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Nepali actress and social activist

Manisha Koirala is ...

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Born 16 Aug 1970 in Kathmandu
Age48 years, 11 months
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Manisha Koirala gives motivational talk at a multinational company in 2016.

About Manisha Koirala

Manisha Koirala (pronounced [məniːʂaː koːɪraːlaː]; born 16 August 1970) is a Nepali actress who predominantly works in Indian films. Born to the politically prominent Koirala family, she is the daughter of Prakash Koirala and granddaughter of Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala, the 22nd Prime Minister of Nepal. She is the recipient of several accolades, including three Filmfare Awards, a Filmfare Award South and a Screen Award. In 2001, the Kingdom of Nepal awarded her with the Order of Gorkha Dakshina Bahu, the second highest honour of the country. Koirala made her acting debut with the Nepali film Pheri Bhetaula (1989) while studying in school. Initially aspiring to become a doctor, she had a brief stint in modeling, and went on to make her Bollywood debut with Saudagar (1991). Following a series of commercial failures, Koirala established herself as a leading actress with 1942: A Love Story (1994) and the Tamil-language Bombay (1995), subsequently starring in a series of commercial successes, including Agni Sakshi (1996), Indian (1996), Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997), Kachche Dhaage (1999), Company (2002) and Ek Chhotisi Love Story (2002). She received critical recognition for her portrayal of the daughter of deaf-mute parents in Khamoshi: The Musical (1996), a terrorist in Dil Se.. (1998), a mistreated woman in Lajja (2001) and Sushmita Banerjee in Escape from Taliban (2003). Post-2003, Koirala began to work with independent film makers in art-house projects and in regional films. Her performance in the drama Tulsi (2008), the Malyalam psychological drama Elektra (2010), the anthology I Am 2010) and the romantic comedy Mappillai (2011) was praised. She took a break from acting after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012 and returned five years later with the coming-of-age woman-centric drama Dear Maya (2017). The next year, she featured in the Netflix production Lust Stories and the biography Sanju; the latter ranks as her highest-grossing release. In addition to acting in films, Koirala is a stage performer and has contributed as an author to the novel Healed, an account of her struggle with ovarian cancer. Koirala was appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund in 1999 and 2015, and was involved in the relief works after the April 2015 Nepal earthquake. She promotes causes such as women's rights, prevention of violence against women, prevention of human trafficking and cancer awareness.

Films

Manisha Koirala has worked on the following films:

I Am
2010 Indian film
2010
Indian
1996 film by Shankar
1996
Bombay
1995 film by Mani Ratnam
1995
Company
2002 Indian crime-thriller film
2002
Lajja
2001 film by Rajkumar Santoshi
2001
Baba
2002 film by Suresh Krissna
2002
Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story
2005 film by Akbar Khan
2005
Gupt: The Hidden Truth
1997 Hindi thriller film by Rajiv Rai
1997
Criminal
1995 Indian film in Telugu and Hindi
1994
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani
2002 Hindi film
2002
1942: A Love Story
1993 film by Vidhu Vinod Chopra
1993
Dear Maya
2017 film
2017
Saudagar
1991 Hindi film
1991
Mappillai
2011
Bhoot Returns
2012 film by Ram Gopal Varma
2012
Mann
1999 film by Indra Kumar
1999
Mumbai Express
2005 film by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao in Tamil
2005
Hindustan Ki Kasam
1999 film by Veeru Devgan
1999
Mumbai Xpress
2005 film by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao in Hindi
2005
Akele Hum Akele Tum
1995 film by Mansoor Khan
1995
Kachche Dhaage
Indian film 1999
1999
Khamoshi: The Musical
1996 film by Sanjay Leela Bhansali
1996
Agni Sakshi
1996 film by Partho Ghosh
1996
Anwar
2007 film by Manish Jha
2007
Sirf
2008
Sanju
Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish
2009 film by Deepti Naval
2009
Sangdil Sanam
1994 film by Shomu Mukherjee
1994
Mehbooba
2008 film by Afzal Khan
2008
Moksha
2001 Bollywood film
2001
Sanam
1997 film by Aziz Sejawal
1997
Grahan
2001 film by Shashilal K. Nair
2001
Lal Baadshah
1999 film by K. C. Bokadia
1999
First Love Letter
1991
Paisa Vasool
2004
Guddu
1995 film by Prem Lalwani
1995
Chaahat – Ek Nasha
2005 film by Jai Prakash
2005
Loha
1997 film by Kanti Shah
1997
Champion
2000 film
2000
Raja Ko Rani Se Pyar Ho Gaya
2000 film by T. K. Rajeev Kumar
2000
Baaghi
2000 film by Rajesh Kumar Singh
2000
Majhdhaar
1996 film by Esmayeel Shroff
1996
Achanak
1998 film by Naresh Malhotra
1998
Yugpurush
1998 film by Partho Ghosh
1998
Calcutta Mail
2003 film by Sudhir Mishra
2003
Kartoos
1999 film by Mahesh Bhatt
1999
Dushmani: A Violent Love Story
1995
Dhanwan
1993 film by Kasinathuni Viswanath
1993
Ek Chhotisi Love Story
2002 romantic film
2002
Chhupa Rustam: A Musical Thriller
2001 film by Aziz Sejawal
2001
Dil Ke Jharoke Main
1997
Insaniyat Ke Devta
1993 film by K. C. Bokadia
1993
Tum – A Dangerous Obsession
2004 film by Aruna Raje
2004
Ram Shastra
1995 film by Sanjay Gupta
1995
Khauff
2000 film by Sanjay Gupta
2000
Khela
2008 film by Rituparno Ghosh
2008
Yalgaar
1992 film by Feroz Khan
1992
Anjaane
2005
Edavappathy
2016 film by Lenin Rajendran
2016
Escape from Taliban
2003
Market
2003 film
2003
Yuhi Kabhi 1994
1994
Laawaris
1999
Tulsi
2008
Milan
1995 film by Mahesh Bhatt
1995
Anmol
1993 film by Ketan Desai
1993