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Veteran Bollywood entertainer Shashikala Om Prakash Saigal

Veteran Bollywood entertainer Shashikala Om Prakash Saigal, inhaled her the last breadth keep going at her home on Sunday (4th of April) at 88 years old.

Mainstream Bollywood screenwriter Kiran Kotrial is known for composing content of network shows like Big Boss, and Khatron Ke Khiladi broke the information on the downfall of the entertainer through a Facebook post.

He posted legacy photos of the left soul and expressed, “Find happiness in the hereafter Shashikala” alongside it.

Brought into the world on the 4th of August 1932 in Solapur, Maharashtra. Shashikala was a famous TV and Bollywood entertainer. She had assumed supporting parts over 100 Bollywood films.

She is most popular for her works in films like ‘Daku,’ ‘Jugnu,’ ‘Aarti,’ ‘Gumraah,’ ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi,’ ‘Rahgir’ to give some examples. Besides films, Shashikala also worked in TV programs like Son Pari and Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai and a couple of others.

She is the beneficiary of a few honors for Best Supporting Actress (Hindi) at the Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards – for ‘Aarti’ in 1963, for ‘Gumrah’ in 1964, and ‘Rahgir’ in 1970.

Aside from this, Shashikala also got the Padma Shri grant, India’s fourth-most noteworthy regular citizen grant, in 2007 for her commitment to Indian film.

Early life

Shashikala Jawalkar was one of six kids brought into the world in Solapur, Maharashtra. By age 5, she effectively moved, singing and following up on stage in numerous Solapur locale towns.

At the point when Shashikala was in her pre-youngsters, through sick karma, her dad got bankrupt, and he carried his family to Bombay (presently Mumbai), where they believed that Shashikala, the most attractive and generally gifted among his kids, could look for some employment in motion pictures. For quite a while, the family lived with companions and scarcely endured, while Shashikala meandered starting with one studio then onto the next, searching for work. She procured in pieces and pieces till she met Noor Jehan, the dominant screen sovereign.

Noor Jehan’s significant other, Shaukat Hussain Rizvi, made the film Zeenat at that point and remembered Shashikala for a Qawwali scene. She worked with Shammi Kapoor in the film Daku (1955).

Shashikala originally rose to notoriety with her job in the Hindi film Pugdi (1948), created by Prem Narayan Arora. She got jobs in V. Shantaram’s Teen Batti Char Raasta (1953) and various films. While in her mid-twenties, Shashikala met and wedded Om Prakash Saigal, who had a place with the Kundan Lal Saigal family and has two girls.

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Supporting Roles played by her.

In 1959, she showed up in Bimal Roy’s Sujata. In Tarachand Barjatya’s Aarti (1962), featuring Meena Kumari, Ashok Kumar, and Pradeep Kumar, Shashikala depicted a negative job, winning a Filmfare Award. Before long, offers started to pour into her for supporting jobs. She showed up in Anupama, Phool Aur Patthar, Ayi Milan Ki Bela, Gumrah, Waqt, and Khubsoorat.

She played a negative character in Chhote Sarkar (1974), featuring Shammi Kapoor and Sadhana. While her female lead co-stars generally assumed parts of pleasant, unassuming, or devout ladies. Shashikala typically played either eccentric and fiery effervescent ladies or vamps who plotted the defeat of others. Later in her acting profession, she would ordinarily assume a sister or mother by marriage. In the 80s, her acclaimed exhibitions came in films like Phir Wahi Raat, Souten, Sargam. She acted in supporting parts in over 100 movies.

Recent roles played by her.

In the previous years, she has acted in a couple of TV serials, including Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai for Sony, Apnaapan for Zee TV, Dil Deke Dekho for Sab TV, and Son Pari for Star Plus. She had parts in Mother 98, Pardesi Babu, Baadshah, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, and Chori.

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Awards won by her

1962 – Bengali Film Journalists’ Association Awards for the movie Aarti

1963 – Bengali Film Journalists’ Association Awards for the movie Gumrah

1963 – Filmfare Award for the movie Aarti

1964 – Filmfare Award for the movie Gumrah

1969 – Bengali Film Journalists’ Association Awards for the movie Rajgir

2007 – Padma Shri

 

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