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Hema Malini Details
Hema Malini Profession Actress
Hema Malini Celebrity Type Movie Star
Hema Malini Age 74 Years
Hema Malini Date Of Birth 16 October 1948
Hema Malini Zodiac Sign Libra
Hema Malini Birthplace Jeeyapuram
Hema Malini Height 5.6 Feet
Hema Malini Weight 57 Kgs
Hema Malini Notable Work Sholay
Hema Malini Total Movies 52
Hema Malini Net Worth $60 million
Hema Malini Instagram  @dreamgirlhemamalini
Hema Malini Twitter  @dreamgirlhema

Hema Malini’s Age and Hema Malini’s Biography


Hema Malini is an Indian actress politician director and producer. Hema Malini birthdate is on October 16 1948. Her work in Hindi movies is what she is most well-known for. With the Tamil film Idhu Sathiyam Malini made her acting debut in 1963. Malini made her acting debut in the lead part of Sapno Ka Saudagar in 1968. Initially dubbed the Dream Girl Malini appeared in the 1977 movie by the same name. She is one of the most popular leading actresses in mainstream Hindi cinema and is well known for playing both tragic and comedic roles. Malini earned the Filmfare Special Award for 50 Years of Outstanding Contribution to Cinema in 2019 as well as the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000. Hema Malini’s Zodiac Sign is Libra. Hema Malini’s hobbies are Dancing Driving Doing Yoga.

She is also given the Padma Shri which ranks as the fourth-highest civilian honour given by the Indian government. In honour of Malini's contributions to Indian cinema. Sir Padampat Singhania University awarded her an honorary doctorate in 2012. The National Film Development Corporation's chairman was Malini. Malini was honoured in 2006 by Bhajan Sopori in Delhi with the Sopori Academy of Music and Performing Arts (SaMaPa) Vitasta award for her dedication to Indian dance and culture. 

For her contributions to Indian cinema she was given the NTR National Award by the Government of Andhra Pradesh in 2013. Malini served as a Bharatiya Janata Party representative in the Rajya Sabha the upper House of parliament from 2003 to 2009. Malini was chosen to serve in the Lok Sabha in 2014. Malini has been active in social and charity endeavors. Malini has recently joined the International Society for Krishna Consciousness as a life member.

Hema Malini’s Family

hema malini family

Hema Malini was Known as a Dream Girl in 1977. She is a Versatile actress. Hema Malini birthplace is in Srirangam. Hema Malini mother is Jaya Lakshmi and Hema Malini father is VSR Chakravarti Iyengar members of the Tamil Iyengar Brahmin community. Her favourite topic in the Andhra Mahila Sabha in Chennai was history. Before pursuing her acting career she attended DTEA Mandir Marg until the 11th Standard.

Malini Dharmendra's first movie with him was Tum Haseen Main Jawaan (1970). In 1980 the two were married. With his first wife Dharmendra already had two boys and two daughters Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol both of whom went on to have successful careers in Bollywood. Esha Deol (born in 1981) and Ahana Deol (born in 1985) are the two children Malini and Dharmendra have. Hema Malini became a grandma on June 11 2015 when her younger daughter Ahana Deol gave birth to Darien Vohra her first child. She became a grandmother for the second time on October 20 2017 when Esha Deol Takhtani her older daughter gave birth to Radhya Takhtani.  

Hema Malini’s Relationship and Affairs

Hema Malini’s affair with Jeetendra

The myth surrounding the love triangle between Hema Malini Jeetendra and Dharmendra was set in motion by Hema Malini's mother Jaya who disregarded her daughter's amorous relationship with a married man. Jaya headed off in search of a prospective husband because she was keen to marry off Hema Malini. And she didn't have to go very far for that. As a contemporary actress and frequent film co-star with Hema Jaya recognized Jeetendra as a potential husband. Although Jeetendra was romantically linked with Shobha Kapoor Jaya was aware that he had a soft spot for Hema as well.

