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Parveen Babi

20% was pledged to Murad Khan Babi, for being “a guiding force”, and 10% was to be given to Christian missionary funds. Parveen Babi converted to Christianity during the last years of her life, as she stated in an interview, and was baptised in a Protestant Anglican Church at Malabar Hill. She expressed a desire to be buried as per Christian rites, but her relatives who were Muslims claimed her body after her death and buried her according to Islamic rites. In her acting career which spanned almost ten years, she acted in more than fifty films, of which ten were blockbusters.

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She never shied away from portraying roles of women having a live-in relationship with men and consuming alcohol openly, both of which were taboo in those times. The fact that Parveen was paired with Amitabh Bachchan in eight films during the peak of the Big B mania attests to her stature and star power. Amitabh and Parveen complemented each other in the heady first years of the Angry Young Man phenomenon. Parveen was one of the most successful actresses of her era, along with Hema Malini, Rekha, Shabana Azmi, Smita Patil, Zeenat Aman and Raakhee. She starred opposite Amitabh Bachchan in eight films, all hits or super-hits. She also starred in other hit films such as Suhaag , Kaala Patthar , and Namak Halaal opposite Shashi Kapoor, Kala Sona opposite Feroz Khan, Chandi Sona opposite Sanjay Khan and Jaani Dost opposite Dharmendra.

Personal Life

She did her early schooling from Mount Carmel High School, Ahmedabad and later attended St. Xavier’s College, Ahmedabad where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature. “Parveen Babi dies, alone in death as in life”, The Times of India, 22 January 2005. Mahesh Bhatt, Babi’s former partner, wrote and directed Arth , a supposedly semi-autobiographical film about his relationship with Babi, and wrote and produced Woh Lamhe directed by his nephew Mohit Suri, based on his recollection and interpretation of his relationship with Babi and without any inputs from her. Babi’s personal life has been well-documented by the media; she had remained unmarried after a string of relationships with Kabir Bedi, Danny Denzongpa and Mahesh Bhatt.

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This led Parveen to break relationships with most of her friends and family, and becoming reclusive. Parveen Babi‘s modelling career began in 1972 and was quickly followed by her film debut with the film Charitra , opposite cricketer Salim Durrani. The film was a flop, but she was noticed and snapped up for several more films. Babi first received recognition for her role as Neela in the drama film Majboor . She had her breakthrough starring as a prostitute, Anita, in the action crime-drama film Deewaar , which attained a cult following, and helped established her as a leading lady. She went on to appear in many successful films throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, most notably starring as Jenny in Amar Akbar Anthony , Anu in Suhaag , Anita in Kaala Patthar , Sheetal in The Burning Train , Sunita in Shaan , Shallini / Rani in Kaalia , and Nisha in Namak Halaal .

Early Life

In the last four years of her life, Babi recorded every phone call, always punctiliously informing the caller about surveillance. She was the only child in a noble Junagadh-based family who belonged to the Khilji Babi tribe of Pashtuns known as the Pathans of Gujarat that had long settled in Gujarat. Parveen was born fourteen years after the marriage of her parents, her father, Vali Mohammed Khan Babi, was an administrator with the Nawab of Junagadh and her mother was Jamal Bakhte Babi .

  • She was rumoured to have been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, although she regularly denied this, stating that her being labelled as such was a conspiracy by the film industry and the media to malign her image and make her appear insane, so that they could cover up their crimes.
  • She was found dead on 22 January 2005 after her residential society secretary alerted the police that she had not collected groceries and newspapers from her doorstep for three days.
  • A wheelchair was found near her bed along with a series of disarranged paintings, clothes, medicines, and old newspapers.
  • She was the only child in a noble Junagadh-based family who belonged to the Khilji Babi tribe of Pashtuns known as the Pathans of Gujarat that had long settled in Gujarat.