Madhubala was a famous Indian actress of old classical Hindi films. She appeared in a huge number of films which enriched the film world of India. In fact, she was one of the most beautiful actresses of India and critics often called her The Venus of India.
Madhubala born on 14 February in 1933 in Delhi. Her childhood name was Mumtaz Jehan Dehlavi. Her father’s name was Ataullah Khan and mother’s name was Ayesha Begum. Because her family was not so rich, she passed her childhood through hardship. She along with her father came to Mumbai in order to find work to support the family where young Madhubala got the chance to become an actress.
Madhubala first appeared in the film ‘Basant’ in 1942. She first appeared as a lead role in the film ‘Neel Kamal’ in 1947. Famous actor Raj Kapoor acted in this film as her opposite. In 1949 she appeared in film ‘Mahal’ and it was very successful in box office. After that she acted in many other box office successful films like ‘Dulari’ in 1949, ‘Beqasoor’ in 1950, ‘Tarana’ and ‘Badal’ in 1951.
Later she also became a film producer and produced some films in which she appeared too. She produced ‘Naata’ in 1955 and ‘Mahion ke Khwab’ in 1960 in which she acted. But perhaps her most significant appearance was in the film ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ in which she acted as Anarkali. Many critics say that this film completed her stardom and helped her to become an ageless actress of India forever. ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ was a huge box office success and remained the most successful hit for many years. Her 1960 film ‘Barsaat ki Raat’ was also successful, but the films of following years like ‘Jhumroo’ in 1961 and ‘Half Ticket’ in 1962 didn’t perform well in box office.
Though her personal life, especially, love life was controversial, she married famous singer Kishore Kumar.
Madhubala died on 23 February in 1969 due to pulmonary pressure. Her fans regard her as the Marilyn Monroe of India even today.
Judy Garland was an American singer, actress, and vaudevillian. She was eminent for her contralto vocals and accomplished universal fame that proceeded all through a vocation spreading over 40 years as an on-screen character in musical and emotional parts, as a recording craftsman, and on show stages.
Judy Garland started performing in vaudeville with her two more established sisters and was marked to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a young person.
She likewise had a long fight with medications and liquor, which eventually prompted her demise from a barbiturate overdose at 47 years old.
Rocky Marciano was an american boxer. He is regarded by many as one of the all time greats. He went undefeated in career. He retired as the World Heavyweight Champion.
Rocky Marciano was born on August 31, 1969 in Brockton, Massachusetts. His real name is Rocco Francis Marchegiano. Both of his parents were immigrants from Italy. His father was from Ripa Teatina, Abruzzo, while his mother was from San Bartolomeo in Galdo, Campania. Rocky had two brothers, Peter and Louis and three sisters, Alice, Concetta, and Elizabeth. In March 1943, Marciano was drafted into the United States Army for a term of two years. Stationed in Swansea, Wales, he helped ferry supplies across the English Channel to Normandy. After the war ended, he completed his service in March 1946 at Fort Lewis, Washington.
Rocky Marciano fought 49 professional fights. He won 43 of them with knock outs. His 87 percentage knockouts ranks among the highest. He is known for his stamina in the squared ring. He retired as the undefeated champion of the World.On August 31, 1969, on the eve before his 46th birthday Rocky Marciano died in a plane crash.
Rocky Marciano was the inspiration for the name, iconography, and fighting style of the title character Rocky Balboa from Sylvester Stallone’s American classic Rocky movie series. The character Rocky dreams of becoming like his idol Rocky Marciano and later in the series even gifts his son a valuable possession (a boxing glove necklace made from a cuff link) given to him by his trainer Mickey, who had received it from Marciano.