NagmaPublished: January 24, 2015
Nagma Arvind Morarji is an Indian actress. She is better known for her roles in Telugu and Tamil movies like Killer, Gharana Mogudu, Kadhalan, Baashha and many others. She began her acting career in Bollywood and acted in a few of the biggest Bollywood movies but shifted down south before returning to Mumbai and continuing films in other languages. Nagma has acted in a broad range of India’s languages: Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, and now Marathi.
Nagma’s debut film Baaghi: A Rebel for Love, opposite Salman Khan was Hindi cinema’s seventh highest grossing film in 1990. A girl with a Muslim name and a Hindu father and born on Christmas a perfect example of national integration, did what was best for her then. She became a major star in the south and remained so. Her Telugu films include 1992’s Gharana Mogudu with Chiranjeevi, Her Tamil films include Baasha with Rajnikanth and 1994’s Kadhalan with Prabhu Deva. she became known for acting in a food play scene in the Tamil film Love Birds which involves the male protagonist breaking an egg and cooking it on her navel. She had converted to Christianity.
|Real Name||Nandita Arvind Morarji|
|Place of Birth||Mumbai|
|School||Mount Mary Convent, Bandra, Mumbai|
|College||National College, Bandra|
|Debut movie||Baaghi: A Rebel for Love (Hindi)|
|Known For||Kadhalan,Baashha,Love Birds|
|Parents||Arvind Pratapsinh Morarji – Shama Kazi|
|Relative||Surya (Brother in law)|
Nagma mom is Muslim and dad is Hindu