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Jaya Bachchan : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Jaya Bachchan is an Indian film actress and politician. She is currently the Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha from the Samajwadi Party, serving four terms since 2004

Jaya Bachchan
Name : Jaya Bachchan
Birth Date : 09 April 1948
Birth Place : Jabalpur
Nationality :
Height : 1.57 m
Occupation : Actress


Jaya Bachchan Movies and TV Shows

  • Aahat – Ek Ajib Kahani [26 February 2010 (India)]

    Aahat – Ek Ajib Kahani is a 2010 Bollywood film directed by Kishore Rege and produced by Vishal. Although shot in 1971 & was ready to release in 1974, it was released on 26 February 2010.

  • Aap Ke Liye Hum [15 May 2013 (India)]

    Aap Ke Liye Hum, earlier titled Chaasni, is a Hindi film directed by Revathy S Varma. The film stars Jaya Bachchan, Mithun Chakraborty, Manisha Koirala, Raveena Tandon, Ayesha Takia Azmi and Ranvir Shorey in the lead roles. It is a remake of the 2005 Tamil film June R.

  • Abhi To Jee Lein [1977]

    Amidst college elections, three students go on the run when they accidentally kill a would-be molester. They find themselves caught amidst a web of vicious political manoeuvring.

  • Abhimaan []

  • Anamika []

    After Rano's sudden demise, Jeet gets married to Chhavi. Meanwhile, Anamika comes to know about their marriage and resorts to black magic in an attempt to keep Chhavi away from Jeet.

  • Annadata [21 April 1972]

    When Amba Prasad realises the harsh truth that his relatives just care for his money, he leaves home. Upon reaching a village, he meets Arun and Aarti and finds his life changed forever.

  • Antarmahal [28 October 2005 (India)]

    Antarmahal is a 2005 Indian Bengali film, directed by Rituparno Ghosh, based on a short story by the name Pratima by the renowned Bengali author Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay.

  • Bansi Birju [1972]

    Bansi Birju is a 1972 Bollywood romance film directed by Prakash Verma. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan.

  • Bawarchi [7 July 1972 (India)]

    Desperate for a cook, the disgruntled Sharmas are relieved when the multi-talented Raghu takes up the job. Just as all is bliss, the family jewels disappear and so does Raghu.

  • Celluloid Man [2012 (India)]

    A portrait of archivist and film historian PK Nair. For Indian film-makers and scholars, Nair is a legendary name. He worked for three decades as the director of the National Film Archives of India in Pune.

  • Chupke Chupke [1975 (India)]

    Sulekha is in awe of her brother-in-law Raghavendra for his intelligence. Parimal, her husband, decides to take up the challenge of fooling Raghavendra and goes to work for him as a driver.

  • Desh [15 March 2002]

    Suprabha, a freedom fighter, accepts her son's invitation to settle in the USA with him. However, when Shanti asks for her help, she decides to stay back and help her fight a corrupt politician.

  • Dhanyee Meye [1971]

    When Bogola and his teammates from Sarbamangala football club go to Harbhanga for a game, they go through various hilarious situations and get troubled by the opposition and decide to seek revenge.

  • Dil Diwana [1974]

    Vijay, a playboy, is shocked when his ex-girlfriend, Gita, enters his life just when he is set to get married to his current girlfriend, Nita.

  • Doosri Sita [5 July 1974 (India)]

    Doosri Sita is a 1974 Bollywood drama film directed by Gogi Anand.

  • Drona [2 October 2008 (India)]

    Aditya is an orphaned and lonely young man. He soon learns that he belongs to a family of ancestral warriors who guard a mystic source of cosmic energy, and he must now take up his responsibilities.

  • Ek Baap Chhe Bete [17 February 1978]

    Ek Baap Chhe Bete is a 1978 Bollywood film directed by Mehmood. The film stars Yogeeta Bali.

  • Ek Nazar [28 July 1972]

    Akash, the son of a wealthy lawyer, falls in love with a courtesan when he hears her recite one of his poems. When his father disapproves of their relationship, Akash leaves his father's house.

