Nimrat Kaur

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Nimrat Kaur (born 13 March 1982) is an Indian film and stage actress. Starting her career as a print model, Nimrat moved to doing theater with directors Sunil Shanbag and Manav Kaul in Mumbai. She has been part of plays like Baghdad Wedding (2012), All About Women and Red Sparrow.

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You need to check out how gorgeous this actress is turning day by day! From her simplest ignored and lonely housewife avatar in The Lunchbox, we saw her last night in an Audi event in an absolute diva state!
Nimrat Kaur says the scope of roles for Indian actors has widened across the globe.
Lunchbox actress Nimrat Kaur, or better known as Cadbury girl, has started shooting for her new film Airlift, with Akshay Kumar.
Actor Nimrat Kaur's role as the nefarious Tasneem Qureshi, a Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence officer, in the American series Homeland may have got her a notorious reputation among TV watchers in the US, but Kaur isn't complaining.
Not many may have noticed the tattoo on actor Nimrat Kaur's left wrist, that reads Zainab.
After earning critical acclaim for her last film, The Lunchbox (2013), Nimrat Kaur has now been receiving praise for her role in the popular international TV show, Homeland. And one of her fans happens to be Kareena Kapoor Khan.
Nimrat Kaur is set to take off to Los Angeles, USA, to attend the Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAGA) on January 25, as part of the ensemble cast of the hit American thriller show, Homeland.
Actor Nimrat Kaur, who has been appreciated for her work in the BAFTA nominated film The Lunchbox (2013), says that she values this appreciation more than the accolades and awards which the film wins.
Model-turned-actor Nimrat Kaur, who is riding high on the success of her critically acclaimed film, The Lunchbox (2013), says her world has completely changed post the film's release.
At a time when Bollywood is making a lot of films with men in uniform as protagonists, actor Nimrat Kaur, who lost her army officer-father in a terrorist attack in 1994, rues that such films are not well researched.

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