Gracy Singh is a warm, passionate, simple and a graceful dancer, She is complete natural in front of the camera, Seeing her performance it seems that this popular television actress is looking forward to be a great actress in the coming uears of indian cinema.

Better known as Dinki in the popular serial Amaanat, Gracy Singh recently made her Bharatanatyam debut, recreating an old charm and she believes that she did well.

Slow and steady wins the race. That seems to be true of Gracy Singh, the unsung heroine of last year’s smash hit, Lagaan.

Nobody had given the petite Delhi girl a chance in hell to establish herself as a lead actress in an industry where glamour dolls rule the roost. She, they said, possesses neither the looks nor the aura to set the box office on fire.

Gracy did not help her cause by confessing in interview after candid interview that wasn’t really cut out for the starry grind. What scared her the most, she admitted, was the thought of being featured in the gossip columns of filmi rags. Mercifully, the damage hasn’t been permanent. It is now amply clear that Gracy won’t be a one-film wonder.

Close on the heels of the news that she has been signed up by Shyam Benegal to play a pivotal role in his next film, it has been reported that Gracy has finally been offered not one, but two mainstream Hindi films. One of them, a Ripples Entertainment film to be directed by Satish Kaushik, will feature Anil Kapoor opposite her, while the other film on her plate at the moment is a Pahlaj Nihalani production.

Welcome to the rigmarole, Gracy! An all-out crack at it won’t do you any harm.


Movies Done By Gracy Singh

  • 1997–2002 Amanat Dinky or Amrita Hindi TV series for Zee TV
  • 1998 Prithviraj Chauhan Chakori Hindi TV series for Doordarshan
  • 1999 Hu Tu Tu Shanti Hindi
  • 1999 Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain Maya Hindi Credited as Gracy
  • 2001 Lagaan Gauri Hindi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut
  • 2002 Santhosham Padmavathi Telugu Dubbed in Hindi as Pehli Nazar Ka Pehla Pyaar
  • 2002 Tappu Chesi Pappu Kudu Radhika Rani Telugu
  • 2003 Armaan Dr. Neha Mathur Hindi
  • 2003 Gangaajal Anuradha Hindi
  • 2003 Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Dr. Suman “Chinki” Asthana Hindi
  • 2004 Muskaan Muskaan Hindi
  • 2005 Shart: The Challenge Sonam Hindi
  • 2005 Wajahh: A Reason to Kill Trishna Bhargava Hindi
  • 2005 Yehi Hai Zindagi Vasundhara Rao Hindi
  • 2006 The White Land Sudha Patel Hindi
  • 2006 Choodiyan Simran Hindi
  • 2007 Lakh Pardesi Hoiye Neha Punjabi
  • 2007 Chanchal Chanchal Hindi
  • 2008 Deshdrohi Sonia Patil Hindi
  • 2008 Dekh Bhai Dekh Babli Lala Hindi
  • 2009 Vighnaharta Shree Siddhivinayak Herself Hindi Guest appearance
  • 2009 Loudspeaker Annie Malayalam
  • 2009 Aseema Prof. Aseema L. Patnayak Hindi
  • 2009 Meghave Meghave Charmi aka Chandramukhi Kannada
  • 2010 Rama Rama Krishna Krishna Gauthami Telugu Cameo appearance
  • 2010 Ramdev Shilpa Telugu
  • 2011 Milta Hai Chance By Chance Megha Hindi
  • 2011 Sai Ek Prerna Herself Hindi Guest appearance
  • 2011 Andhala Doctor Maria Marathi
  • 2012 Dangerous Ishq Maharani Meerabai Hindi
  • 2012 Aappan Pher Milange Gulaab Punjabi
  • 2012 Qayamat Hi Qayamat Herself Hindi Special appearance in a song
  • 2012 Baba Ramsaa Peer Dalibai Gujarati
  • 2013 Janta V/S Janardan – Bechara Aam Aadmi Hindi
  • 2013 Mahabharat Aur Barbareek Morvi Hindi
  • 2013 Blue Mountains Vani Sharma Hindi
  • 2013 Samadhi Mukto Bengali
  • 2015 Chooriyan Simran Punjabi
  • 2015–2017 Santoshi Maa Santoshi Maa / Sadhvi Maa Hindi TV series for &TV
  • 2020–present Santoshi Maa – Sunayein Vrat Kathayein Santoshi Maa Hindi TV series for &TV


Awards Received By Gracy Singh

  • 2002: Won – IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Female – Special Award for Lagaan
  • 2002: Won – Screen Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female for Lagaan
  • 2002: Won – Zee Cine Award for Best Female Debut for Lagaan
  • 2002: Nominated – Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for Lagaan
  • 2002: Nominated – Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu for Santhosham
  • 2019: Won – Global Excellence Awards 2019 – Award for contribution to Indian cinema