Madhubala: I don't want to die... ("Popular Life Stories")

Madhubala was born as Mumtaz Jehan Begum in Delhi on 14 February 1933 When she entered in film industry as a child artist in 1942, who could ever thought on seeing her that one day she would become one of the most beautiful and versatile actresses of Hindi cinema Lavishly illustrated with photos of Madhubala, this special book covers in detail the major events in her lifMadhubala was born as Mumtaz Jehan Begum in Delhi on 14 February 1933 When she entered in film industry as a child artist in 1942, who could ever thought on seeing her that one day she would become one of the most beautiful and versatile actresses of Hindi cinema Lavishly illustrated with photos of Madhubala, this special book covers in detail the major events in her life, her rise in the film industry from bit player to celebrity and her marriage to Kishore Kumar Her life, especially her helplessness at being caught between the two persons she loved most in life Dilip Kumar and her father Ataullah Khan, is vividly portrayed DISCOVERY BOOK If you are fond of reading and wish to acquire genuine information then Discovery Book is for you Providing such accurate and detailed information, that too at such a lower price is indeed a challenging task for our team It is really tough to find all the relevant information on the internet or in a library in so short time that too in your own language Our entire team is committed towards our readers, where our main objective is not to earn huge profits but to provide the best information to the readers Reliable information, deep analysis, your own language and significantly lower price you will find it all in Discovery Book All you just need to enhance your reading interest Through this series, we will explore the life of various successful people, will get to know the main causes and treatments of fatal diseases and will also explore the past of world renowned monuments and famous cities Discovery Book is available at all leading bookstores, news stands and online mega stores So let s embark on this fascinating journey of information Read and encourage others to read.
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  • Title: Madhubala: I don't want to die... ("Popular Life Stories")
  • Author: Manju Gupta
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Madhubala: I don't want to die... ("Popular Life Stories")”

    1. I rarely read biographies. This one I took with sheer excitement to know about the famous film actress Madhubala's personal life. But it was not as I expected. Instead of a biography, it was simply a compilation of various articles and comments with few short incidents. I found that Madhubala's actual life story is scattered on different pages. Even story content is just 50% of total content, remaining is filled with quotes and comments from articles or celebrity. Well, I came to know few facts [...]

    2. Beautiful angelGood narration but it seemed to stop abruptly. I had always admired this ethereal beauty whose smile will always be etched in our hearts. Now we know what this smile was masking. Very disheartening to know that the lives of people who give us so much joy is so tragic. May her soul rest in peace

    3. Having being born in the late 80s, I have grown up on a staple of old classics belonging to the illustrous 50s, 60s and 70s. However, its only recently that I have been intensely captivated by a few glimpses of the real and flawed beings behind their larger than life, reel personas so much so that I have taken a full plunge into the bygone era, devouring one biography after another, soaking up every single fact, as if in a tranceI picked this book yesterday evening and considering the fact that [...]

    4. A wonderful book for someone who has always admired the beauty of Madhubala. I have not seen much of her films but Mughal-e-azam was the epic which mesmerized me for ever. Her beauty, her acting and now after reading about her, her dedication to the film only deserves accolade. It is sad to know that such a personality who always was playfull, happy and sweet person never got the only thing in her life she wanted- love. She had her loving parents, caring siblings, a famed career, unmatchable tal [...]

    5. A fast small book, for a quick read. Research for writing the book is however average, most of the facts, run of the mill stuff from the net probably. A few of the facts are repeated again and again. Was tempted to give it a 2, but for the quality of writing and words used, gave it one extra star.

    6. Most of it is not only known but repeated across the book, with too much space and importance given to one person who actually hurt her. Still, there are a few details less known until one reads this. But reading the book just for those is pretty much like panning for gold in a place not heavily bursting with it.

    7. What a beautiful faceBollywood face and very simpleobedientus.hard working.punctualgolden heart lady.a very sad love story u would read in itI just couldn't help myself crying

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