Saturday, July 27, 2013

Prem Naam Hai Mera Prem Chopra



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Prem Chopra (Devanagari: प्रेम चोपड़ा) (born September 23, 1935)is an actor in Hindi and Punjabi films. He has acted in 320 films. He has a soft spoken diction despite being a villain in most films.

Personal life And education[edit]

Chopra was born in a Punjabi Hindu family in Lahore on 23 September 1935 to Ranbirlal and Rooprani Chopra.[1] He graduated from Punjab University.[1] Chopra is married to Raj Kapoor's wife's sister Uma, and they have three daughters.[2]
Awards[edit]

1976 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for his role in Do Anjaane
2004 - Legend of Indian Cinema Award at Atlantic City [3][dead link]
Amongst other awards won the Giants[clarification needed] honoured him with the "Lifetime Achievement Award". His talent won the Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award in 1998, and has also been a recipient of the "Lions Club Award", "Ashoka Award", "Ashirwad Award" and the "Punjabi Kala Sangam Award.".[4]
Filmography[edit]

Bollywood selected filmography[edit]
Heart Land (Completed) (2012)
Power Cut (Punjabi) (2012)
Challo Driver (2012)
Delhi Safari (Voice) (2012)
Agent Vinod (2012)
Loot (2011)
Double Dhamaal (2011)
Love U...Mr. Kalakaar! (2011)
Dharti (Punjabi) (2011)
Patiala House (2011)
Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron (2011)
Golmaal 3 (2010)
Mirch (2010)
World Cupp 2011 (2009)
Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year (2009)
Daddy Cool (2009)
Delhi-6 (2009)
Money Hai Toh Honey Hai (2008)
Khushboo (2008)
Humsey Hai Jahaan (2008)
Dhamaal (2007)
Buddha Mar Gaya (2007)
Undertrial (2007)
Broken Thread (2007)
Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute to Love (2007)
Saawan... The Love Season (2006)
Umar (2006)
Bold (2006)
Mr Prime Minister (2005)
Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! (2005)
Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara (2005)
Viruddh... Family Comes First (2005)
Ssukh (2005)
Bunty Aur Babli (2005)
Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karen (2005)
Hum Kaun Hai ? (2004)
Shikaar (2004)
Woh Tera Naam Tha (2004)
Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaa (2003)
Koi... Mil Gaya (2003)
Dhund: The Fog (2003)
Pyaar Ki Dhun (2002)
Tera Mera Saath Rahen (2001)
C.I.D. (2001 TV Series)
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke (2001)
Meri Adaalat (2001)
Beti No. 1 (2000)
Agniputra (2000)
Baadshah (1999)
Hindustan Ki Kasam (1999)
Hote Hote Pyar Hogaya (1999)
Jai Hind (1999)
Anari No.1 (1999)
Lal Baadshah (1999)
Lo Main Aa Gaya (1999)
Zulm-O-Sitam (1998)
Maharaja (1998)
Iski Topi Uske Sarr (1998)
Dulhe Raja (1998)
Military Raaj (1998)
Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge! (1998)
Udaan (1997)
Jodidar (1997)
Bhai Bhai (1997)
Kaun Rokega Mujhe (1997)
Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997)
Sapoot (1996)
Hum Hain Premi (1996)
Daanveer (1996)
Sikander (1996 Video)
Prem Granth (1996)
Namak (1996)
Return of Jewel Thief (1996)
Mera Hindustan (1996)
Diya Aur Toofan (1995)
Zamaana Deewana (1995)
Saajan Ki Baahon Mein (1995)
The Don (1995)
God and Gun (1995)
Aazmayish (1995)
Jawab (1995)
Andaz (1995 TV Series)
Aashique Mastane (1995)
Raghuveer (1995)
Jallaad (1995)
Ahankaar (1995)
Ab Insaf Hoga (1995)
Aao Pyaar Karen (1994)
Yaar Gaddar (1994)
Brahma (1994)
Prem Yog (1994)
Betaaj Badshah (1994)
The Law (1994)
Laadla (1994)
Insaniyat (1994)
Raja Babu (1994)
Gopalaa (1994)
Karan (1994)
Cheetah (1994)
Santaan (1993)
15th August (1993)
Aaja Meri Jaan (1993)
Izzat Ki Roti (1993)
Phool Aur Angaar (1993)
Kshatriya (1993)
Jaagruti (1993)
Aasoo Bane Angaarey (1993)
Ghar Jamai (1992)
Aaj Ka Goonda Raj (1992)
Tahalka (1992)
Khiladi (1992)
Tyagi (1992)
Bewaffa Se Waffa (1992)
