Mahima Chaudhary was once a VJ, Subhash Ghai saw her and got a job in the movie ‘Pardes’

Mahima Chaudhry has distanced himself from Bollywood. Recently the news of her cancer shook her fans, although she is now recovering from this serious illness. Mahima Chaudhry worked in the Bollywood industry for a long time and she won the hearts of the audience with her acting in many excellent movies. Mahima Chaudhry, who started her career as a model, has also appeared in many publicity shoots. She made her debut in Bollywood with Subhash Ghai’s movie Pardes. The story of how Mahima Chaudhry got the movie Pardes is very interesting. So let us tell you how a music channel VJ got a break in Bollywood.

Actually, aside from modeling, Mahima Chaudhry has also worked as a musical VJ. Just during this work, Subhash Ghai’s eyes fell on Mahima Chaudhry. Subhash Ghai was looking for ‘Ganga’ for his movie ‘Pardes’ at the time. Which is very simple to see. So what was it that Subhash Ghai liked Mahima Chaudhry for this role at first glance? He called Mahima in for the audition. Although Mahima was already sitting there thinking about where she is going to spend her selection in such a big movie. Because of this, she did not even meet Subhash Ghai for several days. But one day Mahima decided that she would go to audition for ‘Pardes’. Subhash Ghai liked Mahima and later she hired her alongside Shahrukh Khan.

On August 8, 1997, the movie Pardes was released in theaters, after which Mahima Chaudhry ruled the hearts of all. Seeing the innocence of his character Ganga in the movie, people went crazy. Mahima Chaudhry received the award for Best Female Debut in 1998. Credit for making Mahima a star goes to Subhash Ghai.

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Mahima Chaudhry worked in all the Bollywood movies. The first movie of her career was ‘Pardes’, which turned out to be a huge box office success. Apart from this, there were ‘Dag: The Firet’, ‘Dhadkan’, ‘Deewane’, ‘Khiladi 420’, ‘Lajja’, ‘Om Jai Jagdish’, ‘Dil Hai Tumhaara’ and Bagwan. The actress said goodbye to the Bollywood industry in 2016 after the movie ‘Dark Chocolate’.

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