According to legend Jeetendra tried to propose to Hema Malini quite a few times but she refused since she was in love with Dharmendra and the two decided to remain friends forever. But Hema and Jettendra's parents had quite different perspectives. Hema and Jeetendra on the other hand became each other's secret confidantes as their bond became stronger over time. In addition to all of this Jaya persisted in convincing Hema to at least once meet Jeetendra's parents. The two families were thrilled when Hema finally gave her consent. I don't want to marry Hema Jeetendra reportedly said according to a person close to him. I don't have feelings for her. She doesn't care for me. But I might as well if my family wants it. She is a wonderful girl.

Hema Malini’s affair with Sanjeev Kumar

Sanjeev Kumar and Hema Malini were filming the popular song Hawa Ke Saath Saath from the movie Seeta Aur Geeta their relationship officially began. They were supposed to skate down the slope in the song but an accident occurred while they were filming. They were more worried about each other after getting hurt than they were about themselves.

According to the book Many think that this was the point they started feeling things for one other. However the issue emerged when Sanjeev's family forbade Hema Malini from working after their marriage despite the fact that his mother had praised her for always covering her head with her pallu and touching Shantaben's feet.

In turn Hema Malini's mother disagreed with Sanjeev's family's position that the actress could not continue to work after being married. Thus nothing turned out as planned. According to the book there were a lot of miscommunications that ultimately came in the way and neither party wanted to compromise. Hema stated that Sanjeev expected a submissive wife which she could never be in an interview with Bhawana Somaaya for Junior G's April 1991 issue some years later. 

Hema Malini’s husband Dharmendra

One of the most beloved and enduring star couples in the Bollywood business is Dharmendra and Hema Malini. Even after many years of marriage their love story continues to motivate millions of their admirers. In order to establish their reputations in the Hindi cinema business Dharmendra and Hema collaborated on numerous films including Sholay Sharafat Dream Girl Tum Haseen Main Jawaan Sholay Seeta Aur Geeta Alibaba Aur 40 Chor and many others.

On the sets of Tum Haseen Main Jawan in 1970 the two initially crossed paths. The two actors who co-starred in the movie and later fell in love with one another. Hema's father had reservations about his daughter getting married to someone who was already married and had four children. Dharmendra was already married to Prakash Kaur at the time and the couple had four children altogether.

Hema previously admitted in a throwback interview with Deccan Chronicle that she knew Dharmendra was the one for her and wanted to spend the rest of her life with him the moment she laid eyes on him. I also wanted to make sure that nobody was harmed by the marriage. My presence in their lives has never been felt by his first wife or children. Although I married him I never removed him from his first family.

After dating for more than five years Dharmendra and Hema Malini got married in 1980. According to reports Dharmendra embraced Islam around 1979. When the actor fell in love with the actress Hema Malini he was already married. On November 2 1981 Hema and Dharmendra gave birth to Esha Deol their oldest daughter. On July 28 1985 they welcomed Ahana Deol into the world. This was nearly four years later. Right now both of their daughters are contentedly married.

Hema Malini’s Career and Movies

Hema Malini’s Movie: Idhu Sathiyam (1972)

Idhu Sathiyam featured Hema Malini in her earliest tiny parts (1962). The director of this 1963 Indian film in Tamil is K. Shankar. S. A. Ashokan and K. Chandrakantha both appear in the movie. It became available on August 30 1963. In Hindi the movie was recreated as Shehzada (1972). She was marketed as Dream Girl and cast as the lead opposite Raj Kapoor in Sapno Ka Saudagar in 1968.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Sapno Ka Saudagar 1968

This film is directed by Mahesh Kaul and produced by B. Ananthaswami in 1968. Raj Kapoor Hema Malini Tanuja and Nadira are the movie's main actors. Shankar Jaikishan composed the soundtrack for the movie. 

The tale of Thakur Raibahadur Harnaam Singh is presented here (Jayant). The film opens with a flashback to a Diwali Night 18 years prior. A banjaran had changed the infant who is now one year old and belongs to Rai Bahadur. Because Raibahadur had a sexual relationship with a banjaran she was threatening him by demanding that he treat her well and marry her. An individual shows in wearing khaki a red tie and socks. He brings hope to those who are struggling. When Mahi (Hema Malini) a banjaran girl first encounters him she develops feelings for Raj Kumar (or Raju) (Raj Kapoor).

In the meantime Raibahadur abuses Ranjana (Tanuja) a banjaran's daughter and pledges to marry her if no one else will. Mahi informs the locals that she is Raju's pregnant out of insecurity. He is instructed to marry her by the panchayat but he refuses. Raju and Mahi are struck by the villagers under the influence of Raibahadur. They start and then a banjaran enters the scene and tells them the truth.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Johny Mera Naam 1970

This 1970 Hindi-language crime action movie was made in India and directed by Vijay Anand. The director's brother Dev Anand and Pran play two brothers who were estranged as children in the movie. Key parts are also played by Hema Malini Jeevan Premnath I. S. Johar and Iftekhar.At the 18th Filmfare Awards actor I.S. Johar received his first Best Performance in a Comic Role award for his three parts as an airline steward a criminal partner and a police officer. Vijay Anand won the Filmfare Best Screenplay Award.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Andaz (1971)

It was written by Salim-Javed Gulzar and Sachin Bhowmick and directed by Ramesh Sippy. Malini's acting career was significantly impacted by the film which was a big success. The film includes a scene from Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhana one of the most well-known Bollywood songs. The song helped singer Kishore Kumar get a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer. One of the 17 straight box office successes Rajesh Khanna produced from 1969 to 1971 is this film.

The protagonist of this movie is Sheetal (Hema Malini) a widow who is heartbroken by Raj's passing (Rajesh Khanna). Her husband's family does not accept her or her son. To raise her son alone she decides to become a teacher. Ravi's widowed daughter is one of her pupils (Shammi Kapoor). The beloved wife of Ravi passed away giving birth. The kids play a crucial role in introducing single parents and helping them fall in love.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Naya Zamana (1971)

Pramod Chakravorty produced and directed this Hindi-language movie in India. Dharmendra Hema Malini Ashok Kumar Mehmood Pran Lalita Pawar and Aruna Irani all appear in the movie. It has S. D. Burman's music. Aghajani Kashmeri who also penned Love in Tokyo and Ziddi for Pramod Chakravorty was the author. The film has a vague connection to the 1944 Bengali film Udayer Pathey. 

Anoop (Dharmendra) is an unsuccessful author. He meets wealthy and attractive Seema (Hema Malini) one day and the two instantly fall in love. When Rajan Choudhury (Pran) Seema's brother learns of it he is furious and forbids her from ever seeing Anoop again. On the other hand Mahesh (Mehmood) Rajan's brother-in-law and Rekha (Aruna Irani) Anoop's sister have also fallen in love with one another. Rajan becomes even more irate as a result and he kicks Mahesh out of his home. When Rajan learns that Anoop is the author of the book Naya Zamana he chooses to publish and market it under his name. When the book is published and becomes popular Anoop and Seema learn about it. Rajan makes no apologies. 

When Anoop and Seema step in to stop Rajan from evicting the poor residents of the small tenements where Anoop and his mother (Lalita Pawar) reside Rajan orders the tenements to be surreptitiously set on fire by his henchman Sitaram (Jankidas). Anoop gets detained by the police after being accused of causing the damage. Seema's father Sachin Choudhury (Ashok Kumar) prevents her from seeing Anoop and tells her to avoid the lifestyles of the impoverished. Now Seema must decide between her father and her lover.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Seeta Aur Geeta (1972)

Ramesh Sippy is the director of this comedy-drama film which was written by Salim-Javed (Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar). It has music by R.D. Burman and features Hema Malini Dharmendra and Sanjeev Kumar in the key parts. Both in India and overseas in the Soviet Union the movie was a huge smash. K. Vaikunth won the Filmfare Best Cinematographer Award while Hema Malini took home her sole career-long competitive Filmfare Best Actress Award. Malini was praised for the originality of her Geeta character who is boisterous and occasionally violent.

