Country's famous actress Aruna Irani has done fantastic work as a child artist, vamp, heroin and character actress. In many films, Aruna's role is heavy on the film's heroines. Aruna began her career as a child artist with the 1961 film 'Ganga Jamuna'. She was only 9 years old at the time. Then the film's hero Dilip Kumar was impressed with her act and appreciated the little girl Aruna. Since then, Aruna won many people's hearts by acting on her journey. Today, on her birthday, we're going to share important life information with you.
For your information, Aruna got a heroine job in Mehmood's Bombay to Goa in 1972. Amitabh Bachchan was the hero in the film. The film proved to be a bumper hit on the ticket window. Aruna Irani made a tremendous impression in 1973 with her interesting role in Raj Kapoor's Bobby. She then became popular as a powerful character actress and was a theatre company by Aruna Irani's father. She had a passion and dedication to art since childhood. Early in her career, she played small roles in films such as Jahanara, 'Farz', 'Upkar'. Then came the comedy King Mehmood, who was well-loved in films such as 'Aulad', 'Hamjoli', 'Naya Zamana'.
Aruna's film career took a new turn from the 1971 film 'Caravan'. In this superhit musical film, she played a brilliant play of a fast-moving Banjaran, and she also performed acting as well as dance skills. Aruna, who has worked in 357 films, may have worked as a co-star in films, but her actions made her a place in the hearts of a large audience group. She has won several awards, from Filmfare to The Right as an Assistant Actress. Aruna knocked on the small screen after the big screen and today she is very active on television.