Hema Malini was seen in different avatars in her 1977 film 'Dream Girl'. She established herself as one of the topmost heroines in the industry with this film. She soon became a box office sensation with films like 'Sanyasi' and 'Dharmatma'.
Unlike many other yesteryear actresses, Hema Malini still continues to be a part of Bollywood. She was simply brilliant in films like 'Veer-Zaara', 'Baghban' and 'Baabul'.
Can you imagine 'Sholay' without Basanti? And nobody can play the role better than Hema Malini. Her brilliant performance in the film will surely bring a smile on your face.
Hema Malini is also an accomplished dancer. She is best remembered for her amazing dance performances in movies.
If you think Vidya Balan should get the credit of making women-centric films popular in Bollywood, you are wrong. In 1970s, Hema Malini acted in women-centric films like 'Meera' and 'Kinara'. She is definitely a trendsetter.
She played a double role in her film 'Seeta Aur Geeta'. From Sridevi to Deepika Padukone, many actresses have tried to create the same magic on screen, but Hema is simply unbeatable. She earned her first Filmfare best actress award for the same.
Hema Malini's fashion statement also helped her in grabbing eyeballs. Her style and glamour made her a hit instantly among youngsters. She is still known for her amazing sarees and stylish hairdos.
At 64, Hema Malini still looks fabulous. Her strict fitness regime makes her look so attractive. She is truly Bollywood's Dream Girl.
Did you know, Hema Malini and Dharmendra have acted in 28 films together. The couple worked together in films like 'Sholay', 'Raja Jani', 'Dost' and 'Charas'. It's always a treat to watch them together onscreen. The couple who tied the knot in 1980, share an amazing on and off screen chemistry.
From the beginning of her career, Hema Malini dared to do films, which other actresses shied away from. After the success of her film 'Johnny Mera Naam' in 1970, she was seen playing a widow in 'Andaaz' and played a character with grey shades in 'Lal Patthar'.