Madhubala’s 86th birth anniversary: Today the Most iconic actress of the Indian cinema the Madhubala is the 86th birth anniversary. Popularly known as “the Marilyn Monroe of Bollywood”, which is known as her beauty, attractiveness, personality and sensitive painting of women in films. Raised is the Slum of the Bombay, she helps her family as a child star and shortly became a main lady known for the style on screen and significant acting potential.
Madhubala born in Delhi on this day in 1933, Mumtaz Jehan Begum Dehlavi was live in a town situated near Bombay talkies film studio.
Madhubala performs in her first film at the age of 9, promote as Baby Mumtaj. In 1947 she received an offer for Neel Kamal as the lead role. Madhubala is the only income producer in her family, she works very hard to support her father and four sisters. While her wonderful appearance earned similarities to Venus. Madhubala was a talented actress with a comprehensive style well suited for comedian, drama and romantic roles and much more.
In her journey, she falls in love with Dilip Kumar, her co-star in film Tarana in the year 1951, but her father, who help and support in her career, interfered. The actor’s chemistry drama Mughal-E-Azam which is the most high-budget and famous movie in the history of Bollywood history.
Madhubala works over 70 films over the course of a troublesome interim career. Now she turned 86 today she also called as “the biggest star in the world” in 1952 by theatre Arts magazine.
Her life and career were cut short when she died on 23 February 1969 from the disease called prolonged illness at the age of 36. Her movie Chalak opposing Raj Kapoor was assumed to be released in 1966 as it required a short spell of shooting, however, she couldn’t even continue that strength and therefore, the movie was left incomplete even at the time of her death.