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She starred in two films with Dev Anand, in which she performed as a mother and a daughter respectively. The first was the 1965 hit Mr India (1965), and the other was 1969's Samadhi. With the latter, Nargis was reunited with her co-star and husband, with whom she had been in six films. This had a positive impact on their careers, and the film was a huge hit.
In 1961 Nargis acted in the hit film Gunga Jumna (1961), which would later become her third highest-grossing film. The film is a remake of the American film The World of Suzie Wong (1960). Based on the eponymous novel by Ted Morgan, the film was directed by Raj Khosla, whose work Nargis found highly enjoyable.
Nargis was the leading lady in her first eight films. After this, she appeared in a series of films with well-known directors, including Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Guru Dutt, Raj Kapoor, and Khiladi Kumar. The first two of these films were box office hits, as was the third. However, there was no critical acclaim, and many of the films were box office failures, leading to her being dropped from the commercial circuit. She was replaced by Dilip Kumar's daughter, Sujata. Nargis returned to Bombay Talkies in 1942, with her husband and Kumar's son, Dev Anand, in the film Pyar Kiye Jaa (1942). Although the film was a success, Nargis received little praise, and there were also rumours that she was pregnant, which she was not. After a long break, she made Pakeezah (1960) with Kumar. This was her last film for many years. Nargis died of a heart attack on 9 May 1991 at the age of 75, her first husband, Prithvi Raj Kapoor, being with her at the time.
In 1970 she acted in the hit film Deewaar, based on the novel of the same name by author William Golding. The film is a suspense thriller in which her character is trapped in a house with her son.
Mother India was produced on a budget of $500,000. The film was made in black and white with a cast of mostly non-actors. It was India's first film to feature the Kommadwari system of dubbing on screen. It was shot in Jodhpur and Jaisalmer in Rajasthan by a crew of 45 people including director Mehboob Khan and art director Gardarikar. The film was made on 70mm film with a running time of 105 minutes. 827ec27edc