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Awards of, Ileana D'Cruz

Filmfare Best female Debut (South) – Devadasu (2006)
Santosham Best Actress Award – Jalsa (2008)
South Scope Style Award for Best Actress – Jalsa (2008)[27]
Filmfare Awards South
2008: Best Telugu Actress – Jalsa
2009: Best Telugu Actress – Kick (2009)

Filmography of Ileana D'Cruz

Year Film Role Language Notes
2006 Devadasu Bhanumathi Katamraju Telugu Winner, Filmfare Best Female Debut (South)
2006 Pokiri Shruti Telugu
2006 Kedi Aarthi Tamil
2006 Khatarnak Nakshatra Telugu
2006 Rakhi Tripura Telugu
2007 Munna Nidhi Telugu
2007 Aata Sathya Telugu
2008 Jalsa Bhagyamathi Telugu Winner, Santosham Best Actress Award
Nominated, Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award
2008 Bhale Dongalu Jyothi Telugu
2009 Kick Naina Telugu Nominated, Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award
2009 Rechipo Krishna Veni Telugu
2009 Saleem Satyavathi Telugu
2010 Huduga Hudugi Herself Kannada Special appearance
2011 Shakti Aishwarya Mahadevaraya Telugu
2011 Nenu Naa Rakshasi Meenakshi Telugu
2012 Nanban Tamil
2012 Barfee Hindi Filming
2012   Devudu Chesina Manushulu   Ileana   Telugu
2012     Barfi!    Shruti Ghosh/Sengupta   Hindi
2013     Phata Poster Nikla Hero      Kajal    Hindi
2014    Main Tera Hero Sunaina   Hindi
2014   Happy Ending    Hindi
2015   Fan

Career of Ileana D'Cruz

n 2005, D'Cruz was called for an audition by director Teja, but the project was cancelled.She instead made her feature film debut in the Telugu language romance film Devadasu (2006), directed by Y. V. S. Chowdhary. She underwent acting classes with Aruna Bhikshu, before starting to work on the film. She recalls that during filming she felt "pressured  almost cried and didn't want to go further", but went ahead after her mother encouraged her, giving her "the lecture of a lifetime  at 3 am." Upon release, critics were in praise of Ileana, particularly referring to her physique and looks; Jeevi of Idlebrain wrote that Ileana "makes a cool debut. She is good at histrionics and has a fabulous body any woman would love to possess. She has great legs and nice physique", while a review from Indiaglitz noted that she "has chiseled features and a figure to die-for." Devadasu, which also marked its lead actor Ram's acting debut, became the year's first major commercial success, eventually grossing around  14 crores, whilst earning Ileana the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debutant. She next appeared opposite Mahesh Babu in the action flick Pokiri in which she portrayed an aerobics teacher, who is harassed by a corrupt police officer. The film was a huge financial success, emerging the highest-grossing Telugu film of all time until then, as well as Ileana's biggest commercial success so far.
Later that year, she made her Tamil-language film debut in Kedi (2006). Although the film did not do so well at the box-office,[17] D'Cruz remained too busy to accept all the film roles offered to her. Her Telugu film Khatarnak (2006) in which she acted opposite Ravi Teja did not do as well as expected, which has been attributed to her glamorous appearance not going down well with the audience. She subsequently experienced a setback in her career as her following releases Rakhi (2006) and Munna (2007) proved critically and financially unsuccessful.
D'Cruz's career took a turn for the better with the release of her well-received 2007 film Aata, acting opposite Siddharth. She received favorable reviews for her performance as Satya, a college student who is on the run from the home minister's crooked son by whom she is targeted, when leading a protest and demanding punishment for his crimes. Idlebrain described her as "gorgeous" and a "treat to watch to the eyes". In 2008, she performed a lead role opposite Pawan Kalyan in Jalsa, directed by Trivikram Srinivas. In spite of opening to mixed reviews, the film turned out to become a high financial success. Ileana received largely positive remarks, with critics citing that she looked "pretty", "damn cool", and "every bit chic and stunning through out the film", while being later awarded the Santosham Award, one of five awards for Jalsa, and the South Scope Style Award, besides garnering a nomination for the Best Actress prize at the 56th Filmfare Awards South. Her first 2009 release, titled Kick, was likewise declared a box office success, becoming one of the highest-grossing films that year. Later that year she starred in the films Rechipo and Y. V. S. Choudary's Saleem alongside Vishnu Manchu, both of which performed poorly at the box office. Huduga Hudugi, her first Kannada film, became her only 2010 release; she performed an item number, "Ileana Ileana", in the film.
Ileana then essayed the female lead role in Shakti, opposite Jr. NTR, which whom she worked earlier in Rakhi. The high-budget socio-fantasy film was panned by critics and became a commercial failure. She later admitted that the film was a "big disaster" and did not promote the film, citing that the film's script had been changed during the shooting and that she could not "connect to the story". Her next release was Nenu Naa Rakshasi, which marked her second collaboration with Puri Jagannadh, following the success of Pokiri. Her performance was received positively by critics; an Indiaglitz reviewer described her as a "pleasant surprise in the film" as she "cried, smirked, looked hot, grabbed sympathy and made faces that were apt to the scenes", while cinegoer's reviewer cited that the film had "one bright spot, Ileana, she looks stunning and also like an accomplished senior to the hero." She is currently shooting for her second Tamil venture, S. Shankar's Nanban, a remake of the hugely successful and acclaimed 2009 Hindi film 3 Idiots, with Ileana essaying the character originally played by Kareena Kapoor. She would also make her Hindi debut with the Anurag Basu directorial Barfee, as the role of a narrator starring alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra in lead roles.
Apart from movies Ileana is passionate about horses. She has mastered the art of horse riding

