Sunday, June 4, 2017

Google celebrates nutan samarth's doodle

Google is celebrating Nutan Samarth's doodle. Here is he life story. Nutan was born on June 24, 1936 into a very taught and refined family. Her dad, Kumarsen Samarth was the appointee attention officer with Films Division, while her mom, Shobana Samarth, was a main performer of that period. From an extremely youthful age, Nutan demonstrated a distinct fascination in move and music. 

She learnt Kathak and even gave open exhibitions. Nutan's sister Tanuja is likewise a celebrated performer of Hindi Cinema. Nutan began her movie profession in 1950 while she was still in school. Her mom had quite recently begun making the film Humari Beti (1950) and when executive K Asif saw Nutan on the mahurat of the film, he quickly offered her a part. Despite the fact that the film Hamari Beti was not a major hit, Nutan was seen and offers began pouring in. She contacted her crest in the mid 50s with her initially hits, Hum Log (1951) and Nagina (1953), and Nutan likewise won the Miss India title.

In mid 1950s, when her films were flopping, her mother decided to send her to a finishing school — La Chatelainie in Switzerland. While she was still there, producer S Mukhertjee gave her an offer for the film, Seema (1955). Her potrayal of a juvenile delinquent in the film earned her massive applause. Her career started looking up once again and soon Nutan became a huge star and the object of her rivals’ envy.

Nutan was a best on-screen character and was fit for communicating anything with her eyes and face. In Seema (1955) we recognize the storms seething and biting the dust easily as the bhajan 'Manmohana bade jhoote'. In 1959 she wedded Lieutenant Commander Rajnish Bahl and backed off of movies when her child, Mohnish was conceived. In any case, the on-screen character in her couldn't rest for long and the spotlights at the end of the day shone on her after her out standing execution in renowned chief Bimal Roy's honor winning film Bandini (1963). The film had Nutan taking care of business. 

In 1960's and 1970's Nutan frequently gotten grants for assorted parts in movies like Milan (1967), Saraswati Chandra (1968), Saudagar (1973) and Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki (1978). At that point she had turned out to be a standout amongst the most regarded performer in Hindi Cinema. Eminent chiefs as particular as Bimal Roy, Manmohan Desai, Raj Khosla and Basu Bhattacharya have named her as their most loved performer. 

She kept up her pre-prominence through the 80s and held her smooth style in the maternal parts that she was presently being made a request to do. She acted inverse Dilip Kumar without precedent for Subhash Ghai's Karma (1986) and coordinated the execution of the considerable performing artist outline by edge. 

Nutan was not just honored with an effortless identity and awesome acting abilities, her voice was likewise very tranquil. In the 1960 film Chhabili (1960), Nutan sang 'Affirmative Mere Humsafar'. In 1980s she sang Bhajans (reverential melodies). In spite of the fact that her dairy cultivate, her antique loaded home, her steering of her child Mohnish's profession, her bhajan-singing and her look for deep sense of being took up the vast majority of her time in her later years, she, in any case, kept on acting. 

Her wellbeing got ugly in 1989. She created growth of the liver and left for wonderful dwelling place 1991 at 54 years old. 

Nutan has won 6 Filmfare Awards. Different honors are endless. She won a greater number of honors than some other performer of Hindi Cinema. 

Filmfare Award of Nutan 

Nutan has won the most noteworthy number of Filmfare Awards.Outstanding Performance Award for Meri Jung – 1985
Best Actress Award for Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki – 1978
Best Actress Award for Milan – 1967
Best Actress Award for Bandini – 1963
Best Actress Award for Sujata – 1959
Best Actress Award for Seema – 1955
List of Nutan’s Films
Nutan did a large number of films during her cinema career. Following is the filmography og Nutan.

Year Film Cast
1950 HAMARI BETI Nutan’s debut
1951 HUM LOG Nutan, Shyama, Balraj Sahni
1951 NAGINA Nutan, Nasir Khan, Bipin
1951 PARBAT Nutan, with Premnath
1951 SHISHAM Nutan with Nasir Khan
1951 NIRMOHI Nutan, Leela Misra
1952 HANGAMA Nasir Khan, Nutan
1953 LAILA MAJNU Shammi Kapoor, Nutan
1954 SHABAB Nutan, Bharat Bhushan
1955 SEEMA Nutan, Balraj Sahni, Shobha Khote
1956 HEER Nutan, Pradeep Kumar, Lalita Pawar
1957 BAARISH Nutan, Dev Anand
1957 PAYING GUEST Dev Anand, Nutan, Shobha Khote
1958 AAKHRI DAAO Shekhar, Nutan
1958 DILLI KA THUG Kishore Kumar, Nutan
1958 SOLVAH SAAL Dev Anand, Nutan
1958 SONE KI CHIDIYA Nutan, Balraj Sahni, Talat Mehmood
1959 ANARI Raj Kapoor, Nutan, Motilal
1959 KANHAIYA Raj Kapoor, Nutan
1959 SUJATA Sunil Dutt, Nutan
1960 BASANT Shammi Kapoor, Nutan, Pran
1960 CHHALLIA Nutan, Raj Kapoor, Rehman
1963 BANDINI Ashok Kumar, Nutan, Dharmendra
1963 DIL HI TO HAI Raj Kapoor, Nutan, Pran
1963 TERE GHAR KE SAMNE Dev Anand, Nutan, Om Prakash
1965 RISHTE NAATE Nutan, Raj Kumar
1966 DIL NE PHIR YAAD KIYA Nutan, Rehman, Dharmendra
1966 DULHAN EK RAAT KI Nutan, Dharmendra
1966 KHANDAN Nutan, Sunil Dutt, Mumtaz
1967 LAAT SAHIB Nutan, Shammi Kapoor
1967 MANZIL Dev Anand, Nutan, Mehmood
1967 MILAN Sunil Dutt, Nutan
1968 SARASWATI CHANDRA Nutan, Manish, Ramesh Deo
1969 BHAI BAHEN Nutan, Sunil Dutt
1970 YAADGAR Nutan, Manoj Kumar, Pran
1972 ANURAAG Nutan, Debut of Moushumi Chatterjee, Ashok Kumar, Vinod Mehra
1973 SAUDAGAR Amitabh Bachchan, Nutan
KI Nutan, Asha Parekh, Vinod Khanna
1978 SAAJAN BINA SUHAGAN Rajendra Kumar, Nutan
1981 SAAJAN KI SAHELI Rajendra Kumar, Rekha
1983 MAHARAJA Sanjay Khan, Nutan, Sujit Kumar
1983 MAYURI Nutan
1983 MERI JUNG Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Sheshadri
1983 RISHTA KAAGAZ KA Raj Babbar, Rati Agnihotri, Nutan
1985 AAR PAAR Mithun Chakraborty, Rosina
1985 YUDH Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor
1986 KARMA Dilip Kumar, Nutan, Jackie Shroff
1986 NAAM Nutan, Kumar Gaurav, Sunjay Dutt
1987 HIFAZAT Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit
1989 GURU Sridevi, Mithun Chakraborty, Nutan
1989 KANOON APNA APNA Dilip Kumar, Nutan, Sanjay Dutt
1994 INSANIYAT Amitabh Bachchan, Sunny Deol
Her simplicity of thought, word and deed and her devotion to work in any given situation is still remembered. Nutan could often be short and impatient with a lot of people but her winsome personality always brought them back to the fold. A woman of great ideals, she always maintained a sense of responsibility.

She died of liver cancer seven years ago but the Nutan legend lives on…

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