MADHUBALA’s YOUNGER SISTER MADHUR BRIJ WANTS KAREENA TO PLAY LATE ACTRESS IN BIOPIC :

Madhur Brij, the younger sister of Madhubala, says that all the actresses of today are very beautiful but she wants Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor Khan to play the late actress if the biopic is made on her as the ‘Jab We Met’ heroine has the same naughtiness that the former used to have. “There was a time when I wanted Madhuri Dixit to play the role of Madhubala in her biopic but now it has to be Kareena Kapoor Khan as she has the same naughtiness that Madhubala used to have and she is a beautiful actress too,” said Madhur on the sidelines of the unveiling of the wax figure of the late actress by Madame Tussauds.  She said,”Madhubala was very simple at home. She was elder but never bossy and she used to encourage all of us to come in films.  Some of her widely acclaimed films include ‘Mahal’ (1949), ‘Amar’ (1954), ‘Mr. & Mrs. ’55’ (1955), ‘Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi’ (1958), ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ (1960) and ‘Barsaat Ki Raat’ (1960). Madhubala died on February 23, 1969 after a prolonged illness.” Talking about what is the one thing actresses of today should learn from the late actress, Madhur said it has to be strength and patience. “The one thing that film actresses of today can learn from Madhubala is to see how bravely a girl fought who knew that she had just two years left to live, she never gave up her hopes and expectations. She always used to think that she will be fine soon, will get her life back and will continue to work,” she said. “The actresses of today are very successful but they should learn strength, patience from her,” she added. Madhur said she was overjoyed at seeing the love and respect Madhubala gets even after her death. The Times  of  India : 3th. Aug,17

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