Indian movie stars died in 1969

Here are 2 famous actresses from India died in 1969:


Madhubala (February 14, 1933 Peshawar-February 23, 1969 Mumbai) also known as Begum Mumtaz Jehan Dehlavi, Venus Queen, Baby Mumtaz, Mumtaz, Madhu Bala, Mumtaz Jahan Begum Dehlavi, Mumtaz Jehan Begum, Mumtaz Jehan Dehlavi, Mumtaz Jahan Dehlavi or Mumtaz Jehan Begum Dehlavi was an Indian actor.

She was born with the name Mumtaz Jehan Begum Dehlavi to a Pashtun family that migrated from Afghanistan to Delhi. She started her acting career at the age of nine and went on to become a leading lady in Hindi cinema. Madhubala is best known for her roles in films like Mughal-e-Azam, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, Mr. & Mrs. '55, and Barsaat Ki Raat. She was considered to be one of the most beautiful actors of her time and was nicknamed as the "Venus Queen" or the "Beauty with Tragedy". Unfortunately, she died at the young age of 36 due to a prolonged illness. Despite her short career, Madhubala remains a legend in Indian cinema and continues to be remembered as one of its greatest icons.

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Miss Kumari

Miss Kumari (June 1, 1932 Bharananganam-June 9, 1969) also known as Thresiamma Thomas, Thresiamma or Kumari was an Indian actor. She had three children, Johny Thaliath, Thomas Thaliath and Babu Thaliath.

Miss Kumari was born in Bharananganam, Kerala, India. She began her career as a theatre actor before making her debut in Malayalam cinema with the film Nalla Thanka in 1950. She went on to appear in over 100 films in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu languages. Some of her notable films include Achanum Bappayum, Kudumbini, Bharya, Kalyana Unnimesham, Kalyana Sougandhikam, and Ponmudi. She was known for her versatile acting skills and ability to portray a range of characters. Despite her success in the film industry, she faced personal struggles and tragedy in her life. She passed away at the young age of 37 due to liver cirrhosis. Her legacy as a talented actor in Indian cinema continues to be remembered today.

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