10 Bollywood Celebrities Who was Rich And Now Poor
Celebrities are often followed by social media platform by their fan. Most often they spent time in luxurious life and manage their wealth very carefully. Here are some celebrities who tend to lose whatever they earned as they have reached a low level, where they trust for money.
She was one of the finest actresses. She was first featured in the film when she was four. She played tragic roles in her movies. It eventually turned out to be the story of her life. She was married to writer-director
Kamal Amrohi. She is known to get Dharmendra in Bollywood. Dharmendra got wealthy and prominent but it ruined Kumari's marriage life. She got divorced. She became a alcoholic and ended up deficient.
Ruby is one of the Baghdadi Jews of India. She couldn't speak Hindi, yet she was a Hindi cinema star. She was one of the highest paid actors and a shining performer.. She was paid a salary higher than the Governor of Bombay. As an actress she learnt how to speak Hindi. She was on her foot when she started her own production house, in 1930. She was given award in 1973 for Dada Saheb Phalke. In the year 1983, she died in her flat.
Mohan was born in Madhya Pradesh in 1905. He is one of the most renowned actors of the 1930s and 1940s. Mohan debut film, ‘
Amrit Manthan’, became hit in Hindi and Marathi. Mohan last movie was ‘Rambaan.’ He played the role of Ravana in that film. He was a lead role in ‘Mughal-e-Azam’. He even shot few scenes for the picture and died at the age of forty-four. Due to his bad habits of gambling and drinking, he died in 1949.
An established actor Bharat Bhushan worked with Meena Kumari in the film, ‘Baiju Bawra’, which became a golden jubilee hit. Before that, he struggled for almost ten films to make an impact and establish as a great actor. His most well-known roles showed him as an innocent, sensitive soul trying to face a poverty-stricken world. In real life too, Bhushan struggled unwanted circumstances; he was just two years when his old mother died, his daughter had a diseases called polio, and his wife life ended after giving birth to the child. Due to this, Bhushan’s film career went downhill. He tried to play old roles but was unsuccessful. As he grew older, he had to sell all his luxury including cars, his prized libraries of rare book collections. Bhushan worked too hard but couldn't survive till the end.
5. AK Hangal:
Hangal was born in February 1914, he was a freedom fighter.After that he worked as a tailor. While working, he became acquainted with, actors like
Kaifi Azmi, who encouraged him to step into film industry at 50 years of age. He always loved and enlivened social work and believed that everyone should look after the senior citizens, when they grow old. The bold Hangal didn’t step away in expressing his anger to the big stars like
Raj Kapoor. He all over appeared in 225 films before retiring from movie industry. As he then retired from cinema. He passed away at the age of ninety-seven in 2012, due to no money to pay the hospital bills.
Nalini was born in a family of films and theater in 1926. In 1941, she came to public attention in the acting role called ‘Bahen.’ In December 2010, she died in her house, in Chembur.
Cuckoo is a dancer who was introducedin Hindi movies. She was the person who got Helen in Bollywood. Later, Helen became much famous, and Cuckoo got less offers in the industry. The woman who once had three cars and charged Rs 6,000 per dance died broke and penniless at the age of fifty-two because of cancer. She took painkillers to ease her pain, but nothing worked out. Helen said that even when she was out of the field, she cracks jokes about her situation even if it's a crying moment for her.
She died in her thirties in need and lonely status. Shemade her debut in BR Chopra’s ‘Hamraaz’ in 1967, which helped her gain popularity almost instantly. Iin fact after being married and mother of two children, her parents and in-laws left her after her acting career went down and her husband Shiv Agarwal was the only to support her. Due to fights with her husband the relation couldn't survive. After that, ger career graph went lower down and was forgotten in the industry, due to this she sold her business, Vemi Textiles, to recover her debts. In August 1977, she got admitted to Nanavati Hospital for the sickness of liver, due to consumption of alcohol.
He is the son of a textile mill worker who had given up education and had to work. Bhagwan Dada dreamed of being a hero has he found himself successfully in it. He was not the conventional hero but found success as a writer, director, and actor. Unfortunately, after back to back flop films, he had to sell all his luxury and moved into the cottage with his family members. His friends were never with him in his times of his struggle, but
Om Prakash and
Johnny Lever continued to visit him in bad times. He finally died in 2002.
10. Geetanjali Nagpal
Geetanjali, who was a model and walked on ramp for designers and was found begging in South Delhi in 2007. She was addicted to drugs, and also work in houses as a maid to fulfilling her basic needs.