Virodhi (1992)
Prem Deewane (1992)
Mere Sajana Saath Nibhana (1992)
Khel (1992)
Insaaf Ka Khoon (1991)
Ghar Parivaar (1991)
Phool Bane Angaarey (1991)
Mast Kalandar (1991)
Veerta (1991)
Doodh Ka Karz (1990)
Paap Ki Kamaee (1990)
Police Public (1990)
Atishbaz (1990)
Azaad Desh Ke Gulam (1990)
Aag Ka Gola (1990)
Kali Ganga (1990)
Sikka (1989)
Daata (1989)
Dana Paani (1989)
Jung Baaz (1989)
Abhimanyu (1989)
Garibon Ka Daata (1989)
Rakhwala (1989)
Clerk (1989)
Santosh (1989)
Sachché Ká Bol-Bálá (1989)
Joshilaay (1989)
Indira (1989)
Dav Pech (1989)
Aakhri Badla (1989)
Kaanoon Ki Awaaz (1989)
Kanoon Ka Harz (1989)
Mitti Aur Sona (1989)
Gharana (1989)
Majboor (1989)
Mahaveera (1988)
Charnon Ki Saugandh (1988)
Shukriyaa (1988)
Shahenshah (1988)
Mera Muqaddar (1988)
Mera Shikar (1988)
Gunahon Ka Faisla (1988)
Sagar Sangam (1988)
Insaf Ki Pukar (1987)
Hiraasat (1987)
Hawalaat (1987)
Majaal (1987)
Kalyug Aur Ramayan (1987)
Hukumat (1987)
Mard Ki Zabaan (1987)
Watan Ke Rakhwale (1987)
Avinash (1986)
Preeti (1986)
Ilzaam (1986)
Swarag Se Sunder (1986)
Waapsi (1986)
Shatru (1986)
Saveray Wali Gaadi (1986)
Nagina (1986)
Bhavani Junction (1985)
Oonche Log (1985)
Mard (1985)
Telephone (1985)
Sitamgar (1985)
Arjun (1985)
Sarfarosh (1985)
Ram Tere Kitne Nam (1985)
Bond 303 (1985)
Kali Basti (1985)
3D Saamri (1985)
Haqeeqat (1985)
Aaj Ka Daur (1985)
Awaaz (1984)
Manzil Manzil (1984)
Duniya (1984)
Ram Tera Desh (1984)
Maqsad (1984)
Ghar Ek Mandir (1984)
Teri Bahon Mein (1984)
Mawaali (1983)
Bandhan Kuchchey Dhaagon Ka (1983)
Betaab (1983)
Souten (1983)
Prem Tapasya (1983)
Jaanwar (1983)
Daulat Ke Dushman (1983)
Pukar (1983)
Andha Kanoon (1983)
Sawaal (1982)
Desh Premee (1982)
Gopichand Jasoos (1982)
Haathkadi (1982)
Do Dishayen (1982)
Khud-Daar (1982)
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah (1981)
Shakka (1981)
Naseeb (1981)
Kranti (1981)
Aas Paas (1981)
Sansani: The Sensation (1981)
Raksha (1981)
Dostana (1980)
Aanchal (1980)
Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1980)
Lootmaar (1980)
Saboot (1980)
Dhan Daulat (1980)
Nishana (1980)
Ram Balram (1980)
Kaala Patthar (1979)
Jhoota Kahin Ka (1979)
The Great Gambler (1979)
Bebus (1979)
Dil Aur Deewar (1978)
Phandebaaz (1978)
Des Pardes (1978)
Azaad (1978)
Do Musafir (1978)
Trishul (1978)
Tyaag (1977)
Immaan Dharam (1977)
Kasum Khoon Ki (1977)
Jagriti (1977)
Adha Din Adhi Raat (1977)
Adha (1977)
Darling Darling (1977)
Thief of Baghdad (1977)
Jadu Tona (1977)
Dream Girl (1977)
Dildaar (1977)
Paapi (1977)
Mehbooba (1976)
Lagaaam (1976)
Bairaag (1976)
Barood (1976)
Maha Chor (1976)
Do Anjaane (1976)
Kala Sona (1975)
Do Jhoot (1975)
Do Jasoos (1975)
Raaja (1975)
Sanyasi (1975)
Benaam (1974)
Ajanabee (1974)
Jab Andhera Hota Hai (1974)
Prem Nagar (1974)
Vachan (1974)
Pocket Maar (1974)
Bobby (1973)
Jugnu (1973)
Jheel Ke Us Paar (1973)
Gehri Chaal (1973)
Chhupa Rustam (1973)
Nafrat (1973)
Keemat (1973)
Daag: A Poem of Love (1973)
Dastaan (1972)
Raja Jani (1972)
Gora Aur Kala (1972)
Apradh (1972)
Be-Imaan (1972)
Raaste Kaa Patthar (1972)
Haré Raama Haré Krishna (1971)
Pyar Ki Kahani (1971)
Lagan (1971)
Hulchul (1971)
Aap Aye Bahaar Ayee (1971)
Prem Pujari (1970)
Samaj Ko Badal Dalo (1970)
Pagla Kahin Ka (1970)
Purab Aur Paschim (1970)
Himmat (1970)
Jawab (1970)
Yaadgaar (1970)
Kati Patang (1970)
Do Raaste (1969)
Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati (1969)
Anjaana (1969)
Waris (1969)
Doli (1969)
Duniya (1968)
Jhuk Gaya Aasman (1968)
Haye Mera Dil (1968)
Latt Saheb (1967)
Aamne - Saamne (1967)
Upkar (1967)
Around the World (1967)
Kunwari (1966)
Sagaai (1966)
Teesri Manzil (1966)
Mera Saaya (1966)
Shaheed (1965)
Sikandar E Azam (1965)
Nishan (1965)
Poonam Ki Raat (1965)
Woh Kaun Thi ? (1964)
Main Shadi Karne Chala (1962)
Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh (1960)
Chaudhary Karnail Singh (1960)

