Vyjayanthimala filmography

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Vyjayanthimala in 2013 Stardust Awards

The following is the complete filmography of Vyjayanthimala.

Filmography[edit]

As actor[edit]

Film Year Role Director
Producer
Language Notes Ref.
Vazhkai 1949 Mohana Shivashankaralingam A. V. Meiyappan Tamil Shot simultaneously with Jeevitham
Jeevitham 1950 Mohini Sivashankara Lingeswara Prasad A. V. Meiyappan Telugu Shot simultaneously with Vazhkai
Vijayakumari 1950 Western dancer A. S. A. Sami Tamil Guest appearance
Bahar 1951 Lata M. V. Raman Hindi
Anjaam 1952 Shanti Kumar Hindi
Ladki 1953 Rani Mehra M. V. Raman Hindi
Penn 1954 Rani M. V. Raman Tamil Remake of Ladki
Sangham 1954 Rani M. V. Raman Telugu Remake of Ladki
Nagin 1954 Mala Nandlal Jaswantlal Hindi
Asha Nirasha Asha G. D. Venkatram Kannada Completed[1]
Unreleased[2]
Miss Mala 1954 Mala Jayant Desai Hindi
Yasmin 1955 Yasmin Abdur Rashid Kardar Hindi
Sitara Veda S.K. Ojha Hindi
Pehli Janak Veena / Devi M. V. Raman Hindi
Jashan S. Shamsuddin Hindi
Devdas Chandramukhi Bimal Roy Hindi Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
Based on Devdas
Dubbed in Russia as Девдас
Taj 1956 Princess of Roopnagar Nandlal Jaswantlal Hindi
Anjaan Ratna M. Sadiq Hindi Also known as Somewhere in Delhi
New Delhi Janaki Subramaniam Mohan Segal Hindi Dubbed in Russia as Индия
Marma Veeran Rajkumari Vijaya T. R. Raghunath Tamil Dubbed in Hindi as Piya Milan
Patrani Princess Mrinalla Vijay Bhatt Hindi
Kismet Ka Khel Kishore Sahu Hindi
Devta Princess of Snake world Pattanna Hindi Remake of Kanavaney Kankanda Deivam
Naya Daur 1957 Rajni B. R. Chopra Hindi Dubbed into Tamil as Pattaliyin Sabatham[3]
Kathputli Pushpa Amiya Chakrabarty, Nitin Bose Hindi Last film of Amiya Chakrabarty
Completed by Nitin Bose[4]
Ek Jhalak Kalidas Hindi
Aasha Nirmala M. V. Raman Hindi Features one of the first rock and roll song in Bollywood[5]
Sitaron Se Aage 1958 Satyen Bose Hindi
Sadhna Champabai B. R. Chopra Hindi Filmfare Award for Best Actress
Vanjikottai Valiban Princess Mandakini S. S. Vasan Tamil
Raj Tilak Mandakini S. S. Vasan Hindi Remake of Vanjikottai Valiban
Madhumati Madhumati / Madhavi / Radha Bimal Roy Hindi Nominated-Filmfare Award for Best Actress
Triple role
India's official entry to the Oscars
Dubbed in Russia as Мадхумати
Ponniyin Selvan Kundavai M. G. Ramachandran Tamil Inspired by Kalki Krishnamurthy's Ponniyin Selvan[6]
Shelved[7]
Amar Deep Aruna T. Prakash Rao Hindi Remake of Amara Deepam
Dubbed in Russia as Амардип
Paigham 1959 Manju S. S. Vasan Hindi
Jawani Ki Hawa S. Sadiq Hindi
Athisaya Penn Nirmala M. V. Raman Tamil Remake of Aasha
Raja Bakthi 1960 Princess Mrinalini P. Rajamanickam Tamil
Parthiban Kanavu Kundhavi Yoganand Tamil Inspired by Kalki Krishnamurthy's Parthiban Kanavu[6]
Irumbu Thirai Manju S. S. Vasan Tamil Remake of Paigham
College Girl T. Prakash Rao Hindi
Baghdad Thirudan Zarina T. R. Sundaram Tamil Dubbed in Hindi as Baghdad
Dubbed in Telugu as Baghdad Gaja Donga
Then Nilavu 1961 Shanthi C. V. Sridhar Tamil First Tamil film shot in Jammu and Kashmir[8]
Nazrana Vasanthi C. V. Sridhar Hindi Remake of Kalyana Parisu
Also known as The Gift
Dubbed in Russia as Подарок
Gunga Jumna Dhanno Nitin Bose Hindi Filmfare Award for Best Actress
BFJA Award for Best Actress
Dubbed in Russia as Ганга и Джамна
Aas Ka Panchhi Neena Bakshi Mohan Kumar Hindi
Rungoli 1962 Nirmala 'Nimmo' Amar Kumar Hindi
Jhoola Sumathi K. Shankar Hindi
Dr. Vidya Geeta / Dr. Vidya Rajendra Bhatia Hindi
Chittoor Rani Padmini 1963 Princess Rani Padmini of Chittor Chitrapu Narayana Rao Tamil
Zindagi 1964 Beena Ramanand Sagar Hindi
Sangam Radha Raj Kapoor Hindi Filmfare Award for Best Actress
First Indian film to be shot outside of India and Europe[9][10]
First technicolor film of Vyjayanthimala and Raj Kapoor[11]
Dubbed in Russia as Сангам
Phoolon Ki Sej Karuna Inder Raj Anand Hindi
Leader Princess Sunita Ram Mukherjee Hindi First Indian film to be shot outside of the 1.37:1 ratio
Shot in 1.85:1 ratio
Dubbed in Russia as Заговор
Ishaara Mala K. Amarnath Hindi
Naya Kanoon 1965 Jyoti R. C. Talwar Hindi
Nam Iruvar P. Neelakandan Tamil
Do Dilon Ki Dastaan 1966 Pradeep Kumar Hindi Dubbed in Russia as История двух сердец
Amrapali Amrapali Lekh Tandon Hindi India's official entry to the Oscars
Dubbed in Russia as Амрапали
Suraj Princess Anuradha Singh T. Prakash Rao Hindi
Hatey Bazarey 1967 Chhipli Tapan Sinha Bengali
Chhoti Si Mulaqat Roopa Choudhury Alo Sircar Hindi Remake of Agni Pariksha
Jewel Thief Shalini Devi Singh / Shalu Vijay Anand Hindi Dubbed in Russia as Похититель ценностей
Sunghursh 1968 Munni / Laila-E-Aasmaan Harnam Singh Rawail Hindi BFJA Award for Best Actress
Dubbed in Russia as Революция
Saathi Shanti C. V. Sridhar Hindi Remake of Palum Pazhamum
Duniya Mala T. Prakash Rao Hindi Dubbed in Russia as Сын прокурора
Pyar Hi Pyar 1969 Kavita Bhappi Sonie Hindi Dubbed in Russia as Только любовь
Prince Princess Amrita Lekh Tandon Hindi
Ganwaar 1970 Parvati or Paro Naresh Kumar Hindi Last film as actress

