Sholay’s aunt was married at the age of 12, because of this she used to do only the role of mother and aunti

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Leela Mishra was married at the age of 12 and had two children at the age of 17. Leela Mishra was one such actress who had left a deep impression in the hearts of people with her acting, this is the same Leela Mishra who made her mark from house to house by playing the role of aunt in the film Sholay. Why did you always play roles like mother, aunt and grandmother in films?

Used to do only the role of mother and aunti
Sholay’s aunt was married at the age of 12

Leela’s husband’s name was Ram Prasad and he was a man of free thinking. Leela’s husband had given her complete freedom to work on the theatre. One day a friend of his, who was associated with Dadasaheb Phalke, suggested Leela to work in the film company, after some thought, Leela agreed to come to films. Leela worked with her husband in the 1936 film Sati Sulochana. Leela was given ₹ 500 for this film while her husband got one and a half hundred rupees.

It is said that Leela did not like that any unknown person should touch her, which was the reason why Leela had turned down many offers despite getting lead roles in films and made her own identity in character roles. Leela’s famous films include ‘Chashme Baddoor’, ‘Prem Rog’, ‘Awara’, ‘Pyasa’, ‘Lajwanti’, ‘Sholay’ and ‘Anmol Ghadi’ etc.

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