Danny Denzongpa The Style Paragon Of Bollywood

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Tshering Phintso "Danny" Denzongpa [1] (born 25 March 1948) is an Indian actor of Sikkimese-Bhutia descent working in Bollywood films. He has acted in numerous Hindi films such as Asoka and 16 December. He has also starred in some international projects, the most famous being Seven Years in Tibet where he acted alongside Hollywood actor Brad Pitt. In 2003, Denzongpa was awarded the Padma Shree, India's fourth highest civilian honour. Denzongpa is noted for his villainous and character roles.

Danny was born to a Buddhist family in the Kingdom of Sikkim (the 22nd state of India since 1975) where he had his early schooling in the erstwhile, thereafter completed his schooling from Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital, Uttarakhand in 1964. Denzongpa's love of horses and horse riding began at an early age, as his family was into horse breeding.
He nursed an ambition to join the Indian Army and won the Best Cadet award from West Bengal and participated in the Republic Day parade. In an interview to The Times of India newspaper, he said that he had qualified for prestigious Armed Forces Medical College, Pune but withdrew admission to join Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. Actress Jaya Bhaduri, his classmate at FTII, Pune decided to change his name to a simpler sounding "Danny" as his original name was tough to be pronounced by other students. The name has stuck since.[2]
Film and singing career[edit]

