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Nargis : Lollywood dream girl!

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Fabulous hair sprinkling over her shapely shoulders and neck like a small water fall over a wine goblet, magnetic eyes with their ends curved up.. Nargis… I first met Nargis on the set of Altaf Hussain’s Yeh Dooriyan a year ago. When she and Reema were discussing some funny incident and laughing like mad. The lavish set of the film was full of stars, but none looked as stunning as Nargis. She was trying in vain, to dance freely in a Gharara which is not easy task, of course. During that endeavor, the stiletto heel of her shoe caught one of the Gharara and a part of the cloth was torn off. As a new dress was being sought for the lovely girl, she sat down on a sofa and talked whisperingly with Reema, on her shooting schedule. After a while the good-looking Lollywood director Masood Butt joined her. He was trying to convince her for a role in his movie. Although I had little time on my hand I couldn’t properly talk to Nargis on her films. I was convinced after watching the shooting that given good roles, she is a surefire hit item. Unlike actresses like Madiha Shah, Sana, Laila and others, Nargis has real talent for expressive acting. It’s sad that females like Nargis are dismissed as just gloss objects. Those who saw the beauty in Idrees Khan’s Aalmi Ghunde, in a pivotal role of a lady head of the state (playing a role like Benazir), are convinced that Nargis fitted perfectly in the role. Unfortunately, while the script was brilliant by Nasir Adeeb, director Idrees Khan seemed to have little idea about what sort of grandeur was needed for such a strong theme. But Nargis impressed. In a flowing, shining robe, sitting on regal chair, she looked the queen of all she surveyed. After that sort of role, Nargis hardly got a role to test her skills. I have a feeling that if her film with Faisal Qureshi, called Saza, had not been delayed, it would have given Nargis a pedestal to stardom. Unfortunately, roles like in Kuri Munda Razi and Kala Raj have type-casted her and she has suffered in her reputation as a solo star. Recently, I heard that Nargis gave the sacrifice of her cascading hair to do a most unusual role of a bald woman for Omar Sharif’s Chand Babu! That role can lift Nargis to big things, but only if she consistently performs in good movies. Her vampish role has seriously sidelined her as a top heroine. I have heard that she disclosed her Chand Babu role to the newsmen, which agreed the makers of the film because they wanted to surprise the public. Ogled at closely, Nargis is a perfect beauty. Her wheatish complexion is full of magical features. Fabulous hair sprinkling over her shapely shoulders and neck like a small water fall over a wine goblet, magnetic eyes with their ends curved up to make them a physical feature from the age of pharaohs, before the couple of her sizzling lips. Yeah, it’s an ode to the gorgeous. Although I had little time on my hand I couldn’t properly talk to Nargis on her films. I was convinced after watching the shooting that given good roles, she is a surefire hit item. Unlike actresses like Madiha Shah, Sana, Laila and others, Nargis has real talent for expressive acting. It’s sad that females like Nargis are dismissed as just gloss objects. Those who saw the beauty in Idrees Khan’s Aalmi Ghunde, in a pivotal role of a lady head of the state (playing a role like Benazir), are convinced that Nargis fitted perfectly in the role. Unfortunately, while the script was brilliant by Nasir Adeeb, director Idrees Khan seemed to have little idea about what sort of grandeur was needed for such a strong theme. But Nargis impressed. In a flowing, shining robe, sitting on regal chair, she looked the queen of all she surveyed. After that sort of role, Nargis hardly got a role to test her skills. I have a feeling that if her film with Faisal Qureshi, called Saza, had not been delayed, it would have given Nargis a pedestal to stardom. Unfortunately, roles like in Kuri Munda Razi and Kala Raj have type-casted her and she has suffered in her reputation as a solo star. Recently, I heard that Nargis gave the sacrifice of her cascading hair to do a most unusual role of a bald woman for Omar Sharif’s Chand Babu! That role can lift Nargis to big things, but only if she consistently performs in good movies. Her vampish role has seriously sidelined her as a top heroine. I have heard that she disclosed her Chand Babu role to the newsmen, which agreed the makers of the film because they wanted to surprise the public. Ogled at closely, Nargis is a perfect beauty. Her wheatish complexion is full of magical features. Fabulous hair sprinkling over her shapely shoulders and neck like a small water fall over a wine goblet, magnetic eyes with their ends curved up to make them a physical feature from the age of pharaohs, before the couple of her sizzling lips. Yeah, it’s an ode to the gorgeous. Vaudeville siren in Lollywood called Nargis. (MrLollywood.Com)

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