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Ileana D'Cruz (born 2 November 1987) is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Telugu cinema. Starting her career as a model, she made her feature film debut in Y. V. S. Chowdhary's 2007 Telugu film Devadasu, for which she won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South.

She then went on to appear in film like Pokiri (2006), Jalsa (2008), Kick (2009), and Julayi(2012), establishing herself as one of Tollywood's leading actresses.[1] D'Cruz made herKollywood debut earlier in 2006 with Kedi and made a comeback in Shankar's Nanban(2012).[2] In 2012, she made her Bollywood debut with Anurag Basu's critically and commercially successful Barfi!, for which she received critical appreciation and theFilmfare Award for Best Female Debut.


Career
2005–2007

In 2005, D'Cruz was called for an audition by director Teja, but the project was cancelled.[9] She instead made her feature film debut in the Telugu language romance film Devadasu (2006), directed by Y. V. S. Chowdhary. She underwent acting classes with Aruna Bhikshu, before starting to work on the film. She recalls that during filming she felt "pressured [...] almost cried and didn't want to go further", but went ahead after her mother encouraged her, giving her "the lecture of a lifetime [...] at 3 am."[11] A review from Indiaglitzstated that she "has chiseled features and a figure to die-for."[12] Devadasu became the year's first major commercial success, eventually grossing around 140 million,[13] whilst earning D'Cruz the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debutant.[14] She next appeared in the gangster film Pokiri in which she portrayed an aerobics teacher, who is harassed by a corrupt police officer.[15] The film was a high financial success, emerging as the highest-grossing Telugu film at the time.[16][17]

She made her Tamil-language film debut in Kedi (2006). Although the film did not do so well at the box-office,[17] D'Cruz remained too busy to accept all the film roles offered to her.[18] Her Telugu film Khatarnak (2006) in which she acted opposite Ravi Teja did not do as well as expected, which has been attributed to her glamorous appearance not going down well with the audience.[17] She subsequently experienced a setback in her career as her following releases Rakhi (2006) and Munna (2007) proved critically and financially successful


2007–2011

D'Cruz's career took a turn for the better[vague] with the release of her well-received 2007 film Aata.[17] She received favorable reviews for her performance as Satya, a college student who is on the run from the home minister's crooked son by whom she is targeted, when leading a protest and demanding punishment for his crimes.[19] In 2008, she performed the female lead role in the action film Jalsa, directed by Trivikram Srinivas. D'Cruz received largely positive remarks, with critics citing that she looked "pretty",[20] "damn cool",[21]and "every bit chic and stunning throughout the film",[22] while being later awarded the Santosham Award, one of five awards forJalsa,[23] and the South Scope Style Award, besides garnering a nomination for the Best Actress prize at the 56th Filmfare Awards South. Her first 2009 release, titled Kick, was likewise declared a box office success,[24][25] becoming one of the highest-grossing films that year.[26]

Later that year she starred in the films Rechipo and Y. V. S. Choudary's Saleem both of which performed poorly at the box office.[27]

D'Cruz had 2 releases in 2011. Her first film that year was Shakti, where she essayed the lead female role. She gave a stage performance for this movie's audio release function along with Jr. NTR, as part as promotion of the film. The socio-fantasy film, the costliest Telugu film ever made at 450,000,000,.[28] Her next release was Nenu Naa Rakshasi, which marked her second collaboration with Puri Jagannadh. Though the film was a failure, her performance was received positively by critics; an Indiaglitz reviewer described her as a "pleasant surprise in the film" as she "cried, smirked, looked hot, grabbed sympathy and made faces that were apt to the scenes",[29] while cinegoer's reviewer cited that the film had "one bright spot, Ileana, she looks stunning and also like an accomplished senior to the hero."[30] Despite her recent failures, D'Cruz continued to be the highest paid actress in South India.[31][32]
2012–present[edit]

