The ever so resplendent beauty, the epitome of grace, yesteryear’s actress, Madhubala, has bewitched one and all across the globe in not just in her own lifetime, but her legacy continues to live. Not just on silver screen, a life-size wax figure has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds, Delhi. 

Her character has been inspired from her divine portrayal of ‘Anarkali’ from the film ‘Mughal-e-Azam’. 

 

 

The unveiling of the wax figure was done with much fan-fare.

 

Madhur Brij, younger sister of the late Bollywood actress, who was also the part of the launch shared her feelings, “We are overwhelmed to know that Madhubala’s figure would be part of the Madame Tussauds Delhi. This figure would allow her admirers to cherish the golden era of cinema and once again see her beauty. We are extremely thankful to the Madame Tussauds team for creating such a beautiful depiction of Madhubala.” 

The studio specialist, Petra, sharing how the artists created this gorgeous figure, he said that it involved tremendous research which included meeting the family members and studying the photos and videos available of the celebrity. There were many artists who worked for over six months to create the figure of the actress with fabrics and accessories sourced from India and put up beautifully by artists abroad.

Anshul Jain, General Manager, Merlin Entertainments India Pvt Ltd, said that they are very happy to be unveiling Madhubala’s figure in Delhi. “Madame Tussauds is known for bringing together the much idolized icons around the world for their various contributions on a single platform, offering their followers a platform to admire and capture exceptional artwork. Madhubala is unarguably one of the most beautiful women the world has seen and her aura remains among her fans even today,” he said.

 

 

 Relive her magic onscreen.

  

The wax figure is so beautifully created that you got to add Madam Tussauds in your next Delhi visit.

 

Source: The Indian Express, Times of India

Image Credits: The Indian Express, Life

 

A woman with varied interests, from geeky technology to serene poetry, but with a solitary passion to play with words. Ratisha is educated in sociology, psychology and human rights, that has sensitized her well to talk about all topics of human concern. She has been writing for many nationally and internationally acclaimed e-magazines and news portals including The Huffington Post, (United States) among others. When not writing, she is either found brushing strokes on a canvas or peering through her glasses into a novel.

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