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Saira Banu

Full Name  Sayra Banu
Occupation  Actress
Religion  Islam
Role  Actress
Other names  Saira Bano
Years active  1961–1986
Name  Saira Banu
Spouse  Dilip Kumar (m. 1966)
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Born  23 August 1944 (age 71) (1944-08-23) Mussoorie, India , British Indian
Relatives  Nasir Khan (Brother-in-law) Ayub Khan (Nephew)
Parents  Mian Ehsan-ul-Haq, Naseem Banu
Movies  Padosan, Junglee, Bairaag, Jhuk Gaya Aasman, Hera Pheri

Biography of saira banu


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Saira Banu (born 23 August 1944), also known as Saira Bano, is an Indian Bollywood actress and the wife of the film actor Dilip Kumar. She acted in many Bollywood films between 1961 and 1980.

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Early life

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Saira Banu was born in India to actress Naseem Banu and film producer Mian Ehsan-ul-Haq, who produced the film Phool in Mumbai and film Wadah in Pakistan. Her grandmother was the courtesan Chamiyan Bai, also known as Shamshad Begum of Delhi (not to be confused with the famous playback singer of yesteryear Shamshad Begum who was from Amritsar, Punjab). Saira spent a significant part of her childhood in London, and went to finishing school. Her grandmother was from Hasanpur Uttar Pradesh.

Career

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Saira Banu was 16 years old in 1960, the year she made her debut to Hindi films. She said in a programme, that she had basic talent and little dancing experience. Her peers all were classically trained, which was why she wasn't put in the top league. Saira started taking Kathak and Bharata Natyam lessons with success and trained herself professionally. Soon she became a dancer and her films flaunted more of her dance. Banu made her acting debut at 17 years opposite Shammi Kapoor in the 1961 film Junglee for which she earned her first Filmfare nomination as Best Actress. The famous song from this movie "Yaahoo!! Chahe Koi Mujhe Junglee Kahe" sung by Mohammed Rafi was a big success. 'Junglee' was written by Aghajani Kashmeri (aka Kashmiri and Agha Jani), who also coached her in Urdu dialogue delivery, given his background in Urdu literature and poetry from Lucknow. 'Junglee' also instantly made her a successful actress throughout the 1960s and early 1970s. But it is said that the turning point of her career was the comedy and love story Padosan, which brought her to be one of the successful actresses.

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Her valiant attempts to establish a reputation as an actress after Gopi, Sagina and Bairaag (all with Dilip Kumar) and films like Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Chaitali met with limited success. Some of her successful films are 'Jhuk Gaya Aasman' and 'Aayi Milan Ki Bela' with Rajendra Kumar, with Biswajeet, she paired in 'April Fool', with one more successful actor Joy Mukherjee, her films were 'Aao Pyar Karen', 'Door Ki Aaawaz' and with Dharmendra, she did Jwar Bhata, Aadmi Aur Insaan, Resham Ki Dori, Pocket Maar, International Crook, and Chaitali. She also did 'Pyar Mohabbat' with Dev Anand and did two films with Manoj Kumar, namely 'Poorab Aur Paschim' and 'Balidan'. She did earn three additional Filmfare nominations as Best Actress for Shagird (1967), Diwana (1968), and Sagina (1974). In 1976, Saira chose to end her film career. Subsequently she weathered a storm in her marriage in 1980 which was quickly resolved. She then appeared in a cameo opposite her husband in Duniya (1984) and her last film Faisla released in 1988 which was filmed and completed in mid-70s.

Personal life

Saira Banu married actor Dilip Kumar in 1966. He was 44 at the time while she was 22.

Filmography

  • Junglee (1961) ... Rajkumari 'Raj' Nominated Filmfare Award for Best Actress
  • Shaadi (1962)
  • Bluff Master (1963) ... Seema
  • Door Ki Awaaz (1964)
  • Aaoo Pyaar Karein (1964)
  • Ayee Milan Ki Bela (1964) ... Barkha Choudhry
  • April Fool (1964) ... Madhu/Rita Christina
  • Saaz aur awaaz (1966)
  • Yeh Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai (1966)
  • Pyar Mohabbat (1966)
  • Shagird (1967)
  • Diwana (1967)
  • Aman (1967)
  • Padosan (1968)
  • Jhuk Gaya Aasmaan (1968)
  • Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969)
  • Gopi (1970)
  • Purab Aur Paschim (1970)
  • Victoria No. 203 (1972)
  • International Crook (1973)
  • Resham Ki Dori (1973)
  • Jwar Bhata (1973)
  • Sagina (1974)
  • Pocket Maar (1974)
  • Zameer (1974)
  • Paise Ki Gudiya(1974)
  • Saazish (1975)
  • Chaitali (1975)
  • Hera Pheri (1976)
  • Bairaag (1976)
  • Nehle Pe Dehla (1976)
  • Kala Aadmi (1978)
  • Duniya (1984)
  • Faisla (1988)
  • Songs

    Mere tumhare beech mein
    Woh Hain Zara Khafa Khafa
    Kahan chal diye idhar to aao
    How Sweet Dadaji
    Sachcha hai pyar mera agar
    Tumko Hamari Umar Lag Jaye
    Kashmir Ki kali hoon main
    Ek Chatur Naar
    Thoda Sa Thahro
    Kaun Hai Jo Sapnon Mein
    Suku Suku
    Do Bechare Bin Sahare
    Dekha Main Ne Dekha
    Tujhe Humne Chaha Apna Samajh Kar
    Purva Suhani Aayi Re
    Ja Ja Ja Mere Bachpan
    Kisi ki jaan lete hain
    Kanha Kanha Aan Padi
    Meri Pyaari Bindu
    Chale Aao
    Dulhan Chali
    Mere Saamne Waali Khidki
    Nain Tumhare
    Bura Maan Gaye
    O Sanam Tere Ho Gayen Hum
    Aa Ha Ayee Milan Ki Bela
    Unse mili nazar ke mere hosh ud gai revival
    Ehsan Tera Hoga
    Ehsaan Tera Hoga
    Main Kamsin Hoon Nadan Hoon
    Gore Gore
    Ramchandra Keh Gaye Siyase

    References

    Saira Banu Wikipedia


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