These films left by Rekha brightened the fortunes of many actresses, Bollywood’s first lady superstar is included in the list

Rekha, who started her career as a child artist in a Telugu film in 1966, became such a sensation in the Bollywood industry that in the 70s-80s-90s, everyone longed to work with her. She did hundreds of hit films like Silsila, Khoon Bhari Maang, Umrao Jaan, Khoobsurat. Almost every director of Bollywood wanted to work with Rekha at that time. But sometimes due to lack of time or sometimes due to not being able to get dates, Rekha refused to do these five films which were superhits and made many celebrities superstars. Even today, Rekha will regret not doing these five films.

Rishi Kapoor and Sridevi’s 1989 film Chandni was first offered to Rekha. Actually Yash Chopra wanted to make this film with Rekha but she refused to do this film. After this, this film proved to be a milestone for Sridevi.

The 1983 film Himmatwala is a remix version of a Tamil film. Rekha played the lead role in it. Rekha was approached for its Hindi remake but she refused to do the role. After this, Sridevi was signed opposite Jeetendra.

Rekha’s rejected films also include the 1976 blockbuster film Nagin. In this, Rajkumar Kohli wanted to sign Rekha for the lead role. But when she refused, this role was offered to Reena Roy and this film proved to be a huge hit for her. However, later Rekha played a supporting role in it.

Rekha was first signed for the 1990 film Karnama. She had even started shooting for this film. But she could not continue this film further. After this, on Dharmendra’s recommendation, this role was given to Anita Raj and this film proved to be a huge hit for her.

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The second part of Welcome movie, Welcome Back, was released in 2015. In this, Dimple Kapadia’s role was first offered to Rekha. But Rekha refused to do this film. After this, Dimple Kapadia got this role and she acted brilliantly.

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