The world of OTT platforms has witnessed a stellar lineup of female performers, each leaving an indelible mark with their compelling portrayals. From Yami Gautam Dhar's back-to-back hits to Kareena Kapoor Khan's transformation in "Jaane Jaan," these women have redefined excellence in the digital realm. Let's delve into the standout performances that have earned them the title of "OTT Women Performer of the Year."
Yami Gautam Dhar (Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga, Lost, OMG 2)
She gave back-to-back hits with Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga, Lost, and OMG 2. Her film Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga was widely loved and was the most-watched Hindi film on Netflix. She continues to deliver outstanding performances with every project of hers.
Kareena Kapoor Khan (Jaane Jaan)
Kareena was seen playing a different role from anything that she has ever before and viewers were extremely excited to see Kareena in the film.
Sobhita Dhulipala (The Night Manager, Made In Heaven)
Playing Kaveeri in The Night Manager and Tara Khanna in Made in Heaven 2. Sobhita Dhulipala reprised her role and fans were in awe of her.
Sushmita Sen (Aarya , Taali)
Sushmita Sen proved once again how she can pull off any role possible by her portrayal in Aarya 3 and Taali.
Kajol (The Trial)
In The Trial, Kajol takes on the role of Noyonika who is forced to return as a practising lawyer after her husband Rajeev, a judge, is imprisoned.
Tara Sutaria (Apurva)
The actress once again showed her phenomenal acting in the action thriller movie Apurva where she starred at Apurva.
Janhvi Kapoor (Bawaal)
Janhvi plays the role of Nisha, who is an epilepsy patient and was widely praised for her portrayal of the character.
Mona Singh (Made in Heaven , Kafas and Kaala Paani)
Mona Singh took on the role of bulbul in Made in Heaven 2, Dr. Soudamini Singh in Kaala Paani and Seema Vashisht. She delivered exceptional performances in all the 3 shows and was loved by the audience.
In a year filled with outstanding digital content, these actresses have not only embraced diverse roles but have also showcased their prowess in the evolving landscape of OTT platforms. From the gripping narratives of Sushmita Sen's "Aarya" to Mona Singh's multifaceted characters in "Made in Heaven," "Kafas," and "Kaala Pani," these women have proven that they are not just actors but storytellers who bring depth and authenticity to the characters they inhabit. As we celebrate their contributions, it's evident that the era of OTT is not just a medium shift but a paradigm shift in the way we perceive and appreciate stellar performances.