Bio: Anita Guha was the famous Indian actress that appeared in most of the mythological characters in the Bollywood films and made her unique style and name in the film industry of the country. Anita Guha was born in 1932 and she moved to Mumbai as a model in beauty Pageant contestant at the age of only 15 years.
Anita Guha made her entry in the film industry in 1957 with the debut film Tangewali and after that Anita Guha performed in some of the great hit films of that time like Dekh Kabira Roya and Sharada and for the best performances in these films Anita Guha got nominated as a best supporting actress in Filmfare Awards.
Anita Guha got married to the actor Manik Dutt and had no children and after the death of her husband she used to live in Mumbai. Anita Guha appeared in many of the films and got the fame in the country from the best performance in the Jai Santoshi Maa in 1975 that became hit film of the time and the people of the country highly appreciated the performance and the acting talent of Anita Guha in the film. Anita Guha was having a very nice and hot personality due to which the people of the country love to watch the films and they like her a lot as well.
The people gave much respect to the actress Anita Guha after performing in the film character like goddess and the people came and asked her to bless them as well. Anita Guha performed many of the mythological characters in the film industry that are highly valued by the people of the country.
She also performed in many of the films like Kavi Kalidas in 1959, Jai Dwarkdesh in 1977 and Krishna Krishna in 1986. Anita Guha was died in 2007 from cardiac failure. Here is some of the information about the Anita Guha which may you like as well.
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