Rekha Net Worth

What is the estimated net worth of the actress Rekha? She is a person both men and women like and cherish. It is people like she who make us look up to Hollywood and other movie stars. We will talk about her net worth, but first, a little bit more about the actress herself. She is an Indian born in Chennai, India on the October 10, 1954. Finding her talents at quite a young age, she studied and later graduated from unknown. Over a period of time she was selected to appear in many movies and TV shows. Popular in her home country and across the globe, Rekha stands at 1.7 m. Mukesh Aggarwal (m. 1990–1991) and unknown make up her family. Since we know that Hollywood actors earn six, seven or even eight figure sums, Rekha is no exception, having an estimated net worth of $40 Million.

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Rekha was born into a family of actors, and she followed in her father’s footsteps. She quit school at the age of 13 to fully pursue acting; she originally did not want to act, but the family’s need for finance led her to this decision.

One of her first films was in 1966 as a child in “Rangula Ratnam”. She made her heroine debut in “Operation Jackpot Nalli CID 999” in 1969, and also starred in her first Hindi film entitled “Anjana Safar”. – this film ran into censorship problems which delayed it for almost a decade. She originally did not speak Hindi, and had a lot of trouble communicating. In 1970, she was part of two films, one of which was her Bollywood debut in “Sawan Bhadon”; the film became a hit and propelled her to stardom, increasing her net worth significantly. She had a lot of offers afterwards, and would appear in commercially successful films such as “Pran Jay Par Vachan Na Jaye”. Due to criticisms on her physical appearance, she started improving it as well as her acting – she changed dramatically and portrayed a rape victim in the film “Ghar” which was considered by many as the first notable milestone of her career, and she received a Filmfare Award nomination for her performance. She then starred in “Muqaddar Ka Sikandar”, which became the biggest hit of the year.

Her net worth continued to increase in the 1980s, leading with the comedy “Khubsoorat”. The film would win a Best Film Filmfare Award, and won her a first Best Actress Award. She received a lot more notice and was given better opportunities; other projects she appeared in during the 1980s include “Umrao Jaan” and “Baseraa”. She also started working in the independent scene to fulfill roles that shied away from her mainstream offers. She was a part of the award-winning drama “Kalyug”, and also became a part of the erotic comedy “Mrichhakatika”. She won her second Filmfare Award for “Khoon Bhari Maang” which she considers one of her most concentrated films.

The 1990s saw a drop in her success, with a lot of her roles criticized by reviewers. She still played leading roles despite her age, but had several films that went unnoticed. She then had a box office hit in “Phiil Bane Angaray”, which got her another Filmfare nomination. Despite this, her film success proved mixed, as she also took on controversial roles. She did win a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress in “Khiladiyan Ka Khiladi”, which featured her first villainous role. She bounced back in the 2000s with another nominated film in the drama “Lajja”, and became part of the award-winning science fiction film “Koi… Mil Gaya”, which was a critical and financial success. She reprised her role in the sequel “Krrish”, which got numerous awards once again. A few of her latest projects include “Sadiyaan” and “Shamitabh”.

For her personal life, it is known that Rekha married Mukesh Aggarwal in 1990 but he committed suicide a year later. She was also rumored to have married actor Vinod Mehra, but it was later denied. She currently resides in Bandra, Mumbai.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Rekha
  • Net Worth: $40 Million
  • Date Of Birth: October 10, 1954
  • Place Of Birth: Chennai, India
  • Height: 1.7 m
  • Profession: Actress
  • Nationality: Indian
  • Spouse: Mukesh Aggarwal (m. 1990–1991)
  • Parents: Gemini Ganesan, Pushpavalli
  • Siblings: Kamala Selvaraj, Radha Usman Syed, Vijaya Chamundeswari, Jaya Shreedhar, Narayani Ganesh, Revathi Swaminathan, Sathish Kumaar Ganesan
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  • Awards: Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award, Filmfare Award for Best Actress, Padma Shri, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress, National Film Award for Best Actress, IIFA Award for Outstanding Contribution to Indian Cinema (Female), IIFA Lifetime Achievement Award, Screen Award for Best Villain, Zee C…
  • Nominations: IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress, Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada, Zee Cine Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, In Aankhon Ki Masti, Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum (From “Silsila”), Dil Cheez Kya Hai
  • Movies: Aastha: In the Prison of Spring, Silsila, Umrao Jaan, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Khoon Bhari Maang, Utsav, Ghar, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, Khubsoorat, Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love, Yatra, Do Anjaane


