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Mala Sinha birthday special: unheard of things related to 'Pyaasa, Dhool Ka Phool' actress

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Bollywood actress Mala Sinha’s acting talent with beautiful and big-hearted Nain made everyone crazy. Even on his 83rd birthday, the same glow remains on his face today. Mala Sinha has been an approved singer of All India Radio, All India Radio. When she was just sixteen years old, she used to sing folk songs in the studios of the Calcutta (now Kolkata) Center of All India Radio. He may not have sung songs for films, but did sing on stage in several languages from 1947 to 1975. He was born on 11 November 1936 in a Christian family in Calcutta. His parents were originally from Nepal. He settled in Calcutta before Mala was born. In childhood, Mala was named Allada, but his friends and friends used to tease him by calling them Dalda (a brand of vegetable oil). Seeing the daughter upset, the parents changed the name to Mala. Mala Sinha had a great interest in song and dance since childhood. Apart from Hindi, he has also worked in Bengali and Nepali films. She is known for her talent and beauty. From the 1950s to the 1960s, he made his acting debut in more than a hundred Hindi films. Mala Sinha started her career as a child artist in a Bengali film ‘Jai Vaishno Devi’. After this she continued to fascinate the audience with her performances in several films and set new records. Mala Sinha was married to Chidambaram Prasad Lohani in Mumbai in 1968. After this, both of them worked together in the Nepali film ‘Maity Ghar’. The couple has a daughter- Pratibha Sinha. Pratibha too got many films, but could not get as much fame as her mother. Memorable films of Mala Sinha are ‘Pyaasa’, ‘Dhul Ka Phool’, ‘Dil Tera Deewana’, ‘Gumrah’ and ‘Himalayan lap’. Apart from this, ‘Paisa Hi Paisa’, ‘Ek Shola’, ‘New Age’, ‘Fashion’, ‘Pyaasa’, ‘Phir Dawn Hogi’, ‘Parvarish’, ‘I am drunk’, ‘Love marriage’, ‘Maya’ ‘,’ Suhag Sindoor ‘,’ Dharmaputra ‘,’ Hariyali Aur Rasta ‘,’ Dil Tera Deewana ‘,’ Suhagan ‘,’ Jahan Ara ‘,’ Pooja Flowers ‘,’ Apne Parye ‘,’ Bahu Beti ‘and’ He also left his acting imprint in films like Nai Roshni.

Mala became a big actress, but no one could show any pride in her. She did not forget her values. She has been the obedient daughter of her father. Mother considered him a domestic girl. He is skilled in domestic work. Even today, she leads a life of simplicity. If someone meets this actress from 1950 to 1960s, in the conversation, she still gives him the same feeling of freshness and fascination. Today’s new actresses can learn a lot from them and move forward in the field of acting.

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