During his early film career, Danny used to practice learning Hindi by talking to the ocean. The Urdu came in handy in films such as Sawan Kumar's Sanam Bewafa and Mukul Anand's Khuda Gawah.
Danny's film career spans more than 4 decades. In the 1970s, he played relatively smaller roles which got him noticed. After his performance in the film Lahoo Ke Do Rang, he started getting more significant lengthy roles. Through the 1980s and 1990s, Danny mainly featured as the lead negative character opposite all the leading actors of those times such as Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Mithun Chakraborthy, Vinod Khanna, Anil Kapoor and Sunny Deol.
He had his first major role which he played in B.R.Chopra's 'Dhundh'(1973). This role shows his power, followed by 'Kanoon Kya Karega'. His other most applauded negative characters are in Andar Baahar (1984) as Shera, Aandhi Toofan (1986), Bhagwan Dada (1986) as Gangwaa, Agneepath (1990) as Kancha Cheena, Hum (1991) as Bakhtawar, Ghatak: Lethal as Kaatya, Krantiveer (1994) as Chatur Singh and Pukar (2000) as Abhrush
He started out with B-grade movies such as B.R. Ishara's Zaroorat in 1971,[3] and later moved on to Mere Apne and Kala Sona where he played more positive roles. He then went on to play the roles of the villain numerous times. Some of the antihero roles he played were an unscrupulous politician, corrupt policeman, traitor, and mingy landlord. He got his major break in Gulzar's Mere Apne and later in B R Chopra's Dhund where he played a crippled and frustrated husband. It is said Danny was the first choice to play the iconic role of Gabbar Singh in the film Sholay. However since he was away on the shoot of Feroz Khan film Dharmatma, eventually Gabbar's role went to Amjad Khan. One of his critically acclaimed roles as a villain came when he played the role of Bakhtawar, a don bent on revenge in Mukul Anand's Hum. He was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Villain.
He is an accomplished singer having sung with Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhonsle, three stalwarts of Indian music. He has released Nepalese songs and has sung for Nepalese movies. His two most famous songs recorded in 1970s but still hit are "Chiso Chiso Hawama" ("In the cool air") and "Manko kura lai bandhi narakha..."("Do not keep the words of the heart tied").
He wrote and acted in the Nepali film Saino which was super hit. His nephew Ugyen Chhopel directed it. He has sung its title song and a duet with Deepa Narayan, wife of Udit Narayan. Later, this film was made in Hindi as Ajnabi as a telefilm for Doordarshan. He has sung a Nepali duet with Asha Bhosle, "Aage aage topai ko gola pachhi pachhi machinegun barara". His all-Nepali songs are hits and people like them even today: "Hiun vanda chiso, Aago vanda taato..." ("Colder than snow, hotter than fire.."), "Naachana hoi maichyan hau nachana" ("Dance o lovely girl"), "Jhimkai deu pareli manma bajchha mitho murali..." ("Please blink your eyes and sweet sound of flute plays in the heart), Rato rani pulhya etc. are his few hit numbers.
He is also a painter, a writer and a sculptor.
In the past decade, Danny gave stellar performances in movies such as Asoka and 16 December (2002).[citation needed] He then went on to appear in the successful Tamil film, Enthiran, co-starring Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai in the leads. Denzongpa played the antagonist role of Bohra, a prominent scientist who transforms Chitti (played by Rajinikanth) into an evil robot. Upon release, the film won critical and commercial acclaim.[citation needed]
Personal life[edit]

Danny, who married Gawa Denzongpa, a Sikkimese princess and niece of the last chogyal from her hometown of Gangtok, currently resides in Juhu in Mumbai. Since the 2000s (decade), he has become more selective of the roles he plays.In the movies he chooses, he works on his own terms. He has a son named Rinzing and a daughter named Pema. His brother owns a bouj and beer factory in Melli, Sikkim.
Awards and honours[edit]

