Google's specialty is that it dedicates doodles to specific personalities and days. Today, Google Doodle is dedicated to the country's prestigious actor and dancer Zohra Sehgal. Zohra is the first Indian woman to have made a distinct identity at the world level with her skills and talents. Google has recalled Zohra through Doodle.
The doodle is dedicated to remember Zohra Sehgal, it has been designed by Parvati Pillai. In this doodle, Zohra is seen doing classical dance. The special thing is that you can easily recognize that it is Zohra Sehgal by looking at this image. Zohra has made a distinct and very special identity with her acting and dancing in Indian cinema.
Google Doodle has said in its blog that today's Doodle is illustrated by guest artist Parvati Pillai which shows the prestigious Indian actor and dancer Zohra Sehgal as one of the first female stars in the country. Zohra has made hrt identity not only in India but also at the world level. Sehgal worked in the film 'Neecha Nagar' which was exhibited in the Cannes film festival in 1946. Widely the first international success of Indian cinema, 'Neecha Nagar' won the Festival's highest honour Palme d'Or award.