The savvy Lillete Dubey is an acclaimed television and film artist.
The savvy Lillete Dubey is an acclaimed television and film artist. She has even directed plays in theater and was a part of the Theatre Action Group in New Delhi. For little Lillete, the theater was a passion since her school days. Her famous play ‘Dance like a Man’ is the longest English running play in India and has even featured on the Broadway. This play has completed nearly 500 shows worldwide. She runs a theater company called The Primetime Theatre. Her acts in theater include 30 Days in September, Kanyadaan and Sammy. Aadhe Adhure happens to be her first Hindi play. Lillete Dubey is a Sindhi whose father was an engineer and mother was a gynecologist in the Indian Army. She was born on 7th September 1953 in Pune, India as Lillete Kiswani. Her father wanted that his daughter has a modern sounding name. So he named her as Lillete meaning ‘Little Leela’, Leela being her mother’s name. Lillete has two post-graduation degrees, one in English and the other in Mass Communication. She has taken music classes as a small girl. Lillete Dubey has a string of hit films to her credit. The most notable roles are in the movies Monsoon Wedding, Kal Ho Na Ho, Baghban and Housefull. She has acted in the British movie The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and its sequel too. The film starred the likes of Maggie Smith and Judi Dench. She has also acted in Dr. Cabbie, a Canadian film. Her television stints include roles in the series Kabhie Kabhie and Mumbai Calling. She has also starred in a couple of web series that are Akoori and Adhe Adhure. She has also acted in the British Television series Indian Summers. She has appeared in one of the episodes of the serial Darr Sabko Lagta Hai. Lillete married Ravi Dubey who was the youngest General Manager of the Taj Mansingh Hotel. He later held the position of Senior Vice president of Corporate Communications at the Tata Group. He died in 2015 due to pancreatic cancer. Lillete has two daughters with Ravi Dubey who are also into theater, television, and films.
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