The American newspaper remembers Madhubala
The US-based newspaper ‘New York Times’ remembered Madhubala. Including Madhubala’s name in the list of 15 extraordinary women, the newspaper saluted the Bollywood Evergreen Beauty.
The New York Times wrote about ‘Madhukala’ in his blog ‘Overlocked’. In this Madhubala is compared to Marilyn Monroe.
‘Only in the Life Intro section that appeared in the New York Times since 1851, stories of white people were given prominence, but now we have included stories of 15 extraordinary women.’
The newspaper wrote that the life story of someone is written more than his death. The person’s thinking, his last words, contribution to his own field is remembered.
Let me tell you that Madhubala’s Life Story is written by Ayesha Khan in the newspaper. In this story printed on Madhubala, it is written, “At the age of 16, Madhubala was seen in the film ‘Mahal’ with actor Ashok Kumar, and exactly 20 years later, he said goodbye to the world. Madhubala’s life, which was unimaginable beauty of Mallika and painless inside her, was not less than any film. He had everything in his story. Fantastic career, unsuccessful love story and finally death due to a serious illness. ‘