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|Died||22 August 1977 (aged 33–34)|
|Cause of death||Liver disease|
|Known for||Bollywood films|
Vimi debuted opposite Sunil Dutt in the B. R. Chopra-directed Hamraaz in 1967. The film was a hit, but did not help her career. She appeared with Shashi Kapoor in Patanga (1971) and Vachan (1974). She was the leading lady in Aabroo (1968), opposite Deepak Kumar.
Vimi was a Punjabi girl who married Shiv Agarwal, son of an Industrialist, with whom she had two sons. Music Director Ravi got introduced to her at a party in Calcutta and later invited her and Shiv to Mumbai. He introduced them to B. R. Chopra and that is how Vimi got her first film.
As Sunil Dutt sang to her ("Na Sar Jhuka Ke Jeeo, Na Munh Chhupako Jeeo"), the enchanting image of Vimi won the viewers' hearts.
Soon after the success of Humraaz, her next big project Aabroo was released in 1968. This film, however, bombed at the box office. Even veteran actors like Ashok Kumar and Nirupa Roy who were also the part of the film couldn't do much to save it.
After the failure of Aabroo things went downward spiral for Vimi who was now reduced to pose for photoshoots in magazines. Patanga, her 1971 film with Shashi Kapoor, also failed to strike a chord with the audience. Thus after successive flop films, she went into oblivion.
In an obituary released after her death, several hostile details were revealed which included her being physically abused by her husband and their eventual separation. Following her separation, she started a textile business in Calcutta but that too failed miserably. Devastated by her professional and personal life, Vimi took refute in alcohol. As her money started dwindling, she also turned towards prostitution just to buy drinks to feed her crave. 
Songs picturised on her:
- "Tum Agar Saath Dene Ka Wada Karo" - Hamraaz (1967)
- "Na Muh Chupaake Jiyo" - Hamraaz (1967)
- "Neele Gagan Ke Tale" - Hamraaz (1967)
- "Kisi Pathar Ki Moorat Se" - Hamraaz (1967)
- "Aap Se Pyar Hua" - Aabroo (1968)
- "Jinhe Hum Bhulna Chahe" - Aabroo (1968)
- "Thoda Ruk Jayegi To Tera Kya Jayega" - Patanga (1971)
|1967||Hamraaz||Meena Verma||Debut film|
|1969||Nanak Nam Jahaz Hai||Chinni||National Award winning Punjabi film|
|1971||Kahin Aar Kahin Paar||Dancer princess|
|1973||Kahani Hum Sab Ki|
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