Kajol on Shobhana Samarth: Kajol is one of the most talented actresses of B Town. Kajol has given many hit films in her career so far. From the actress’s husband Ajay Devgan to her mother Tanuja and her grandmother Sobhana Samarth have also been very successful in Bollywood. Kajol has made a heart touching post on social media remembering her grandmother on her 107th birth anniversary.
Kajol remembers her grandmother Shobhana Samarth
Today is the 107th birth anniversary of Kajol’s maternal grandmother and late actress Shobhana Samarth. On this occasion, the Do Patti actress has shared a post on Instagram remembering her grandmother on her birthday. In her post, Kajol shared a picture of her grandmother Shobhana from a magazine cover, writing: “On her 107th birthday.. here we have the OG Sita who was once and still is in my opinion one of the most beautiful women in the world One of the brightest and most visionary women of her time. Who bought her own filters from the United States when they were not available here for her close ups in films!!!”
Kajol praised her grandmother
After this, Kajol also praised her grandmother for the upbringing of her daughters. He wrote, “Who knew and managed not only her finances but also her daughters, and with great success, I can add. And yes, she also had a big hand in the upbringing of her seven granddaughters, this is true feminism.” For all those asking me what this means and where I get my attitude from”,
Who was Shobhana Samarth?
Let us tell you that Shobhana Samarth was an actress, director and producer. He started his career during the early days of talkies in India. Shobhana gained immense popularity in the role of Sita in the 1943 film Ram Rajya. Shobhana had four children, which included Nutan and Tanuja. Nutan and Tanuja also gave very successful films in their career.
Kajol’s work front
Talking about Kajol’s work front, the actress was recently seen in the web series ‘The Trial’. Kajol played a powerful role of a lawyer in this web show. Kajol’s upcoming projects include ‘Do Patti’ and ‘Sarzameen’ with Prithviraj Sukumaran and Ibrahim Ali Khan.
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