4 wins & 3 nominations.
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Ranjana (as Ashaparekh)
Sarita J. Choudhary
Performed Kathak, a traditional dance from North India, in a show titled "A Night in India" at Her Majesty's Theatre in Sydney, Australia
1 Interview |
10 Magazine Cover Photos |
Ashaparekh | Baby Asha Parekh | Smt. Asha Parekhji | Asha Parikh
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[on whether she regretted not having a husband and children] I don't think so. There was a time when I did want to get married. I used to love children, I still love children. But now I feel that I am happy I am not married and don't have kids because I don't think I would have been able to cope up with them.
She was devastated and had to be sedated when her mother Sudha Parekh
died from cancer. Her mother's last words to her were "Take care of your father". Her father urged her to get back to living and working again. She did that and she also took care of her father, until a few years later, when he died. She fell into a deep depression, until she went to visit a psychiatrist who helped her come out...
Her independent nature
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