Doodle has been dedicated by Google to actress and dancer Zohra Sehgal. Let us tell you Zohra Sehgal is considered the first female actress of India to be recognized on the international stage. In this special doodle for Zohra Sehgal is in the classical dance pose. They have a floral background behind them. Let us tell you Zohra Sehgal’s Google Doodle is designed by artist Parvati Pillai.

Google has today created a magnificent doodle of India’s most popular artist Zohra Sehgal. Zohra was an actress, dancer, and choreographer. She has been the first female artist of India to be recognized on international forums. In his doodle, Google has made a picture of his classical dance pose and decorated it with colorful flowers from all around. This special doodle made on Zohra Sehgal has been designed by artist Parvati Pillai.

Google Doodle Blog wrote about it, “Today’s Doodle Artist Parvati Pillai is made on iconic Indian actress and dancer Zohra Sehgal. She is the first female actress in the country to be recognized on the international stage. Zohra’s film ‘Neecha Nagar’ The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1946. It received the first international critical success of Indian cinema. ‘Neecha Nagar’ received the festival’s highest honor, the Palme d’Or Prize. “

Zohra Sehgal Google Doodle: The famous actress of Indian cinema, Zohra Sehgal, has today been remembered by Google by making Doodle (Google Doodle). Today Google Doodle has been dedicated to India’s iconic actress and dancer Zohra Sehgal.

Nawabi Family

Let us tell you Zohra Sehgal was born on 27 April 1912 in the Nawabi family of Rampur princely state. His full name was Sahibzadi Zohra Mumtazulla Khan Begum. Mumtazullah, born third after the birth of two children Jakullah and Hazrah of the Rohilla Pathan family of Rampur spent her childhood in Chakrata, Uttarakhand with Ikramullah, Ujra, Ana, and Sabira. Jumping on trees, making forays, plucking fruit from orchards, and harassing people passing around was one of Zohra’s childhood habits.

Reached Germany To Learn Dance

As we know that Zohra Sehgal’s life was full of struggles in childhood. His mother died at an early age. Her mother wanted that when Zohra went to Lahore to study, she went with her sister to attend Queen Mary College. He was fond of dance. In this way, she became the first Indian woman to get admission to Mary Wigman Ballet School in Germany. During this time he met the famous Indian dancer Uday Shankar. Uday Shankar was very happy to see such a beautiful Indian woman abroad interested in traditional dance and said that she would see work for him as soon as he reached his homeland.

Study From Germany

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Zohra Sehgal’s full name was Sahibzadi Zohra Begum Mumtaz Ullah Khan. He was born on 27 April 1912 in Saharanpur. He studied at the Ballet School in Dresden, Germany until the age of 20. After returning to India, she tried her hand at acting and joined the Indian People’s Theaters Association in 1945.

Reached Germany To Learn Dance

As we know that Zohra Sehgal’s life was full of struggles in childhood. His mother died at an early age. Her mother wanted that when Zohra went to Lahore to study, she went with her sister to attend Queen Mary College. He was fond of dance. In this way, she became the first Indian woman to get admission to Mary Wigman Ballet School in Germany. During this time he met the famous Indian dancer Uday Shankar. Uday Shankar was very happy to see such a beautiful Indian woman abroad interested in traditional dance and said that she would see work for him as soon as he reached his homeland.

Study From Germany

Zohra Sehgal’s full name was Sahibzadi Zohra Begum Mumtaz Ullah Khan. He was born on 27 April 1912 in Saharanpur. He studied at the Ballet School in Dresden, Germany until the age of 20. After returning to India, she tried her hand at acting and joined the Indian People’s Theaters Association in 1945.

Reached Germany To Learn Dance As we know that Zohra Sehgal’s life was full of struggles in childhood. His mother died at an early age. Her mother wanted that when Zohra went to Lahore to study, she went with her sister to attend Queen Mary College. He was fond of dance. In this way, she became the first Indian woman to get admission to Mary Wigman Ballet School in Germany. During this time he met the famous Indian dancer Uday Shankar. Uday Shankar was very happy to see such a beautiful Indian woman abroad interested in traditional dance and said that she would see work for him as soon as he reached his homeland.

