Personal Life and Education
Parveen was born in Junagadh, Gujarat in a Muslim family. She did her early schooling from Mount Carmel High School, Ahmedabad and later attended St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad. Her father Vali Mohammed Babi (died 1959), was a System administrator with the Nawab of Junagadh and Jamal Bakhte Babi (died 2001) Parveen was born fourteen years after the marriage of her parents and was the only child. She lost her father at the age of Ten.
Parveen never married but had relationships with many married men; director Mahesh Bhatt, actors Kabir Bedi, and Danny Denzongpa. She was also strongly rumoured to have had an affair with her co-star of many films, Amitabh Bachchan with whom she later developed irrational fears as she accused him of trying to kill her. Bhatt later wrote and directed Arth (1982), a semi-autobiographical film about his relationship with Babi, and wrote and produced Woh Lamhe (2006) based on facts about his relationship with her.
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