Simi Garewal is an Indian actress, director, producer, and talk show host who was born on October 17, 1947. She has two Filmfare Awards and one ITA Award to her name.
Do Badan, Saathi, Mera Naam Joker, Siddhartha, Karz, and Udeekaan are some of her Hindi films (Punjabi film). She made her acting debut in Satyajit Ray’s Bengali film Aranyer Din Ratri. Rendezvous with Simi Garewal, her celebrity chat program, is also well-known.
Garewal was born in the city of Delhi. Brigadier J. S. Garewal, her father, was a member of the Indian Army. Pamela Chopra, the wife of filmmaker Yash Chopra, is Simi’s cousin. Darshi, Simi’s mother, and Mohinder Singh, Pamela’s father, were siblings. Simi was born and raised in England, where she attended Newland House School with her sister Amrita.
Garewal returned to India as a teenager after spending much of her youth in England. Her command of the English language led to her being cast in the English-language picture Tarzan Goes to India. Garewal made her acting debut in this film in 1962, when she was 15 years old, with Feroz Khan.
At the age of 17, Garewal had her first serious romance with the Maharaja of Jamnagar, who was also her English neighbor. Garewal afterward had a steady relationship with Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, but they broke up after he met Sharmila Tagore. Garewal married Ravi Mohan of the Chunnamal dynasty of old Delhi, but the union was short-lived, and she is now divorced.