Biography of Hema Malini
Hema Malini was born on October 16, 1948 in Amankudi village of old Madras. Born in a Tamil Iyengar family, Malini was the third child of her parents. Her father YSR Chakravati is a businessman and her mother Jayalakshmi Chakraborty is a film producer. Malini (Hema Malini) studied at DTEA Mandir Marg as a child and after that, after completing class 11, she entered the field of acting.
Hema Malini’s family
She was born in Jeeyapuram, Tiruchirappalli district, India to a middle-class Tamil-speaking Hindu family. Her mother Jaya Lakshmi Chakravarti is a South Indian film producer and her father is VSR Chakravarti. She has two elder brothers named R.K.Chakravarti and R.J.Chakravarti. Both are also film producers in the South Indian film industry.
Hema marks her debut in Bollywood
Hema made her Tamil debut in Sapno Ke Saudagar opposite Raj Kapoor after 4 years of rejection. Raj Kapoor was making history in the film industry at that time with breaking news, and it was a big deal to have Hema in his films, and of course, when she came to Bollywood, Hema did not look back. . Sita and Geeta, who arrived in 1972, created those aspects of success and power for women in the company that are reflected to this day. Hema played two roles in this movie. Hema getting this movie in the time of experimentation and new format is a sign of hope for all the actors and actresses of that time because until then the works of Acting in movies has become small and narrow.
Films made in the lead of the actor could also be only for the actors of that time, as Hema was not an old and experienced face in the industry till then. In this film, Hema got a chance to show her talent by playing the role of 2 types of girls, but at that time, it was Hema who tried to break the image of women in the society as women who are not. strong and weak.
After that, Hema did many films, but in 1975 she got an opportunity to be a part of block blaster like Sholay. The movie Sholay is one of the best movies of the century.
Although this film was made by casting actors like Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan and actors like Sanjeev Kumar. But Hema Basant’s performance also had a perfect opportunity, in which Hema not only showed her talent as a dancer, but also left her mark in the film on social change by playing the character of a village woman and – horse carriage. Even today, people enjoy Basanti’s gestures and dialogues. In 1977, the film Hema Dream Girl was released, which was very different from her previous films, the beauty of Hema in the film was called Dream Girl.
Over time, Hema has done different things and has been a part of the role of women in the film industry and the changes that have been made there. But Hema did not want to return to the south like his contemporaries. He established himself in Bollywood that way, there was no dearth of work. Hema’s efforts and strength never waned even after turning 50. Hema worked with Amitabh in the films Baghban in 2003 and Babul in 2006. And these two methods are highly appreciated by the public. Both the actors have done their full performances in these movies and social media.
Production and promotion services
Malini is the editor of New Woman” andMeri Saheli”, a Hindi women’s magazine. In 2000, Malini was named the first woman director of the National Film Development Corporation for three years. In 2007, Malini entered into a sponsorship agreement with Kent RO Systems, a manufacturer of mineral water systems. Malini also became the brand ambassador for Pothys, a textile showroom in Chennai.