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Veteran actor Shyama dies

Veteran actor Shyama dies

New Delhi, Nov 14 (UNI) Veteran Bollywood actress Shyama, a big star in the 50s with hits like 'Aar Paar; 'Bhabhi' and 'Sharda', died in Mumbai this morning, trade sources said.

She was 82 and is survived by two sons and a daughter.

Famous for her role in Guru Dutt's 'Aar Paar', Shyama was considered one of the most beautiful actreses of her time.

Born Khurshid Akhtar on June 7, 1935 in Lahore, Shyama arrived in Mumbai from Lahore after Partition.

Given the stage name Shyama by director Vijay Bhatt, Shyama began her film career with films like 'Meerabai' (1947) and went on to act in around 175 films in her career.

Her best known roles were in 'Aar Paar' (1954), 'Barsaat Ki Raat' (1960) and 'Tarana'.
She was also noticed in 'Sawan Bhadon', 'Dil Diya Dard Liya', 'Milan' and 'Sharda', for which she was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Like Shammi Kapoor among male actors, Shyama was most responsive to the rhythm and lyrics of the music directors and poets.

Songs picturised on her such as "Ae dil mujhe bata de", "O chand jahan wo jaye", "Ae lo main hari piya", "Dekho, wo chand chhup ke karata hai kya ishare", "Chhupa ke meri aankhon ko" and "Ja re ka re badara" are examples of her sensitive acting.

She married cinematographer Fali Mistry in the year 1953.

Shyama is survived by two sons and a daughter.

Her funeral took place at a cemetery at Marine Lines the same afternoon.

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Padmavati

Padmavati controversy: I&B Ministry should resolve issue taking into confidence secs whose sentiments have been hurt: Cong

New Delhi, Nov 17 (UNI) Charging the Government of maintaining a silence on the controversy generated by the film 'Padmavati', the Congress on Friday said the Information and Broadcasting Ministry should reach a resolution on the issue keeping in view the sections whose sentiments have been hurt by the film.

‘Tumhari

‘Tumhari Sulu’: Vidya shines yet again

By Sanya Pandey
New Delhi, Nov 17 (UNI) She is one actress who is known to carry the entire movie on her own shoulders as was witnessed in films like 'The Dirty Picture ' and 'Kahaani'.

3rd

3rd edition of Russian Film Days to be part of IFFI

Panaji, Nov 16 (UNI) After the success of its first two seasons, the third edition of Russian Film Days, a world-class film festival that showcases the best of contemporary and classic Russian cinema is back
in India.

Padmavati:

Padmavati: UP govt asks I&B ministry to look into controversy

Lucknow, Nov 15 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh government has shot off a letter to the Union Information and Broadcasting ministry, asking to look into the controversy over the upcoming Bollywood film Padmavati and ask the Film Censor Board to release the movie considering the sentiments of the people in the country.

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I want to grow as an actor: Rajkummar Rao

By Sanya Pandey
New Delhi, Nov 15 (UNI) National Award winning actor Rajkummar Rao, who is making his digital debut with the much-awaited ALTBalaji’s web-series 'Bose: Dead/Alive' says he does films that he believes in and he just wants to grow as an actor.

Sanjay&Madhuri reunite for 'Akhiyan Milaon' in StarPlus show

Sanjay&Madhuri reunite for 'Akhiyan Milaon' in StarPlus show

New Delhi, Nov 13 (UNI) More than two decades after creating a buzz with their chemistry in the romantic song 'Akhiyan Milaon Kabhi Akhiyan Churaon' in the film 'Raja', actor Sanjay kapoor and the 90s Bollywood diva Madhuri Dixit will reunite for the in 'classic' romantic number in Star Plus’ new show ‘Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara’.

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