Zarina Wahab Biography is the intriguing tale of a young woman from Mumbai who came to stay in Pakistan and married a famous writer. She was just 21 when she started writing for publications in India as a reporter. However, when her marriage to him collapsed, she returned to her homeland to start a new life. The book tells the full story about her bitter experiences as a writer in Pakistan and her eventual disillusionment and ultimate return to India.
This is a fascinating biography, written by a well-known author, who has done an excellent job of gauging the character and quirks of the late, great lady – Zarina. She was described as a ‘terrific talent’ that had ‘bronzed the screen’ of Hindi movies. She was articulate and combative, but always attractive and always brilliant. She was born in Bombay and grew up in Calcutta, where she also studied literature and journalism at Jawaharlal Nehru University. After her marriage to a man from a prominent family in Pakistan, she decided to spend her last days in England where she became an outspoken critic of the Indian government’s policies towards its people.
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She went on to write some popular novels and passed away at the age of 65 in a caravan accident in England. This was followed by many articles in newspapers and magazines on various issues related to Indian politics, culture and life in general. She was an outspoken and bold critic of Indian rule in India and held various senior posts in the Indian government and military. It was clear from her writings and interviews that she had a deep understanding of Indian culture and was in no way anti-Indian. That is one of the major strengths of this biography, which is written in simple, easy to understand English.
The author, Sharad Singh Mukherjea has done a wonderful job of writing a biography, which is rich in details without neglecting the personalities who played a vital role in the making of actress Sharad Chowdhry’s career. There are plenty of photographs in the bibliography, which allow one to get a better idea of the glamorous actress’ style of dress and personality. A few pages of notes at the end of the book give some interesting insights into the life of the famous socialite, who was at times referred to as the Queen of Banshmi.
The author rightly highlights the fact that her career was short lived, even though it was a flop. Her career spanned just four decades, and she failed to make any films in India after quitting her film career. However, she did appear in the legendary Hollywood movie called “The Great Bazaar”, which was set in India. Her other two films that came to Indian audiences were “Shodh” and “Trespass”. These two films made her popular in the United States and provided her with much needed recognition in her home country. The biographer has successfully shed light on the actress’ humble beginnings and the manner in which she channeled her natural beauty and talent to meet her career goals and expectations.
The author rightly claims that the world will miss her if she is not brought into the limelight once again. However, this can be done only if her films are well received in the foreign countries. This is the major strength of the book, which is written in an informative and lucid manner. The next time a viewer wants to know about the life and works of the most famous Indian actresses of our times, they should make a note of “Zarina Wahab Biography”. It will be read by many generations to come for it contains fascinating details of the career of one of our most celebrated personalities.