Critically Acclaimed Indian Films on Netflix

Mili Joshi is a happy and lively young woman who wants to become an actress. Urmila Matondkar played her in this romantic drama directed by Ram Gopal Varma. Along with Aamir Khan and Jackie Shroff, she played Mili.

Rangeela (1995)

Urmila played Vidya, a simple girl who gets caught in the underworld, in Ram Gopal Varma's film. Critics and audiences lauded her performance, especially in emotional scenes.

Satya (1998)

Ram Gopal Varma directed the psychological thriller "Kaun," which starred Urmila Matondkar in a stunning role. As a lonely woman stuck in her house during a storm, she played a role that kept people on the edge of their seats with tension and suspense.

Kaun (1999)

In this romantic thriller, Urmila played Ria Jaiswal, a woman whose obsession becomes dangerous manipulation. She was lauded for her portrayal of the complex character, which showed her ability to portray grey.

Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (2001)

The actress Urmila Matondkar gave a terrifying performance in Ram Gopal Varma's scary movie "Bhoot." When she played Swati, a woman possessed by a vengeful spirit, she showed how versatile she was by convincingly showing fear and weakness.

Bhoot (2003)

Urmila played Puro, a young woman kidnapped during India's partition. Her complex portrayal of a woman traumatized and resilient in communal violence was lauded.

Pinjar (2003) 

In Sriram Raghavan's neo-noir thriller, Urmila Matondkar shined. Playing Sarika Vartak, a woman seeking revenge on her wrongdoers.

Ek Hasina Thi (2004)