  • I like shooting after three in the afternoon. I sleep on my face and it tends to get puffy in the mornings. The face actually starts settling after noon and is at its best around six in the evening. (April 1978)
  • The moment you’re a star, you’re no longer normal. That’s a curse you’ve got to live with. (January 1997)
  • On why she never adopted a child: Because it is the hardest job ever. As if.. not more responsible as a teacher’s job. I know what it is to be deprived of a father’s love. I would want a child to have both parents. That’s why I’ve never thought of adoption.. or of having a child out of wedlock. (February 2008)
  • I’ve done concerts twice in my life.. in ’87 and ’97. Maybe this is the year to start planning a concert.. it has to be done right. I don’t want to be running all over the place like a headless chicken. (February 2008)
  • Maybe beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, in one self. So what? I don’t care if it’s said she’s on some sort of spiritual trip, she’s obscure, vague, not normal.. she wants to be different. I’m not so different.. but people don’t want to be common or normal. They have put me on a high pedestal.. or think I’m alien.. or.. (February 2008)
  • On meeting her ideal man someday: “May be I’m being unreal and impractical, but I’m not in denial. If I find someone who’s willing to share me with my fans, I might change my mind. If I had a man, I’d just be devoting all my attention to that one person. I’ll take out his clothes, personally monitor his menu, prepare the lunch and personally deliver it to him.” (Dec 9, 2006)
  • “I don’t have to spend hours planning and executing my clothes and makeup. I’ve done it for 40-odd years. I can’t bring myself to spend more than 15 minutes on makeup and clothes.” (Dec 9, 2006)
  • “Loner is just a word. It means I spend most my time on my own. Going by my nature, it’s the most comfortable situation to be in. My god! Think of all the time I get to reason out things, not analyze situations, that’s such a waste of time. But you’ve got to analyze things. And I never consciously created that time. It was bestowed on me.” (Dec 9, 2006)
  • “I never thought I’d be home alone, with all my sisters married and gone. I never thought I’d not have my own family, my own children.” (Dec 9, 2006)
  • When asked if she regretted not having children: “Not any more. I do not miss children. Even if I find the ultimate man to have babies with, it’d be very unfair to my priorities. Because if I have a baby, I won’t be able to focus on anything else. Then what happens to the babies all over the world with whom I’m connected?” (Dec 9, 2006)
  • When asked if she is afraid of aging: “If I let these thoughts affect me, I wouldn’t be able to be creative. I’m petrified of falling ill and going to the hospital. However, disasters are a part and parcel of life. I cannot avoid them. But when a catastrophe happens, I’d like to see it as a signal to go into another phase of my life. So, in a silly masochistic way, I welcome pain because it will help me grow.” (Dec 9, 2006)
  • “I didn’t know what the word father mean’t. When you think of father, when you mention the word father, it’s someone in the church. That’s all I know of a father.” (October 2006)
  • “I was never a kind of person who voiced my impressions or my feelings. I never told anybody what I feel. I was very shy, to open my mouth when there are men around.” (October 2006)
  • “I didn’t have an idea. I don’t know what a man is all about, what he’s supposed to be. Is he supposed to be a provider? Is he supposed to be a lover? Yes, I knew the lover part. I knew that by heart. I knew that my man had to be a lover. He had to love me to death. Because I didn’t know any better.” (October 2006)
  • When asked what she was like as a teenager: “Wow! At that point all I wanted was to be married. And to be loved, and to spend the rest of my life with somebody who truly, truly, truly cared for me, and have children. Lots, and lots, and lots of children. I wonder why I felt like that then.” (October 2006)
  • “I don’t feel the pinch, you know, or the sting. It’s gone. I’m healed now. I’m not bitter anymore.” (October 2006)
