Vyjayanthimala was one of the biggest Bollywood stars with a career lasting almost two decades. After successfully establishing herself as a commercial actress, Vyjayanthimala appeared in Devdas playing Chandramukhi, the hooker with a heart of gold, in 1955.
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Post her last item number 'Dhating Naach' we were expecting some rocking moves by the actress. Every time the actress grooves to the signature step you cannot help but wonder why on earth would a choreographer let her dance like this and not change the step.
In fact in the second version of the same song, Jacqueline pulls off the moves more efficiently.
The film showcases a love that sprouts between a Punjabi boy, played Kishore Kumar, and Tamil girl, played by Vyjayanthimala. The film had some of the South Indian established actors such as N. Rama Rao, Sivaji Ganesan and Gemini Ganesan in guest appearance. However, the actor refused to accept this role and it later went to Dilip Kumar.
Her performance was applauded by fans and critics alike; a review on regarding her performance in this movie states that, "Vyjayanthimala proves to be the perfect foil for Kishore Kumar[...]has always had the mandatory dance sequence in practically every film of hers evoking 'classical art' associations. For the female lead, the first choice of the director was the star-actress of those days, Madhubala.
After being recognised as a capable actress with Devdas, Vyjayanthimala acted in successful movies in 1956, namely Taj, Patrani and Anjaan: Somewhere in Dehli - all three films with Pradeep Kumar as the hero and Kismet Ka Khel with Sunil Dutt.
In the same year, she also acted in swashbuckler film Devta which was a remake of a hugely successful Tamil film Kanavaney Kankanda Deivam.Following that, Vyjayanthimala appeared in series of blockbuster films such as New Delhi, Naya Daur and Aasha.She reached the pinnacle of her success in 1958, when two of her films — Sadhna and Madhumati — became huge critical and commercial hits.She won her second Filmfare Award for Best Actress for her role in Ganga Jumna. The success of her Tamil film Vazhkai in South India inspired AVM Productions to remake it in Hindi as Bahar in 1951. In 1954, Vyjayanthimala acted in magnum opus film Nagin with Pradeep Kumar.Beginning from 1962, most of her films performed either averagely or poorly at the box office. In their first Hindi venture, they decided to cast Vyjayanthimala again in the lead role with Karan Dewan, Om Prakash and Pandari Bai (who was credited as Padmini in the film). The film got favourable responses from the audience and became the highest-grossing movie of 1954 where it was labelled as blockbuster.She was nominated for two Filmfare Award for Best Actress Award for Sadhna and Madhumati and won the award for the former.