy about a girl who wants to end it all, and a boy who will change her perception of life. The movie is a dark comedy about life and death.

  • Zakaas [30 December 2011 (India)]

    Abhi, a young man, gets involved in a relationship with three different women under three separate identities and tries to hide his secret from them.

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What is birthdate of Amruta Khanvilkar?

- 23 November 1984.

What is BirthPlace of Amruta Khanvilkar?

- Mumbai.

What is Nationality of Amruta Khanvilkar?

- indian.

What is Height of Amruta Khanvilkar?

- 1.63m.

What is Age of Amruta Khanvilkar?

- 37.

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