Shabana Raza Bajpayee was born in 1975 in Nanded, Maharashta, and is an Indian film producer and actress, who has worked predominantly in Bollywood. While studying and working as a model, she was spotted on television by film director Vidhu Vinod Chopra and cast in his film Kareeb (1998). Chopra gave her the screen name “Neha”, to which she is often professionally referred. She acted across the following 10 years including most recognisably, Fiza (2000) and Acid Factory (2009). She later moved into production on the film Missing (2018) and Bhonsle (2019), which launched its first-look at the Cannes Film Festival and for which she received her first APSA nomination. She is married to APSA-winning Indian actor Manoj Bajpayee.

Accolades

Devashish Makhija and Abhayanand Singh and Shabana Raza Bajpayee and Sandiip Kapur and Piiyush Singh and Saurabh Gupta
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2019

Bhonsle

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2019

Bhonsle

In tumultuous Mumbai, at a time when scheming Maharashtrian politicians use violence to rid the state of North-Indian migrants, a soft-spoken and terminally-ill retired police…

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Films

Bhonsle
2018

Bhonsle

India
2018

Bhonsle

In tumultuous Mumbai, at a time when scheming Maharashtrian politicians use violence to rid the state of North-Indian migrants, a soft-spoken and terminally-ill retired police…

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