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    Nandita Morarji, better known as Nagma, (born 25 December 1974) is an Indian Actress. She is better known for her roles in Telugu and Tamil movies like Killer, Gharana Mogudu, Kadhalan, Baashha and many others. Born of a Muslim mother and a Hindu father, and on Christmas, she began her acting career in Bollywood and acted in a few of the biggest Bollywood movies but shifted down south before returning to Mumbai and continuing films in other languages. Nagma has acted in a broad range of India's languages: Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, and now Marathi.
    Nagma's biological father was Sri Arvind Pratapsinh Morarji whose forefathers hailed from a royal background from Jaisalmer, later migrating to Gujarat, Porbandar, then Mumbai. Her great grandfather Sri Gokuldas Morarji was a reputed businessman in the shipping, textile, agricultural and pharmaceutical industries. They were renowned for their philanthropy, charity, and generosity and founded many prominent educational institutions, hospitals, and Dharamshalas (religious resthouses), which still exist in places such as Pune. Her mother hailed from the Konkan region of Maharashtra. She belonged to the Kazi freedom fighter family and her original name was Shama Kazi, but she is now known as Seema. She who married Morarji in 1969 at the CCI Club in Mumbai, but separated from him in 1973. According to Nagma's passport, the name given to her at birth was Nandita Arvind Morarji, which has now been updated to Nagma Arvind Morarji. In her father's obituary printed by the family, she is referred to by her original name, Nandita.After divorcing Morarji in August 1973, Nagma's mother married, in March 1975, Chander Sadanah, a film producer, with whom she had three children: 2 daughters, Radhika (settled in the USA) and Jyothika (an actress. Through her biological father, who had re-married earlier, Nagma has two half-brothers, Dhanraj and Yuvraj.
    Nagma remained close to her biological father until his death on 31 December 2005.She explained to a Mumbai reporter that "I am proud of the fact that I belong to a respectable family. My mother was legally married to my father, the late Shri Arvind Morarji, at a public function at the CCI Club, Mumbai." It was Nagma's mother who encouraged her to become an actress and is said to have been her "constant companion on the film sets" for several years.
    Inspired by her entrepreneurial background, Nagma forayed into the clothing business by opening a boutique in Mumbai in Bandra West on Hill Road called Nagma's, which was inaugurated in September 2000 by Akshay Kumar. though the boutique was highly successful and an instant hit, she had to shut it down in 2003 as she had to be by the side of her ailing father while simultaneously honoring her bhojpuri and other language film commitments apart from her spiritual quest, then teaching Art of Living. She idolizes Mrs. Indira Gandhi, was impressed by Rajiv Gandhi and highly inspired by Mrs. Sonia Gandhi. She joined the Congress Political Party from the year 2003-04 as an official Star Campaigner, promoting the party, and propagating its agenda nationwide. She later went on to become an AICC (All India Congress Committee) Member from Maharashtra and remains so till date.
    Nagma's debut film Baaghi: A Rebel for Love was Hindi cinema's seventh highest grossing film in 1990.With Karisma Kapoor, she was also one of the female leads in 1994's Suhaag with Ajay Devgan and Akshay Kumar. Following these films, she moved south to star in Telugu and Tamil movies at the behest of her friend Divya Bharti. Explaining her shift, she cited what she was more conscious of the quality of work, in terms of meaty roles and her flair to travel throughout India understanding different cultures and her drive and passion to get acclamation from all over India. She stated "Language was never a barrier. I love adventure, culture and have great respect for the Indian tradition". A girl with a Muslim name and a Hindu father and born on Christmas a perfect example of national integration, did what was best for her then. She became a major star in the south and remained so. Although she started off with a bang in Bollywood (Hindi cinema) with topmost banners, actors and directors. The main reason for her shift could have been that her personal family life was getting affected by the yellow journalism and stories.
    Her Telugu films include 1992's Gharana Mogudu with Chiranjeevi, Allari Alludu with Nagarjuna Akkineni and Major Chandrakanth with NTR and Mohan Babu. Her Tamil films include Baasha with Rajnikanth and 1994's Kadhalan with Prabhu Deva. In 1996, she became known for acting in a food play scene in the Tamil film Love Birds which involves the male protagonist breaking an egg and cooking it on her navel which was similar to a scene from Hot Shots involving Valeria Golino.
    After moving back to Mumbai, she told an interviewer in 2001, "The pressure of being the number one actress in Tamil cinema was getting to me. I was unhappy with the kind of films I was doing. I couldn't do the kind of work I wanted to because I had to go by the dictates of what the audience expected of a much-in-demand actress. I was stagnating so I decided to take a break." Again based in Hindi cinema, she focused on supporting roles in films like 2000's Chal Mere Bhai, which reunited her with former co-stars Karisma Kapoor, Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt. Within a year, Nagma enrolled in the spiritually oriented Art of Living course, eventually teaching it herself in Mumbai and elsewhere. While based in Mumbai, she continued to work in some Telugu and Tamil movies, such as Allari Ramudu and Citizen, as well as taking leading roles in some Malayalam films.
    Nagma was "a prominent campaigner for the Congress party...on the election trail for the party in Bihar and Jharkhand."[unreliable source?] She is quoted on the front page of The Telegraph as asking "Why were the reports made public when I have just returned from successful political campaigning in Jharkhand?"
    Nagma has acted in Bhojpuri movies, including films with the "Big Boss" participant Ravi Kishan, with whom she was linked romantically. She won a Best Actress award at the 2005 Bhojpuri Film Awards for her performance in Dulha Milal Dildar. In 2006's Ganga, she starred in the title role opposite Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini. When asked why she shifted to Bhojpuri films, she said "I wanted to do films in different languages. I have already done movies in 10 languages. My first Bhojpuri film 'Panditji Bataayina Biyaah Kab Hoii' was a huge hit. After that the offers poured in and they were too good to be ignored." When interviewed by The Hindu in Delhi in April 2007, she indicated that another important reason for her decision to focus on Bhojpuri films was to help with her political campaigning.

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    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo


    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo


    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo



    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

    Bollywood Hot NavelImages Actress In Saree Stills Hot New Tamanna Wallpapers Show Photo

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