2003: Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour.
Filmfare Awards
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award
1992 Sanam Bewafa
1993 Khuda Gawah – Khuda Baksh
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award – Nominated
1979 Devtaa – Inspector Lawrence
1985 Kanoon Kya Karega – Raghuvir Singh
1990 'Agneepath' – Kancha Chinna
Filmfare Best Villain Award – Nominated
1992 Hum – Bakhtawar
1995 Krantiveer – Chatur Singh Chitah
1995 Vijaypath – Dilawar Ujagar Singh
1996 Barsaat – ACP Negi
1997 Ghatak – Katya
Filmography[edit]

* Bang Bang (Releasing in 2014)
Mental (Releasing on 24th January 2014)
Boss (2013) .... Mentor of Boss Filming (Expected to release on 18th October 2013)
Enthiran (2010) ... Professor Bohra (Tamil)
Acid Factory (2009)
Luck (2009) ... Tamang
Karzzzz (2008)
Chamku (2008)
Big Brother (2007)
Hattrick (2007)
Frozen (2007)
Jaan Ki Baazi (2006) (post-production)
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo (2004) ... Colonel Ashfaque Khan
Shikaar (2004)
Sandhya (2003)
Parwana (2003)
Ek Hindustani (2003) ... Special Appearance
Soch (2002) .... Nautiyal
Ab Ke Baras (2002) ... CBI Officer Sikander Baksh
16 December (2002) ... Vir Vijay Singh
Yeh Mohabbat Hai (2002) ... Aman Khan
Moksha (2001) ... Bachelor Simon
Indian (2001) ... Shankar Singhania
Lajja (2001) ... Gajendra
Asoka (2001) ... Virat
Pukar (2000) ... Abhrush
Officer (2001) ... Pratap Rai/Dushyant Singh
Tune Mera Dil Le Liya (2000)
Silsila Hai Pyar Ka (1999) ... Jabhal Khargoshi
Dahek: A Burning Passion (1999) ... Jabbar Bahkshi
Kohram (1999) ... Minister Virbhadra Singh
Zulm O Situm (1998) ... Sikander
Vinashak - Destroyer (1998) ... Jailer Lankeshwar
China Gate (1998) ... Maj. Ranjir Singh Gurung
Udaan (1997 film) ... Mr. Rana
Seven Years in Tibet (1997) ... Regent
Dhaal: The Battle of Law Against Law (1997) ... Advocate Indrajit
Diwan[disambiguation needed] (1997)
Himalay Putra (1997) ... Rana
Ghatak: Lethal (1996) ... Katya
Rajkumar (1996)
Army (1996) ... Naagraj
Shastra (1996) ... Babu
Barsaat (1995) ... ACP Neghi
Sarhad: The Border of Crime (1995)
Vijaypath (1994) ... Dilawar Singh
Chauraha (1994) ... Baba Bhatti
Krantiveer (1994) ... Chatursingh
Mohabbat Ki Arzoo (1994) ... Jagpal Singh alias Jaggu dada
1942: A Love Story (1993)
Dhartiputra (1993)... Major Hisht
Gurudev (1993) ... Khakan
Prateeksha (1993) ... Dinesh Khanna
Sangram (1993) ... Madhu's father
Tahqiqaat (1993) ... Bhanu Pratap
Drohi (1992) ... J.P. Sethi (Raghav's boss)
Balwaan (1992) ... Bhai
Khule-Aam (1992) ... Insp. Uday Singh/Insp. Ranvir Singh Rathod
Khuda Gawah (1992) ... Khuda Baksh ... aka God Is My Witness
Lakshmanrekha (1991) ... Birju
Vishnu-Devaa (1991) ... Thakur Shamsher Singh/Samppat
Hum (1991) ... Bakhtawar
Sanam Bewafa (1991) ... Sher Khan
Bahadur (1991) ... Bahadur (Bengali)
First Love Letter (1991) ... Thakur Ajit Singh
Yodha (1991) ... Daaga/Justice Dharmesh Agnihotri
Agneepath (1990) ... Kancha Cheena
Pyaar Ke Naam Qurban (1990) ... Prince Yeshwant Singh
Baaghi (1990)
Chingariyan (1990)
Jagira (1990)
Shandaar (1990) ... Dhaga
Shesh Naag (1990)
Shehzaade (1989) (uncredited) ... Thakur Roshan Singh
Jung Baaz (1989) ... Mahakal
Kasam Suhaag Ki (1989)
