Amrita Prakash is an Indian film actress and model. who has acted in both Bollywood and Malayalam films. She began her Acting career when she was 4 years old. She has since, been seen in a myriad of Bollywood Films, TVCs and television reality and fiction shows.
Amrita started her career as a 4 year old, with advertising. Her first TVC was for a local footwear company in Kerala. After which, over the course of her childhood she did over 50 commercials for prominent brands including Rasna, Ruffles Lays, Glucon-D, Dabur, etc. She was the face of Lifebuoy Soaps packaging for over two years. More recently she has been seen in commercials for Sunsilk, Gitts Processed Foods, etc.
Her stint with television started when she was 9 years old with a drama show in which she played Gautami Gadgil’s niece. Right after which she bagged her own show at 11years of age- Fox Kids on Star Plus. She was seen anchoring Fox Kids, a cartoon show on Star Plus for about 5 years, making her character of Miss India hugely popular, especially amongst the kids.
She however became the country’s sweetheart with her first film in 2002- Anubhav Sinha’s Tum Bin, where she played the pivotal part of Milli. Her performance was loved and appreciated and she went on to get nominated as Best Child Artiste in several Lobbies.
Post Tum Bin, Amrita continued with television. When she was 14, she was chosen to be part of India’s first Reality Show titled Kya Masti Kya Dhoom which she co-anchored alongside Bollywood Actress sonali Bendre for over two years.
She went on to do various television series and dramas through her adolescence, along with her academics. Amongst others, she worked on tv shows like CATS- Sony, Smriti- Star Plus, Koi Apna Sa- Zee TV, Kya Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat, Star Bestsellers- Star Plus, Rishtey- Sony, Saath Phere- Zee TV, Yeh Meri Life Hai- Sony. Her last television drama, where she played one of the lead protagonists Sanskriti was Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai for Zee TV before she took a break from television.
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