Nargis Dutt Wiki, Biodata, Affairs, Boyfriends, Husband, Profile, Family, Movies

She was born under the name Fatima Rashid in Calcutta, Bengal, in Calculation, West Bengal.  His father, Abdul Rashid, also known as Mohan Babu, was a rich Mohyal Tyagi, Hindu from Punjab, who converted to Islam.

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Nargis Dutt Biodata and Biography

Name
Fatima Rashid
Nick-name
Not Known
Profession
Indian Actress
Height
5' 4'
Weight
58  Kg
Date Of Birth
1 June 1929
Age
51 - Years
Religion
Islam
Nation
Indian
Debut Movie
Talash-E-Haq (1935, as a child artist)
Famous Role
Not Known
Boyfriends /Affairs
Raj Kapoor, Sunil Dutt
Horoscope/ Zodiac Sign
Gemini

 Measurements

Body Measurements
35-28-35
Bra Size
35- inches
Waist Size
28- inches
Hip Size
35- inches
Eye Colour
Black
Hair Colour
Black

 Residence

Birth Place
Calcutta (now Kolkata), British India
Residence
Calcutta (now Kolkata), British India
Home Town
Kolkata, India

School and College

school
Not Known
College
Not Known
Other Qualifications
Not Known

 Family and Relatives

Father
Abdul Rashid alias Mohan Babu
Mother
Jaddanbai
Brother
Anwar Hussain
Sisters
Not Known
Marital Status
Married
Husband
Sunil Dutt
Son
Sanjay Dutt
Daughter
Priya Dutt, Namrata Dutt
Best Friends
Not Known
Death
3 May 1981
Aunties
Not Known
Grandfather
Not Known
Grandmother
Not Known




Favorites

Favorite Movie
Not Known
Favorite Director
Not Known
Favorite Color
Pink, Yellow, Green
Favorite Destination
Not Known
Favorite Book
Not Known
Favorites Sport
Cricket
Favorite Actor
Raj Kapoor, Sunil Dutt
Favorite Actress
Not Known
Favorite Food
Not Known
Favorite Musician
Not Known
Favorites Perfume Brand
Not Known
Cars Collection
Not Known
Hobbies
Philanthropy, Dancing, Traveling, Listening to Music, Playing Golf

Remuneration

Movie-Remuneration
 (INR)
(INR)
Net Worth
$   million

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He came from Rawalpindi, Punjab, now Pakistan. Her mother, Jaddanbai, was a singer of classical music and was considered one of the pioneers of Indian cinema. Nargis strived to become a doctor. However, her mother encouraged her to do a career in the theater and present her to cultural culture. At six years she made her debut as a childhood artist in the film 1935, Talashe Haq; in which she was credited with "Baby Nargis", which means Narcissus, the Narcissus flower in Persian. Since then she has been credited with "Nargis" in all her films. Nargis Flower She has appeared in several super-successful films of the 1940s and 1950s, such as Andaz 1949, Barsaat 149, Shree 420 1955, and so on. from a doctor or hospital in Mumbai.
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She was very passionate about the profession of a doctor and even after she was a star, she went to hospitals to help patients. It was ironic that when she was diagnosed with cancer, the medical profession could not save her. At one point doctors advised Sunil Dutt to disable her CPR system after she was admitted to the New York Memorial Sloan - Kettering Cancer Center as she was in comma for months. However, Sunil refused to do that and to her surprise she went out of comma and began to heal. She was buried in Badakabarast at Marine Lines, Mumbai. The name of the street then was changed to Nargis Dutt Road, in its memory. Most of his films usually have a tragic end.

Nargis Dutt Full List:-

Movie Title
Talashe Haq (1935)
Madam Fashion (1936)
Taqdeer (1943)
Humayun (1945)
Bisvi Sadi (1945)
Ramayani (1945)
Nargis (1946)
Mehandi (1947)
Mela (1948)
Anokha Pyar (1948)
Anjuman (1948)
Aag (1948)
Roomal (1949)
Lahore (1949)
Darogaji (1949)
Barsaat (1949)
Andaz (1949)
Pyaar (1950)
Meena Bazaar (1950)
Khel (1950)
Jogan (1950)
Jan Pahchan (1950)
Chhoti Bhabhi (1950)
Babul (1950)
Aadhi Raat (1950)
Saagar (1951)
Pyar Ki Baaten (1951)
Hulchul (1951)
Deedar (1951)
Awaara (1951)
Sheesha (1952)
Bewafaa (1952)
Ashiana (1952)
Anhonee (1952)
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