This Mother's Day remembering some of the iconic cine'maas'

Published: 13th May 2018 03:20 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th May 2018 08:52 AM  

Zohra Sehgal known as the oldest mother in Bollywood has even played Amitabh Bachchan's mother's role in Cheeni Kum. She has acted in movies like 'Cheeni Kum', 'K3G', 'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam' to name a few. (YouTube grab)
Dina Pathak has lent her motherly charm to many movies which have seen immense success. Here's a scene from 'Khoobsoorat'. (YouTube grab)
Remembered for featuring in the hit song “Ae meri zohra jabeen”, Achala Sachdev played Amitabh Bachchan's mother's role in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. (YouTube grab)
Playing the role of the most cutest mothers, Farida Jalal is still known for her bubbly personality. Here's a scene from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai where she plays Shah Rukh Khan's mother. (YouTube grab)
Leela Mishra is most famous for her role as Hema Malini’s ‘mausi ji’ in the cult film 'Sholay'. Apart from that, she has known to play mother in over 150 movies. (YouTube grab)
Known to have played the role of one of the most strong mother in the film Mother India, Nargis Dutt cannot be forgotten easily. (YouTube grab)
A doting mother always, Reema Lagoo has played the mother in several films with much ease. Here's a scene from Hum Apke Hai Kaun. (YouTube grab)
'Mere pass ma hai', a dialogue which has resonated through the times, thanks to Nirupa Roy who played a mother to Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor in Deewar. (YouTube grab)
Who can forgetthe line “mere Karan Arjun aayenge” from Karan Arjun? Rakhee Gulzar who played mother to two of the biggest superstars of the time has essayed this role in several other blockbuster hits. (YouTube grab)
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