Nadira Biography, Age, Height, Family & More

Nadira Biography, Age, Height, Family & More

BIRTHDAY5 December,1932 (Monday)
AGE (in 2006)74 Years Old
BIRTH SIGNSagittarius
HEIGHTin centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 8”
WEIGHTin Kilograms- 62 kg
in Pounds- 136.69 lbs

Short Biography

Nadira was born on 05-12-193 in Baghdad, Iraq. She was an Indian Film Actress.

Other Name:Florence Ezekiel Nadira

Health Issues, Illness and Death Info

Nadira died on 09-02-2006 in Mumbai in the state of Maharastra, India. She died at the age of 73 due to prolonged illness.

 DEATHDAY9 February,2006 (Wednesday)
 DEATH PLACEMumbai, Maharashtra

Personal Info

Real Name  : Nadira babbar

NickName:  NK

Occupation/Profession:   writer, Actress

Home Town:   shimla

Parents : father _   NK

                Mother_ NK

Current Place : nK

Daughter : NK

Body Figure: NK

Hair Colour: black

Eye Colour: black

Skin Colour: not know

Show  : not know

Reality Show. :  not know

Movies  : dil apna preet parayee, hanste zakhm

Nationality. : NK

Sun Sign: NK

Caste. :  NK

Debut Film: NK

TV:  nK

Religion:  NK

Address : NA

School: NK

College:    nK

Qualification:  NK

Hobbies: NK

Marital Status _ married

Best Movie:   

Salary:   not know


Favorite Color:  NK

Favorite actress : NK

Favorite Actor: NK

Favorite Movies: NK

Favorite Singer:  not know

Favorite Place:  KNK

Favorite Food:   NK

Family and Relatives

Brother:  NK

Sister:  NK

Husband:  NK

Affairs, Boyfriends and Marital Status

Boyfriends:  Not know

Son:  NK

Daughter:  NK

Money Factor

Net Worth:  not know

Contact Address

House Address.   : nK

Phone Number :  not available

Email Id.  : NK

Social Media

Nadira instagram :NK

Nadira facebook :NK

Nadira Twitter _  NK

Nadira Wikipedia:  NK

Nadira was an Indian actress who had the audacity to perform vamp or negative roles in Indian cinema. She was introduced in film ‘Aan” and but became more popular with ‘Shri 420’, ‘Pakeezha’, ‘Dil Apna Prit Parayee’, ‘Hanste Zakhm’, etc. She had a stunning beauty, but her performance captured vamp roles. Her cunning looks in her eyes could spell a magic in the viewers mind. She impressed with her first role of a Rajput princess in ‘Aan’ with Dilip Kumar, where she portrayed a negative character. Although she portrayed cunning women characters in many films, she got never stereotyped.

She maintained a balance in her versatility merely through her eye expression and even in dialogue delivery. Although she acted in supporting role, she was also one of the highest paid actresses and lived a luxury life. In those days, she owned a Rolls-Royce car. Her one song in Shree-420 ‘Mudh Mudh Ke Na Dekh’ is still a popular number of Raj Kapoor’s films.

She was a respected actress and acted with all leading heroes such as Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Raj Kumar and Dharmendra. After Raj Kapoor era was over, she was given a small role in every blockbuster movie. She got her best role in a film Julie where she acted with South Indian actress Laxmi and Om Prakash. She portrayed the Anglo-Indian mother of Julie( played by Laxmi) and achieved an award. She played the role of a dominating mother and housewife as Margaret, in the film and her body language and diction of words fully was justified to the character. Later, she appeared in Ramesh Sippy’s ‘Saagar’ as Miss Joseph, which was impressive. She was even noticed in Amar Akbar Anthony, which was a blockbuster. She was not an Indian but born to a Jewish family in Baghdad on December 5, 1932. Although her family returned to Persia, she stayed in Mumbai alone with her maid until her death. She died on February 9, 2006. As she lived alone, she had a wonderful library stocked with works of Shakespeare, Hitler, Vivekanand, books on World War II, and even some religious books. She did not like watching television at all but liked to read newspapers and listen to songs. Her last film was ‘Josh’ which had Shahrukh Khan playing the lead role.

Nadira was an actress who was a standing example for the future generations, and critics called her a woman of all times- beautiful, bold, warm, gentle and spontaneous actress before the camera. What today’s actresses strive to achieve on screen, Nadira did 50 years ago!

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