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Nutan is an Actress, Singer, Lyricist

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84 years, 3 months, 27 days, 22 hours, 1 minutes, 28 seconds.
30800 Total days

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Article Type: Biography
Category: Actress, Singer, Lyricist
Real NameNutan Samarth
Pet / Nick NameNot Such
ProfessionActress, Singer, Lyricist
OriginBombay, India

Age, Dob, Birthplace, zodiac, star sign

Nutan Age (Current)84 years 3 months 27 days old
Date Of Birth (DOB)-- 06/04/1936 (M/D/Y)
BirthplaceBombay, Bombay Presidency, British India
Zodiac SignNot Sure
Star Sign (Nakshatra)Not Sure

Death Details

Alive Or DeadDead
Date Of Death (DOD)-- 02/21/1991 (M/D/Y)
After Death Timeline29 years 7 months 10 days 22 hours 1 minutes 28 seconds
10815 Total days

Personality, Physical Appearance

Body, Height, Weight

Body TypeSlim
Body MeasurementsNot Known
Zero SizeN/A
Nutan's Height5 feet 6 inches / 168 Centimeters
Weight55 kg / 121.275 lbs

Face Properties

Face ShapeOval
Eye ColourBlack Eyes
Nose TypeSharp
Hair ColourBlack.
Hair LengthMedium Length
Dimple StatusNo


NatureOpenness to Experience
CharacterGood Human
NegativeNot Known

Father / Mother, Family Details

Nutan FatherKumarsen Samarth (Filmmaker)
MotherShobhna Samarth (Actress)
No. Of. Brothers1
No. Of. Sisters2
Brother(s)Jaideep Samarth
Sister(s)Tanuja Mukherjee (Actress), Chatura

Father – Kumarsen Samarth (Filmmaker)

Mother – Shobhna Samarth (Actress)

Brother – Jaideep Samarth

Sisters – Tanuja Mukherjee (Actress), Chatura

Relationship, Affairs, Wife / Husband, Girlfriends / Boyfriends

Nutan Relationship StatusEngaged
Interested InNot Known
Marital StatusMarried
Marital TypeNot Sure
SpouseHusband - Rajnish Bahl (Lieutenant Commander; died in a fire accident in 2004)

Affairs/Boyfriends – Not Known

Wedding Details

Nutan's Wedding Date- 10/11/1959
Together Timeline- 60 years 11 months 20 days 22 hours 1 minutes 28 seconds
22271 Total days
Divorce Date-
Separated Timeline- 0 years 0 months 0 days 0 hours 0 minutes 0 seconds
0 Total days

Son / Daughter, Children Details

No.Of. Male Kids1
No.Of. Female Kids0

Kids Details

Son – Mohnish Bahl (Actor)

Daughter – None

Caste, Religion, Community, Mother Tongue, Languages Known

Nutan's CasteFather - Not Known
Mother - Same As Fathers
CommunityNot Known
Mother TongueNot Revealed Yet
Languages KnownEnglish, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi

Address, Native, Hometown, Current City

Native / OriginBombay, India
Home TownBombay, India
Nutan's Current CityBombay, India
AddressNot Known

Education, Qualification

SchoolSt. Joseph's Convent School, Panchgani, Maharashtra La Chatelaine School, Switzerland
CollegeNot Known
Nutan's QualificationNot Known
Other Education NotesNot Known


Life Style

Does Nutan, Consume Alcohol?Not Sure Yet
Does Nutan, Smoke Cigarettes?Not Sure Yet
Will Drive?Yes
Is Nutan, Swims?Yes
Is Nutan, Yoga Practitioner?Not Sure Yet
Does Gym?Not Sure Yet
Is Nutan, a Jogger?Not Sure Yet
Eating Habit?Non-Vegetarian

Hobbies, Interests

Nutan's HobbiesNot Known
MusicFilm songs
SportsCricket, Cycling

Nutan was brought up in a Marathi family with a dim foundation.

Nutan with her mom and more youthful sisters Tanuja and Chatura

She was a little girl of one of the top on-screen characters of 1940s-Shobhana Samarth who had assumed the job of ‘Seeta’ in the superhit ‘Smash Rajya’ (1943).

Her sister Tanuja Mukherjee, niece Kajol, and child Mohnish Bahl are the famous Bollywood big names.

Nutan began learning traditional singing at the period of only 3.

During her youth days, individuals used to call her thin and appalling.

Nutan’s folks had isolated before her sibling Jaideep’s introduction to the world.

At first, her mom didn’t expect a brilliant profession of Nutan in the film business.

Nutan began her profession as a youngster craftsman (at 14 years old) with the movie ‘Hamari Beti’ (1950) alongside her sister Tanuja Mukherjee which was coordinated by her mom.

Before making her introduction with ‘Hamari Beti’ (1950), she had showed up in a little job in the mid-1940s film ‘Nala Damayanti’.

From that point, Nutan worked in the motion pictures like ‘Nagina’, ‘Murmur Log’, ‘Shikwa’, and ‘Shabab’; notwithstanding, she couldn’t get much accomplishment with these movies, accordingly, in 1953, Shobhna sent her to Switzerland for the further investigations. Curiously, her classmates had no clue that she was an on-screen character in Bombay.

