Bela Bose was a productive dancer and star in Hindi cinemas during the era of the 1960s and 70s. She was one of the famous dancers in Hindi movies along with Aruna Irani and Helen. She began her career as a schoolgirl as a crowd dancer in movies to help raise her family after her father's demise. She chose up more flicks after she completed her schooling. Most of her characters were as glamorous actresses. Her first performance was in Sautela Bhai in the year 1962 alongside Guru Dutt at age 17.

She sharpened her acting talents performing in Bengali plays. Her occupation consisted of more than 150 movies. Her top period was between 1961 and 1966. In the movie Hawa Mahal in the year 1962, she played the role of Helen's sister. Some of her characters were in Bimal Roy's movie Bandini in the year 1963. The movie is based on a Bengali story Tamasi by Jarasandha in Bengali which was named as Charu Chandra Chakrabarti, a previous jail administrator who spent enough of his career as a jailer in the Northern Bengal, and penned many fictional stories of his experiences.

Her other movies include F.C. Mehra's Professor which was directed by Lekh Tandon. Along with her the movie also starred Kalpana, Shammi Kapoor, Tun Tun, Lalita Pawar, and Iftekhar. The film's song is by Shankar Jaikishan. The movie fitted a box office hit. The movie was remade in the Tamil language as Nadigan, in the Telugu language as Bhale Mastaru, Peddinti Alludu and in the Kannada language as Gopi Krishna. She also featured in Amrapali, Atmaram's Shikar, Yeh Gulistan Hamara, Umang, Zindagi Aur Maut, Dil Aur Mohabbat, and Wahan Ke Log. L

ater, she grew as a character actress and experienced her biggest success playing the wicked sister-in-law in the 1975 smash hit Jai Santoshi Maa. A low-budget film which was directed by Vijay Sharma. Santoshi Ma is the goddess of prosperity. Usha Mangeshkar, the sibling of Lata Mangeshkar, sang the religious songs for the movie along with Mahendra Kapoor and the popular poet Pradeep, who penned the lyrics of the hymns. Her real-life hubby Ashish Kumar was the principal man in the hit movie.

She wedded him in 1967 and steadily eased out of movies after giving birth to a girl and a boy. Of all her movies, her favourite characters were as a Jeetendra's nurse sister in Jeene Ki Raah, succeeded by another movie More Man Mitwa.

Benu Kalsi

Benu Kalsi is an Indian Bollywood actress and her work in the movies is highly commendable. She has been involved many films during the 90s. Many critics and audiences highly acknowledge her contribution to the industry. During her childhood days, she was always into drama theater and street plays and always likes to do best in her roles. To further enhance her skills Ms. Kalsi participated in many stage shows during her school years. When she completed her school and graduation, she directly tried her hand in acting. also has worked with many renowned actors like Shahrukh Khan, Amrish Puri, Alok Nath, etc. Ms. Kalsi is a part of movies and sitcoms like Dekh Bhai Dekh that got released in the year 1993, Parm Atma in 1994, Parades in the year 1997, and Heera Lal Panna Lal released in the year 1978. She was a part of a Hindi sitcom that first got premiered on Doordarshan and then came on Sony TV named Dekh Bhai Dekh. It started on 6th May 1993 and aired until the year 1994. This show was created and produced by Aanand Mahendroo and Jaya Bachchan. The story revolves around a joint family who lives in Mumbai and shows their problems, relationships, and business problems. Ms. Kalsi played a role of grand-mother in the sitcom. Then in the year 1994, the second movie came called Paramatma starring Mithun Chakraborty, Juhi Chawla, Amrish Puri, Anjana Mumtaz, and Benu Kalsi. Bapu directs the film, and its music composer was Bappi Lahiri. The movie is about a man who is very honest in nature and finds its place in the spiritual world. The motion had a small budget of Rs. 3 Crore. Then she was a part of Indian Bollywood drama film called Pardes starring Shahrukh Khan, Alok Nath, Juhi Chawla, Amrish Puri etc. The movie directed, produced and written by Subhash Ghai. This film also remade in Telugu called Pelli Kanuka. The total budget of the film was Rs. 10 crore, and it earned Rs. 41 Crore. The music composer of the motion picture was Nadeem-Shravan. One of her films released in the year 1978 called Heera Lal Panna Lal directed by Ashok Roy. The movie starred Randhir Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Neetu Singh, Zeenat, Aman, and Ms. Kalsi. It was a Bollywood comedy action movie and the music composer was R D Burman. She had been involved in many shows, and critics and Indian audience adored her films and her characters.

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