  • “My heart goes out to Ash. She’s been around for so long and yet not been there. That’s how it was with me…until I did Umrao. It seemed improbable that a Tamilan girl talking Urdu would work. Similarly this South Indian girl should realize her potential in Umrao. She doesn’t need to go to Hollywood to prove herself. She’s our own. Why Bride & Prejudice (2004)? Who are these people from outside trying to tap Ash’s potential? She’s our treasure. It’s time we acknowledge her.” (October 2006)
  • About Aishwarya Rai: “I think she has got a very raw deal. She’s our treasure but she’s neither here nor there, with one foot in Hollywood. She has not had anything great since Devdas (2002). I will fight for her like a tigress if need be.” (October 2006)
  • About Aishwarya Rai Bachchan taking on her role in the remake of Umrao Jaan (1981): “I am so fond of Ash. Even when she was a model, I was very positive of her achievements, and had huge expectations from her. People might think I’m prejudiced but I truly believe that even though ‘Umrao Jaan’ has done a lot for us, it will do a lot more for Ash. She truly deserves it.” (October 2006)
  • When asked if she would have a problem doing sexual roles at her age: “After Aastha: In the Prison of Spring (1997) people had a lot to say about my role of a wife who moonlights as a prostitute. I don’t have problems playing anything. I’ve reached a stage where I could do justice to any role that came my way. It could be Maa ka role (the role of a mother), bhabhi ka role (the role of a young woman). negative, positive, sensational or anything.” (October 2006)
  • (July 2006, about Hrithik Roshan): Hrithik epitomizes everything precious in a man, be it as a son, lover or as a husband. This kid is a complete human being.
  • On winning the Stardust Role Model Award: “Thank you Stardust for honoring me with this award. I’m indeed gratified. I don’t have to say much. My smile and the audiences’ smile says it all. I have been around in this industry for the last 36 years, but I promise I will entertain you for another 63 years.” (February 2006)
  • I don’t care much for success – it’s an alien word to me. I don’t believe in success, I don’t believe in achievements so to speak. I just believe in relishing every moment of my life. That’s enough for me.
  • One thing that has influenced my personal life, my career, my attitude, the person I have become and every decision that I have made is the fact that I have been a loner as a child. I have been more or less on my own. In that case, one can feel sorry for oneself. But, in my case, it gave me more time to observe.
  • I have had the best of both worlds. My profession cannot but thrust me into contact with people all the time. I am a lover of life, very curious, a good listener. I observe, I evaluate. Interacting with co-stars, fans, guests all the time can be nerve-wrenching. But when I meet people, I learn, I evaluate, I marvel, I absorb, I remember, and that helps me grasp and process it back at home.
  • Among the models I admire, I find Aishwarya is the best. I disagree with the media that she is ‘plastic’. I find her very expressive.
  • Sometimes I really wish my life were as exciting as people think it is. Let me also add that my private life is mine alone. I don’t want to bare it for discussion and dissection. Because my life can be misunderstood and misinterpreted.
  • Well loneliness is still a part of me, but being alone is not necessarily being lonely.
  • I devoted thirty-one years of my life to this industry and in turn this industry has given me everything that I can be proud of – name, fame and the perks that go with stardom.
  • Now people might think that I am not married and I have no children, the conventional lifestyle you know, but I see it this way: as long as you are alive, you have a chance to have a future. At least there is hope.
  • I’m a very shy person. Unlike what has been insinuated, it’s not a strategy to retain my aura. I’m not trying to live up to any mystery woman image.
  • When asked about the doctors that say they did plastic surgeries on her: “I wish I could meet all those surgeons. Every once in a while, some doctor claims to have done some operation on me.”


