Pamela Chopra is an Indian playback vocalist who was born in 1938. She is the wife of Yash Chopra, a famous Bollywood movie director. She’s additionally written and produced a number of movies.
Chopra was born Pamela Singh, the daughter of an Indian Army officer named Mohinder Singh. She is the oldest of three siblings, with two younger brothers. Chopra attended many army schools because her father was stationed in various remote areas around India. Simi Garewal, the actress, is her cousin. Mohinder Singh, Chopra’s father, and Darshi Garewal, Garewal’s mother, were relatives.
In 1970, Chopra married Yash Chopra, the filmmaker. Their family planned the marriage in the customary Indian way. The families shared a mutual acquaintance in the form of Romesh Sharma’s mother (producer of the blockbuster Hum). Sharma approached BR Chopra’s wife and suggested Pamela Singh as “the ideal bride” for Yash Chopra, BR’s younger brother. Pamela would subsequently declare in an interview forty years later, “She was not incorrect since we had a beautiful marriage.” The pair met each other for the first time in a formal environment and found each other pleasant. The wedding took place in the year 1970.
Aditya and Uday, their two boys, were born to them. Aditya is a filmmaker and producer of films. He is married to Rani Mukerji, an actress. Uday is a film producer and actor.
Chopra has experimented in a variety of film-related disciplines. From Kabhie Kabhie (1976) through Mujhse Dosti Karoge!, she has performed many cinema songs, everyone for her husband’s flicks (2002). In addition, her name featured in the credits of several of her husband’s movies as a “producer.” She did, nevertheless, create the 1993 picture of Aaina on her own. Pamela Chopra, her husband Yash Chopra, her child Aditya Chopra, and skilled writer Tanuja Chandra co-wrote the script for her husband’s 1997 movie Dil To Pagal Hai.
She has only been on film once, in the movie Dil To Pagal Hai’s opening music “Ek Duje Ke Vaaste,” when she and her husband have been alongside. Pamela has studied Bharatanatyam as a child, but she’s never performed it in front of an audience.