Amita Nangia is a Bollywood character artist. She has played roles in more than 40 Bollywood movies. She made her debut in Ghabrahat in the year 1989. Some of the movies she has acted are unreleased, like Maut and Jagadambey Maa. she had acted in various A, B, C grade movies as well. She was recognized for her role in TV Serial Tara which was broadcasted on Zee T.V. Besides those, she also acted in serials like Ek Chabi Hai Pados Mein, Saath Phere and, recently, in Zee TV’s Ek Veer Stree Ki Kahaani Jhansi Ki Rani. She has spent two decades as an artist. When she started her career, she was under prepared and rarely got opportunities to work. Ekta Kapoor once saw her and offered her a role. She has done movies like Purani Haveli, Afsana Pyar Ka, Chup Chup Ke, Old is Gold, Koi Mere Dil Main Hai, Deewnpaan, Kahani Saali Jeeja Ki, Ajnabee, Censor, Raja, Bali Umar ko salam, Ghar Jamai, Hatyanri, Bhaagi, College Girl and many more. Besides, she has keen towards collection of hats, singing and acting. Soon she will be playing a lead as a mother in upcoming serial which is not named yet on Imagine Channel. She will be acting as modern mom, being very practical, who likes to dress well and show off. Amita Nangia says that the character is similar to that of her own life and she would enjoy to work as it will be easy her to act taking her own life situation.

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Amita Nangia is a talented Indian actress married to Sanjay Bansal. She is a glamorous and bold personality of small screen as well as big screen. She worked on many successful projects which were huge hits. Initially, she became famous for her role of Sheena in a TV Serial “Tara” aired on ZEE TV in 1993. She was one of the five girls in the most popular serial of that time “Hum Paanch” broadcasted on ZEE TV. She appeared as Radhika Mathur in season one of “Hum Paanch”. Her successful roles include Lachchu Bai in “Ek Veer Stree ki Kahaani Jhansi ki Rani” on ZEE TV, Pammi in “ Jamuna Paar” on Imagine TV and Shyama in “Saath Phere” on ZEE TV.

Amita Nangia worked in many films since 1989. She is considered mainly as a B grade actress of film industry, but she is famous for her contributions in Purani Haveli (1989), Ajnabee (2001), and Chup Chup Ke (2006).

Zarina Wahab Hindi Actress

Zarina Wahab

Zarina Wahab is a veteran and well-experienced Indian actress. She was born into a Muslim household in Vizakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. Zarina is a fluent in Urdu, Hindi, English and her mother tongue, Telugu. She left her home when she was just studying. Zarina saw an ad about the acting course that the Film and Television Institute of India was offering. She applied and she is now a trained actress at the FTII in Pune. She was married to Hindi actor, Aditya Pancholi from which she met while shooting the Kalank Ka Tika. They got married in year 1986 with two daughters namely, Sana and Sooraj. There are rumors about their unstable married life and Aditya’s temper and issues of unfaithfulness are also in the gossip pages. Her daughter Sana is also an actress.Zarina started her career in year 1974 and she was critically acclaimed for doing the characters of Geeta in the Hindi romantic film, Chitchor in 1976 and as Radha in the Bollywood fantasy movie, Gopal Krishna in 1979. Aside from that, some of her Malayalam films that was also critically acclaimed were Madanolsavam by N. Shankaran in 1978, Chamaram by Bharathan in 1980, Palangal which is also by Bharathan in 1982 and the 2011 drama film, Adaminte Makan Abu by Salim Ahamed.Zarina was normally featured in middle-class roles because of her natural beauty. In 1974, she appeared in Dev Anand’s Ishq Ishq Ishq as Prema. Since then, she receives many offers to do Hindi films like Anokha, Gharaonda, and Agar… If, Tumhare Liye, Anpadh, Jeena Yahan and a lot more. She was also debuted in Telugu through the film, Gajula Kishtayya and in Tamil through the film, Navarathinam. She was debuted in Malayalam films through Madanolsavam and made a comeback in Malayalam through the films, Kabadi Kabadi and Calendar. Besides filming, Zarina also did few television serials like, Maayka on Zee TV, Zaara – Pyaar Ki Saugta on Sahara One, Yahaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli, Virrudh, Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon, Ek Kiran Roshni Ki on DD National and FIR.Because of her outstanding performance in the 2010 drama film, My Name is Khan, she won the Best Actor (Female) in a Supporting Role in the Global Indian Film and Television Honors in 2011. She also earned a nomination in Screen Award and Stardust Award for the crime film, Rakht Charitra in 2011 and a Stardust Award nomination for My Name is Khan. She was also nominated in Filmfare Award for her role in Gharaonda. Zarina is still looking slim and very charming at her age. She is also a bubbly person and a responsible mother to her children.

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Dina Pathak

Dina Pathak or Deena Pathak was Indian film actor, veteran actor and Gujarati theatre director. She was born on 4 March 1922 in Amreli, Gujarat.  She studied in Bombay College where she became the part of student activism. That was the time when Bahavai theater was widely used to create sense and awareness about rule of Britain and from here she became the source of reviving Gujarati theatre.  Later, she has joined as an actress the Indian National Theater. She married to Baldev Pathak with two daughters Patna Pathak and Supriya Pathak. She started acting in different plays from her teenage and received ramble reviews of many critics. She remained woman activist for a long time and was also the President of National Federation of Indian Women.  She ruled Indian film industry for more than six decades and worked in more than 120 movies.  Her famous Gujarati films include Bhavni Bhavi, Malela Jeev and Moti Ba while her notable plays were Doll’s House, Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana and Dinglegar.  At that time, she was one of the most favorite actress of Art Cinema of India where she has worked with most powerful roles like Umrao Jaan, Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho, Mirch Masala and Koshish.She made her debut with Gujarati film Kariyawar but she joined back theatre after doing just one film. After many years, she returned to films and acted in Uski Kahani, Saat Hindustan, The Guru and Satyakam.  It is solely due to these movies that she is still considered the Grand Old mother of Hindi movies. She has also acted in Indian comedy movies Gol Maal (1979) and Bollywood/Hollywood. She died on 11 October 2002 in Bombay.

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Dina Pathak Hindi Actress