The famous actress Simi Grewal was born on 17 October 1947. Born in Muktsar, Punjab, Simi was raised in England and was educated at Newland House School with sister Amrita. On her birthday, let us know the special things related to her.
Due to being abroad, there was a difference in the pronunciation of Simi. For this reason, the filmmakers offered her a role in the film ‘Tarzan Goes to India’. Simi was just 15 years old at that time. It was Simi Grewal’s debut film with Feroze Khan in 1962.
During her film career, Simi gave many bold scenes that created a sensation everywhere. In 1970, Raj Kapoor’s film ‘Mera Naam Joker’ was released. Simi Grewal’s role in the film was not so long but she used to revolve at the base point of the story. Her scene of changing clothes on the farm is one of the most talked-about bold scenes in Hindi cinema.
Simi then gave the nude scene in the 1972 film ‘Siddharth’. In those times, when actresses wore saris and used to shy away from kissing on screen. Simi Grewal made headlines by giving nude scenes. Simi got a chance to work with big directors like Raj Kapoor, Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen, and Raj Khosla. Simi Grewal appeared in a negative role in the film Karz.
Simi Grewal’s name is remembered for acting as well as an anchor. She made several programs with former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Simi became the host of Star Plus’s talk show India’s Most Desirable in which she used to interview Bollywood, businessmen, cricketers, and media persons. Simi also worked for the BBC’s documentary drama ‘Maharajas’.