Tabu Hot Indian Film Star Biography and Pictures Gallery

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Here we are posting her profile bio-data and her childhood information and professional career also.

Childhood & Early Life and Schooling Education
Tabu or Tabassum Hashmi Khan was born” under the Scorpion sunsign” on November 4, 1970, in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Her parents divorced soon after she was born. Tabu’s mother was a school teacher while her maternal grandparents were retired professors who ran a school.

Tabu Family Background & Study
Her grandfather was a Mathematics professor while her grandmother was an English Literature professor. Tabu moved to Mumbai, in the year 1983 and studied at the St.Xavier’s College.

Tabu Film Career and Success Information
Tabu started her career in the Indian film industry with the movie called ‘Hum Naujawan’ which released in the year 1985. She was just 15 years of age when her first film released. She played Dev Anand’s daughter in the film. However, her first role as an actress was in the Telugu movie ‘Coolie No.1’. Her first Hindi release was ‘Pehla Pehla Pyar’, which went almost unnoticed by the public.

Tabu Personal Profile (Personal Life History)
Original Name: Tabassum Hashmi
Date of Birth (Birthday): 4 November, 1970
Height: 5’8″
Hair Color: Black
Birth Place: Hyderabad
Hyderbad and she is a famous actor from India of Muslim religion.

Tabu Life in Brief

Tabu: Being born on Nov 04, Tabu is a Scorpio.
her ethnicity: Asian – Indian.
her mother’s name: Rizwana.
her father’s name: Jamal Hashmi.
Sister : Farha Naaz.
Younger sister of 80s actress ‘Farha’.
Famous Why : Chandni Bar.
Languages: Hindi, English
Tabu contact Address: Anukool, 2nd Floor, Seven Bungalows, Versova, Andheri (W), Mumbai 400 058

Tabu Film Background (Filmography)
Debut Film: Hum Naujawan
Famous Movies: Bhagmati, Silsiilay, Andarivaadu, Meenaxi: Tale of 3 Cities, Maqbool, Jaal: The Trap, Hawa, Khanjar: The Knife, Abar Aranye, Saathiya, Zindagi Khoobsoorat Hai, Filhaal, Maa Tujhhe Salaam, Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya, Chandni Bar, Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya, Ghaath, Astitva, Shikari, Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar, Tarkieb, Kandukondain Kandukondain, Hera Pheri, Biwi No. 2, Cover Story, Snegithiye, Thakshak, Biwi No. 1, Hu Tu Tu, Hum Saath-Saath Hain:

We Stand United, Kohram: The Explosion, Hanuman, 2001, Aavida Maa Aavide, Chachi 420, Iruvar, Border, Darmiyan, Virasat, Maachis, Ninne Pelladatha, Jeet, Tu Chor Main Sipahi, Himmat, Kadhal Desam, Kala Pani, Saajan Chale Sasural, Haqeeqat, Sisindri, Saajan Ki Baahon Mein, Prem, Vijaypath, Pehla Pehla Pyaar, Coolie No. 1, Hum Naujawan
Latest Movies: Luck by Chance, Fanaa, Bhagmati, Silsiilay
Upcoming Movies: Sarhad Paar, The Namesake,

Tabu Awards and Recogniftions

National Film Awards

  • 1997, National Film Award for Best Actress, Maachis.
  • 2002, National Film Award for Best Actress, Chandni Bar.

Filmfare Awards

  • 1995, Filmfare Best Female Debut Award, Vijaypath
  • 1996, Filmfare Best Actress South, Kadhal Desam
  • 1998, Critics Award Best Performance, Virasat
  • 2000, Critics Award Best Performance, Hu Tu Tu
  • 2001, Critics Award Best Performance, Astitva
  • 2007, Critics Award Best Performance, Cheeni Kum

Star Screen Awards

  • 2001, Star Screen Award Best Actress, Astitva
  • 2007, Star Screen Award Best Actress (Critics), Cheeni Kum

Zee Cine Awards

  • 2001, Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Female, Astitva
  • 2002, Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Female, Chandni Bar

International Indian Film Academy Awards

  • 2002, IIFA Best Actress Award for Chandni Bar

Bollywood Movie Awards

  • 2001, Bollywood Movie Award – Critics Award Female, Astitva

Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards

  • 1997, Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards, Best Actress (Hindi Movies), Maachis
  • 2002, Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards, Best Actress (Hindi Movies), Chandni Bar

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