Monday, October 12, 2009

Madubala

Jika dahulu ingin pakai minyak rambut terutama sesekali jika hendak kesekolah pakailah minyak benar iaitu minyak memasak atau minyak nyior. Tapi jika bernasib baik dapatlah guna minyak madubala yang berwarna hijau yang dibotolkan. Minyak ini jika dibeli secara borong akan diikat botolnya satu dozen macam air lamonade atau kicap/budu.

Walaubagaimanpun madubala mungkin namanya dari aktress filem hindi.

Madhubala, One of the most beautiful actress to grace the Indian silver screen, was envisaged early in life, to live a life of fame and die at a young age...this tragic phenomenon, famed for her beauty, natural grace and glamour lives on as a legend in the minds of millions of movie goers. Mumtaz Jehan Begum Dehlavi alias Madhubala was born on 14th February 1933 in a poor, conservative family of Pathan Muslims in Delhi. She was the fifth of eleven children. Her father Ataullah Khan a coach man in Delhi migrated

Madhubala dreamt of becoming a movie star and she and her father tried for a break in the Hindi film world. Bombay Talkies provided Baby Mumtaz her first break in 1942 in their film Basant as a child artist when she was only 8 years old. Devika Rani, the proprietor of Bombay talkies and a leading actress of those days impressed by her performance re-christened her Madhubala and she was to act in their next film 'Jwar Bhatta' which incidentally introduced Dilip Kumar. But this did not materialise and she did a number of inconsequent films as a child artist. Though inconsequential, these films may have provided a training ground for young Madhubala who later emerged as a poised and elegant actress. During this period she was also slowly emerging as a beautiful woman. In 1947, barely 14 years she got her first break as a heroine against another debutant Raj Kapoor in 'Neel Kamal' directed by Kedar Sharma. Even then she had to struggle for some more years to attain stardom.

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