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First Name: Namrata
Last Name: Sadhana
Nick Name: Nagma
Birthdate: December 25th
Star Sign: Capricorn
Eye Colour: Black
Nationality: Indian
Height: 5'5"
Profession: Modeling & Acting
Family: Joytika, Roshini


Nagma was born on the Christmas day of 1969. Her original name is Namrata Sadhana and she was rechristened to Nagma before making her debut. Nagma’s debut movie was ‘Baagi’ opposite Superstar Salman Khan and she did manage to make her mark with her outstanding performance in a role of a prostitute. Nagma created waves when she did the bold swim suit act in Feroz Khan’s ‘Yalgaar’. Nagma’s last biggie as an actress as a lead was Rakesh Roshan’s ‘King Uncle’ in which she was paired opposite Superstar Shahrukh Khan. The actress also did an item number with Big B in ‘Lal Badshah’ that got very popular.
The actress stopped getting offers as she gained weight and couldn’t manage to shed those extra pounds. Nagma did ‘Kadhlan’ a movie in South India opposite the dancing king Prabhudeva and it went on to become a Superhit; the movie also became Nagma’s entry ticket to the South Film Industry where she went on to become a Superstar.

Nagma also started dating ex-skipper Sourav Ganguly and her alleged affair with the cricket star lead to a lot of controversy in India. Nagma was also alleged of getting married to him in a private ceremony however; Sourav succumbed to public pressure and ended his relationship with Nagma. This left Nagma distressed and depressed.

The actress got solace in ‘Art of Living’ and has been a part of the cult for many years now and also promotes it worldwide. After Bollywood and Tollywood, the actress has now started doing Bhojpuri movies and has gone to become one of the biggest actresses of this regional movie industry as well.

Nagma's biological father was Sri Arvind Pratapsinh Morarji, the late textile magnate. Her mother is Seema Sadhana, who married Morarji in 1972, separating only "a few years later," as The Telegraph reported in 2006 when Nagma made the information public.. According to Nagma's passport, the name given to her at birth was Nandita, and it is by that name that she was referred to in an obituary printed by the family when her father, Arvind Morarji, died. Nagma thus had a Hindu father and a Muslim mother. After divorcing Morarji "due to some family problems," Nagma's mother later married Chander Sadhana, a film producer, with whom she had two other daughters, Jyothika (herself a major Kollywood star) and Radhika, as well as a son, Suraj. Through her biological father, who later re-married, Nagma has two more half-brothers, Dhanraj and Yuvraj..
Nagma remained close to her biological father up until his death on 1 January 2006. She explained to one Mumbai reporter that: "I am proud of the fact that I belong to the respectable Dharamsinh Morarji family. My mother was legally married to Arvind Morarji at a public function at Radio Club at Colaba." It was Nagma's mother who encouraged her to become an actress, and is said to have been her "constant companion on film sets" for several years. In the spirit of her father's background in textiles, Nagma herself now has a clothing boutique on Mumbai's Hill Road called Nagma's, which was inaugurated in September 2003 by Akshay Kumar.

Nagma has led a very different life from her half-sister Jyothika, who was not successful as a star in Bollywood but who found major success in Tamil movies. Unlike Nagma, Jyothika's public image is free of controversies. Jyothika married Tamil heartthrob Surya Sivakumar in September 2006. Nagma herself, while romantically linked to a number of men, is single. She told Mid-Day in 2006 that "I am not hell-bent on getting married. ... Unless you are dead sure about your guy, you shouldn't get married. ... Marriage is an institution I would like to get into, but only if I find the perfect man."

2008 Subway ----- Expected to star Sunny Deol.
2007 Back To Honeymoon ---- Filming in London in May 2007; written, produced and directed by Manoj Bhatnagar[
2007 Thamp Lakshmi Thamp --- Lakshmi (production)
2007 Tu Hamaar Hou --- Bhojpuri remake of Darr
2006 Ek Jind, Ek Jaan ---- Nimmi (First Punjabi film role)
2006 Gangaa ----- Ganga
2006 Ab Ta Banja Sajnwa Hamaar
2006 Mai Baap
2006 Dil Diwana Tohar Ho Gayil --- First film directed by Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan
2006 Raja Thakur
2005 Panditwa Mera Shaadi Kab Hoi
2005 Dulha Milal Dildar --- Best Actress award, Bhojpuri Film Awards
2005 Panditji Batai Na Byah Kab Hoi --- First Bhojpuri film role
2005 Pariraam --- First Bengali film role
2004 Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo --- Aarti V. Singh
2003 Hrudayavantha
2002 Chathurangam ---- Nayana Pillai(First film starring opposite Malayalam superstar Mohanlal)
2002 Allari Ramudu ---- Chamundeswari( First time playing mother to the lead heroine)
2001 Sai Teri Maya
2001 Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar --- Anupama Verma
2001 Citizen ---- CBI Sarojini Arichandran
2001 Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love ---- Special Appearance
2001 Dheena ---- Special Appearance
2000 Kunwara ---- Sharmila Singh
2000 Chal Mere Bhai------ Sonia
2000 Papa The Great ----- Mrs. Pooja Jai Prakash
1999 Lal Baadshah ----- Special Appearance
1999 Singer
1998 Sreekrishnapurathe Nakshathrathilakkam
1997 Kaun Rokega Mujhe ----- Govinda vehicle
1997 Khel Khiladi Ka
1997 Janakiraman
1997 Pistha
1997 Love Birds
1997 Aravindhan
1996 Sarada Bullodu
1996 Mettu Kudi
1996 Miya Biwi Aur Saali
1996 Sabse Bada Mawali
1995 Suryaputrulu
1995 Baasha ----- Priya
1995 Mounam
1995 Rikshavodu ---- Rani
1994 Kadhalan ---- Shruthi
1994 Suhaag ----- Madhu
1994 Super Police
1994 Gang Master
1994 Mugguru Monagallu
1993 Dhartiputra
1993 Hasti ----- Neena Narang
1993 King Uncle ----- Kavita
1993 Allari Alludu
1993 Rendilla Poojari
1993 Kondapalli Raja
1993 Varasudu
1992 Yalgaar----- Anu Singhal
1992 Ashwamedham
1992 Parampara
1992 Bewaffa Se Waffa
1992 Dilwale Kabhi Na Hare ----- Anjali Oberoi
1992 Major Chandrakanth
1992 Gharaana Mogudu ----- Uma Devi
1992 Police Aur Mujrim ----- Meena Khanna
1991 Killer Telugu film
1991 Peddinti Alludu ----- First Telugu film,
1990 Baaghi: A Rebel for Love ----- Kaajal,

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