Sharmila Tagore, a veteran actor, is ready to return to Bollywood after an 11-year absence. Gulmohar, a film starring Sharmila Tagore, Manoj Bajpayee, Amol Palekar, Simran Rishi Bagga, and Suraj Sharma, was recently announced by a production house.
Sharmila Tagore was last seen in the 2010 film Break Ke Baad, which starred Deepika Padukone and Imran Khan. She has a significant record of Bollywood performances, including blockbusters and critically acclaimed films. She made her acting debut with Satyajit Ray’s classic Bengali drama, The World of Apu (1959). While Kashmir Ki Kali was her first Hindi film. She was also awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2013. We’ve put together a list of her Bollywood flicks before her next film, Gulmohar.
Sharmila Tagore popular films:
Kashmir Ki Kali
Shammi Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore, who made her Hindi film debut in Kashmir Ki Kali, a 1964 romance film, Pran, Dhumal, Nazir Hussain, and Anoop Kumar also feature in the film. The film follows Rajiv as he flees to Kashmir to avoid his impending marriage, but he falls in love with a Kashmiri girl played by Tagore. But then he discovers a startling revelation that alters everything.
Satyakam, a 1969 drama film, features Dharmendra, Tagore, Sanjeev Kumar, and Ashok Kumar. Satyapriya Archarya, an engineering student, is stubborn but principled in the film’s plot. He refuses to negotiate when it comes to doing the right thing, and as a result, he finds it difficult to adjust to life in India after independence. Satyapriya ‘Sath’ Acharya is played by Dharmendra, and Ranjana is played by Sharmila Tagore. He meets Ranjana and marries her after a tragic catastrophe, but their lives will never be the same. She gives birth to a child whose father is never known.
Sharmila Tagore and Rajesh Khanna feature in Aradhana, a 1969 Indian Hindi love drama film. The superhit film was based on the life of Vandana. Arun, her husband, was killed in an airplane accident, yet no one recognises their marriage. She is then compelled to give her child up for adoption and, subsequently, work as his nanny in order to be near him.
Amar Prem is a romantic drama film from 1972 starring Sharmila Tagore as a prostitute with a golden heart and Rajesh Khanna as a lonely entrepreneur. The film depicts a country woman who is pushed into prostitution in Kolkata when her husband abandons her and builds close bonds with a wealthy client and an abused youngster in the neighbourhood.
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Sanjeev Kumar and Tagore feature in the key roles of Mausam, a 1975 musical romance film. The storyline revolves around Amarnath Gill, a medical student who meets and falls in love with Chanda, the daughter of a medicine healer, while studying in Darjeeling for his exams. He returns to Calcutta to complete his coursework. Two decades later, Amarnath sets out to find Chanda. Kajli’s contact and relationship with him has far-reaching consequences for both of them.
Chupke Chupke is a comedy film from 1975. Dharmendra, Amitabh Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore, Jaya Bachchan, Om Prakash, Usha Kiran, David Abraham, Cheulkar, Asrani, and Keshto Mukherjee are among the cast members. The plot of the film depicts a naughty botany professor named Parimal Tripathi (Dharmendra) who plays a joke on his brother-in-law, Raghav (Om Prakash). Parimal chooses to impersonate Raghav’s new driver since he is jealous of Sulekha’s (Tagore’s) tremendous regard for the other man. The disguised professor, setting the stage for a series of comic misunderstandings, casts doubt on his wife’s fidelity and enlists the help of his best friend, Sukumar (Amitabh Bachchan), who impersonates Parimal.
An Evening in Paris
An Evening In Paris is a romantic thriller film released in 1967. Shammi Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore have double parts in the film. The film depicts a man and a woman falling in love in Paris. However, mystery and intrigue surround their relationship, as one of them is abducted and imprisoned for ransom by a criminal genius and his followers.