New Delhi: Many Bollywood beauties were very hot at that time. Therefore, today we will tell in this report about the actress who became the first queen of glamour. Her beauty is debated to this day. But there was another actress in Bollywood who overshadowed all the actresses of that era and was called the first glamor girl of Bollywood. Yes, we are talking about Begum Para. Begum Para’s real name was Zubeida-ul-Haq. She appeared in films from 1940 to 1950. In 1951, he posed for a Life magazine photo shoot for photographer James Burke.
After this photo shoot, she became famous even outside the country. American soldiers are said to have fought wars with their pictures in their pockets Begum Parra was born in British India, which is now Pakistan. His father Mian Ehsanul-Haq was a judge and he went to the judicial service of the princely state of Bikaner, now northern Rajasthan. He was also one of the best cricketers of the time. In such a situation, Begum Para’s childhood passed in Bikaner and she was educated in Aligarh Muslim University. The story of Begum Para’s entry into films is also quite interesting. His elder brother Masrul Haq moved to Bombay in the late 1930s to become an actor.
Here he met Bengali actress Protima Dasgupta and they both fell in love and later both got married. Whenever Parra visited him in Bombay, she was deeply impressed by the dazzling world of her daughter-in-law. Seeing his looks, he also started getting film offers. One such offer was given to him by Shashadhar Mukherjee and Devika Rani. Begum Para was married to Dilip Kumar’s brother Nasir Khan. After Nasir’s death, she left for Pakistan. Begum Para’s husband died in 1974, after which she moved to Pakistan in 1975.
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