Mahi Gill aka Mahie aka Mahie Gill aka Rimpy Kaur Gill is an Indian actress of Bollywood fame, earning her eminence in the Hindi movie of 2009, “Dev.D” that was directed by Anurag Kashyap. She has played the role of Parminder ‘Paro’, one of the two love-interests of the protagonist in the movie, and won the 2010 Critics Award - Female - Best Performance, at the Filmfare Awards ceremony. (The other love-interest, Chandramukhi - Chanda - Leni, played by Kalki Koechlin, earned the half French half Tamil girl, the Best Supporting Actress at the same Awards.) Mahi was born in Chandigarh of Punjab, India, on 19th of December 1975, and her Zodiac sign is Sagittarius. She is 165 cm (5’5”) tall. At the Panjab University, Chandigarh, she has studied and earned her Masters in the Department of Indian Theatre, in the year 1998. She has started acting in the year 1995 itself but it was all in fields other than movies. Her first movie was “ Hawayein”, a Punjabi and Hindi film of 2003, directed by Ammtoje Mann, and her character in the movie was called, ‘Lali’. After two unsuccessful ventures, “Sirf 5 Din” - 2004 and “Khushi Mil Gayee” - 2006, she had her break in the 2007 Hindi movie, “KhoyaKhoya Chand” as a ‘starlet’ character found at the residence of the character ‘ Prem Kumar’. After “MittiWajaanMaardi” in the same year, and “ Chak De Phatte” in the following year, both Punjabi movies, she was seen by Anurag Kashyap who was much impressed by her looks and talents, and he cast her immediately in his Dev D, as ‘Paro’, which went on to fetch her three prestigious awards; the Screen Awards 2010 for the Most Promising (Female) Newcomer, and the IIFA Star Debut Award 2010, other than the 2010 Critics Award - Female - Best Performance, at the Filmfare Awards. Also in the 2010 IIFA Awards, she was nominated for both the Star Debut Award and the Best Actress Award for her performance in that movie. The much-talked about drama/thriller, “Saheb, BiwiAur Gangster” of 2011 and its 2012 sequel “Saheb, BiwiAur Gangster Returns” gave her a position in Hindi Cinema as an artist with the unique combination of talent and bold glamour. For her performance in the former, she was nominated for both the 2012 Filmfare Awards and IIFA Awards - for Best Actress, and for the performance in the latter, she had won the BIG Star Entertainment Awards 2013 as the Most Entertaining Female Actor - In A Thriller Film. She has acted in AnuragKashyap’s political drama, “ Gulaal” (2009), and the Hindi movie of the same year, which was written and directed by V.K.Kumar, “Pal PalDilKeSsaat”, and the comedy directed by Indrajit Nattoji, again in the same year, “ Aagey Se Right”. Came 2010, and she had landed herself a role as ‘ Nirmala’ in the Salman Khan blockbuster, “ Dabangg”, followed by “ UttPataang” the next year, as the character ‘SanjanaMahadik’, and the Ram Gopal Varma directed murder/thriller, “ Not A Love Story”, as the character ‘AnushaChawla’. She has an item number to her credit in Reliance Big Pictures’ “Mirch”. “Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster”, the movie that got her nomination at the Filmfare Awards for The Best Actress, and the Anurag Kashyap produced Hindi movie “ Michael”, where she took on the role of ‘Rwitika’, were her next two movies of 2011. 2012 saw her acting as ‘ Indira’ in the Tigmanshu Dhulia directed movie, “ Paan Singh Tomar”, as ‘MahieKaur’ in the Punjabi movie “Carry On Jatta” directed by Smeep Kang, and as ‘NirmalaPandey’ in the sequel to “Dabangg”, “Dabangg 2”. In 2013, other than the sequel to “Saheb, BiwiAur Gangster”, “Saheb, BiwiAur Gangster Returns”, she had acted in the Hindi movie “ Zanjeer” by Apoorva Lakhia, as ‘Mona Darling’, and its Telugu version “ Thoofan”. She has also appeared in an item song, ‘ Don’t Touch My Body’, in the Saif Ali Khan starring movie “ Bullett Raja” by Tigmanshu Dhulia. It was reported that two Punjabi movies, “HikkNaal” (as the character ‘ Rani’) and “GurlejSikdarWali” (as the character ‘Gurlej’), were still under making, the filming of which have been started the same year. “Carry on Jatta 2”, the Punjabi movie in which she portrays the character ‘MahieKaur’, and “Gang of Ghosts’ the Hindi movie where she acts as the character ‘ManoranjanaKumari’ are her 2014 films. In “Singh Of Festival” the 2015 Punjabi movie with a religious tone, directed by Gurdev Rehman, she acts with Roshan Prince. Though her another 2014 Hindi movie, the Anupam Kher and Pallavi Joshi starrer, “Buddha in a Traffic Jam” was shown on many film festivals and had won several awards, it was still not commercially released as of July 2015.
