'Rekha dropped me from the film for her own sake', explosive actress Aruna Irani


'Rekha dropped me from the film for her own sake', explosive actress Aruna Irani

Aruna Irani (Aruna Irani) is one of the actresses of Bollywood (Bollywood) film industry. She entered the acting world as a child artist with the film Ganga Yamuna (1961). She then played a teenage lead role in Anpad (1962). He has worked in more than five hundred films in Hindi, Kannada, Marathi and Gujarati languages.

Some of Aruna's notable movies are Karwan (1971), 'Bombay to Goa' (1972), 'Garam Masala' (1972), 'Do Phul' (1973), 'Do Jut' (1975), 'Khun Pasina' ( 1977), 'Rocky' (1981), 'Pet Pair Our Pup' (1984), 'Beta' (1992), 'Suhhag' (1994), 'Duty' (1995), 'Ghulam-e-Mustafa' (1998 ) etc. He has been nominated for Filmfare Award several times for his excellent performance. He was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 57th Filmfare Awards in 2012.

But despite her prowess, Aruna Irani has played supporting roles most of the time. He and Bollywood superstar Rekha are very good friends. But once he was dropped from a movie because of Rekha. Aruna Irani said about this, "Rekha was a very good friend of mine, but it was because of her that I dropped out of Mangalsutra." Recently on ANI's podcast show, Aruna said that in this movie she would be seen in the role of her hero's dead wife, she would play the role of a 'ghost'. Rekha played the hero's second wife in this movie.

When the reason for Aruna's omission from the film was later asked by the director, he directly said, "To be honest, Rekhaji didn't want you to do that role." Later, Rekhaji himself admitted, "Look, Aruna, if the performance in that film is a little bit like that, then I will look like a villain, that's why I didn't want you to do that role." Although Aruna felt bad for such behavior of her friend, she did not regret it later.

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