  • Fiza [8 September 2000 (India)]

    Fiza tries to find her brother Amaan, who disappeared during the 1993 Bombay riots. Years later, Aman returns home but is haunted by the past and struggles to live a peaceful life.

  • Gaai Aur Gori [16 November 1973]

    Vijaya, a village girl who loves her cow Lakshmi, files a harassment case against Arun, the spoilt son of a rich lady, when he misbehaves with her. He tricks her into marrying him as revenge.

  • Guddi [1 January 1971 (India)]

    Kusum disregards her family's efforts to get her married as she is obsessed with the filmstar, Dharmendra. Tired with her antics, her uncle contacts the actor to teach her the realities of life.

  • Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa [20 March 1998 (India)]

    Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa is an Indian feature film that deals with the life of a woman who loses her son, a Naxalite, to the violence that is a result of his adopted ideology.

  • Irandam Ulagam [22 November 2013 (India)]

    Madhu, a mathematician, becomes depressed after the unexpected deaths of his girlfriend and father. However, when he tries to commit suicide, his look-alike takes him to an unnamed exoplanet.

  • Jai Jawan Jai Makan [24 December 1971]

    Jai Jawan Jai Makan is a 1971 Bollywood drama film directed by Vishram Bedekar. The film stars Jaya Badhuri and Anil Dhawan.

  • Jawani Diwani [14 July 1972 (India)]

    Vijay meets Neeta, the daughter of a thakur, and falls in love with her. However, things change after he finds out that she has been promised to another man in marriage.

  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... [14 December 2001 (India)]

    Rahul, the adopted older son of a rich couple, is banished by his father when he chooses to marry a middle-class woman. Years later, his younger brother, Rohan, sets out to find him.

  • Kal Ho Naa Ho [28 November 2003 (India)]

    Naina, a girl living a dreary life, finds a new meaning to her life when she meets Aman. Even though she loves him, Aman claims to be a married man and convinces Rohit, her friend, to woo her.

  • Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe [11 January 2002 (India)]

    Aman falls in love with Esha and decides to marry her, but she declines his proposal. However, soon she falls in love with him too. Trouble ensues when Dushyant shows up claiming to be Esha's husband.

  • Kora Kagaz [4 May 1974 (India)]

    Archana and Sukesh get married, much to the chagrin of her mother. Due to her mother's constant interference, the couple separates but Archana realises that she still loves Sukesh.

  • Koshish [1 December 1972]

    A couple with a hearing and speech impairment face many difficulties while raising their son. However, after the wife's death, Haricharan single-handedly raises his son.

  • Laaga Chunari Mein Daag: Journey of a Woman [12 October 2007 (India)]

    A girl from Varanasi travels to Mumbai in order to support her financially crippled family. She turns into a high-profile escort and struggles to hide her profession from her sister.

  • Lovesongs: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow [28 March 2008 (India)]

    Mridula Chatterjee, an elderly widow, faces many ups and downs in life and decides to unveil some of her deeply guarded secrets to her grandson.

  • Mahanagar [27 September 1963 (India)]

    Arati, a middle-class woman from Kolkata, takes her first job because of increasing financial pressure. However, her husband slowly grows insecure about her growing success.

  • Meherjaan [21 January 2011]

    Meherjaan is the feature-length début film of Bangladeshi director Rubaiyat Hossain. The film was pulled from theatres due to the hostile response of some segments of the audience after its release in January 2011.

  • Mili [Blessy]

    Aadujeevitham is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language survival drama film written and directed by Blessy. It is an adaption of the novel of the same name, Aadujeevitham by Benyamin. The film stars Prithviraj Sukumaran as Najeeb, an Indian immigrant worker in Saudi Arabia.

  • Nauker [7 December 1979 (India)]

    Amar, a widower, agrees to remarry for the sake of his daughter. He agrees to meet two rich girls but falls in love with Geeta while posing as his servant, Dayal.

