‘Trekked For Nine Months To Enter India With Pregnant Mother’: Helen Recalls Losing Her Sibling!

Veteran star Helen is still a heartbeat of millions. With her divine charisma and acting skills, the lady mesmerised one and all in the 70s era. Recently, the actress appeared on Arbaaz Khan’s talk show ‘The Invicibles’ and opened up on various aspects of her personal life in front of her stepson.

Helen revealed how she she trekked for nine months to come to India from Myanmar along with her pregnant mother and in the journey, she lost her sibling.

Recalling the entire story, Helen said that during the Japanese invasion, about 300-350 people migrated to Myanmar. She disclosed that to get back to her home country, she had to trek for nine months with her little brother and her pregnant mother. During this tiring trip, she lost her little sister.

Helen remembered that her family went to the Burma airport to catch the last flight. But the Japanese invaded and bombed that aircraft. When the bombing happened at the airport, she just put herself on top of her mother and brother to shield them. She added that even though she isn’t religious, she is a spiritual person.

Furthermore in the conversation, Helen spoke about how her fellow actresses tried to copy her style. She quoted that when heroines started to wear clothes that no heroine in those days would wear. They changed and quite a few of them would do what she was doing at that time.

Currently, Helen is away from the screens. She is living a happy married life with veteran screenwriter Salim Khan with whom she tied the knot in 1980. She has three step sons Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan and one step-daughter Alvira Khan.

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