Twin girls Seeta and Geeta (Hema Malini in a dual role) were split up at birth. While Seeta is raised by her vengeful aunt Chachi and timid uncle Geeta a fiery girl who is a street performer was nurtured in a wealthy area. Even though the family is surviving off the money of Seeta's deceased parents Chachi treats her like a servant. Seeta's elderly wheelchair-bound grandmother is her main source of comfort. Seeta decides to end her life one day and flees to do so. She is saved but transported to Geeta's house after being identified as Geeta her identical twin. They switch places when they eventually cross paths as adults.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Prem Nagar (1974)

Produced by D. Ramanaidu this love drama movie stars Rajesh Khanna Hema Malini Aruna Irani Ashok Kumar Kamini Kaushal Prem Chopra Asrani and Jagdeep. It was directed by K. S. Prakash Rao. In the movie actor David played a villain who planned to deceive prince Karan by stealing his fortune and giving it to his brother. Sachin Dev Burman composed the music. The movie was hailed as a Super Hit by Box Office.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Dharmatma (1975)

The first Bollywood movie to be filmed in Afghanistan. Feroz Khan was the director and producer. The film represents The Godfather's initial localization effort in India. Kalyanji Anandji composed the music. Due to the success of this movie Feroz Khan's career reached new heights. The movie also includes aerial images of Buzkashi a horse-riding sport popular in Central Asia which helped cinematographer Kamal Bose win the Filmfare Award for Best Cinematographer.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Pratigya (1975)

This movie is an action comedy. The movie is helmed by Dulal Guha and is produced by Dharmendra and B.S. Deol. Laxmikant Pyarelal composed the melody and Anand Bakshi wrote the lyrics. In this tale of violent retribution Dharmendra is on the prowl for Ajit's savage murder of his parents. Along with having powerful action sequences the movie also contained a sizable slapstick comedy track that contributed to its reputation as a masterpiece in humour. The movie was among India's top 3 highest-grossing films of the year and was a huge box office hit.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Sholay (1975)

It is a 1975 Hindi-language action-adventure movie that was produced by Ramesh Sippy's father G. P. Sippy directed by Salim-Javed and written by Salim-Javed. To apprehend the brutal dacoit Gabbar Singh two criminals named Veeru (Dharmendra) and Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) were hired by a retired police officer (Sanjeev Kumar) (Amjad Khan). Additionally Hema Malini and Jaya Bhaduri appear as Basanti and Radha the love interests of Veeru and Jai respectively. 

One of the top Indian movies is Sholay which is regarded as a classic. In a survey of the Top 10 Indian Films of all time conducted by the British Film Institute in 2002 it came in the first place. It was declared the Best Film of 50 Years by the 50th Filmfare Awards judges in 2005. The Soviet Union saw success with the movie outside as well. Sholay reportedly continues to rank among the highest-grossing Indian movies of all time when adjusted for inflation. 

Hema Malini’s Movie: Dillagi (1978)

Basu Chatterjee's romantic comedy Dillagi which was released in 1978 is based on Bimal Kar's Bengali novella Kalidas O Chemistry.

It features Dharmendra as Swarn Kamal a Sanskrit professor who was just hired at a girls' college. Hema Malini is the warden of the same college and a stern chemistry lecturer (Phoolrenu). 

All of Swarnkamal's attempts to win over Phoolrenu from the Holi celebrations to the annual party appear to be backfiring. However Phoolrenu wants him to approach her through the right method by answering her matrimonial advertisement in a newspaper. He then visits Phoolrenu over the summer vacation in her hometown of Kashipur and finally makes some progress. 