  • Naya Din Nai Raat [7 May 1974 (India)]

    Sushma, a young girl, runs away from home to escape an arranged marriage. On her way, she meets many people, each representing a distinct facet of human nature, who help her in her difficulties.

  • Paa [4 December 2009 (India)]

    The 12-year-old Auro, who is raised by his gynaecologist mother Vidya, suffers from a rare genetic disorder called progeria. Auro wants to know about his father but Vidya hides it from him.

  • Parichay [18 October 1972 (India)]

    Desperate for work, Ravi takes up the challenge of teaching five spoilt children who have driven away all previous tutors. However, they soon bond and Ravi falls for Rama, the eldest of the lot.

  • Phagun [1958 (India)]

    Bijon, a young man from a wealthy zamindar family, falls in love with Banani, a dancer. He faces opposition from his father and is asked to leave the palace.

  • Piya Ka Ghar [23 February 1972 (India)]

    Malti marries Ram, who according to a priest, is a wealthy man. But when she goes to his house, she realises that he is very poor and she is stuck with him for the rest of her life.

  • Samadhi [15 November 2013]

  • Shahenshah [12 December 1953]

    Shahenshah is a 1953 Indian Bollywood action costume drama film directed by Amiya Chakrabarty and produced by G.P. Sippy, which was India's first full length Gevacolor film and India's third full length color film. The film was made at a budget of Rs. 3 million and was made in 14 months.

  • Sholay [15 August 1975 (India)]

    Jai and Veeru, two ex-convicts, are hired by Thakur Baldev Singh, a retired policeman, to help him nab Gabbar Singh, a notorious dacoit, who has spread havoc in the village of Ramgarh.

  • Shor [1972 (India)]

    Shankar strives to hear the voice of his son, who is speech impaired, and raises money to get him operated. However, right after his son's operation, Shankar loses his hearing in a factory accident.

  • Silsila [14 August 1981 (India)]

    Amit sacrifices his love and gets married to his deceased brother's pregnant fiancee. However, when fate brings him face-to-face with his former flame, he decides to give in to his desires.

  • Sunglass [10 November 2013]

    Sunglass is a 2013 bilingual Indian comedy thriller film written and directed by Rituparno Ghosh. The film is a satirical comedy about the seven-year itch between a husband and wife and how their life turns topsy-turvy with the entry of what seems to be an ordinary pair of antique sunglasses.

  • Uphaar [10 December 1971]

    Anoop marries Minoo, a childish girl who does not understand her relationship with Anoop. While returning back to Calcutta, he is compelled to leave her with her mother.

  • Yeh Vaada Raha [9 April 1982 (India)]

    Vikram's mother refuses to accept his relationship with Sunita due to her financial background. The couple decide to elope and meet with a horrible accident that separates them.

  • Zanjeer [6 September 2013 (India)]

    ACP Vijay Khanna, an honest and unforgiving officer, decides to eradicate corruption and sets out to kill Teja, a disreputable gangster, with the help of his lover and a foe-turned-friend.

  • Zero [21 December 2018]

    Bauua, a person of short stature, falls in love with Aafia, a scientist suffering from cerebral palsy, but soon breaks up with her. Later, what he learns of Aafia changes his life forever.

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Unveiling 'What The Hell Navya 2' Trailer: Jaya Bachchan's Witty Take on Post-Marital Romance and Navya Naveli Nanda's Talkative Charm - Bollywood Buzz!

Unveiling 'What The Hell Navya 2' Trailer: Jaya Bachchan's Witty Take on Post-Marital Romance and Navya Naveli Nanda's Talkative Charm - Bollywood Buzz!

- Bachchan family's 'What The Hell Navya 2' trailer brings humor and family dynamics to Bollywood. Dive into the buzz!

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FAQs About Jaya Bachchan

What is birthdate of Jaya Bachchan?

- 09 April 1948.

What is BirthPlace of Jaya Bachchan?

- Jabalpur.

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What is Height of Jaya Bachchan?

- 1.57 m.

What is Age of Jaya Bachchan?

- 75.

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