This actress was the real courtesan of Hiramandi, the whole of Lahore was ready to die for her beauty, but it was her husband who shot her. - Newztezz Online


Thursday, May 9, 2024

This actress was the real courtesan of Hiramandi, the whole of Lahore was ready to die for her beauty, but it was her husband who shot her.


Heeramandi: There was a buzz for the last several days about the first web series of Bollywood's famous filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Heeramandi. Let us tell you that this 8 episode series has recently been released on Netflix. This web series has many stars including Manisha Koirala, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Richa Chadda, Shekhar Suman, Fardeen Khan. Bhansali had the idea of ​​Hiramandi in his mind for the last 18 years. The web series is being liked a lot. Today in this article we are going to tell you about the real courtesan of Hiramandi. Who had connection with Pakistan. As much as she shone on screen, her personal life was equally painful.

Who is the real courtesan of Heeramandi

Heeramandi is the story of a courtesan who was a famous actress of Pakistan. Her name was Niggo alias Nargis Begum. Niggo had worked in about 100 films. Niggo aka Nargis was born in Hiramandi, the red light area of ​​Lahore. His mother was a courtesan, who used to organize gatherings and mujras to support the family. Niggo also followed in her mother's footsteps. Niggo had become so adept at dancing that a huge crowd used to gather to watch her Mujra in her gatherings held in Hiramandi. At that time cinema had started, but women were shy of working in films. In such a situation, whenever a heroine was required for a film, the producers used to go to the abode of courtesans.

This is how Heeramandi's Naggo became a Pakistani actress

It is said that Niggo was once hosting a gathering in Heeramandi. As always, there was a crowd in his gathering. Then a Pakistani producer went in search of a heroine for his film. When he saw the crowd at the brothel, he himself became a part of it. He was impressed by the beauty and dance of traditional dancer Nargis and after some time he offered her his film and Nargis immediately agreed to work in films. Nargis made her debut in the year 1964 with the Pakistani film Ishrat and she got many films one after the other. The actress worked in more than 100 films. He was mostly kept in films only for Mujra.

Married to a film producer

Nargis got work in producer Khwaja Mazhar's film Kasu. During this time, she fell in love with Khwaja Mazhar and married him. Many people were against their marriage, but Khwaja Mazhar did not step back and made Niggo his wife. After which the actress's relationship with Heeramandi ended. But his family's means of livelihood ended and after marriage, Niggo also stopped working in films. Niggo's family wanted to call him back to Hiramandi but they did not succeed.

The husband himself shot and killed her.

When Niggo did not agree to return to Heeramandi, his mother pretended to be unwell and called him back to Heeramandi. When she reached there, the family started listening to her and when Niggo did not return home, her husband started getting worried. When he came to pick her up a few days later, she refused to go. Despite several attempts, Niggo did not return to her husband. Once again when her husband came to pick her up, she flatly refused. Seeing Nargis's indifference, Mazhar Khwaja angrily took out a gun from his pocket and started firing at the niggas. In the accident in which Niggo died in Hiramandi itself, 2 musicians and uncle also died along with him. Mazhar was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Niggo.

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