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April Fool is a (1964) hindi film directed and produced by Subodh Mukherji.The film stars Biswajeet,Saira Banu and I.S.Johar.The music is by Shankar Jaikishan and Lyrics by Shailendra and Hasrat Jaipuri.
Saira Banu (born 23 August 1944), an Indian actress, is a popular Bollywood heroine and the wife of the famous film actor Dilip Kumar. She acted in many blockbusters from 1960-80.
Saira Banu was born in India to actress Naseem Banu of 30s-40s, . Her father was film Producer Mian Ehsan-ul-Haq, who Produced film Phool in Bombay and film Wadah in Pakistan. Saira had spent a significant part of her childhood in London, and went on to finish school.
Saira Banu made her acting debut at 17 years opposite Shammi Kapoor in the 1961 hit film Junglee for which she earned her first Filmfare nomination as Best Actress. The famous song from this movie "Yaahoo!! Chahe koi mujhe junglee kahe" was a big hit. It was sung by the singer Mohammed Rafi. Junglee was written by Aghajani Kashmeri , who also coached her in Urdu dialogue delivery, given his background in Urdu literature and poetry from Lucknow.
Junglee also instantly made her a successful actress throughout the 1960s and early 1970s. After having a long time affair with Rajendra Kumar, she got married to Dilip Kumar in 1966.
Her valiant attempts to establish a reputation as an actress after Gopi, Sagina and Bairaag (all with Dilip Kumar) and films like Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Chaitali met with limited success.
She did earn three additional Filmfare nominations as Best Actress for Shagird (1967), Diwana (1968), and Sagina (1974).
In 1976, Saira chose to end her film career. Subsequently she weathered a storm in her marriage in 1980 which was quickly resolved. She then appeared in a cameo opposite her husband in Duniya (1984) and made her last film appearance in the 1988 film Faisla.
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