Top 5 Powerful Performances of the Versatile Actress

Happy birthday Kieron Khair: Actress and politician Kieron Khair turned 70 on Tuesday. The actress has given some great performances over the years and cemented her image as a bustling Punjabi mother in the film industry. However, this is not the only role in which Keron excelled. Let’s take a look at some of her unforgettable performances.

  1. Khamosh Bani (2004)
    Directed by Pakistani director Sabiha Somar, Khamush Pani tells the thrilling story of a widowed woman and her life in post-partition Pakistan. Kiron wrote the role of Aisha, a middle-aged woman who teaches the Qur’an at a nearby school. Aisha grew up in a Sikh family and was left in Pakistan during the partition. She married a Muslim and had a son. Throughout her life in Pakistan, she fought fundamentalism to realize that her son had fallen prey to it.
  2. Devdas (2002)
    Kiron’s performance as Paro’s mother, Sumitra, is still notable. Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, written by a multi-starred Magnum, it saw Kieron play a proud, self-respecting mother, who couldn’t see her daughter falling into the trap of arrogant wealthy neighbors.
  3. Dostana (2008)
    To introduce the audience to a hypothetical gay love story, this Tarun Mansukhani directing was memorable for more than one reason. Kiron’s role as a typical Indian mother who dreams of seeing her son get married is hilarious and funny. Her performance as a hyperbolic scarring mother who realized her son was gay was a performance that resonated with many Indian mothers.
  4. Om Shanti Om (2006)
    Kiron plays the super dramatic mother of a young artist in the highly competitive Hindi film industry. Directed by Farah Khan, Om Shanti Om stars SRK as a struggling artist in the 1970s, and as a reborn star with a silver spoon. Kiron conveys the dramatic feelings of a mother who just wants to see her son’s success and happiness.
  5. Pariwali (2000)
    Kiron won the National Award for Best Actress for her role in the Bengali film Rituparno Ghosh. She played a middle-aged woman Banalata who allows the director to shoot his project in her house. During the process, she falls in love with the director, however, Banalata is sad when her love is not reciprocated. The movie also starred Roopa Ganguly and Chiranjeet Chakraborty.

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