Mala Sinha is a legendary actress of Bollywood fame, having acted in a number of Hindi movies, several Bengali movies and even a Nepali movie as well. Born to ethnic Nepali parents in Calcutta of British India on November 11th 1936, she was named Alda but her name has been changed to suit the Bollywood, the then Bombay Cinema world. (Actually, it was said that she was teased at school with the then famous cooking oil ‘Dalda’, and hence the name change.) All through the 50s, 60s, and the 70s, she has entertained her huge fan base with her beauty and acting talent. She is a Scorpio and is 157 cm (5’2”) tall. Mala Sinha has married her husband Chidambar Prasad Lohani in the year 1968 and they have a daughter born in July 1969 by the name Pratibha Sinha who is also a celebrated Indian actress.
Mala Sinha is famous for the song, ‘Mere Mehboob’, which she sang with ManharUdhas in the 1972 Hindi movie “Lalkar” by Ramanand Sagar, and her character’s name in the movie was ‘UshaChoudhury’. Her proposal to actor Sanjay Khan at the very sets of the 1966 movie “Dillagi” (directed by S.N. Banerjee but he had his initials as just S) was turned down by the actor himself reportedly because of his then existing engagement with ZarineKatrak, a top model, at that time. This was a much-talked about incident at that time as Mala was the most sought after single woman then. Sanjay Khan went on to marry Zarine in 1955 and Mala went on to marry Chidambar Prasad Lohani in 1968. Chidambar Prasad was an estate owner in Nepal and was her hero in the only Nepali movie (“Maitighar” - the 1966 Nepali classic under B.S.Thapa direction) she has acted for which she had been to Nepal where they fell in love.
She was good in singing and dancing even from an early age, and was an AIR approved singer who has appeared in stages as well, singing in several languages and entertaining the audience, till the late 70s. In Bengali, she has started with the 1952 movie “Roshanara” which was directed by Ardhendu Bose, and the last one yet is the 1977 “Kabita” that was directed by Bharat Shamsher. But even before “Roshanara”, she was a child artist in several Bengali movies, like, “ShriKrishanLeela” and the religious “Jai Vaishno Devi”. In Hindi, she has started with the 1954 Guru Dutt starrer “Suhagan” which was directed by Anant Mane, though some reports suggest that the movie “Badshah” of the same year, directed by Amiya Chakrabarty, was her first Hindi venture. Her last one yet is the 1994 “ Zid” that was directed by Esmayeel Shroff. Almost throughout her career in the 50s to 70s she remained in top 3 spots and her films made good at the box office.
Notable amongst her more than 100 movies are, Guru Dutt’s “Pyaasa” of 1957, Yash Chopra’s “DhoolKaPhool” of 1959, the Mohan Kumar directed movie “Anpadh” and the B.R Panthulu directed movie “DilTeraDeewana”, both of 1962, the Sunil Dutt with the great Ashok Kumar combined starrer, B. R. Chopra’s “Gumrah” of 1963, the Manoj Kumar starrer Himalay Ki Godmein of 1965, and the Dharmendra starrer of 1968, RamanandSagar’s“ Aankhen”. She had once said in a press interview that in the 60s she was offered two Hollywood movies, as lead heroine, but her father who was looking after her had refused them, pleading excuse and saying that she would not act in such movies where Western levels of intimacy prevailed and which culture was not acceptable to his Daughter of India’s ethics and ways. She was nominated for many awards and has won several of them.
The 1965 and 1966 Best Actress BFJA awards for the movies “JahanAra” directed by Vinod Kumar, and “Himalaya Ki God Mein” directed by Vijay Bhatt, respectively, were preceded by nominations for the Filmfare Best Actress Awards for those movies, and also for the Yash Chopra directed 1960 movie, “DhoolKaPhool”, and the T. Prakash Rao directed 1964 movie, “Bahurani”. She has won the 2004 Sikkim Samman Award that was given by the Sikkim government.
The next year, the then Nepal government honored her with a Felicitation. In 2007, she was presented with the “Star Screen Lifetime Achievement Award”, both she and her co-star of 10 films Biswajit being called on to the stage together. Another Lifetime Achievement award, this time it was from “Kelvinator GR8! Women Awards”, initiated by the Kelvinator Company and the GR8! TV Magazine was presented to her in the year 2013. The same year, she gave a press statement that she was rejecting the “DadasahebPhalke Award” due to the invitation card not having her name printed on it. As of 2015, she is living quietly with her ailing mother and daughter at her home in Bandra, Mumbai
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