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Geetha also acted in Tamil tele-serials like Kai Alavu manasu and Engirindho Vanthaal, both directed by K. Balachander After her marriage in 1997, she quit acting for a brief period. She returned to the industry and has acted, usually as the hero's mother, in movies like Santhosh Subramaniam and Unakkum Enakkum.s (hi:गीता बसरा ;born on 13 March 1984) is an Indian actress who has appeared in Bollywood films. Basra was born to Punjabi Indian parents in Portsmouth on the south coast of England[1], but now resides in Mumbai. She has studied acting at Kishore Namit Kapoor’s Acting School[4][1]. She was first seen in the Emraan Hashmi-starrer Dil Diya Hai in 2006. Her second release, The Train (2007), was also opposite Hashmi. She played Roma, a working woman who gets caught up in an extramarital affair.
Basra is also seen in the music video for the Sukshinder Shinda and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan song "Ghum Sum Ghum Sum", playing the love interest of the male protagonist.[5] Geeta denies her relationship with cricketer Harbhajan Singh, stating that they are merely 'good friends'.Geeta Ghosh Roy Chowdhuri was one of 10 children born in the rich Zamindar family of Debendranath Ghosh Roy Chowdhary and Amiya Devi, at Faridpur in Bengal, British India, now in Bangladesh. Her family shifted to Kolkata in early forties, leaving behind their land and properties. In 1942, her parents shifted again to an apartment in Dādar, Mumbai. Geeta was only twelve at that time and continued her schooling at the Bengali High School.[K. Hanuman Prasad took Geeta under his patronage, trained and groomed her in singing and later launched her into singing in the movies. In 1946, she got the first break when she got an opportunity to sing in mythological film Bhakta Prahlad (1946) for which Prasad was the music director. She was given only two lines to sing in the movie for a few songs. She was just sixteen at that time. But those two lines mesmerized everyone in the recording studio.Bali’s parents were well educated. They lived in Amritsar before 1947. Her father Pandit Kartar Singh, known as Philosopher, was blind. He was a Sikh scholar and kirtan –Sikh devotional music– singer. Her maternal grandfather Takhat Singh (1870-1937) was the founder of Sikh Kanya Mahavidyalay - boarding school for girls, the first of its kind established in 1904 in Ferozepur. The parents encouraged their daughters Harkirtan (Geeta Bali) and Hardarshan to learn classical music and dance, horse riding and gatka fencing. Fundamentalist Sikhs socially boycotted e movies. In 1946, she got the first break when she got an opportunity to sing in mythological film Bhakta Prahlad (1946) for which Prasad was the music director. She was given only two lines to sing in the movie for a few songs. She was just sixteen at that time. But those two lines mesmerized everyone in the recording studio.Bali’s parents were well educated. They lived in Amritsar before 1947. Her father Pandit Kartar Singh, known as Philosopher, was blind. He was a Sikh scholar and kirtan –Sikh devotional music– singer. Her maternal grandfather Takhat Singh (1870-1937) was the founder of Sikh Kanya Mahavidyalay - boarding school for girls, the first of its kind established in 1904 in Ferozepur. The parents encouraged their daughters Harkirtan (Geeta Bali) and Hardarshan to learn classical music and dance, horse riding and gatka fencing. Fundamentalist Sikhs socially boycotted the family as they did not like the girls performing in public and they picketed theatres. [Source: Amar Bharti interviewed by Amrita Pritam, Nagmani December 1982] On 23 August 1955 she married Shammi Kapoor, with whom she was working in the film Coffee House.[3] They had two children, a son (Aditya) and a daughter (Kanchan).
She died on 21 January 1965, having contracted smallpox while shooting a Punjabi film Rano based on a novel Eik Chadar Maili Si by Rajinder Singh Bedi. He was directing the film and she was the producer. Bedi, devastated by the untimely death of Bali, abandoned the project. He wrote later that he had put the novel on her burning funeral pyre.[citation needed] the family as they did not like the girls performing in public and they picketed theatres. [Source: Amar Bharti interviewed by Amrita Pritam, Nagmani December 1982]
On 23 August 1955 she married Shammi Kapoor, with whom she was working in the film Coffee House.[3] They had two children, a son (Aditya) and a daughter (Kanchan).
She died on 21 January 1965, having contracted smallpox while shooting a Punjabi film Rano based on a novel Eik Chadar Maili Si by Rajinder Singh Bedi. He was directing the film and she was the producer. Bedi, devastated by the untimely death of Bali, abandoned the project. He wrote later that he had put the novel on her burning funeral pyre.[citation needed]
She had a son and daughter.[citation needed] She is the aunt of Yogeeta Bali.[Geetha made her cinematic debut through the 1978 Tamil film Bairavi as the titular character in which she played Rajinikanth's sister. Her performance in the 1986 Malayalam movie Panchagni, based on the true life story of a Naxalite revolutionary Ajitha, opposite Mohanlal was well acclaimed. She has acted in more than 200 films in all south Indian languages along with a few in Bollywood. Her notable Kannada movies are with Rajkumar, Vishnuvardhan and Ambarish. Some of her notable movies include Aruna Raaga, Devatha Manushya, Shruthi Seridaaga, Aakasmika with Rajkumar. Other films are Eradu Rekhagalu, Police Mathu Dada, Mareyada Manikya and Aruna RaagaGeetha studied up to grade five, at the Raghavendra High School, Malleswaram, Bangalore, of the 1978 batch. Her father worked for a multinational company and they moved to Chennai, where she completed her high school at T. Nagar Girls' High School.

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