Galiyon Ka Badshah (1989) ... Inspector Vijay
Khoj (1989)
Saaya (1989)
Ustad (1989)
Commando (1988) ... Ninja
Shoorveer (1988) ... Shankar
Ek Hi Maqsad (1988) ... Inspector. Deepak
Mardon Wali Baat (1988) ... Raja Sunder Singh
Gunahon Ka Faisla (1988)
Janam Janam (1988)
Jeete Hain Shaan Se (1988) ... J.P.
Mera Shikar (1988)
Paap Ki Duniya (1988) ... Pasha
Yateem (1988) ... Girivar Prasad Mathur
Itihaas (1987)
Faqir Badshah (1987)
Aag Hi Aag (1987) ... Daulat Singh/Choudhury
Deewana Tere Naam Ka (1987) ... Shambhu
Chambal Ka Badshah (1986) ... Sultan
Bhagwan Dada (1986) .... Shambu Dada
Adhikar (1986) ... Vishal's lawyer (special appearance)
Allah Rakha (1986)
Maha Shaktiman (1985) ... aka Maharudra (India: Bengali title)
Yudh (1985) ... Gama Maating/Mr. Chinoy
Jawaab (1985) ... Seth. Jagmohan
Aandhi Toofan (1985)
Aitbaar (1985) ... Inspector Barua
Oonche Log (1985) ... Thakur Maan Singh
Patthar Dil (1985) ... Jung Bahadur
Andar Baahar (1984) ... Shera
Farishta (1984)
Boxer (1984) ... Dharma
Jagir (1984) ... Danny
Kanoon Kya Karega (1984)
Manzil Manzil (1984) ... Gautam (Pahadi Baba)
Mera Dost Mera Dushman (1984)
Pyaar Jhukta Nahin (1984)
Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye (1983)
Lovers[disambiguation needed] (1983)
Ganga Meri Maa (1983)
Andha Kanoon (1983) ... Akhbar Ali
Raj Mahal (1982)
Kachche Heere (1982) ... Arjun
Love Story (1981) ... Ram Dogra
Chunaoti (1980)
Kali Ghata (1980) ... Kishore
Abdullah (1980)
Bandish (1980) ... Kapil Kumar
Bulundi (1980)
The Burning Train (1980)
Choron Ki Baraat (1980)
Phir Wohi Raat (1980) .... Ashok
Griha Pravesh (1979) Danny
Aaj Ki Dhara (1979) Danny
Lahu Ke Do Rang (1979)
Lal Kuthi (1978) (Bengali)
Devta (1978) ... Inspector Lawrence
Naya Daur (1978)
Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka (1977) ... Vikram (Jamunadas' son)
Abhi To Jee Lein (1977) ... Danny
Chandi Sona (1977)
Khel Khiladi Ka (1977)
Mit Jayenge Mitane Wale (1977)
Paapi (1977) ... Abdul
Fakira (1976) ... Munna/Ajay/Toofan
Kalicharan (1976)
Laila Majnu (1976) ... Prince Bahksh
Sangram (1976) ... Salim/Altaf
Dharmatma (1975) ... Danny
Aakhri Dao (1975) ... Robert
Apne Rang Hazaar (1975)
Kala Sona (1975)
Ponga Pandit (1975) ... Rocky
Raftaar (1975)
Rani Aur Lalpari (1975)
Zorro (1975)
Chor Machaye Shor (1974)
36 Ghante (1974) ... Dilawar Khan
Khotte Sikkay (1974) ... Danny
Dhund (1973) ... Thakur Ranjit Singh (crippled husband)
Khoon Khoon(1973) ... remake of Dirty Harry (English)
Milap (1972)
Rakhi Aur Hathkadi (1972) ... Raja
Yeh Gulistan Hamara (1972)
Mere Apne (1971) ... Sanju
Zaroorat (1971)
As director

Shakti Kapoor Khush Hua

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Shakti Kapoor (born 3 September 1958) is an Indian Bollywood actor. He is known as one of the leading villains in Bollywood movies for more than three decades. He has also been applauded for playing comic roles in several movies. Through the eighties and nineties, Kapoor teamed up with another senior actor Kader Khan as the comical or evil duo in over 100 films. Kapoor is one of the few Bollywood actors who played the stereotype Bollywood negative roles and negative characters with a comic touch with equal finesse.