In early 2012, she starred in the Kollywood film Nanban, a remake of the 2009 Hindi film 3 Idiots directed by S. Shankar. The film opened to critical acclaim and became a major financial success.[2] Her next release was the Telugu film Julai. The film opened to positive reviews and became the third biggest hit in 2012 and biggest hit in Telugu.[33] She then starred in Puri Jagannadh's comedyDevudu Chesina Manushulu. In this film she played the role of a taxi driver.[34] The film received mixed reviews and eventually under-performed at the box office.[35]

D'Cruz made her Hindi debut with Anurag Basu's Barfi!.[36] In addition to playing the role of the narrator, she portrayed the character of Shruti Ghosh, a girl who leaves her true love for material comforts. The movie released on 14 September 2012,[37] to highly positive reviews from critics,[38] and was a major commercial success, earning 1.75 billion (US$30 million) worldwide.[39] D'Cruz's performance was well received, earning her a Filmfare Best Female Debut Award, as well as a nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. Rachit Gupta from Filmfare said "This is Ileana’s first film but her fantastic performance is just a testament why the Telugu audience consider her a superstar. Of course it also helps that she is the most visually appealing in Barfi! out shining even the scenic hills of Darjeeling".[40] Rajeev Masand stated "Ileana leaves a lasting impression in her Hindi film debut, conveying both love and pain through those beautiful, expressive eyes".[41] The film was screened at the Busan International Film Festival,[42] Marrakech International Film Festival[43] and was chosen as India’s official entry to the Oscars for the 85th Academy Awards.

Upcoming projects[edit]

She is working in a Hindi film called Phata Poster Nikla Hero, which is planned to release in August 2013.

Filmography[edit]

YearFilmRoleLanguageNotes
2006DevadasuBhanuTeluguFilmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South
2006PokiriShrutiTelugu
2006KediAarthiTamil
2006KhatarnakNakshatraTelugu
2006RakhiTripuraTelugu
2007MunnaNidiTelugu
2007AataSathyaTelugu
2008JalsaBhagyamathiTeluguNominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu
2008Bhale DongaluJyothiTelugu
2009KickNainaTeluguNominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu
2009RechipoKrishna VeniTelugu
2009SaleemSatyavathiTelugu
2010Huduga HudugiHerselfKannadaCameo Appearance
2011ShaktiAishwaryaTelugu
2011Nenu Naa RakshasiMeenakshi,
Shravya
Telugu
2012NanbanRiaTamil
2012JulaiMadhuTelugu
2012Devudu Chesina ManushuluIleanaTelugu
2012Barfi!Shruti Ghosh/SenguptaHindiFilmfare Award for Best Female Debut
Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
2013Phata Poster Nikla HeroKajalHindiFilming
2014Main Tera HeroHindiFilming
2014Happy EndingHindiPre-production

Awards and nominations[edit]

YearFilmAwardCategoryResult
2007DevadasuFilmfare Awards SouthBest Female DebutWon
2009JalsaFilmfare Awards SouthBest Telugu ActressNominated
Santosham Film AwardsBest ActressNominated
South Scope Style AwardsBest ActressWon[45]
2010KickFilmfare Awards SouthBest Telugu ActressNominated
2012Barfi!Vogue Beauty AwardsFresh FaceWon[46]
BIG Star Entertainment AwardsMost Entertaining Actor (Film) Debut - FemaleNominated[47]
ETC Bollywood Business AwardsMost Profitable Debut (Female)Won[48]
2013Filmfare AwardsBest Female DebutWon[49]
Best Supporting ActressNominated[50]
Screen AwardsMost Promising Newcomer - FemaleWon[51]
Best Supporting ActressNominated[51]
Zee Cine AwardsBest Female DebutWon[52]
Stardust AwardsSuperstar of Tomorrow – FemaleNominated[53]
Star Guild AwardsBest Female DebutWon[54]
Times of India Film AwardsBest Debut - FemaleWon[55]