Seema Deo is an actress who has predominantly performed in Hindi and Marathi movies. Seema was born on 27th March, and she was formerly known as Nalini Saraf. She was a famous actress of her era having performed in more than eighty Hindi as well as Marathi movies.

She also happens to be the wife of Ramesh Deo Ramesh Deo is one of the best known actors from In >> Read More... Ramesh Deo , who is also a famous actor himself. Seema Deo has two sons named Ajinkya Deo Ajinkya Dev or Ajinkya Deo is a prominent actor in >> Read More... Ajinkya Deo and Abhinay Deo Abhinay Deo is an Indian commercial director who l >> Read More... Abhinay Deo . Ajinkya followed the footsteps of his parents and became an actor.

But Abhinay was more curious towards direction and became a movie Director. Seema hails from the Goud Saraswati Brahmin (GSB) and is a native of Karnataka. She was born and brought up in Mumbai in a place named Girgaum. Seema has received the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi.

Seema has been a part of various famous movies of her era. In the 1971 movie, Anand starring Amitabh Bachan and Rajesh Khanna Born as Jatin Khanna on 29th December 1942, the ch >> Read More... Rajesh Khanna in the lead roles. Seema had played the part of ‘Suman Kulkarni’ in this movie.

Also, Seema’s husband, Ramesh Deo had played the part of ‘Dr. Prakash Kulkarni’ in the movie. This movie was a huge success at the box office and Seema’s role though short was appreciated. Followed by Anand; in 1972, she got a chance to act in another Hindi movie named ‘Koshish,' where she played the character of a teacher.

In this movie too she was in a supporting role, but she did full justice to her character and displayed exemplary performance. Seema was also part of another famous Hindi movie named Saraswatichandra, which was released in the year, 1968.

Other movies like ‘Zakhmo Ka Hisaab ‘released in 1993, Seema played the role of Mrs. Savitri Nath. These appearances were followed by films like ‘bhabhi ki Chudiyan’ in the year 1987 and ‘Sansar’ in 1993.