Hema Malini had as soon as opened up about transferring right into a haunted home. The actor revealed she would really feel someone was making an attempt to choke her every night time.
PUBLISHED ON SEP 16, 2021 05:24 PM IST
Hema Malini as soon as revealed that she had ended up transferring right into a ‘haunted’ home in the early days in the Hindi movie trade. The actor, who was dwelling with her mother and father in Mumbai after debuting in Bollywood, had moved right into a home in Bandra and it left her with a traumatic expertise.
In an interview in 2018, she revealed that every night time, she would really feel like someone was choking her in her sleep. The actor, who used to sleep with her mom, observed that her mom was snoozing whereas she had the spooky expertise.
“I still remember it was after Subodh Mukherji signed me on for Abhinetri — while I was still shooting for Sapnon Ka Saudagar (1968) — that we shifted from Ananthaswami’s house to Manavendra Apartments in Bandra. It was a tiny flat which Bhanu Athaiya used to visit for dress trials. Finally, when we did move to a bungalow in Juhu, on 7th Road, it turned out to be haunted,” she revealed in an interview with Rediff.
“Every night I would feel someone was trying to choke me; I used to have difficulty breathing. I would sleep with my mummy and she noticed how restless I used to be. If this had happened only once or twice we would have ignored it, but it happened every night. That’s when we decided to buy our own apartment,” she added.
She finally moved into one other home, the place she transformed the storage into her dance rehearsal corridor. Recalling that her husband actor Dharmendra would drop by for espresso, she had stated that again then she had no concept she would fall in love and get married to him.
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Hema and Dharmendra’s romance had everybody speaking on the time. The duo, who first labored in the 1970 movie Tum Haseen Main Jawaan, starred in quite a few hit movies in the Nineteen Seventies and fell in love with one another. Dharmendra, who was married to Prakash Kaur at the moment, married Hema in 1980.