Veteran Actor Kumkum Passes Away at 86 in Mumbai

Veteran Actor Kumkum Passes Away at 86 in Mumbai

Veteran Actor Kumkum Passes Away at 86 in Mumbai

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Veteran Bollywood actor Kumkum, who labored in round 115 movies and standard songs similar to ‘Kabhi Aar Kabhi Paar’ and ‘Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi’ passes away on Tuesday at her Bandra residence on the age of 86. Tv director and late comic Jagdeep’s son Naved Jafri tweeted to substantiate the information. “We’ve got misplaced one other gem. I’ve identified her since I used to be a child and he or she was household, an excellent artist and a unbelievable human being. Relaxation in peace Kumkum aunty. (sic)” Additionally Learn – PM Modi to Inaugurate Excessive-Throughput COVID-19 Testing In the present day at ICMR Labs in Noida, Mumbai, Kolkata

She was noticed by Guru Dutt, who was on the lookout for a superb dancer to picturise the immortal track Kabhi aar kabhi paar for his 1954 movie, Aar Paar. Dutt finalised Kumkum and the track went onto develop into an enormous hit. Dutt then gave her a job in his 1957 traditional, Pyaasa. Kumkum labored with Shammi Kapoor in Mem Saheb (1956) and had a lead position reverse the actor Char Dil Char Raahein (1959).

A wonderful Kathak dancer, she educated beneath Pandit Shambhu Maharaj.

Kumkum’s notable movies embrace Mr. X In Bombay, Mom India, Son Of India, Kohinoor, Ujala, Naya Daur, Shreeman Funtoosh, Raja Aur Runk, Lalkaar, and Geet.

She starred reverse Ashim Kumar within the first Bhojpuri movie, Ganga Maiyya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo (1963).

With inputs from IANS!

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