Archie Panjabi Biography
Archie Panjabi, real name Archana Panjabi, is a British actress born on born 31 May 1972 in Edgware, London to Govind and Padma Panjabi. Both Sindhi Hindu immigrants from India. Her ancestry belongs to Sindh, now in Pakistan; her parents settled in India after the Partition of India. She graduated from Brunel University with a degree in management studies in 1994. She is also classically trained in ballet.
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In one of the first deals for the 2019-2020 season, NBC has given a put pilot order to a legal drama with Archie attached to star, Variety has learned.
Panjabi would star as a successful LA attorney who leaves her comfortable, coastal bubble to practise law in America’s heartland: her home state of Wisconsin. She’s forced to confront preconceived stereotypes and realize there’s more that unites us than divides us.
Archie Panjabi The Fall
Panjabi left The Good Wife at the end of Season 6, and now it sounds like she had even more reason than just because she was getting her own show. Archie talked with Radio Times Magazine about how her sexy scene with Gillian Anderson on The Fall clued her into something that she found a little bothersome.
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With The Good Wife recently returned for its seventh season (praise!), the internet has been abuzz with the rumoured feud between Julianna Margulies and Archie. Panjabi is no longer on the show, but, when she was, she played the hugely popular character, Kalinda Sharma, crack investigator for the firm and a legit femme fatale. Although Kalinda was a fan favourite, she was technically a supporting role to the star of the series, Julianna Margulies, who plays Alicia Florrick, the unflappable wife of the philandering Peter Florrick and moral centre of the show. Because of Alicia’s icy exterior, Margulies has never inspired the type of fandom that the more charismatic Kalinda did, despite Margulies’ flawless, subtle acting, but the two characters (and actresses) balanced each other out well on camera, with a fluid, easy friendship.
Archie Panjabi Bend It Like Beckham
Bend It Like Beckham is a 2002 British family romantic comedy sports film produced, written and directed by Gurinder Chadha, and starring Parminder Nagra, Keira Knightley, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Anupam Kher, Shaznay Lewis and Archie.
The film’s title refers to the football player David Beckham and his skill at scoring from free kicks by curling the ball past a wall of defenders. It follows the 18-year-old daughter of Punjabi Sikhs in London. She is infatuated with football but her parents have forbidden her to play because she is a girl. She joins a local women’s team, which makes its way to the top of the league.
Archie Panjabi Blindspot
Archie has booked a return trip to Blindspot. She joined the show in season 2 as Nas Kamal.
Archie Panjabi Awards | Archie Panjabi The Good Wife
Panjabi was awarded the Chopard Trophy at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007. She was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for The Good Wife, winning in 2010. Archie won an NAACP Image Award in 2011 for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for the same role. She was also nominated for three SAG Awards with her co-stars of The Good Wife for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Archie Panjabi Husband | Archie Panjabi Rajesh Nihalani | Archie Panjabi Married
Panjabi married Rajesh Nihalani, a bespoke tailor, in 1998. The couple has no children.
Archie Panjabi Age
Panjabi was born on 31 May 1972 and she is 47 years of age as of 2019.
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Archie Panjabi Family
Panjabi’s father is called Govind Panjabi and mother Padma Panjabi. Her siblings include Ashwin Panjabi.
Both parents were Sindhi Hindu immigrants from India. Her ancestry belongs to Sindh, now in Pakistan; her parents settled in India after the Partition of India. She graduated from Brunel University with a degree in management studies in 1994. She is also classically trained in ballet.
Archie Panjabi Net Worth
Panjabi is a British actress who has a net worth of $3 million.
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Archie Panjabi Height
Panjabi has a height of 1.6 m.
Archie Panjabi Children
Panjambi has no children.
Archie Panjabi Height & Weight | Archie Panjabi Measurements
Dress Size: 5 (US) or 35 (EU)
Bra Size: 34B (or 75 B)
Shoe Size: 5 (US) or 35 (EU) or 4 (UK)
Measurements: 35-25-35 in or 89-63-89 cm
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
She weighs 110 lbs (50 kg).
Archie Panjabi Movies And TV Shows
- Blindspot (TV Show)
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Show)
- Departure (TV Show)
- Grease Monkeys (TV Show)
- Harry (TV Show)
- Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (TV Show)
- Life on Mars (TV Show)
- Live With Kelly and Ryan (TV Show)
- Masterpiece (TV Show)
- Personal Affairs (TV Show)
- Sea of Souls (TV Show)
- The Good Wife (TV Show)
- The Jury (TV Show)
- The Queen Latifah Show (TV Show)
- The View (TV Show)
- The Widower (TV Show)
- Today (TV Show)
- Traitor (Movie)
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Dating app Bumble plans international expansion for £100,000 female filmmakers’ scheme (exclusive)
Adopted From; screendaily.com
Published on; 28 FEBRUARY 2019
Last year, the company put up £100,000 to fund short films from five filmmaking teams from the UK and Ireland – the completed films were screened at an industry event in London earlier this year and are now being submitted to screen at festivals. They included A Battle In Waterloo, written and directed by Emma Moffat with producers Anna Hargreaves and Tilly Wilding Coulson, starring Jessie Buckley, and The Leaving Party, from writer-producer Helena Sutcliffe, director Emily Bray, writer-director Milly Garnier, and producer Jenn Thomas, starring Caroline Blakiston.
For the second edition, the project will also take submissions from both France and Germany, with five amounts of £20,000 again on offer to cover all production costs on five short films. The applications process is now open and will run until March 20, with 10 chosen teams to be invited to pitch to the judging panel in June this year.
A final five teams will then be given the green light and will be expected to deliver completed films by January 2020. Each team will receive mentoring from established industry figures to steer them through the filmmaking process. The company is accepting applications from anyone who identifies as a woman.
Bumble says it is renewing the initiative in response to the significant gender imbalance in the film industry, which was again evidenced by this year’s major awards contenders. There was not one female director nominated across the Oscars, Baftas, or Golden Globes in either the best director or best picture categories this year, while the Oscar winners were 73% male and Bafta winners were 66% male.
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Bumble has also unveiled the 13 judges who will select this year’s projects: Jane Featherstone, producer and founder of Sister Pictures; actress Phoebe Fox; broadcaster Emma Freud; filmmaker Maike Mia Höhne; Kate Kinninmont, the former CEO of Women in Film & TV (UK); actress Stacy Martin; producer Marianne Slot; film critic Anna Smith; Nicole Ackermann, managing partner of Mouna Studios and chair of Women in Film & Television Germany; director Amma Asante; actress Panjabi; director Christiana Ebohon-Green; and Bumble’s international VP of marketing and communications Louise Troen.
“The statistics are stark and the facts are simple – female filmmakers are underrepresented across all sectors of the international industry, and there needs to be an institutional shift in order to redress the balance,” commented Jane Featherstone.
“When I’m looking for a project to work on, most of them are by male directors. It’s very frustrating to read so little stories about women and made by women. The film industry is changing, it is becoming more diverse and more gender-balanced. But there is still a lot of work to be done and this needs to happen at the very beginning of film making,” added Stacy Martin.
“Lip service is paid to greater equality but it’s not happening. We need action,” added Kate Kinninmont.