Madhubala Was Born On V-Day. Twitter Remembers ‘Most Beautiful Actress’

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A file photo of Madhubala. (Image courtesy: Harshahiya1)

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On the 86th birth anniversary of Madhubala, fans flooded Twitter with posts about the Mughal-e-Azam actress on Thursday. In their tweets, fans referred to Madhubala as the "most beautiful actress of Indian cinema" and shared some priceless throwback pictures on social media. On the legendary actress' birth anniversary, which coincides with Valentine's Day, some fans paid tribute by sharing special picture collages, while others posted stills from her classic films. The never-ending list of fans was also delighted to see Google's tribute to the legendary actress, with a special doodle dedicated to her. On Madhubala's birthday, we have handpicked some of our favourite tweets shared by fans:

Take a look at some of the tweets here:

Remembering Madhubala, on her Birthday!
Most Beautiful Actress of Indian Cinema..Everyone's Favourite. pic.twitter.com/THU25bwuW6

— Sankit (@Motichoor_Laddu) February 13, 2019

Happy Birthday To The Most Beautiful Madhubala ji pic.twitter.com/mLR8xUvA3f

— PoonamKAPILIAN(@KAPILIANPoonam) February 13, 2019

Here are some posts by fans:

Happy Birthday Madhubala: Beyond her arresting beauty, a look at her life's tragedies https://t.co/iD8vhxfeiz#Madhubala
#DilipKumar#Bollywoodpic.twitter.com/Ec7EXgn1MW

— Nivedita Mishra (@mniveditatweets) February 14, 2018

Happy birth anniversary to one and only legendary Madhubala.
What a gorgeousness. No one can match this epitome of beauty. #Madhubalapic.twitter.com/wG9NiQr7Cl

— Anshu | Ladkiwaale(@anshu_0803) February 14, 2019

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The legendary actress, who enthralled the audience with her acting prowess and her expressive eyes, was referred to as the "Venus of Indian cinema" by fans in several tweets.

Check out some of the tweets here:

The Venus of Indian Cinema #Madhubalapic.twitter.com/8SujtretZy

— Harsha Hiya (@Harshahiya1) February 13, 2019

Remembering "The Venus of Indian Cinema" Madhubala ji on her 86th birth anniversary.#Madhubalapic.twitter.com/v9jnojZuRp

— Sudiksha (@Sudiksh11648033) February 14, 2019

"Her unforgettable portrayal of Anarkali in Mughal-e-Azam gave Madhubala the iconic status," tweeted a fan.

On Valentine's Day Remembering gorgeous #Madhubala ji on her 86th Birth Anniversary the most beautiful woman who rule the screen forever
Her unforgettable portrayal of #Anarkali in #MughalEAzam gave Madhubala the iconic status.#Madhubala ji still miss your charm on screen pic.twitter.com/ty9qFaIu0f

— Preet Karnawal (@PreetKarnawal1) February 13, 2019

Madhubala made her Bollywood debut at the age of 9 with the 1942 film Basant. The Internet knew that.

The Eternal 'Basant' (spring) of Indian cinema !!! Anarkali who still set the screen on fire and melts millions of hearts with that innocent smile – Ms #Madhubala !!! pic.twitter.com/02tqwnqX2v

— Supriya Bhardwaj (@Supriya23bh) February 14, 2019

Fans were also delighted to see Google's tribute to the legendary actress with a special doodle dedicated to her.

[email protected] pays #tribute to #Legendary#Bolly wood #actress#Madhubala on her 86th #BirthAnniversary with #GoogleDoodlehttps://t.co/paVNLaFjcX

— joydeep ghosh (@joydeepghosh) February 14, 2019

Madhubala: Google Doodle commemorates Madhubala's 86th birth anniversary!!#GoogleDoodle#[email protected]@[email protected]://t.co/94FyNmFbzp

— tejal_AN (@tejal_nikalje) February 14, 2019

A fan shared a picture collage of Madhubala and wrote: "Madhubala ji defines everything you can imagine a woman to reflect from outside and inside."

Here is wishing a very happy birthday to the most beautiful female ever existed
Madhubala ji is grace
Madhubala ji is elegance
Madhubala ji is beauty
Madhubala ji defines everything you can imagine a woman to reflect from outside and inside pic.twitter.com/52kQlXsMlU

— (@sh_atyagi) February 13, 2019

Madhubala stepped into the Indian film industry at the age of 9 with the 1942 film Basant. However, her breakthrough film was Kamal Amrohi's Mahal, which released in 1949. The actress featured in nearly 70 films including classics such as Mughal-e-Azam, Mr. & Mrs. '55, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, Barsaat Ki Raat and Half Ticket among others.

Madhubala died of prolonged lung and heart illness, at the age of 36 on February 23, 1969.

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