Nazima is a Bollywood actress who was most famous for her roles as supporting actor in films in 1960s and early 1970s. She was known as the "Resident Sister" of Bollywood. She was nominated in the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Category for playing Manoj Kumar's sister in the 1972 film Beimaan. Songs picturised on her, one must watch are : " E kash kisi diwaneko hum se bhi muhabat ho jaye - Aaye din Baharke", "Hum baheno ke liye mere bhaiy - Anjana".
- also known as Baby Chand, Baby Chandu, "Resident Sister" of Bollywood
- born in Nashik
- ethnicity: Indian people
- nationality: India
- profession: Actor
- died in (38 years ago)
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Encyclopaedia of the World Muslims (2001)
Tribes, Castes and Communities by N. K. Singh, A. M. Khan
Nazima Anwar, "A Study of some major Obstacles in the way of Educated women living in Nazimabad in adopting a career," M.A. Research Report, Department of Sociology, University of Karachi, 1969. The surveys referred to in notes 26-38 ...
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