Manju Singh, a veteran Hindi television presenter and actress, has died. Swanand Kirkire, a songwriter, singer, and screenwriter, expressed his condolences for Manju Singh’s death. She is best known to the audience for playing characters roles in movie like Gol Maal (Manju Singh played Ratna in the movie who was the younger sister of Amol Palekar).
Sad news has once again emerged from the Hindi film industry. Manju Singh, a veteran Hindi television presenter and actress, has died. Swanand Kirkire, a songwriter, singer, and screenwriter, expressed his condolences for Manju Singh’s death. He recounted his time working with her at Doordarshan in a message on the social media platform Twitter.
Swanand stated in his post, “Manju Singh is no longer alive!” Manju ji flew me from Delhi to Mumbai to write her Doordarshan show Swaraj! He created many excellent shows for DD, such as Ek Kahani and Show Time. Golmaal Ki Ratna Hamari Pyaari by Hrishikesh Mukherjee Manju ji, how can you forget about your love… Goodbye!
मंजू सिंह जी नहीं रही ! मंजू जी मुझे दिल्ली से मुंबई लायी थी दूरदर्शन के लिए उनका शो स्वराज लिखने ! उन्होंने DD के लिए कई नायब शोज़ एक कहानी, शो टाइम आदि बनाए थे . हृषिकेश मुखर्जी की फ़िल्म गोलमाल की रत्ना हमारी प्यारी मंजू जी आपका प्यार कैसे भूल सकता है .. अलविदा ! pic.twitter.com/aKFvMJeFYF— Swanand Kirkire (@swanandkirkire) April 15, 2022
In the Indian television industry, Manju Singh was a well-known name. Swaraj, Ek Kahaani, Show Time, and more programs were produced by her. Manju, often known as ‘Didi,’ was the host of the children’s show Khel Toys. The show lasted approximately seven years. Aside from that, Singh participated in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s film Golmaal, where she played Ratna.
Singh’s presentation shed attention on national, social, and cultural issues. In 1983, he made his television debut as a producer for Showtime. Ek Kahani, his presentation, was based on literary short stories from several regional languages. Her documentary-drama series Adhikar, which was based on women’s legal rights, was also well appreciated by viewers across the country.
Manju Singh has recently been involved with a number of international film festivals for children and youth. In 2015, the Government of India honoured her for his contributions to the creative arts and education sectors by nominating her to the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE).