Who does not know the very beautiful actress of Bollywood, Tanuja. Tanuja was a Bollywood actress who broke the stereotype and wrote a new page in the film industry with her bold acting and today she is celebrating her birthday. Let us tell you that Tanuja was born on 23 September in Mumbai (then Bombay) and her father Kumarsen Samarth was a poet and film director and her mother Shobhana Samarth was a famous actress. At the same time, Tanuja started her cine career as a child artist in the year 1950 with her mother's home production film 'Hamari Beti' (1950) and from this film, Tanuja's elder sister Nutan also started as an actress. Then at the age of 13 Tanuja moved to Switzerland where she also learned English, French and German.
It is said that during this time, Tanuja's mother decided to make a comedy film called 'Chhabili' in 1958 to launch her, after which Chhabili was Tanuja's first film as an actress. After that, the film 'Hamari Yaad Aayegi' released in 1961 proved to be an important film in Tanuja's career and this film brought her to the headlines. It is said that Tanuja enjoyed her life in a cool way and she never cared what people think about her. According to the news, she once told the filmmaker Gurdutt during the shooting of the film 'Baharan Phir Bhi Aayengee', 'O Guru, when you will die, write your library in my name.'
At the same time, Tanuja was one of the few actresses who smoked cigarettes and whiskey and apart from Hindi films, Tanuja has worked in Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam and Punjabi languages films. At the same time, she married Shashidhar Mukherjee's youngest son Shomu Mukherjee in the year 1973 and Tanuja has two daughters, one of whom is Kajol who has made her place in the film industry, while the other is Tanisha Mukherjee who is a flop actress.
Tanuja's Films include 'Bhoot Bangla', 'Bahrain Phir Bhi Aayengi', 'Jewel Thief', Do Dooni Char, 'Jeevan Raah', 'Gustakhi Maaf', 'Paisa Ya Pyaar', 'Pavitra Papi', 'Bachpan', 'Haathi Mere Saathi', 'Door ke Rahi', 'Mere Jeevan Saathi', 'Do Chor', 'Ek Baar Muskura Do', 'Anubhav', 'Amir Garib', 'Imtihan', 'Prem Rog', 'Bekhudi', 'Saathiya', 'Khaki'.