  • Rekha’s nephew Naveed Syed (Ozman) is married to former actor Sameer Khan’s daughter Seher Khan. Sameer Khan is the younger brother of actor Feroz Khan. Naveed and Sehar have two boys.
  • Nephew Naveed Ozman from San Fransisco, attempted to become a actor in Bollywood in 2008. He left and went back to San Fransisco after a year because he was not able to sign any films.
  • Actor Abhinay Vaddi is her step nephew. Sister Vijaya’s son.
  • Step-nephew of actor Abhinay Vaddi (Gemini Ganesan and Savitri’s grandson).
  • Rekha was the 2nd highest paid Hindi actress from 1979-81 and 1st highest paid Hindi actress along-with Reena from 1982-1984 and 3rd highest paid Hindi actress from 1987-92.
  • Jeetendra-Rekha were romantically paired in 26 films and 15 were hits.
  • Even though the movies she has made are in Hindi, her mother tongue is actually Tamil.
  • Ranked #5 by in its list of the “Top 10 Bollywood Actresses Ever”. (March 2007).
  • Has seven sisters and one brother.
  • Listed #50 by the UK magazine Eastern Eye one of “Asia’s Sexiest Women” (Sept/2006).
  • Has a search engine named after her with the domain name
  • She is very active on the Internet, especially on sites about movies. She is also a staunch feminist.
  • Is a vegetarian.
  • Is a huge fan of Oprah Winfrey and watches her show regularly.
  • Could barely speak a word of Hindi at the start of her career. She learned Hindi and then later learned the nuances of Urdu for her role of a courtesan in Umrao Jaan (1981).
  • In 1986, forty-eight pieces of her expensive jewelery was stolen from her house. The thief, Muniraj Kanappa, was later caught and sentenced to seven years in prison. The court held the jewelery and planned on giving it back after she filed the due application form. But it wasn’t until 17 years later that she remembered this and then went in to collect her jewelery.
  • Loves nature, and enjoys working in her garden and taking care of her plants.
  • Said that if she had a son, she would want him to be like Hrithik Roshan. Her dream came true when she played Hrithik’s mom in the movie Koi… Mil Gaya (2003) and also his grandmother in Krrish (2006).
  • Has a large collection of of tissue Kanjeevaram and chiffon saris, most of which are of the color gold.
  • Says that if she could change one thing about herself, it would be her hips.
  • Some of her favorite western singers include Laura Branigan, Barbra Streisand, Bryan Adams, Whitney Houston and Sting.
  • Used to have a dog named Pisti who passed away. She now has a cat called Bhaiyyu.
  • Was good friends with actress Meena Kumari before Meena’s death.
  • Loves to read comics. Her favourites include Dennis The Menace and Archie.
  • In 2001, she tried to stop author Mohan Deep from publishing a biography on her called ‘Eurekha!’. She failed but would visit bookstores and ask the owners not to keep copies of ‘Eurekha!’ on their shelves.
  • The entire Bollywood industry was shocked in the early 80s when Rekha’s secret affair was revealed with Amitabh Bachchan, who was married to Jaya Bhaduri. Oddly enough, the three of them later starred in the film Silsila (1981), which dealt with the topic of a married man in love with woman other than his wife. This would be Rekha and Amitabh Bachchan’s last film together.
  • Was considered for the role of Queen Noor Jehan in the movie Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story (2005).
  • Has a younger sister who resides in California.
  • When she played the teacher of the Kama Sutra in the controversial film Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996), many people at the time thought that it would put an end to her career.
  • Was considered for the lead in Market (2003)
  • Has gained icon status in Bollywood cinema for her four decade career in the industry.
  • Has been called the Madonna and Cher of the Bollywood industry because of her constant reinvention throughout her career.
  • Credits the regular nutritious diet and exercise as the secret to her ageless face and figure.
  • Was obese and plump in her first films in the early 70s but underwent a spectacular transformation and became the ageless icon of beauty and glamour of Bollywood.
  • Formed a popular screen couple with Amitabh Bachchan, with whom she made a total of nine films as a heroine to him and with Jeetendra with whom she worked as his heroine in 26 films.
  • Hindi megastar
  • Does yoga every day to maintain her ageless look.
  • Daughter of Gemini Ganesan and Pushpavalli.


