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Indian actress

Born: February 3, 1938 (age 82 years), Chengalpattu, India

Height: 1.55 m

Spouse: Kamaljit Singh (m. 1974–2000)

Children: Sohail Rekhi, Kashvi Rekhi

Spouse: Kamaljit Singh (m. 1974–2000)

Height: 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)

Honours: Padma Bhushan (2011)

Awards: Filmfare Award for Best Actress

Waheeda Rehman is an Indian actress and dancer who has appeared in mainly Hindi films, as well as Telugu, Tamil, Bengali and Malayalam films.

She is noted for her contributions to different genres of films and different roles from the 1950s, 1960s, and early 1970s.

Her accolades consist of a National Film Award, two Filmfare Awards out of eight nominations, the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award and the Centenary Award for Indian Film Personality.

Throughout her career, she has been frequently cited as one of Bollywood’s “most beautiful” actresses by various media outlets, a title for which she has received substantial publicity.

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Dancing was her passion, and it was her dance that set her background for acting. She was featured as a dancer in the Telugu film ‘Rojulu Marayi (1955).’

At the success party of “Rojulu Maraayi,” Guru Dutt noticed Waheeda and decided to train her.

Guru Dutt brought her to Mumbai and cast her as a ‘vamp’ in his production C.I.D. (1956).

When she was going to debut as an actress in C.I.D., the director of the film, Raj Khosla, asked her to change her name because he considered it to be very long.

Waheeda disagreed; saying that it was her parents, who had given her the name and she liked it.

Raj pointed out that everyone had changed their names, from Dilip Kumar (Yusuf Khan) to Nargis (Fatima Rashid) and Meena Kumari (Mahjabeen Bano) to Madhubala (Mumtaz Jahan); he further added that she was adamant.

To this, Waheeda replied, I am not everyone.”

Devanand was her favourite co-star.

In her first movie with Dev Anand, she was very shy and did not have the courage to call him “Dev.”

Dev Anand said that he would not be able to do romance with her if she would not call her by her name.

After a lot of efforts, she finally called him Dev.

She has done almost every genre of film and has played a myriad of roles, right from being a teenage heroine to a mother and then to a grandmother.

She regards her role in “Phagun (1973),” in which she played the role of Jaya Bahaduri’s (Jaya Bachchan) mother, as the ‘biggest mistake of her career’; because after the film, people had started offering her motherly roles.

Waheeda has played both lover and mother to Amitabh Bachchan; she has played the role of Amitabh’s lover in “Adalat (1976)” and his mother in “Trishul (1978).”

In October 2004, a Waheeda Rehman film retrospective was held at Seattle Art Museum at the University of Washington where Waheeda participated in a spirited panel and audience discussions on her most memorable films; Pyaasa (1957), Teesri Kasam (1966), and Guide (1965).

She loves making ‘Sevaiya;’ it is something that she doesn’t forget to cook in Eid.

Her best friend was Nanda, the veteran actress.

Even Asha Parekh and Helen are her best friends. The trio is often seen going out together.

She considers Guru Dutt as her mentor.

She learned Urdu and Tamil from her parents.

She likes photography and has an interest in wildlife photography.

In the movie, “The Songs of Scorpion (2017),” Waheeda is seen singing for the first time in her voice.

The film had its world premiere at the 70th Locarno Film Festival in Locarno, Switzerland.

Nasreen Munni Kabir wrote her biography titled “Conversations With Waheeda Rehman,” which was published in 2014.

She is the ambassador for the non-profit organisation called ‘Rang De,’ which helps people fight against poverty.