Indian movie stars died in 1951

Here are 2 famous actresses from India died in 1951:


Mohini (November 27, 2014 Odisha-October 9, 1951 Guwahati) also known as Mohini Goswami was an Indian actor.

She started her acting career in the early 1930s in Kolkata's film industry. She appeared in several Bengali and Hindi films throughout her career, and was known for her acting skills and natural beauty. Mohini was also a trained classical dancer and often incorporated her dancing skills into her film roles. Some of her notable films include "Naukadubi" (1947), "Adhikar" (1954) and "Sabse Bada Rupaiya" (1955). Mohini was married to renowned theatre director Sisir Bhaduri, and the couple had a son who also became a well-known theatre personality. Mohini passed away in 1951 in Guwahati due to illness, but her contributions to Indian cinema continue to be remembered and celebrated.

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N. C. Vasanthakokilam

N. C. Vasanthakokilam (November 27, 2014 Irinjalakuda-November 7, 1951 Gopalapuram, Chennai) a.k.a. Kamakshi or Nagapattinam Chandrashekhara Vasanthakokilam was an Indian actor.

She made her debut in the film industry with the Tamil film "Kacha Devayani" in 1947. Over the course of her career, she acted in over 100 films in Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam languages. She was best known for her performances in films like "Thiruvilayadal" (1965), "Navarathri" (1964), and "Mangayar Thilakam" (1955). Apart from acting, N. C. Vasanthakokilam was also a trained classical musician and had a great passion for Carnatic music. She was the first female musician to perform at the prestigious Madras Music Academy, and her skills as a musician often found their way into her film performances. She died at the age of 62 due to a heart attack.

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