From making her fans groove to the tune of ‘Mere Khwabon Me Jo Aaye’ from the film Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge to making them emotional with her performance in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kajol is one of the most graceful and evergreen actors of recent times. After making her debut with Bekhudi and shining to fame with her subsequent films like Baazigar, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and  Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Fanaa and My Name Is Khan, Kajol has beautifully carved a special place for herself in the Indian Film Industry.

As the diva gears to celebrate her 44th birthday today on August 5, these throwback photos of the evergreen beauty are sure to take you down the memory lane and leave you with a fuzzy feeling in your heart.

I look so sad but I really like this picture for some reason?

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#tbt my muhurat of Bekhudi at RK studios, 26 years back!

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when I see my babies together @nysaadevgan

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#tbt to ddlj, thanks for the sick edit @kajoldevganparadise

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still love you the same way, and I know you do too 💕 love you always mom

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Guess I haven’t changed all that much!!!! #tbt

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Happy Father’s Day people. I remember …… ❤️

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On the occasion of her birthday, the powerhouse performer will be unveiling the trailer of her upcoming film Helicopter Eela. Helmed by Pradeep Sarkar and bankrolled by Ajay Devgn and Jayantilal Gada, the film stars Kajol along with Neha Dhupia, Riddhi Sen and Tota Roy Chowdhary. In the film, Kajol will essay the role of a single mother and an aspirational singer.

Speaking about the film, Kajol had earlier told a leading daily that she felt a real connection with Eela’s character. She loves her son unconditionally and has built her entire life around her. However, as her son grows up she finds herself becoming more and more indispensible as she puts her life on hold for her son, like most mothers do. After which, she questions her future path and how does she hold onto her son. Kajol further added that Helicopter Eela is a coming-of-age film, more for Eela than her son.

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