Why Urmila Matondkar Was Best At Psychological Roles?


Urmila Matondkar, Bollywood actress critically acclaimed performer for several psychological roles that include Kaun, Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, Bhoot, Ek Hasina Thi and others.

She could be recognized as a great performer in those roles because of a physical trait ‘White Shows’ seen around iris. Because of this trait, she has a ability to perform these roles with conviction. This physical trait indicates stressed to the point of possible violence and this made to look great on the screen. Any psychological scenes showed this trait made it right in those movies. This means to say that she has ability to utilize this trait and make the role appear as needed.

Amrita Foundation thank her for entraining us through various movies and wish her for a great life ahead.

Do you like to know your traits?

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We hope you enjoyed reading this article. Good day! God be with you always!

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