Hema Malini’s Movie: Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1980)

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves is the subject of this 1980 Indian-Soviet movie which was co-directed by Indian director Umesh Mehra and Uzbek director Latif Faiziyev. Along with Russian Caucasian and Central Asian actors the movie features Indian actors Dharmendra Hema Malini and Zeenat Aman. To make a lengthy movie the plot is slightly modified. Shanti Prakash Bakshi and Boris Saakov wrote the script R.D. Burman composed the music and P. L. Raj choreographed the production. It was the most prosperous joint production between the Soviet Union and India enjoying success in both countries.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Naseeb (1981)

Manmohan Desai produced and directed the 1981 Indian masala movie Naseeb which was written by Kader Khan. Laxmikant-Pyarelal a dependable Manmohan Desai duo composed the music. Naseeb was a box office success. 

The plot of Naseeb a tale of fate and destiny starts with a lottery ticket. Unable to pay his tab an intoxicated man decides to trade: he chooses to sell his ticket to the server Naamdeo (Pran). Along with his three buddies Damu (Amjad Khan) Raghu (Kader Khan) and Jaggi Namdeo buys this ticket (Jagdish Raj). 

Vicky (Shatrughan Sinha) the youngest son of Damu is attending school in England thanks to a portion of his father's wealth. Vicky's best friend Johnny (Amitabh Bachchan) the oldest son of Namdeo is even working as a server in the hotel. Johnny and Vicky fall in love with the same stunning singer Miss Asha by chance (or fate) (Hema Malini).

Hema Malini’s Movie: Kudrat (1981)

It is a 1981 drama film in Hindi that was produced in India and written and directed by Chetan Anand. In addition to Raaj Kumar Priya Rajvansh and Vinod Khanna the movie also stars Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini. After Mehbooba this is the second film starring Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini with a reincarnation concept. In 1981 Kudrat made Rs. 4.00 crores at the box office. The 1982 All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award went to Rajesh Khanna for Kudrat. Box office success and the Filmfare Award for Best Story went to the movie.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Satte Pe Satta (1982)

It is an action-comedy movie from 1982 that was made in Hindi and was produced and directed by Raj N. Sippy and Romu N. Sippy. Ravi Anand the oldest of seven brothers is made the guardian of his other six siblings following the passing of their parents. His brothers resent his authority and attempt to enforce order; as a result they grow up like animals and adopt this way of life. After meeting a nurse named Indu Ravi and Indu fall in love and are married. 

After their marriage Indu moves in with the Anands. She doesn't like the way they live and attempts to change it much to their surprise though with mixed success. When the six brothers find their soul mates they invite them to live with them at their house. 

Unfortunately one of the girls Seema Singh who also happens to be wealthy provokes her paternal uncle Ranjit Singh who kidnaps Ravi and holds him captive on a remote island while also sending his lookalike the notorious Babu to take his place so that he can kill Seema for Ranjit to be the only beneficiary of her inheritance and killing anyone who dares to stand in his way.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Raziya Sultan (1983)

The 1983 Indian period biographical film Raziya Sultan also known as Razia Sultan was written and directed by Kamal Amrohi and featured Hema Malini Parveen Babi and Dharmendra as the key characters. The solitary victory for the movie came from N.B. Kulkarni who received the Filmfare Award for Best Art Direction. Khayyam was nominated for Best Music Director by Filmfare. A song by Kaifi Azmi and one with lyrics by Jan Nisar Akhtar were picturized on Dharmendra as Yakut Jamaluddin an Abyssinian slave and both entered the project after Akhtar's passing.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Durgaa (1985)

The sole daughter of Dinanath (Ashok Kumar) Durgaa (Hema Malini) is a soft-spoken girl who is taken advantage of by numerous men throughout her life. At first Durgaa marries Raj Babbar's character Sunil Narayan after falling in love with him. She later learns however that her husband had married her solely to provide him a reason to have a sexual relationship with her.

