Nagma (born Nandita Arvind Morarji on December 25, 1974) is an Indian politician and former actress. He is known for his roles in Telugu and Tamil films such as Gharana Mogudu, Kadhalan, Baashha and many others.  She began her acting career in Bollywood and acted in some of the biggest Bollywood movies and in other languages. Nagma has performed in a wide range of Indian languages: Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Bhojpuri, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Punjabi and Marathi.
Nagma Early life
Nagma’s biological father was Arvind Pratapsinh Morarji, whose ancestors came from a royal Hindu environment of Rajput de Jaisalmer, then emigrated to Porbandar, Gujarat and finally to Mumbai. His mother is Muslim and comes from the Konkan region of Maharashtra. It belonged to the family of freedom fighters Kazi and its original name was Shama Kazi, but it is now known as Seema. He married Morarji in 1969 at the CCI Club in Mumbai but separated from him in 1974. According to Nagma’s passport, the name they gave him at birth was Nandita Arvind Morarji, which has now been updated to Nagma Arvind Morarji. Through his biological father, who had remarried before, Nagma has two half brothers, Dhanraj and Yuvraj.
Nagma remained close to his biological father until his death on December 31, 2005. He explained to a journalist from Mumbai “I am proud to belong to a respectable family.
Inspired by her business experience, Nagma ventured into the clothing business by opening a boutique in Mumbai on Bandra West on Hill Road called Nagma’s, which was opened in September 2000 by Akshay Kumar.  Although the boutique was very successful and was an instant success, he had to close it in 2003, since he had to be next to his sick father and at the same time honor his commitments to Bhojpuri and other language films apart from his search spiritual, and then teach Art of living.
Nagma Acting career
Nagma’s debut film, Baghi: A Rebel for Love, along with Salman Khan, was the seventh highest-grossing film in Hindi cinema in 1990.  With Karisma Kapoor, she was also one of the female protagonists in Suhaag 1994 with Ajay Devgan and Akshay Kumar. After these films, he moved south to star in Telugu and Tamil movies at the behest of his friend Divya Bharti. In explaining his turn, he cited what was most aware of the quality of work, in terms of fleshy roles and his talent for travelling through India, understanding different cultures and their impulse and passion to obtain acclaim from all over India. She said: “Language was never a barrier. I love adventure, culture and I have great respect for Indian tradition.”
His films in Telugu include 1992 Gharana Mogudu with Chiranjeevi, Allari Alludu with Nagarjuna Akkineni and Major Chandrakanth with N. T. Rama Rao and Mohan Babu. His Tamil films include Baasha with Rajnikanth and Kadhalan from 1994 with Prabhu Deva.
After returning to Mumbai, he told an interviewer in 2001: “The pressure of being the number one actress in Tamil cinema was affecting me. I was not happy with the type of movies I was doing. I could not do the type of work I wanted to because I had to follow the dictates of what the audience expected from a highly demanded actress. I was stuck, so I decided to take a break. ”  Once again based on Hindi cinema, she focused on supporting roles in films such as Chal Mere Bhai from 2000, which reunited her with her co-stars Karisma Kapoor, Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt. Within a year, Nagma enrolled in the spiritually oriented Life Art course and finally taught it herself in Mumbai and elsewhere.  While living in Mumbai, he continued working on some Telugu and Tamil films, such as Allari Ramudu and Citizen, in addition to assuming leading roles in some Malayalam films, including Chathurangam.
A vocal supporter of the Indian National Congress, she had only formally become her member in Delhi, citing her “commitment to secularism and the welfare of the weakest and weakest sections” as her reason for joining. It was also presented by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), as a candidate of Hyderabad for the Elections of General Lok Sabha, according to an earlier report from the Indo-Asian News Service. The previous link is broken/incorrect. Later, after joining Congress, Nagma would have said he first supported the Congress Party because of his admiration for Rajiv Gandhi. Previous link broken/incorrect