Waheeda Rehman will probably be seen as a visitor within the new episode of Arbaaz Khan’s chat present The Invincibles. On Thursday, the actor-producer shared a teaser of the upcoming episode that includes Waheeda, the place the veteran actor opened up about her early days. She recalled her father would maintain telling her mom to deal with her as he was nervous about her after noticing that she would carry out scenes from movies in entrance of a mirror. Also learn: When Mumtaz stated no heroine besides Waheeda Rehman ever spoke to her, didn’t even say whats up
Since making her appearing debut with the Telugu movie Rojulu Marayi (1955), Waheeda Rehman has labored in movies similar to Pyaasa (1957), Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959), Chaudhvin Ka Chand (1960) and Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962). Her newer movies embody Aamir Khan-starrer Rang De Basanti (2006) and Delhi 6 (2009) with Abhishek Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor, amongst others. In the upcoming interview with Arbaaz, the veteran actor recalled her life earlier than she joined movies.
Arbaaz Khan requested her, “Kya aap filmon ke performances mirror ke samne kabhi kabhi karti thi (Did you perform movie scenes in front of a mirror)?” To which, the veteran actor agreed, and replied, “Mere daddy kehte the mummy ko ‘bhai isko sambhalo yeh pagal ho jayegi’. Phir ek din bulo kar unhone bola mujhe ki ‘kyun karte ho beta aise?’ Maine kaha mera dil karta hai ki main jab hasoon toh duniya hase aur main jab royun toh duniya roye (My father used to tell my mother to take care of me as he worried I will go mad. One day he called me and asked why do I do that, and I said my heart wants the world to smile when I smile, and cry when I cry).” Arbaaz then stated to her, “Yeh toh phir actor banne ke hee asar hai (You showed all the signs of becoming an actor).”
Waheeda additionally recalled that she was requested to alter her title for movies. She shared her response to it, and stated within the promo, “Excuse me, it is my own name. Mere parents ne diya hai (My parents have given me the name), why should I change my name? Din raat mehnat karne ke liye taiyar hoon main, lekin chand batein jahan (I am ready to work hard, but a few things about which) I don’t feel comfortable, I will not do it because I won’t be able to.”
The veteran actor turned 85 this month.
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