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Who is Nazima?

Nazima is a former Bollywood actress who was most famous for her roles as supporting actress in films in 1960s and early 1970s.She was born in Nashik 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".She resides in Dadar, Mumbai and has 2 sons.

  • also known as Baby Chandu, Baby Chand, "Resident Sister" of Bollywood
  • born in Nashik
  • ethnicity: Indian people
  • nationality: India
  • profession: Actor
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Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Bangladesh (2003)

by Craig Baxter, Syedur Rahman

Chowdhury Land, Labor and Manpower: Nazima Chowdhury Law: Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed Local Government, Rural Development, Cooperatives: Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed Post and Telecommunications: Syed Manzoor Elahi Religious Affairs: Abdur ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1883)

by John Ogilvie

An underground conduit for drainage; a common sewer; as, the cloaca nazima at Rome.—2. A sink; a privy.—3. The excrementory cavity in birds, reptiles, many fishes, and lower mammalia, formed by the extremity of the intestinal canal, and ...

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Scrabble value of N1A1Z10I1M3A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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