Bollywood's dream girl Hema Malini is reaching 73. Hema Malini who always says that she prefers to wake up and work than to think about sleeping is still active in society. Born into an Iyengar family in Tamil Nadu, the girl who went to college to study history, crossed Tamil and conquered the Hindi film world, and now reaches the parliament that turns the wheel of governance in India, that life is exemplary.
Hema has been a dream girl ever since she stepped into Bollywood in 1968 with Sapno Ka Saudagar. In 1977, when Gulshan Rai was making Dream Girl, he introduced Hema Malini with the same name. It was a turning point in their film career. The characters she played with Dharmendra were different from the romances seen in Hindi cinema till then. The 50 years of cinema's contributions to cinema have all had a Malini style.
Bollywood welcomed the actress who did not accept Tamil with open arms. If you ask the people who worked with him about Hemaji, they will tell you that if you put on make-up until you become a character, then even when you walk till the end of the day's work, you will be that character. We have seen Hema Malini not only as an actress. As a producer and director, she was full of films. Hema is also a dancer. SP Srinivasan was the star's guru in Bharatanatyam. Vembatti learned Kuchipudi from Chinna Satya. Also learned Mohiniyattam from Kalamandalam Gopakumar.
There is no doubt that everyone reached the success they are seeing today through a big difficult phase. There was a period with Hema Malini too. Hema's words about that period are inspiring to all. Hema Malini said that there was a time when she could not accept rejections and therefore she went into depression.