Durgaa notices her husband flirting and having affairs with other women. Her husband devises a scheme to brand Durgaa as a prostitute to get her into trouble. She is subsequently charged with murdering an innocent girl but she asks Jagannath (Pran) a senior and generous man for assistance in paying her court costs so she can fight the charge against her. She is introduced to Advocate Mohan (Rajesh Khanna) who is chosen to represent Durgaa because of his track record of success in court. 

However Durgaa is unaware of the old man's motivations for supporting her. The remaining details of the tale include why the elderly man recruited Mohan as his attorney his motivation for assisting Durgaa and whether Durgaa will ever be able to forgive her husband for killing the girl. Durgaa finally exacts retribution on the evildoers in her life and Mohan weds Durgaa.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Sitapur Ki Geeta 1987

The North and East of India had the most success for the rural-themed film. The most well-known song from this movie Lachak Lachak Lachak Jaye Jawani was sung by Amit Kumar and Asha Bhosle. Rajesh Khanna makes a special appearance in the movie as Hema Malini's ostensible future husband. The movie was re-released in 2006 after being dubbed into Bhojpuri. The band Sonik Omi was responsible for the movie's music composition.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Jamai Raja (1990)

Hema Malini's character Durgeshwari Devi is a highly wealthy and sly woman. She resides in her palatial home with her two kids Dheeraj and Neeraj daughter Rekha (Madhuri Dixit) brother DDT (Anupam Kher) and close friend BBC (Satish Kaushik) and secretary Shakti. In Bombay Rekha attends a medical college. Everyone fears Durgeshwari Devi because she has complete authority over her household and business. When Rekha falls in love with Raja her plans to marry Rekha into a wealthy family similar to hers appear to have failed (Anil Kapoor).

 Raja is an unemployed uneducated but intelligent man. He is smart so Durgeshwari has his consent to the marriage on the condition that he will be humiliated and will then back out. Instead of the other way around where the bride moves into the groom's house after the marriage she asks Raja to live with them.

Hema Malini’s Movie: Baghban (2003)

B. R. Chopra a producer and co-writer had the idea for Baghban while travelling through Europe in the 1960s. While there he stopped by a retirement community and was moved by the residents' tale. Despite the screenplay's completion in 1973 Chopra put off starting production for years due to his commitments to other endeavors. Aadesh Shrivastava and Uttam Singh composed the soundtrack for Baghban and Sameer wrote the lyrics.

On October 2 2003 the movie had its international premiere at the Leeds International Film Festival before going on general release the next day. Baghban which had a production budget of 70 million rupees ($880 000) was a financial success; it earned 431.1 million rupees ($5.4 million) at the box office making it the fifth-highest-grossing Indian movie of the year. Bachchan and Malini were nominated for Best Actor and Best Actress at the 49th Filmfare Awards however they only won the Screen Award for Jodi No. 1.

The 2003 drama film Baghban which is sometimes known as Gardener was made in India and was directed by Ravi Chopra. Raj (Amitabh Bachchan) and Pooja (Hema Malini) an old couple who have been married for forty years are the subjects of the story. They get together with their four sons (Aman Verma Samir Soni Saahil Chadha and Nasir Khan) after Raj retires to talk about who will help them. Raj and Pooja split up because none of the sons wanted to care for both of their parents.

Hema Malini’s Political Career

In the 1999 Lok Sabha Elections in Gurdaspur Punjab Malini worked as a campaigner for former Bollywood star and BJP candidate Vinod Khanna. Malini formally enrolled with the BJP in February of that year. She served as an MP for the Rajya Sabha's upper house from 2003 until 2009. Malini was appointed general secretary of the BJP in March 2010 and Ananth Kumar the general secretary of the party proposed her for the position in February 2011. Malini won the Lok Sabha elections in 2014 by 3 30 743 votes over incumbent Jayant Chaudhary (RLD) of Mathura. Later Malini was chosen to serve in the Lok Sabha.

