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Yesteryear actor Shakila, of a radiant grin and careless curls, from Aar Paar’s Babuji Dheere Chalna, upheld divided in Mumbai on Wednesday afternoon. The 82-year-old, who was vital in Bandra, had a large heart conflict and was rushed to Arogya Nidhi Hospital in Juhu. The wake was hold on Thursday morning during a Mahim tomb in Mumbai.
Born Badshah Begum on Jan 1, 1935, Shakila done her entrance in Duniya (1949), where she starred alongside Suraiya, who was during a time one of a many renouned Hindi film actors. She acted in a series of anticipation films such as Sindbad a Sailor (1952), Lal Pari (1954), Ali Baba 40 Chor (1954) and Hatim Tai (1956). In a career travelling 14 years, she worked with several heading directors such as Shakti Samanta and actors such as Shammi Kapoor (China Town) and Raj Kapoor (Shriman Satyawadi).
The film she is best famous for was Guru Dutt’s Aar Paar (1954), in that she played a gangster’s moll, and immortalised dual classical Geeta Dutt songs — Babuji Dheere Chalna and Hoon Abhi Main Jawan — on a screen. As a producer, Dutt also expel Shakila conflicting Dev Anand in 1956’s CID. She played a abounding brat who falls for a heading man’s charms.
After her matrimony in 1963 to Johny Barbr and pierce to a UK, Shakila stopped operative in films, detached from brief appearances in Hum Intezaar Karenge (1989) and Rajdrohi (1993).