New Delhi :
The story of many films goes home in our hearts, but the story of some actors is also such, which is no less than a film itself. The story of those who started their life from zero and became a hero. Such was the life of Indian actress Silk Smitha, who worked in other’s house to do make-up of heroines, but when her time came, in a career of 17 years, more than 450 films from South, Hindi to many languages. Of. Come today, on the occasion of Silk Smita’s birthday, we tell you some such stories related to her life.
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who was silk smita
Silk Smitha was originally a South film actress who was born on 2 December 1960 in a Telugu family. He left his studies at the age of 10, because the economic condition of the house was not good at all. He was soon married. But she was treated very badly in her in-laws too, after which Smita thought of standing on her own feet and left her in-laws and came to Chennai. After this she started working as a make-up artist. She used to touch up the heroines and it was from here that the desire to become an actress arose in her mind.
Film career started like this
Smita started her film career with the Tamil film ‘Vandichakkaram’. She was seen in a small role in this film. After this, he did more than 450 films in his 17-year film career. Smita used to do special songs in most of the films. She got huge success in the film Vandisakkaram released in 1980 and she became a household name. But on 23 September 1986, he was found dead in his own house. It is said that he was addicted to alcohol and committed suicide under the burden of debt. Although many people tell the reason for his suicide as the dark face of the world of glamor which is behind the scenes.
Vidya Balan did the iconic role
The film Dirty Picture based on the life of Silk Smitha was released in the year 2011. In that, actress Vidya Balan played her character. This film was a blockbuster. Which had earned 117 crores worldwide and Vidya Balan’s role in this film was well liked.
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