After Alok Nath, Bollywood actor Mohnish Bahl is trending on Twitter. Just like Alok Nath, one fine morning Twitteratti targeted Bahl without any reason. Mohnish Bahl, who is best known for his role in movies like 'Maine Pyar Kiya', 'Hum Aapke Hain Kaun', 'Hum Saath Saath Hain' and TV ser
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Nutan Samarth was born on 4th June 1936 to actress mother, Shobhana (nee Saroj P. Shilotri) and Director Kumarsen Samarth. Nutan's parents separated when she was still a child. At the age of 14 her producer mother got her a role in 'Hamari Beti' during 1950, proving to the world that a gawky and ugly duckling would act better than her looks, and that too barely six years after an offer by Chandulal Shah to get Nutan in his movie 'Nal Damayanti' fell through. Shortly after the completion of 'Hamari Beti' Nutan was enrolled in La Chatelaine a finishing school in Switzerland. AFter her return, she acted in 3 more movies, before landing a landmark role in 'Seema' in 1955 that established her as a star in her own right. Nutan was also way ahead of her time, being crowned Miss India in 1951, she went on to become one of the few actresses bold enough to wear a bikini, which she did in 1958 in 'Dilli Ka Thug'. She acted as a child artiste, then as a leading lady, and then in character roles. On October 11, 1959 she married Lt. Commander Rajish Behl, a boy her mother had chosen for her. A son, Mohnish, was born to them in 1963. When Nutan found out that her mom had been misappropriating her earnings, she filed a Civil suit and broke off all relationship with her. The relationship with her mom remained strained until Nutan was diagnosed with cancer. Nutan passed away on February 21, 1991 at the age of 54. Naseebwala and Insaniyat were released in 1992 and 1994 respectively. During ...
Following the discovery of a two-day-old infant dead in the swimming pool of actor Mohnish Behl’s farmhouse in Mumbra last week he has decided to sell it. The incident which left the actor disturbed does not wish to hold on to the property any longer. Quoting a source from Mumbra police, a
Another case of female foeticide is witnessed in Mumbai and this time the body of a newborn girl was dumped at veteran actor Mohnish Behl’s bungalow. The girl’s body was wrapped in a polythene bag and thrown in the swimming