  • She has mesmeric eyes that she uses with devastating effect
  • Her seductive voice


Title Year Status Character
Super Nani 2014 Bharti Bhatia
Sadiyaan: Boundaries Divide… Love Unites 2010 Amrit Kaur
Yatra 2006 Lajwanti ‘Lajjo’ ‘Miss Lisa’
Krrish 2006 Sonia Mehra
Kudiyon Ka Hai Zamaana 2006 Mayuri
Parineeta 2005 Moulin Rouge singer (singing voice)
Bachke Rehna Re Baba 2005 Rukmini / Richa / Gurpreet
Koi… Mil Gaya 2003 Sonia Mehra
Bhoot 2003 Sarita
Dil Hai Tumhaara 2002 Saritaji
Lajja 2001 Ramdulaari
Mujhe Meri Biwi Se Bachaao 2001 Kamini Mathur
Censor 2001 Ms. Shrivastav (Censor Board Member)
Zubeidaa 2001 Mandira Devi
Bulandi 2000 Lakshmi
Mother 1999 Asha Britannia
Sooryavansham 1999 Dubbing Artiste
Qila 1998 Yamini
Aastha: In the Prison of Spring 1997 Mansi
Udaan 1997 Varsha Sahay
Aurat Aurat Aurat 1996 Sita Vajpai
Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love 1996 Rasa Devi, teacher of the Kama Sutra
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi 1996 Maya
Ab Insaf Hoga 1995 Jankidevi Prasad
Nishana 1995
Madam X 1994 Madam X / Sonu
Geetanjali 1993/I Anjali / Geeta
Insaaf Ki Devi 1992 Sadhana S. Verma
Waqt Ka Badshah 1992
Phool Bane Angaarey 1991 Namrita Singh
Yeh Aag Kab Bujhegi 1991
Aag Ka Dariya 1990
Azaad Desh Ke Gulam 1990 Bharti Bhandari
Mera Pati Sirf Mera Hai 1990 Sharda Dayal Sharma
Sheshnaag 1990
Amiri Garibi 1990 Sona
Naya Andaz 1990 Video
Jism Ka Rishta 1989 Singer in Qawalli ( Special Appearance)
Bahurani 1989 Madhuri / Malti Chaudhary
Bhrashtachar 1989 Bhavani K. Dutt
Ladaai 1989 Public Prosecutor Shakuntala Verma
Souten Ki Beti 1989 Radha S. Verma
Clerk 1989 Sneh V. Kapoor
Kasam Suhaag Ki 1989 Surajmukhi / Shama
Ek Naya Rishta 1988 Aarti Saxena
Khoon Bhari Maang 1988 Aarti Saxena / Jyoti
Biwi Ho To Aisi 1988 Shalu S. Bhandari
Soorma Bhopali 1988 Drunk Woman (Sp Appearance)
Waaris 1988 Dubbing artiste.
Apne Apne 1987 Sharda R. Kapoor
Ijaazat 1987 Sudha
Pyaar Ki Jeet 1987 Soni
Jaan Hatheli Pe 1987
Sansar 1987 Uma V. Sharma
Khazana 1987 Anita Mathur
Insaaf Ki Awaaz 1986 Inspector Jhansi Rani
Musafir 1986 Saraswasti Pillai
Sadaa Suhagan 1986 Laxmi
Janbaaz 1986 Cabaret Singer (Guest Appearance)
Aakhree Raasta 1986 Dubbing Artsite
Locket 1986 Shalu
Jaal 1986 Amita S. Singh / Sundari / Meenabai
Faasle 1985 Maya
Jhoothi 1985 Kalpana Srivastav
Ram Tere Kitne Nam 1985 Mrs. Radha Gupta
Jhutha Sach 1984 Alka
Utsav 1984 Vasantsena
Zameen Aasmaan 1984 Kanchan Gupta
Asha Jyoti 1984 Jyoti
Baazi 1984 Mrs. Asha Sharma
Maati Maangey Khoon 1984 Shyamlee (Courtesan)
Maang Bharo Sajana 1984 Radha
Bindiya Chamkegi 1984 Bindiya / Radha A. Kumar / Radha S. Kapoor
Paan khaye Saiyan Hamaar 1984 Courtesan ‘Dil De Be’
Agar Tum Na Hote 1983 Mrs. Purnima Mehra / Radha
Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye 1983 Shakuntala
Prem Tapasya 1983 Bela
Nishaan 1983 Rita
Rekha’s Mind and Body Temple 1983
Ghazab 1982 Jamuna
Mehndi Rang Layegi 1982
Vijeta 1982 Neelima
Deedar-E-Yaar 1982 Husna
Apna Bana Lo 1982 Roopadevi
Raaste Pyar Ke 1982
Jeevan Dhaara 1982 Sangeeta Shrivastav
Umrao Jaan 1981 Amiran
Yaarana 1981 Dubbing Artsite
Ek Hi Bhool 1981 Sadhana Srivastav
Ghungroo Ki Awaaz 1981 Kajal
Baseraa 1981 Purnima Kohli aka Nima’
Silsila 1981 Chandni
Daasi 1981 Tara
Khoon Aur Paani 1981 Champa
Mangalsutra 1981 Geyetri B. Prasad
Kalyug 1981 Supriya
Chehre Pe Chehra 1981 Daisy
Dushman Dost 1981
Saajan Ki Saheli 1981 Moon-Moon Dhawan
