Actresses with Zero Bad Films

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Audrey Hepburn

Hepburn broke out with Roman Holiday and was largely a star of lighter studio pictures, though her screen presence was absolutely mesmerising as she embraced the varied roles that were offered to her.

Sharmila Tagore

Tagore broke into films as a teenager, initially working in Bengali cinema with doyens like Satyajit Ray before transitioning to Hindi films, which truly exploited her potential to do a variety of roles.

Waheeda Rehman

Rehman started out as a teenager too, appearing in Tamil and Telugu cinema before establishing herself in Mumbai with Raj Khosla's shadowy noir C.I.D.

Smita Patil

Patil was one of the icons of the Parallel Wave in the 70s and 80s, delivering multiple compelling performances in films of great importance and also dabbling in lighter cinema with the likes of Namak Halaal.

Tilda Swinton

Swinton plays heroes and villains and ambivalent personalities with the same rigidity of dedication, crafting each of them into very distinct individuals as the narrative plays out.

Cate Blanchett

Blanchett has played medieval warrior queens, closeted middle-aged women from the 50s, and obsessive artists with the same verve and finesse, seldom allowing herself to be detached from the character she is portraying.

Carey Mulligan

Mulligan has established herself as one of the most dependable actors of her time with subdued yet radiating prowess, shining in smaller projects like Blue Valentine and in films like Maestro.

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