Trailblazer & Leading Indian Bollywood actress Dulari
Trailblazer & Leading Indian Bollywood actress Dulari was born on 18 April 1928 and died on 18 January 2013 in Pune. From the playful youthful sister to the delicate, loving mother; from the strong, prejudiced vamp to the self-sacrificing best friend. Trailblazer Bollywood actress Dulari has many embedded gems to her crown on the silver screen and presented the most competent in all of them.
Dulari was born on 18 April 1928 in Nagpur with the name Ambika Gautam. In the year 1940 Dulari’s dad entered a theatre company that made the whole family moved to Bombay. While in Mumbai, Dulari did several minute characters in Faredoon Irani’s theatre company. Dulari’s father developed a mighty friendship with one Roop Ji from HMV recordings who supported Dulari get a job in movies as a heroine.
Dulari’s movie profession began with a minute performance in Bombay Talkies production’s movie called Hamari Baat which was released in the year 1943. In the year 1952, she married music recordist Jagtap and took a nine-year-break from her flourishing career. She played all big and small parts in approximately 135 movies, including Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai which was released in the year 1961, Mujhe Jeene Do which was released in the year 1963, Teesri Kasam which was released in the year 1967, Deewar which was released in the year 1975, Prem Rog which was released in the year 1982 and Agar Tum Naa Hote which was released in the year 1983. Her closing movie was director Guddu Dhanoa’s movie Ziddi which was released in the year 1997.
As an actress star, Dulari performed in movies like Namak which was released in the year 1947, Krishna Sudama which was released in 1947, and Black Market which was released in the year 1947 and she performed leading characters in the movie Ahinsa, and Rangeen Kahani which both were released in the year 1947. But these movies did not create any flow in wavelets at the commercial box office. She also did some remarkable Gujarati movies like Ranakdevi in the year 1946, Bahar Vatiyo in the year 1947, and Gunsundari in the year 1948. She remained active in acting in the Gujarati film industry till the year 1986 where she played in almost 35 movies.
While shooting an outside film scene for the movie Surya in the year 1989, Dulari faced with a little collision. In the scene, she had to run with a bunch of 200 junior actors and while working she dropped. It was her co-star of the film, Salim Gaus who protected her from occurring smashed below the masses. After this unfortunate occurrence, Dulari chose to retire from the film industry. Leading Indian Bollywood actress Dulari passed away on 18 January 2013 at the age of 85.