Subsequent to finishing her examinations, she came back to India and showed up in the well known Hindi film ‘Seema’ in which she assumed the job of ‘Amiya Chakraborty’ and was included in the tune ‘Man Mohana Bade Jhooth’ which was dazzled the group of spectators as well as the living legend Lata Mangeshkar.

Subsequent to giving the splendid exhibition in the ‘Seema’, Nutan had never thought back, and she proceeded to offer consecutive superhit movies like ‘Heer’, ‘Baarish’, ‘Paying Guest’, ‘Kanhaiya’, ‘Bandini’, ‘Yaadgaar’, ‘Kasturi’, ‘Paisa Yeh Paisa’, ‘Karma’, and some more.

She had constantly kept up a customary picture; be that as it may, she astonished everybody subsequent to wearing a bathing suit in the film ‘Dilli Ka Thug’ (1958).

Not long after subsequent to giving a series of hits, Nutan got hitched to a Commander Rajneesh Bahl in 1959. The comparable thing was repeated by her sister’s little girl Kajol when she got hitched to Ajay Devgn; as when she got hitched, she was likewise at the pinnacle of her vocation same as Nutan might have been.

Out of the four Filmfare Awards for Best Actress that she had won in her profession, three were after her marriage and even the introduction of her child.

In 1960, Nutan sang a tune ‘Affirmative Mere Humsafar’ (Chhabili), which was composed by Nutan herself.

She expected Bimal Roy as her adoptive parent who allowed her to demonstration in the super hit film ‘Bandini’ (1963), and she very accepted that the motion picture had assumed the most huge job in her whole movie vocation.

In 1963, Nutan and Dev Anand made a fine pair in ‘Tere Ghar Ke Samne’. Dev Anand additionally said in her applause “Nutan was one of only a handful couple of entertainers with whom one could have a shrewd discussion.”

In 1965, she was included in the melody ‘Tumhi Mere Mandir Tumhi Meri Pooja’ (Khandan), which was sung by Lata Mangeshkar; the tune won Lata Ji her last Filmfare Award before she quit for being designated for the Filmfare Awards.

The greatness of Nutan’s flexible exhibitions can be considered with the certainties that even in the wake of turning 40, she had attempted distinctive notorious character jobs.

Nutan recorded an argument against her mom when she had begun seeing that her income were misused by her mom and severed all association with her.

By the late 1980s, her advantage was begun slanting towards her family, singing reverential tunes, and in prepping her child Mohnish Behl’s profession.

Nutan was fortunate enough to see her child get set up in the film business with the film ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’; before she passed away in 1991.

In February 1991, she was confessed to Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai, however a couple of days after the fact, she passed away. At the time, she was taping for ‘Garajna’ and ‘Insaniyat’.

Nutan’s last motion picture was ‘Naseebwala’, which was discharged after her passing in 1992.

On-screen characters like Sadhana Shivdasani and Smita Patil considered Nutan as their venerated image.

Nutan was a prepared Kathak artist.

In February 2011, the Government of India discharged a postal stamp in her respect.

Nutan Image on Indian Postage Stamp

In 2011, her name was recorded by on the rundown of “˜third-most noteworthy entertainer ever’ (after Nargis and Smita Patil).

Eminent Marathi writer Lalita Tamhane composed a book-‘Nutan Asen Mi Nasen Mi’ on Nutan’s self-account biography.

In 2018, Google praised her 81st birthday with a delightful doodle.

Favourites and Preferences

Favourite ActorAshok Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Raj Kapoor, Balraj Sahni
Favourite ActressesNot Known
Favourite Film(s)Bandini, Sujata
Favourite Director(s)Bimal Roy
Favourite FoodNot Known
Favourite DrinkNot Known
Favourite FruitNot Known
Preferred OutfitNot Known
Preferred PerfumeNot Known
Favourite Destination(s)Not Known
Nutan's Favourite ColourNot Known
Favourite MusicianNot Revealed Yet
Favourite Singer(s)No Such
Favourite Song(s)Not Known
Favourite Sport(s)Not Revealed Yet

Gossips, Controversies

Once Nutan engaged in a discussion when she publically slapped one of the then growing entertainers Sanjeev Kumar. The entire issue was over the announcement of Sanjeev Kumar in which he had supposedly said that Nutan was enamored with him while he wasn’t; be that as it may, Nutan had thought about his announcement as an off-base one.

Net Worth, Earnings, Salary and Assets

Nutan's Salary(approx)
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Movable and Immovable Assets

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Debut Film (Child Artist) : Hamari Beti (1950)

Film (Actress) : Shabab (1954)

TV : Mujrim Hazir (1988)

Honors, Awards

Filmfare Best Actress Award

  • In 1956 for ‘Seema’
  • In 1959 for ‘Sujata’
  • In 1963 for ‘Bandini’
  • In 1967 for ‘Radha’
  • In 1978 for ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’

Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award

  • In 1985 for ‘Meri Jung’

Other Awards

  • BFJA Best Actress Award (Hindi)
  • In 1963 for ‘Bandini’
  • In 1973 for ‘Milan’
  • In 1974 for ‘Saudagar’


  • In 1974- Padma Shri (India’s fourth-highest civilian honour by the Government of India)


  • In 1951- ‘Miss India’





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