Dolly Thakore, Hindi Theatre Personality
Dolly Thakore, wife of stage actor Alyque Padamsee, is a veteran Hindi theatre actress and casting director.
(Last Updated on : 09-08-2014)
Dolly Thakore is a former Hindi theatre actress and casting director. She is the wife of eminent stage actor and producer Alyque Padamsee
and her son is Quasar Thakore Padamsee
also an actor turned theatre producer in Mumbai. Most of Dolly Thakore's career is based in Delhi
. Although, majority of her performances are seen on the stage but she appeared in the 2005, Madhur Bhandarkar
's film Page 3.
Dolly Thakore was the casting director for the Academy Award winning film Gandhi back in 1982 and there she was also responsible for recruiting the Indian actors in the film and for some of the PR work shown in the film. In 1997, Dolly Thakore was the casting assistant for the film Sixth Happiness. In 2006, Dolly Thakore was also seen in the TV series Kya Hoga Nimmo Ka
, one of the most popular Indian Television Serials
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