Early Life of Ileana D'Cruz

Ileana was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra as the second child to her parents Ronaldo and Samira. She has three siblings – older sister Farrah, younger brother Rhys and youngest sister Eileen. Her first name comes from Greek mythology. While growing up, she lived in Goa for about seven years.
During that time, the manager of the hotel her mother was working in, suggested that she should start modelling and fixed a meeting with Marc Robinson. Though initially reluctant, she was persuaded and her first portfolio was created in January 2003, which she described as a "disaster". She began gaining notice through photo shoots and ramp shows and her second portfolio was set up the following year, which landed her three advertisements from Electrolux, Emami Talc and Fair and Lovely. The latter, in particular, which was directed by Rakesh Roshan, gave her exposure and brought in several offers for acting in feature films

Biography of Ileana D'Cruz

Telugu sweet heart, 5' 5" tall, Ileana D'Cruz, who hails from Mumbai, India. Ileana D'Cruz was born omn August 19, 1987 in a Christian Family. Her father is a christian and mother Sameera was a Muslim before the marriage, after the marriage she embraced Christianity. She has three sisters and two brothers. Her parents named her name after Ileana From greek mythology. After completing graduation she joined films. From her childhood itself she dreamed to become an actress. Modeling and advertisements gave her a good platform for her entry into the movie world. The director of Ileana’s debut movie spotted her from a popular fairness cream advertisement film and gave her the offer in his movie. She made her Telugu language dйbut through Y.V.S. Chowdhary's Devadasu. Ileana got many offers after that film and she instantly became a hot property in Tollywood. At one point she was top actress in Tollywood.

Her breakthrough came with her second Telugu film where she essayed the role of Shruti opposite Mahesh Babu in the immensely successful Pokiri. She is considered as a hardworking and sincere actress. In one of the interviews to a TV channel, Mahesh babu himself praised her talents and co-operation in the sets.

Ileana is currently working in Telugu, Tamil and hindi film industries. But her main career is in tollywood only.

Ileana D'Cruz

Ileana D'Cruz (born 1 November) is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Telugu cinema. Starting her career as a model, she made her feature film debut in Y.V.S. Chowdhary's 2006 Telugu film Devadasu. She went on to appear in commercially successful ventures Pokiri (2006), Jalsa (2008) and Kick, establishing herself as one of Telugu cinema's leading actresses