Sanjeev Kumar, born Harihar Jethalal Jariwala, was one of many prime actors of his time and has a number of girls combating for his charms, In reality, in a previous dialog, Anju Mahendroo had as soon as revealed that many girls tried to allure him by giving ‘dabbas’ and several other different really fell in love with him. However, regardless of receiving a lot love, the actor remained single all through his life.
In her interview, the actress revealed that when these girls confirmed curiosity in Kumar and he received shut with any of them, the individuals related to him would say that she was thinking about his cash. Despite this, the actor was linked to many actors together with Hema Malini and Sulakshana Pandit.
Talking about Sanjeev Kumar’s love life to Filmfare a very long time in the past, Anju Mahendroo mentioned, “Every time he got involved with a woman he was told by those close to him, ‘Arrey yaar yeh toh tere paise ke peeche hai (she’s after your money)’. This would play on his mind. I’d say, ‘Hari, are you mad or what? Can’t you judge for yourself? This way you’ll never get married. You love the woman, even if she’s there for your money, so what?’”
Further speaking about Sanjeev Kumar and love, Anju Mahendroo added, “I don’t know whether he kept falling in love, or women kept falling in love with him. But there were lots and lots of women around him all the time. He was charming, he had a wonderful smile. They tried wooing him by sending him dabbas (lunch boxes). Some women were genuinely in love with him. But he believed they were after his wealth, which was so sad because at the end of the day he had neither a home nor a wife.”
Talking about Sanjeev Kumar, the 2 National Film Awards winner Sanjeev died on the age of 47 after struggling a coronary heart assault. Over ten movies that includes him had been launched submit his loss of life, with the final being Professor Ki Padosan in 1993. He additionally starred in titles together with Dastak and Khilona (1970), Anubhav (1971), Koshish and Seeta Aur Geeta (1972), Anamika (1973), Aap Ki Kasam (1974), Aandhi and Sholay (1975), Pai Patni Aur Woh (1978), Biwi-O-Biwi (1981), Angoor and Namkeen (1982), amongst many others.
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