Animal right organization

PETA India an organization dedicated to animal rights has Malini's backing. She requested in a letter to the Mumbai Municipal Commissioner in 2009 that he outlaw horse-drawn carriages from the city's congested streets. She pleaded with Jairam Ramesh the Union Minister for Environment and Forests in a letter in 2011 to outlaw bullfighting. She described herself as a vegetarian and stated Knowing that my food choices are benefiting the environment and animals as well makes me happy.

Other work

Dancer in the Bharatanatyam style Malini. Esha Deol and Ahana Deol her daughters are skilled Odissi dancers. Together they appeared in the charity performance Parampara with Malini. She performed in the Khajuraho Dance Festival alongside her daughters as well.

Malini studied Mohiniattam with Kalamandalam Guru Gopalakrishnan and Kuchipudi with Vempati Chinna Satyam. In Tulasidas's Ramcharitmanas she portrayed Rama and Narasimha in dancing roles. She performed in Mysuru in 2007 on the eve of Dussehra portraying Sati Parvati and Durga. 

The NatyaVihar Kalakendra dance studio is owned by Malini.

Hema Malini’s Career Timeline

Year Hema Malini Movie Names Hema Malini Character Names
2020 Shimla Mirchi Rukmini
2017 Ek Thi Rani Aisi Bhi Vijaya Raje Scindia
2017 Gautamiputra Satakarni Gautami Balashri
2016 Aman Ke Farishtey Geeta
2013 Mahabharat Aur Barbareek Hidimbi
2011 Aarakshan Shakunthala Thakral
2011 Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap Sita
2010 Sadiyaan Benzir
2007 Laaga Chunari Mein Daag Dulari Bai (Dancer)
2006 Baabul Shobhna Kapoor
2006 Ganga Savitri
2005 Bhagmati Special appearance as a dancer
2004 Veer-Zaara Maati
2003 Baghban Pooja Malhotra
2001 Censor Radha
2000 Hey Ram Ambujam Iyengar
1998 Swami Vivekananda Bhavatarini
1997 Himalay Putra Seema
1996 Maahir Mrs. Kamini Rai
1996 Aatank Jesu's girlfriend
1995 Param Vir Chakra Mother
1991 Hai Meri Jaan Reshma
1991 Jamai Raja Durgeshwari Devi
1989 Lekin... Tara
1989 Santosh Kavita
1989 Sachche Ka Bol-Bala Greta Saunders 'Geeta'
1989 Galiyon Ka Badshah Billoo
1988 Rihaee Taku
1988 Mohabbat Ke Dushman Shamajaan
1988 Mulzim Jailer Shardadevi
1988 Vijay Suman Y. Bhalla/Suman A. Bhardwaj
1987 Kudrat Ka Kanoon Advocate Bharti Mathur
1987 Jaan Hatheli Pe Mona
1987 Anjaam Rajeshwari Memsaab
1987 Apne Apne Seema R. Kapoor
1987 Sitapur Ki Geeta Geeta Singh
1986 Ek Chadar Maili Si Ranno
1985 Babu Kammo
1985 Hum Dono Lata
1985 Yudh Nafisa Khatun
1985 Ramkali Raksha Chouhan/Ramkali Chouhan
1985 Aandhi-Toofan Sheela R. Singh
1985 Durga Durga
1985 Phaansi Ke Baad Sapna
1983 Ek Nai Paheli M. K. Bhairavi
1983 Qaidi Dr. Sunita
1983 Raaj Tilak Roopa
1983 Ram Tera Desh Sunita
1983 Justice Chaudhury Radha Chaudhary (Ramu's mom)
1983 Nastik Gauri
1983 Andha Kanoon Inspector Durga Devi Singh/Shanti
1983 Razia Sultan Razia Bano
1983 Taqdeer Chandni
1982 Desh Premee Asha
1982 Rajput Janki D. Singh
1982 Suraag Guest Appearance
1982 Satte Pe Satta Indu R. Anand
1982 Bhagawat Rajkumari Padmavati
