|Bina Kak (Bina Kak)|
February 15, 1954 |
|Spouse(s)||Bharat Kak (Divorced) from Rani, Rajasthan|
|Children||Son, Ankur Kak, restauranter.
Daughter, Amrita Kak, singer
|Residence||Angor, Tehsil Sumerpur - 306902|
Kak graduated from Home Science College, Udaipur in 1978. She received a Master's degree from University of Baroda, Gujarat. Her sister, Kamla Bhasin, is a writer and feminist activist, while her brothers are Dr. B.B. Bhasin, based in the U.K., and B.B. Bhasin, a retired IPS officer; her other sister, Kusum Suri (née Bhasin) was a retired school teacher in the U.S.
Kak was a four-time Member of the Legislative Assembly in the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly from the Sumerpur constituency. She was Cabinet Minister of Woman & Child Development, Tourism, Art & Culture, Archeology, Printing & Stationery departments. She was also the Minister of State for Tourism and Cultural Affairs of Rajasthan from 1998 to 2003.
Kak's daughter, Amrita Kak, has several hit songs, such as "Just Chill" (Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?), "Tujhe Aksa Beach" (God Tussi Great Ho), "Love Me Love Me" (Wanted), "Character Dheela" (Ready) and "Dhinka chika" (Ready), umeed(dangerous ishq)
Kak's daughter was married on 29 May 2010. The older of the two children is Ankur, who is a trained chef and has restaurants running in Jaipur. He married Milan Rai in 2009.
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- Rajasthan Government - Council of Ministers
- Rajasthan Assembly election 2008 result
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