Pamela Chopra


Artist Birtday : 01/01/1938 (Age 85)
Born In : Mumbai, Maharashtra
Occupation(s) : Playback Singer, Film Producer, Writer

Pamela Chopra was born in 1938, She is an Indian playback vocalist. She is the wifey of veteran Bollywood movie director Yash Chopra. She has also penned and directed several movies.

Chopra was born as Pamela Singh, the daughter of Mohinder Singh, an administrator in the Indian Army. The elder of 3 children, she has two younger brothers. Since her father was stationed in several small areas all over India, Chopra was apprised at several army schools. She is a cousin of the actress Simi Garewal. Chopra’s dad Mohinder Singh and Garewal’s mom Darshi Garewal were siblings.

Chopra has dabbled in several areas connected to the movie. She has sung several movie songs, all of them for her husband’s movies, from Mujhse Dosti Karoge! to Kabhie Kabhie. Her name also occurred in the capability of ‘producer’ on the recognition of certain movies produced by her husband. However, the 1993 movie Aaina was unassisted and directed by her. Pamela co-wrote the screenplay of her husband’s 1997 movie Dil To Pagal Hai along with her husband Yash Chopra, her son Aditya Chopra and experienced writer Tanuja Chandra. She has seemed on-screen in one single event: in the beginning song “Ek Duje Ke Vaaste” of the movie Dil To Pagal Hai, where she and her husband occurred together. As a schoolgirl, Pamela had learned Bharatanatyam, but she has never conducted in public.