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Indian film actress

Born: August 13, 1936 (age 83 years), Triplicane, Chennai, India

Height: 1.6 m

Spouse: Chamanlal Bali (m. 1968–1986)

Awards: Filmfare Award for Best Actress

Education: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Mehta Vidyalaya

Children: Suchindra Bali

Books: Bonding–: A Memoir

AGE (in 2020) 86 Years Old


HEIGHT in centimeters- 160 cm

in meters- 1.6 m

in Feet Inches- 5’ 2”

WEIGHT in Kilograms- 58 kg

in Pounds- 127.87 lbs

Real Name Vyjayanthimala Bali

Nickname Twinkle Toes

Date of Birth 3rd August 1936

Age (as of September 2018) 82 years

Nationality Indian

Religion Hinduism

Place of Birth Triplicane (Tamil Nadu)

Height 5 ft 5″ (165 cm) approximately

Weight 136 lbs (62 kg) approximately

Hair Color Black

Eye Color Black

Father M D Raman

Mother Vasundhara Devi

Marital Status Married

Husband Chamanlal Bali

Profession Actress/Carnatic singer/Bharatnatyam dancer/Choreographer/Member of Parliament

Hobbies Listening to devotional songs and playing golf

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Vyjayanthimala has won around 18 awards and nominated around 19 times in her movie career as a talented actress in multiple Indian film industries.

Vyjayanthimala’s mothers, famed Tamil actress, Vasundhara Devi, had her when she was only 16 years old which resulted in Vyjayanthimala calling her mother by her name.

At just 17 years of age, Vyjayanthimala was fortunate enough to perform an Indian classical dance for the then Pope Pius XII, in 1940.

Her mother was a member in the audience when Vyjayanthimala did it.

Vyjayanthimala trained under legendary masters for her singing and dancing skills. Vyjayanthimala trained under Guru Vazhuvoor Ramiah Pillai for Bharatnatyam, whereas Manakkal Sivaraj Iyer, was her teacher for learning Carnatic singing.

Vyjayanthimala’s movie ‘Nagin’ (1954), went on to become the highest-grossing film of the year.

In her heyday, Vyjayanthimala was the subject of many controversies, particularly for her misconstrued relationships with her co-stars.

In the early 1960s, Vyjayanthimala was linked by gossip magazines with Dilip Kumar, who has acted with her the most compared to any other actress, which resulted in great on-screen chemistry between them.

While working for his home production Gunga Jumna (1961), it is said that Kumar handpicked the shade of sari that Vyjayanthimala would wear in every scene.

In addition to that, film historians Bunny Reuben and Sanjit Narwekar have “confirmed” the Kumar & Vyjayanthimala’s affair where they had said that Vyjayanthimala was Kumar’s third love after Kamini Kaushal and Madhubala.

In the early 1960s, actor Raj Kapoor had commenced the filming of Sangam with Vyjayanthimala playing the female lead along with Rajendra Kumar and Kapoor himself as male lead.

The filming took four years to finish. During this time Vyjayanthimala is said to have been romantically involved with Kapoor and almost married him.

Initially, she was vexed with him and kept him at a distance. However Kapoor did not give up over her attitude.

However, Vyjayanthimala in her autobiography mentioned that it was a publicity stunt by newspapers in North India to link her with Raj Kapoor and that she was never in any relationship with him.

Vyjayanthimala married Chamanlal Bali in 1968. After marriage, she gave up her acting career and moved to Chennai.

However, between 1968 and 1970, she shot for those films which she had signed before her marriage, such as Pyar Hi Pyar, Prince and Ganwaar.

They have a son, Suchindra Bali. In 2007, she published her autobiography, titled Bonding, with Jyoti Sabarwal as co-writer.