In this romantic drama directed by Ram Gopal Varma, Urmila Matondkar played the role of Mili Joshi, a cheerful and vivacious young woman with dreams of becoming an actress. Her portrayal of Mili, alongside Aamir Khan and Jackie Shroff.
Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, Urmila portrayed the character of Vidya, a simple and innocent girl who becomes entangled in the underworld. Her performance in the film, particularly in the emotionally intense scenes, was highly praised by both critics and audiences.
Urmila Matondkar delivered a captivating performance in the psychological thriller "Kaun," directed by Ram Gopal Varma. Playing the role of a lonely woman trapped in her home during a storm, her portrayal kept audiences on the edge of their seats with its suspense and tension.
In this romantic thriller, Urmila essayed the role of Ria Jaiswal, a woman whose obsession turns into dangerous manipulation. Her portrayal of the complex character earned her critical acclaim and showcased her ability to portray shades of grey on screen.
Urmila Matondkar delivered a spine-chilling performance in Ram Gopal Varma's horror film "Bhoot." Playing the role of Swati, a woman possessed by a vengeful spirit, she showcased her versatility by portraying fear and vulnerability with conviction.
Urmila portrayed the character of Puro, a young woman abducted during the partition of India. Her nuanced performance, depicting the trauma and resilience of a woman caught in the midst of communal violence, was widely acclaimed.
Urmila Matondkar delivered a powerful performance in this neo-noir thriller directed by Sriram Raghavan. Playing the role of Sarika Vartak, a woman seeking revenge against those who wronged her.