Isha Talwar: Journey From Malayalam Cinema To Bollywood | Awards | Family | Controversies

Isha Talwar: Journey From Malayalam Cinema To Bollywood | Awards | Family | Controversies

Jun 22, 2018

Isha Talwar is an Indian film actress who mainly works in the Malayalam industry. She is a former model and also did a lot of commercials. She finally made her debut with the Malayalam film Thattathin Marayathu.

Isha Talwar played a Muslim girl in the movie who was in love with a Hindu boy and the film became a big hit and it was also listed in the Top five Malayalam Films of 2012. She was also titled as the Most Desirable Woman in the Malayalam industry in 2015. She also made her Tamil debut from the movie Thillu Millu in 2013. Isha made her Bollywood debut with the film Kaalakandi opposite Saif Ali Khan.

Awards And Recognitions Isha Talwar:

Awards and recognitions Isha Talwar |

Isha won the Asianet Film Award for the Best Star Pair for the movie Thattathin Marayathu. She won Vanitha Film Award for Best Debut for the same film in 2013. She also got the Amrita TV Film Award for Best Pair for the same film. She bagged the Division Award for New Sensation in acting in 2013. She also got the Indian Movie Award in Qatar for Best Debutant actress for the same film in the same year. She got the SIIMA Award for Best Female Debutant in 2013.

Isha Talwar Movies:

  1. Thattathin Marayathu
  2. Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde
  3. Bangalore Days
  4. Thillu Mullu
  5. Raja Cheyyi Vesthe
  6. Balyakalasakhi
  7. I Love Me
  8. God’s Own Country 2014
  9. Kaalakaandi
  10. Two Countries
  11. Maine Pyar Kiya 2014
  12. Ulsaha Committee
  13. Bhaskar the Rascal
  14. Ranma
  15. Crossroad

Isha Talwar Education Qualifications:

College: St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai

Degree in Economics

Isha Talwar Family:

Isha Talwar Family |

Father: Vinod Talwar Known (Executive Producer)

Mother: Suman Talwar

Brother: Vikaas Talwar

Isha Talwar Controversies:

Actor R Pratibhan was caught in a controversy when he addressed her as the most beautiful lady and that even Lord Shiva would long to sing with her instead of Parvathi.


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