1982 Samraat Jennifer Jenny Gomes
1981 Meri Aawaz Suno Mrs. Sunita Kumar
1981 Kudrat Chandramukhi/Paro
1981 Naseeb Asha
1981 Kranti Rajkumari Meenakshi
1981 Krodhi Phoolvati
1981 Aas Paas Seema
1981 Dard Seema
1981 Jyothi Gauri
1981 Maan Gaye Ustaad Munni / Geeta C. Singh / Princess Shabnam
1980 Alibaba Aur 40 Chor Marjina
1980 Do Aur Do Paanch Shalu
1980 Bandish Madhu/Chanchal
1980 The Burning Train Seema
1978 Meera Meera Rathod
1978 Dil Kaa Heera Roopa 'Parirani'
1978 Trishul Sheetal Varma
1978 Apna Khoon Geeta
1978 Azaad Rajkumari Seema
1978 Dillagi Phoolrenu
1977 Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein Mohini
1977 Chacha Bhatija Mala
1977 Dhoop Chhaon Lajwanti Lajjo
1977 Dream Girl Sapna/Padma/Champabai/Dream girl/Rajkumari
1977 Khel Khilari Ka Shaki's Lutera's fan
1977 Shirdi Ke Sai Baba Pooja
1975 Jaaneman Santo/Banto
1975 Mehbooba Ratna/Jhumri
1975 Dus Numbri Sundari/Rosemary Fernandes
1975 Aap Beati Geeta K. Kapoor
1975 Charas Sudha
1975 Maa Nimmi
1975 Naach Uthe Sansaar Nanki Mehto
1975 Sholay Basanti
1975 Pratigya Radha rani
1975 Khushboo Kusum
1975 Dharmatma Reshma
1975 Sanyasi Aarti/Champa
1975 Sunehra Sansar Savita/Rani Padmavati
1974 Haath Ki Safai Kamini Chopra
1974 Patthar Aur Payal Sapna Sinha
1974 Kasauti Sapna
1974 Prem Nagar Lata
1974 Dost Kaajal 'Kaju'
1974 Amir Garib Sunita/Soni
1974 Dulhan Radha
1973 Joshila Shalini
1973 Jugnu Seema
1973 Gehri Chaal Hema
1973 Chhupa Rustam Ritu R. Jain
1973 Shareef Budmaash Seema
1972 Bhai Ho To Aisa Roopa
1972 Gora Aur Kala Rajkumari Anuradha Singh
1972 Raja Jani Shanno
1972 Seeta Aur Geeta Seeta/Geeta
1971 Tere Mere Sapne Maltimala
1971 Andaz Sheetal
1971 Lal Patthar Saudamani/Madhuri
1971 Naya Zamana Seema Choudhury
1971 Paraya Dhan Rajjoo (Rajni)
1971 Sri Krishna Vijayamu Rambha
1970 Johny Mera Naam Rekha
1970 Aansoo Aur Muskan Radha/Girja
1970 Abhinetri Anjana
1970 Sharafat Chandni
1970 Tum Haseen Main Jawaan Anuradha
1969 Jahan Pyar Mile Veena
1969 Waris Geeta
1968 Sapno Ka Saudagar Mahi
1965 Pandava Vanavasam Dancer
1963 Idhu Sathiyam Dancer

Hema Malini’s Net Worth

With a net worth of $60 million Hema Malini is an Indian actress writer producer dancer and politician. Together she and her husband fellow Indian celebrity Dharmendra have a net worth of that amount. She is regarded as one of the most well-liked Indian actresses. Hema Malini's estimated net worth for 2020 is 200 crores. She made this sum of money while working as a political figurehead and a movie actress.

Property owned by Hema Malini is estimated to be worth 440 crores. Hema Malini resides in a home in Mumbai's Goregaon neighbourhood. She had joined the BJP in 2004. His political career had since begun. Hema Malini also has a Mercedes-Benz ML Class Audi Q5 and Hyundai according to a report on cartoq.com. Additionally Hema Malini serves as the National Film Development Corporation's chair.

Hema Malini’s Awards and Achievements

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