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    8 Hindi-Urdu actress, born in Lahore. Started on the Urdu stage, which supplied the mainstream historical film with most of its acting talent. Joined films at Saroj Movietone. Early films with A.P. Kapur. Broke through in the role of the washerwoman in Pukar, where she also sang Kaheko mohe chhede. Classic screen performance as the mother in Mehboob’s melodrama, Aurat. With Mukhtar Begum and Naseem Banu, she is one of the few Urdu stage actresses to make a successful transition to cinema. Her weighty, languid histrionics and gravelly voice invested her style with an earthly quality lost to the cinema after independence. Other films in which she sang include Purnima (the Bhajan Giridhar ke sang) and Piya ki Jogan. She married Mehboob in 1942 and ran Mehboob studio after his death. Made a comeback with Hulchul 
     8Hindi-Urdu actress, born in Lahore. Started on the Urdu stage, which supplied the mainstream historical film with most of its acting talent. Joined films at Saroj Movietone. Early films with A.P. Kapur. Broke through in the role of the washerwoman in [[Pukar]], where she also sang Kaheko mohe chhede. Classic screen performance as the mother in [[Mehboob]]’s melodrama, [[Aurat]]. With Mukhtar Begum and Naseem Banu, she is one of the few Urdu stage actresses to make a successful transition to cinema. Her weighty, languid histrionics and gravelly voice invested her style with an earthly quality lost to the cinema after independence. Other films in which she sang include Purnima (the Bhajan Giridhar ke sang) and Piya ki Jogan. She married Mehboob in 1942 and ran Mehboob studio after his death. Made a comeback with Hulchul 
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    1010'''FILMOGRAPHY:''' 1933: Id Ka Chand; Husn  Ka Gulam; Malati Madhav; Naqsh-e-Sulemani; Roop Basant; 1934: Ajamil; Dilara; Gafil Musafir; Hothal Padmini; Jan Nissar; Johar-e- Shamsheer; Tilasmi Talwar; 1935: Delhi Express; Dharam Ki Devi; Dhoop Chhaon; Farebi Duniya; Misar Ka Khazana; Shah Behram; 1936: Karodpati; Piya Ki Jogan; Pratima; Prem Bandhan; Sangdil Samaj; Sher Ka Panja; 1937: His Highness; Bismil Ki Arzoo; Khwab Ki Duniya; 1938: Purnima; State Express; 1939: Pukar; 1940: Alibaba; Aurat; Bharosa; Pooja; 1941: Aasra; Nai Roshni; 1942: Duniya Ek Tamasha; Ghar Sansar; Phir Milenge; Uljhan; 1943: Fashion; Masterji; 1945: Rahat; 1971: Hulchul; 1973: Bandhe Haath; 1977: Jai Mata Di