Kajol’s Best Filmfare Awards Moments | Kajol Best Actress Kuch Kuch Hota Hai | Birthday Special

Kajol’s Best Filmfare Awards Moments | Kajol Best Actress Kuch Kuch Hota Hai | Birthday Special

Kajol has been one of the most loved and adored actresses in Bollywood for nearly three decades. Kajol made her debut in 1992 with Bekhudi and went on to win her first Filmfare Award in 1995 for Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge. That was only the start of her long and successful career. She later proved her mettle in Gupt for which she received the Filmfare Award for Best Villain in 1997. Kajol also has the award for Best Actress for three more films which include Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Fanaa and My Name is Khan.

An unconventional beauty who broke the standards of vanity and emerged as a superstar in the ‘90s, Kajol is an actor who has redefined movies with her defiance. She started out in 1992 with Bekhudi and did not take long to make a place for herself in the industry soon after. From girl-next-door characters, to villainous twists in her tale and iconising several roles she played on the big screen, Kajol was a force to reckon with twenty years ago and she continues to hold a similar grip on the audiences even today.

The actress is one of the most successful, in regards to accolades and box-office and her run continues even today. As she turns 45 today, we take you back to her wins at the Filmfare Awards. Not much of a talker on stage, Kajol has few but emotional words to say after winning her awards. Take a look at her glorious moments in this video.

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