Prithvi Theater Joined

In 1935, Zohra Sehgal joined Uday Shankar in Japan. After Japan, Zohra saw a lot of world with Uday Shankar through Egypt, Europe, and America. Returning to the country, Zohra started teaching with Uday Shankar at a school in Almora. He met Kamleshwar Sehgal here. Who was a scientist living in Indore. He was also fond of petting, and Indian dancing. Zohra and Kamleshwar got married. Zohra and Kamleshwar’s marriage did not go well with all the people. Things had turned into a riot but later, everyone agreed. The fire of the Partition of India also reached his home. Both reached Lahore and had opened the dance institute here, but soon it seemed that it would be difficult to survive in Lahore, even if the institute was running. Both of them fled to Bombay with a year-old baby girl Kiran, where Zohra’s sister Ujra was a prominent heroine of Prithvi Theater.

Worked With Four Generations Of The Kapoor Family

In 1945, Zohra Sehgal joined the Prithvi Theater. At that time he used to get 400 rupees per month. Apart from Prithvi Theater, Zohra was also an active member of IPTA. When Ipta made her first film under the direction of Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, ‘DhartiKe Lal’, she also became its heroine. Due to IPTA, Zohra also got work in Chetan Anand’s ‘Neecha Nagar’. She started doing choreography in films. The famous dream song of Raj Kapoor’s film ‘Awara’ is decorated by Zohra Sehgal. From then onwards, Rishi Kapoor’s son Ranbir Kapoor’s debut film ‘Saawariya’, Zohra Sehgal kept bringing smiles to the faces of the audience with his special acts. In this way, he worked with four generations of the Kapoor family.

Padma Vibhushan Awarded Zohra Sehgal received the Padma Shri in 1998, the Kalidas Award in 2001, the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2004. The Sangeet Natak Akademi also gave him his fellowship as a Life Time Achievement Award. Padma Vibhushan Zohra Sehgal received the country’s second-highest civilian honor in 2010. He suffered a heart attack on 10 July 2014 and at the age of 102, he said goodbye to the world.

Work done in British show

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After gaining international recognition, she moved to London in 1962 and worked on classical British TV shows like ‘Doctor Who’ and the 1984 miniseries ‘The Jewel in the Crown’. Zohra Sehgal was awarded the Padma Shri in 1998, the Kalidas Award in 2001, and the Padma Vibhushan in 2010.

Sahibzadi Zohra Sehgal Mumtaz Ulla Khan (Sahibzadi Zohra Mumtazullah Khan) was born on 27 April 1912 in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. He did his studies in Germany. After which Zohra made several visits to dance internationally with Indian dance artist Uday Shankar. After returning to India, she joined the Indian People’s Theater Association in 1945.

Zohra Sehgal was awarded the Padma Shri Award in 1998, ‘Kalidas Samman’ in 2001, and ‘Padma Vibhushan’ in 2010 for his contribution to Indian cinema. Actress Zohra Sehgal died on 10 July 2014 at the age of 102. The actress is still remembered very much for her dancing and acting. Zohra Sehgal is also known for her character in the TV serial ‘Mulla Nasiruddin’. She was adept at the art of acting, and the whole screen used to come up as soon as she came on screen.

The Doodle introduced to remember Zohra Sehgal is designed by Parvati Pillai. Zohra is seen doing a classical dance in this doodle. The special thing is that by looking at this image you will easily recognize that it is Zohra Sehgal. Zohra has created a distinct and very special identity in Sehgal with her acting and dancing in Indian cinema.

Google Doodle stated in its blog that today’s Doodle is illustrated by guest artist Parvati Pillai. This particularly depicts iconic Indian actress and dancer Zohra Sehgal as one of the first female actors in the country. Zohra has made a mark not only in India but also globally. Sehgal’s early work first noted the film ‘Neecha Nagar’ (Neech Shahar ‘), which was screened on this day in 1946 at the Cannes Film Festival. Broadly the first international critical success of Indian cinema, ‘Neecha Nagar’ won the Palme d’Or Award, the highest honor of the festival. ‘

Google Doodle’s blog states that Zohra Sehgal’s full name was Sahibzadi Zohra Begum Mumtaz-Ulla Khan and he was born on 27 April 1912 in Saharanpur. She studied at a prestigious ballet school in Dresden, Germany in the early 20s and later toured internationally with Indian dance pioneer Uday Shankar. After returning to India, Zohra joined the Indian People’s Theater Association in 1945 and made several changes in acting.

After moving to London in 1962, Zohra Sehgal was recognized in the internship stage. He worked on British television such as ‘Doctor Who’ and the 1984 ‘The Jewel in the Crown’. Zohra Sehgal has been honored with Padma Shri (1998), Kalidas Samman (2001), and Padma Vibhushan (2010).

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