As choreographer[edit]

Year Film Cast Director Song Language Notes
1964 Leader Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala Ram Mukherjee Unknown Hindi
Sangam Raj Kapoor, Vyjayanthimala, Rajendra Kumar Raj Kapoor Main Kya Karoon Ram Hindi Parody of Cabaret dance

As producer[edit]

Year Film Cast Director Music director Language Notes
1982 Kathoduthan Naan Pesuven Ramji, Sripriya, Menaka M. A. Kaja Sankar Ganesh Tamil Co-produce with Rajiyiammal
Released in January 14, 1982

As playback singer[edit]

Year Film Song Co-singer(s) Music Director Language Notes
1967 Hatey Bazarey Cheye Thaki Cheye Thaki Hemanta Mukherjee Tapan Sinha Bengali

Miscellaneous Crew[edit]

Year Film Director Cast Language Notes
2000 Mugavaree V. Z. Durai Ajith Kumar, Jyothika, Suchindra Tamil Special thanks
2012 Janleva 555 Sundeep Malani Kalpana Pandit Hindi Special message before the film starts

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ S. Shyam Prasad (07-02-2010). "South Masala: For the record". Bangalore Mirror. Retrieved 2011-06-26.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Janaki Vishwanathan (2010-05-30). "The Kaapi Diaries". Mumbai: MiD DAY. Retrieved 2011-06-26. 
  3. ^ "Originally Dubbed in Tamil". IndiaGlitz. 2010-05-13. Archived from the original on August 10, 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-08. 
  4. ^ Ranjan Das Gupta (2011-08-09). "My first break Vyjayanthimala". The Hindu. Retrieved 2011-11-19. 
  5. ^ "Asha: A composer's Dream". Rediff.com. 2003-09-08. Retrieved 2011-09-16. 
  6. ^ a b A. Srivathsan (2011-10-19). "Age hardly withers charm of Ponniyin Selvan". The Hindu. Retrieved 2011-11-12. 
  7. ^ "Ponniyin Selvan Movie Attempts – is it a curse or lack of purse : MGR – Gemini Ganeshan – Vyjayanthimala Bali". 600024.com. 2011-05-31. Retrieved 2011-11-12. 
  8. ^ "Tamil film director Sridhar passes away". The Indian Express. 2008-10-20. Retrieved 2011-09-16. 
  9. ^ Fakir Hassen (Indo-Asian News Service) (03-01-2007). "Wooing Indian directors for foreign locales". Johannesburg: Hindustan Times. Retrieved 2011-06-26.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  10. ^ "The Big Three continue to hold sway". Filmnirvana.com. Retrieved 2011-09-16. 
  11. ^ "Down Memory Lane". The Indian Express. 12-11-2011. Retrieved 2011-11-12.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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