Judaai 1980 Gauri Singh / Gauri S. Verma
Khubsoorat 1980 Manju Dayal
Ram Balram 1980/I Shobha
Aanchal 1980 Tulsi
Neeyat 1980
Agreement 1980 Mala Mathur
Jal Mahal 1980 Namita
Jyoti Bane Jwala 1980 Courtesan (Special appearance)
Kali Ghata 1980 Rekha / Rashmi
Ahimsa 1979
Do Shikaari 1979 Sunita
Suhaag 1979 Basanti
Mr. Natwarlal 1979 Shanno
Jaani Dushman 1979 Champa
Kartavya 1979 Neeta
Muqabla 1979 Qawwali Singer
Prem Bandhan 1979 Mahua
Karmayogi 1978 Rekha
Muqaddar 1978
Parmatma 1978 Deepa
Rahu Ketu 1978 Tulsi
Ram Kasam 1978
Sawan Ke Geet 1978
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar 1978 Zohrabai
Do Musafir 1978 Bijli
Bhola Bhala 1978 Champa
Kasme Vaade 1978 Dancer (Guest Appearance)
Aakhri Daku 1978
Ganga Ki Saugand 1978 Dhaniya
Ghar 1978 Aarti Chandra
Chakkar Pe Chakkar 1977 Sheila
Dildaar 1977 Lata
Farishta Ya Qatil 1977
Kachcha Chor 1977 Ashadevi
Ram Bharose 1977 Kiran
Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein 1977 Dancer (Guest Appearance)
Aap Ki Khatir 1977 Sarita
Alaap 1977 Radhakumari “Radhiya”
Khoon Pasina 1977 Chanda
Immaan Dharam 1977 Durga
Saal Solvan Chadya 1977 Wedding Entertainer
Veer Arjun 1977
Aaj Ka Mahaatma 1976 Mala
Santan 1976
Do Anjaane 1976 Rekha Roy / Sunita Devi
Kabeela 1976 Shobha
Nagin 1976 Sunita
Khalifa 1976 Rekha
Udaanchoo 1976 Special Appearance
Aakhri Geet 1975
Dafaa 302: Indian Penal Code Section 302 (Section of Murder) 1975
Kahte Hain Mujhko Raja 1975
Zorro 1975/II Rajkumari Rekha
Dharam Karam 1975 Basanti
Aakraman 1975 Sheetal
Dharmatma 1975 Anu
Do Aankhen 1974
Duniya Ka Mela 1974
Hawas 1974 Club Dancer
Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye 1974 Janniya
Woh Main Nahin 1974 Anjali
Barkha Bahar 1973 Ganga / Champa Bai
Dharma 1973 Mrs. Asha Singh
Kahani Kismat Ki 1973 Rekha
Kashmakash 1973
Keemat 1973 Sudha
Mehmaan 1973 Sheela
Namak Haraam 1973 Shyama
Anokhi Ada 1973 Neeta Gupta
Khoon Khoon 1973
Double Cross 1972 Rekha
Do Yaar 1972
Ek Bechara 1972
Gaon Hamara Shaher Tumhara 1972 Parvati (Paro)
Gora Aur Kala 1972 Phoolwa
Sazaa 1972 Special Appearance
Zameen Aasmaan 1972 Kalpana
Raampur Ka Lakshman 1972 Rekha Choudhury
Dost Aur Dushman 1971 Special Appearance
Haseenon Ka Devata 1971 Sunita / Chhabili
Saaz Aur Sanam 1971
Elaan 1971 Mala Mehta / Mary
Ammakosam 1970
Sawan Bhadon 1970 Chanda
Goa Dalli CID 999 1968
Operation Jackpot 1968
Rangula Ratnam 1966 as Baby Bhanurekha
Music Department
Title Year Status Character
Ek Naya Rishta 1988 playback singer
Agar Tum Na Hote 1983 playback singer
Khubsoorat 1980 playback singer
Title Year Status Character
Fatal Beauty 1987 performer: “Just That Type Of Girl” – as Madame X
Khubsoorat 1980 performer: “Kayda Kayda Kaayada Kaayada”
Saal Solvan Chadya 1977 performer: “Gori Tera Roop”
Title Year Status Character
Sooryavansham 1999 voice-over – uncredited
Title Year Status Character
Shamitabh 2015 thanks
Om Shanti Om 2007 very big thanks
Title Year Status Character
Shamitabh 2015 Herself
55th Idea Filmfare Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
Om Shanti Om 2007 Herself
Bollywood Queens Vol. 2 2006 Video Herself
49th Manikchand Filmfare Awards 2003 2004 TV Special Herself – Presenter
48th Manikchand Filmfare Awards 2002 2003 TV Special Herself (Lifetime Achievement Award)
Chashme Buddoor 1981 Herself
Ladies Tailor 1981 Herself (uncredited)
Gol Maal 1979 Herself
Naya Bakra 1979 Herself (Guest Appearance)


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