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Farida Jalal

Ethnicity  Indian
Name  Farida Jalal
Occupation  Actress, comedian
Role  Actress
Years active  1960–present
Children  Yaseen Jalal
Religion  Islam

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Born  14 March 1949 (age 66) (1949-03-14) New Delhi, Dominion of India
Spouse  Tabrez Barmavar (m. 1978–2003)
Awards  Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominations  Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Comic Role
Movies and TV shows  Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayen, Aradhana, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kah, Balika Vadhu
Similar People  Tabrez Barmavar, Amrish Puri, Reema Lagoo, Himani Shivpuri, Anupam Kher

Farida jalal


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Farida Jalal (born 1949) is an Indian actress, who has acted in over two-hundred Bollywood films. Known primarily for her work in Hindi cinema, she has also worked in Telugu, Tamil and English-language films.

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Jalal started her career with Taqdeer (1967). She went on to play leading and supporting roles in numerous motion pictures across the 1970s and early 80s. She is widely remembered for her roles in Paras (1971), Henna (1991) and Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), all of which garnered the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. She became a household name after portraying motherly roles and strong female characters in the 1990s and the early 2000s. She has also won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance for her role in Mammo (1994). She won the Best Actress Award at 2012 Harlem International Film Festival for her role in A Gran Plan (2012).

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She has successfully transitioned to numerous shows on Indian television alongside her work in films. Some of her notable works are the sitcom Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi, Dekh Bhai Dekh, Shararat and Ammaji Ki Galli. She was seen in the soap opera Satrangi Sasural on channel Zee TV portraying the role of Gomti Vatsal a.k.a. Dadi Maa.

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Career

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Farida Jalal, who was born in New Delhi India, started her career in the 1960s, when she won the United Film Producers Talent Hunt sponsored by Filmfare in 1965. She along with Rajesh Khanna were chosen as finalists and were presented on stage as winners at the Filmfare Awards function. She got her first film offer for Taqdeer from Tarachand Barjatya who happened to be in the audience In an interview in 2014, she said, when asked her about initial part of her career, "I started my acting career when I was just out of my school St Joseph's Convent in Panchgani, in a film called Taqdeer. I took part in a talent contest and even won. Kaka (Rajesh Khanna) and I were the finalists. How was I to know that I'd soon be doing a film Aradhana with him?".

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She usually played the sister or rejected fiancée of the male lead but almost never the female lead. One of her most critically acclaimed roles is in Bobby where she played the part of the mentally challenged would-be fiancée of Rishi Kapoor. During the 1980s, her roles progressed from sister and girlfriend to aunt, mother, or grandmother. She is also remembered for her part in Aradhana, in which she plays Rajesh Khanna's girlfriend, and sings the song "Bagon me bahar hai, kaliyon pe nikhar hai".

When asked as to how she started getting typecast as hero's sister, she quoted in an interview"It all started with Gopi where I was offered the greatest Mr Dilip Kumar's sister's role. Forget about refusing, I jumped at the offer. Even if I had the chance to just go and observe him on the set I'd have done it. I love the man. I remember during those days each and every actor was copying Dilip Saab whether it was Dharmendra, Jeetendra or Manoj Kumar. I was much in-demand as Dilip Saab's sister. Every hero wanted the same. Every actor wanted me to play his sister.Sometimes the sister was the film's heroine. The official heroine would just sing her songs whereas I had all the dramatic scenes. I got my recognition and the awards. In a film called Paras I was Sanjeev Kumar's sister. But I had a lot more to do than Raakhee-di who played the heroine. I got my first award for it. Then I got my second award for Majboor, a film written by Salimbhai and Javedbhai where Bachchan Saab played my brother. It was so heartening. Why would I want to be heroine when I was getting the stronger parts as the sister?"

She acted for over 40 years, only taking a break during 1983 and 1990, when she settled in Bangalore.

During the 1990s, Jalal had a part in many major hits in India, among them Raja Hindustani, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Dil To Pagal Hai, Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... and Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, for which she won a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 1995. Farida Jalal played the lead in film Mammo. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. Jalal won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance .She acted in many television serials, such as in the hit sitcom, Dekh Bahi Dekh.

She was grandly acclaimed for her role in the 1994 film Mammo, for which she received the Filmfare Best Performance Award. Earlier she was also nominated multiple times for 'Best Supporting Actress Award, one for Amitabh Bachchan-Parveen Babi-Pran starrer 'Majboor' where she played Amitabh's handicapped sister.

Farida Jalal though could not get a major break as heroine against any big star except Rajesh Khanna in Aaradhana, but she played the lead role in Jeevan Rekha in which her husband Tabrez was the hero. Pran and Ajit were also in the film. A song of the film 'Yaar mere, meri baahon me aaja' by Mohammed Rafi from this film had become popular, and is still popular.

Jalal starred in Shararat (Thoda Jadu, Thodi Nazaakat), in which she played a leading role. The comedy is currently air on the Disney Channel.

In 2005, she co-hosted the 50th Filmfare Awards alongside Saif Ali Khan and Sonali Bendre, in Mumbai. In 2008, she made a special appearance in the Punjabi film Yaariyan. Recently, she appeared in the soap opera Balika Vadhu.

In 2017, she was the victim of a death hoax. On 19 February, rumours did the rounds that she had died. Annoyed, the lady asked her publicist to put the rumours to rest.

Personal life

Jalal was married to actor Tabrez Barmavar, who hails from Bhatkal and died in September 2003; they have a son named Yaseen. She met her husband on the sets of Jeevan Rekha and fell in love in the course of the film and got married in November 1978. As she wasn’t getting too many film offers after marriage, they moved to Bangalore where her husband had a soap factory business. Her son Yaseen is not interested in acting but direction and has been putting together a project that should be ready by 2016.

Awards

  • 1972: Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for: Paras (1971)
  • 1972: Bengal Film Journalists Association Award for Best Supporting Actress (Hindi) for: Paras (1971)
  • 1992: Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for: Henna (1991)
  • 1995: Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance for: Mammo (1994)
  • 1996: Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards - Best Actress (Hindi), Mammo (1994)
  • 1996: Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)
  • 2012: Harlem International Film Festival—Best Actress for A Gran Plan(2012)
  • References

    Farida Jalal Wikipedia


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