Zohra Sehgal, who gave many excellent films in Bollywood, was born on 27 April 1912 in the Nawabi family of Rampur princely state. Zohra was born at number three after the birth of two children, Jakullah and Hazrah, of Rohilla Pathan family of Rampur. Zohra Sehgal could not see anything with the left eye, and the havoc broke on him in his childhood. Yes, glaucoma actually occurs when diabetes patients grow up, but Zohra got this disease in childhood and his journey abroad to London was under the treatment of this. It is said that Zohra has suffered from the age of one year.
Zohra's mother pass away when she was very small. Her mother had a big heart that if she went to Lahore and studied, she went with her sister to enroll in Queen Mary College. At the same time, there was a strict curtain in the college and after all the curtains, Zohra, after seeing the sister's condition after marriage, decided that she has to settle her life first and then it will be seen whether to settle the house or not. Let us tell you that after that she came into the world of acting. At the same time, Zohra married Kamleshwar and all the people did not like the marriage. During that time, the family members fought a lot, and the situation became like a riot. But, later everyone agreed, but only until the fire of partition of India again brought the quarrel of Hindu-Muslim to their doorstep. It is said that both of them had opened a dance institute in Lahore after learning about what they had learned and taught in Almora, but now it seemed that it would be difficult to survive in Lahore.
The two ran away to Bombay with a year-old baby girl Kiran, where Zohra's sister Ujra was a prominent heroine of Prithvi Theater. After that, Zohra Sehgal joined Prithvi Theater in the year 1945 at a salary of 400 rupees. Talking about the award, he also received Padma Shri in 1998, Kalidas Samman in 2001, Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2004. At the same time, Sangeet Natak Akademi also gave him his fellowship as Life Tieve Achievement Award and Padma Vibhushan Zohra Sehgal, the country's second highest civilian honor, in 2010, and four years later, one day he got a mild feeling. It is said that on 10 July 2014, a cold cold killed his life.