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Shakila (actress)

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Shakila and Johnny Walker in Aar Paar (1954)

Shakila (1 January 1935 – 20 September 2017) was Indian actress, best known for her roles in Guru Dutt's films: Aar Paar (1954) and C.I.D. (1956).

Career[edit]

She starred with Shammi Kapoor in Shakti Samanta's China Town (1962). She also worked with Shammi kapoor in Shaheed Bhagat Singh (1963). She also had worked beautifully in films like Post Box 999.

She retired from cinema in 1963, when she married Y M Elias and moved to London, with her husband who was not from the film industry. She had a daughter with him named Meenaz. Meenaz committed suicide in 1991. Shakila's sister Noor (short for Noorjehan) was married to Johnny Walker.[1]

Shakila died at the age of 82 due to a heart attack on 20 September 2017. Shakila was buried at Mahim cemetery in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1949 Duniya
  • 1950 Dastan
  • 1953 Armaan
  • 1953 Madmust
  • 1953 Shahenshah
  • 1953 Aaghosh
  • 1954 Aar Paar - Dancer (Captain's Moll)
  • 1954 Daan
  • 1954 Gul Bahar
  • 1954 Halla Gulla
  • 1954 Khushboo
  • 1954 Laila
  • 1954 Lal Pari
  • 1954 Ali Baba 40 Chor - Marjina
  • 1954 Noor Mahal
  • 1955 Mast Qalandar
  • 1955 Ratna Manjari
  • 1956 C.I.D. - Rekha
  • 1956 Caravan
  • 1956 Hatim Tai
  • 1956 Jhansi Ki Rani - Kashi (as Shakeela)
  • 1956 Malika
  • 1956 Paisa Hi Paisa
  • 1956 Roop Kumari
  • 1957 Begunah
  • 1957 Naag Padmini
  • 1957 Paristan
  • 1957 Agra Road
  • 1958 Al Hilal
  • 1958 Chaubees Ghante
  • 1958 Post Box 999 - Nilima
  • 1959 Forty Days
  • 1959 Guest House - Neela
  • 1959 Kali Topi Lal Rumal - Champa
  • 1959 School Master
  • 1960 Abdulla
  • 1960 Baraat
  • 1960 Dr. Shaitan
  • 1960 Gambler
  • 1960 Shriman Satyawadi - Geeta
  • 1961 Reshmi Rumal - Rekha Rai
  • 1962 Baghdad Ki Raaten
  • 1962 China Town - Rita D. Rai
  • 1962 Naqli Nawab - Shabnam
  • 1962 Tower House - Sabita
  • 1962 Neeli Aankhen
  • 1963 Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye - Bimla
  • 1963 Mulzim - Asha
  • 1963 Ustadon Ke Ustad - Nita

References[edit]

  1. "Johnny Walker... signing off on a high". The Hindu. 1 August 2003. Archived from the original on 31 December 2013. Retrieved 14 July 2012. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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