Vishakha Subhedar

Other names of Vishakha Subhedar: Vishaka Subedar

Vishakha Subedar is an actress from Mumbai, who acts in serials and comedy shows of Marathi Television. She was born on March 22, 1976. Originally, she belongs to Thane, a city in Maharashtra. For her education, she went to New English High School and did her schooling there.

No one in her family has had an acting background. It was all new for her as she set her feet in this industry. She got married to Mahesh Subedar in 1998 who is an engineer, dubbing artist and as well as an actor. The met when they were shooting Natak Kaaksparsh.

Post marriage she settled in Ambarnath. The long travel route from Ambarnath to Mumbai was her struggling period. She won the Best Actress in Comic Role for her performance in Sasu Cha Swayamwar as Lalitadevi. She did many small jobs like a dancer, teacher, saleswoman to manage her early career. She is known for her comic roles and good timing and also possess a degree in Bharatnatyam.

Vineeta Thakur Hindi Actress

Vineeta Thakur

Vineeta Thakur is a Hindi television serial actress who has been seen in a supporting cast in several TV drama series that aired on the national television network. The actress had made her debut as a character of Esha in TV serial ‘Piya Ka Ghar’. She was playing the role of actor Siraj Khan’s wife in this TV serial. The show was telecast on Zee Hindi channel and the serial had a consecutive run of more than two-and-half year. The show ended with 780 episodes. Vineeta was a glamorous actress but  was always offend a supporting cast in serials. The actress also acted in another TV serial 'Astitva - Ek Prem Kahani' (2002) which was aired on Zee Tv channel and it had run for about four years. The actress played again a supporting cast in this mega serial and she played the character of Neha. Vineeta played the role of actor Varun Badola's third wife in this mega serial. Although in this serial, Vineeta Thakur dies soon after giving birth to a daughter, yet she shared an emotional bond with audiences. In 2008, the actress bagged a Bollywood film project ‘Jimmy’ which had Mithun Chakraborty’s son Mimoh Chakraborty as a hero. The film was directed by Raj. N. Sippy, The actress has a look like Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre and is indeed a glam doll in B-town. With the release of Bollywood flick ‘Jimmy’, one expects she will get a heroine offer or supporting actress role in movies. Although Vineeta was not seen in many TV serials, but her glamor image always heralded a new chapter for new generation heroines.

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Zaheera

Zaheera is an Indian actress, who made her debut in a James Bond (English) movie in 1969. In the English film ‘On Her Majesty's Secret Service’, she made her appearance as an Indian girl Zara. Later, she came back to Bollywood and ruled the screen often doing some B-grade movies and appeared only in sensational roles. She acted with Dev Anand in the film’ Gambler’ (1971), and the film was a hit. Later she appeared in films like ‘Aaadmi Sadak Ka’ and ‘Naukri’ which had some substance in her character. Zaheera was chosen to play a sexy role in Feroz Khan’s Dharmatma for which she became famous. She was a carbon copy of actress Parveen Babi but did not have the skill or talent to survive on screen. She also acted with Parveen Babi in ‘Aahuti’ which had Shashi Kapoor and Rakesh Roshan playing lead characters. In 1974, she acted in a lead role in a film ‘Call Girl’ where she essayed the character of a call girl or prostitute. She acted opposite actor Vikram( Julie fame) in this movie. The poster of the movie exposed her as a modern Kamasutra girl, and the film did average business for her bold character. On screen, she could smoke, drink and wear all sexy costumes. She was not good in dancing and appeared in some qawwali songs. Zaheera acted in ‘Kaala Aadmi’ which was a big hit. The film had Sunil Dutt and Saira Banu in the lead role. In 1975, she acted in a dual role essaying two sisters role for a film ‘Toofan Aur Bijlee’ and the film flopped badly. Zaheera was not a very talented actress, but she had a good screen presence, and people could easily identify her. But as she had no talent, she failed to identify her character, and people rejected her films very often. In 1978, she acted as a leading heroine opposite Rajesh Khanna in a film named ‘Naukri’. The film was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, but the film flopped despite earning a critical acclaim. Naukri also had Raj Kapoor playing another leading role. After a successful start with films like ‘Gambler’, ‘Aaahuti’ or ‘Call Girl’, when this yesteryear actress found her career in Bollywood failed to continue in the same high, she made a public knowledge that she was quitting films and wanted to go back to London to settle back into life.

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Zaheera Hindi Actress