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Bharat Bhushan est un Acteur et Scénariste Indien né le 14 juin 1920 à Meerut (Inde)

Bharat Bhushan

Bharat Bhushan
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Nationalité Inde
Naissance 14 juin 1920 à Meerut (Inde)
Mort 10 octobre 1992 (à 72 ans) à Bombay (Inde)
Récompenses Filmfare Award du meilleur acteur, Filmfare Awards

Bharat Bhushan (June 14, 1920 – January 27, 1992) was an Indian actor in Hindi language films, scriptwriter and producer, who is best remembered for playing Baiju Bawra in the 1952 film of the same name. He was born in Meerut, and brought up in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.


Bharat Bhushan was born in 14 June 1920 Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.

His father, Raibahadur Motilal, was the government pleader of Meerut. His mother died when he was two years old. His elder brother was film producer R. Chandra, who owned the Ideal Studio at Lucknow. The brothers left for Aligarh to stay with their grandfather after their mother's death. He did his studies and took a graduate degree from Aligarh. After this he took to acting against his father's wishes. He first went to Calcutta to join cinema and later established himself in Bombay.

He married into a prominent family in Meerut, Zamindar Raibahadur Budha Prakash's daughter Sharadha. They had two daughters, Anuradha and Aparijitha. Anuradha had polio-associated complications. Sharadha died of labour complications after delivering their second child in the early 60s, soon after the film Barsaat ki raat. In 1967, he married actress Ratna, his co-star in the movie Barsaat Ki Raat.

Bharat Bhushan owned bungalows in Bandra, Bombay and other areas. He was an avid reader and boasted of his collection of books which too he had to sell of like his cars and bungalows in the bad times. He died when he managed to finally get rid of his financial crisis, on January 27, 1992.

Le plus souvent avec

Kader Khan
Kader Khan
(20 films)
Shakti Kapoor
Shakti Kapoor
(23 films)
(17 films)
Satyen Kappu
Satyen Kappu
(15 films)
Bappi Lahiri
Bappi Lahiri
(14 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Bharat Bhushan (110 films)

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Prem Qaidi
Prem Qaidi (1991)

Thèmes La musique, Musique, Bollywood
Acteurs Karisma Kapoor, Harish Kumar, Paresh Rawal, Bharat Bhushan, Shafi Ali Inamdar, Rama Vij
Rôle Suryanath (Chandra Mohan's Father)
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In bad fortune, while saving his employer Kasturi Prasad's (Dalip Tahil) life, Suryanath (Bharat Bhushan) loses his legs. In appreciation, Kasturi allows Chandra Mohan (Harish Kumar), Suryanath's son, to work in his home. Kasturi's daughter Neelima (Karisma Kapoor) initially makes fun of teases Chandra but soon falls in love with him. Kasturi is against this affair and sends henchmen to attack Chandra, which results in their murdering Suryanath during the meelee. Young Chandra is convicted of the crime and is sent to a youth detention center as a punishment. The head jailer tortures Chandra but center Superintendent Prabhavati (Rama Vij) understands his emotions and love for Neelima and intercedes. She tries to reunite the two lovers.
Awwal Number
Réalisé par Dev Anand
Thèmes Sport
Acteurs Dev Anand, Aamir Khan, Aditya Pancholi, Vikram Gokhale, Parikshit Sahni, Rakesh Bedi
Note54% 2.706082.706082.706082.706082.70608
The story revolves around cricket where a new star Sunny (Aamir Khan) has been included in the team in place of another famous star Ronny (Aditya Pancholi). All this creates hatred in the heart of Ronny against Sunny, although Sunny respects him. Ronny decides to take revenge on Sunny; meanwhile a terrorist decides to put a bomb in the field where a match is to be organised between India and Australia.
Pyar Ka Karz, 2h10
Réalisé par K. Bapaiah
Genres Drame, Comédie, Action
Acteurs Dharmendra, Mithun Chakraborty, Shakti Kapoor, Neelam Kothari, Meenakshi Seshadri, Rajendra Nath
Note62% 3.142983.142983.142983.142983.14298
Pyar Ka Karz is a usual action film for Dharmendra and Mithun fans.
Baaghi: A Rebel for Love, 2h36
Genres Drame, Action, Romance
Thèmes Sexualité, Homosexualité, Transsexuels et transgenres, LGBT, LGBT, Travestissement au cinéma
Acteurs Salman Khan, Nagma, Kiran Kumar, Shakti Kapoor, Mohnish Bahl, Beena Banerjee
Note57% 2.853272.853272.853272.853272.85327
The story, based on an idea from Salman Khan, centres on Saajan, the son of a colonel in the Indian army, and Kaajal, a modest girl from "a respectable family." The film opens with Saajan travelling in a bus, when he catches a glimpse of Kaajal on another bus, and they are both smitten. They do not formally meet and, since Saajan is off to start at college, he does not think he will ever see her again. But his new friends at college, Buddha, Tempo and Refill, one night insist on visiting a brothel in a seedier part of Bombay. Saajan only reluctantly agrees, but ultimately refuses to select a prostitute — until he hears a new girl being beaten by her pimp and decides to protect her. To his surprise, it is Kaajal (called Paro at the brothel), who has been kidnapped by a pimp after she was tricked by a job offer in Bombay.