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Heroine, Supporting actress

Ragni

The first super star film heroine from Lahore..
Ragni - Heroine, Supporting actress - The first super star film heroine from Lahore..
Facts on Ragni
Real name Shamshad Begum
First film Dulla Bhatti (Punjabi - 1940)
First film Mundri (Punjabi - 1949)
Active career1940-83
Life 1923 - 27-02-2007
Born at Gujranwala
Language Punjabi
Profession Acting
Relations S. Gul (husband)

Ragni was the first super star film heroine in Lahore based films.

She was introduced in film Dulla Bhatti (1940) and appeared in many Punjabi and Hindi/Urdu films in the 1940s.

Ragni also worked in few Bombay based films and set a record for the highest fee by any heroine when she charged Rs 50,000 for film Shah Jehan (1946). Ragni played the role of Mumtaz Mahal.

Her famous film Neik Parveen (1946) was made in Lahore by a Bombay film crew, lead by director S.M. Yousuf.

After partition, Ragni produced and acted in film Beqarar in 1950 with her second husband S. Gul. Noukar in 1955 was one of her big film and her portrayal of Dil Aram in Anarkali (1958) earned her a lot of appreciation.

Ragni played character roles in Bedari (1958), Naela (1965), Lado (1966), Taj Mahal (1958), Sheran di Jori (1969), Charhda Suraj (1970) and some other films.

Ragni was born in Gujranwala in 1923 as Shamshad Begum. Her mother was a Muslim woman and father was a Hindu landlord. She died on February 27, 2007 in Lahore.


تقسیم سے قبل کی ایک ممتاز اداکارہ راگنی کی پاکستان میں پہلی فلم مندری (1949) تھی لیکن اسے ہیروئن کے طور پر کامیابی نہ مل سکی تھی۔ وہ زیادہ تر کیریکٹرایکٹر رولز میں پسند کی گئی تھی اور کئی فلموں میں اس کے بڑے اہم کردار ہیں۔ فلم نائیلہ (1965) اس کی ایک بہت بڑی فلم تھی۔ اپنے دور میں آہو چشم کہلانے والی اداکارہ بڑی کسمپرسی کی حالت میں 2007ء میں انتقال کر گئی تھی۔







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