Shakti Kapoor was born as Sunil Kapoor (real name) in Delhi, India to a Punjabi family. He grew up in New Delhi and he did his graduation from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University. His father ran a tailor shop in Connaught Place, New Delhi. When leading actor / director Sunil Dutt offered him the role of the main villain in the movie Rocky, he thought the name 'Sunil Kapoor' was too weak for a villain, so he renamed him 'Shakti Kapoor'. oiut6rhhhuioyityurtextrwer
Career[edit]

As a struggler in Bollywood, initially Shakti Kapoor did many small inconsequential roles in movies, all the while looking out for a suitable role as a leading man. The years 1980-81 established Shakti Kapoor as a talented actor in Bollywood when two of his movies Qurbani and Rocky became blockbusters. He had played the role of the main villain in both these movies. The early eighties saw a spate of Bollywood "star-sons" getting launched and the film-makers found the debonair and talented Kapoor a perfect counterpart for the debuting star-sons.
In 1983, the Jeetendra-Sridevi starrer, Himmatwala and the Subhash Ghai directed movie Hero were blockbusters and Kapoor had played key villain roles in both these movies. By then he had firmly established himself as one of the most sought-after villains in Bollywood and this trend was to last for the next two decades. Through the eighties and nineties, it was observed that practically every Bollywood movie either had Kapoor or Amrish Puri playing the negative character.
In the nineties, he often diversified to positive comic roles and performed them with equal finesse. He has been nominated for the Filmfare Award in the Best Comedian category and won once, for his performance as Nandu in David Dhawan's film, Raja Babu. Some of his popular comic roles have been as Inspector Bhinde in Insaaf, Prasad in Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri, Crime Master Gogo in Andaz Apna Apna, Tohfa, as Batuknath in Chaalbaaz and as Goonga in Bol Radha Bol.
Kapoor has been a popular reference for mimicry artistes who emulate his style and dialogues such as "Aaaooo Lolita" from the movie Tohfa, "Main Nanha sa Chotta sa Bachcha Hoon" from the movie Chaalbaaz and "Nandu sabka bandhu, samajhta nahi hai yaar" from the movie Raja Babu.[2][3] Since 2000, Kapoor is a regular fixture in Priyadarshan films like Hungama, Hulchul, Chup Chup Ke and Malamaal Weekly and most recently Malayalam remake Bhagam Bhag. He also acted in few Bengali films of Kolkata. In 2011, he has featured in the reality television show Bigg Boss (season 5) as one of the contestants. He has appeared in musical comedy Aasman Se Gire Khajoor Pe Atke [1],[2],[3] with his sister-in-law Padmini Kolhapure.
Personal Life[edit]

Shakti Kapoor is married to Shivangi (Padmini Kolhapure's elder sister) and has two children, a son Siddhanth Kapoor (who is DJ turned assistant director turned actor) and a daughter Shraddha Kapoor (who is an actress).
Awards[edit]

1995: Filmfare Best Comedian Award - Raja Babu
Selected Filmography[edit]

Further information: Shakti Kapoor filmography
Darwaza (1978)
Khel khiladi ka (1977)
Jaani Dushman (1979)
Sargam (1979)
Rocky (1980) - R.D.
Aasha (1980) - Mr. Shakti
Morcha (1980)
Qurbani (1980) - Vikram Singh
Rocky (1981)
Naseeb (1981)
Satte Pe Satta (1982) - Mangal Anand
Waqt Ke Shehzade (1982) - Shakti Singh
Mahaan (1983)
Himmatwala (1983)
Tohfa (1984)
Akalmand (1984) - Shakti
Bhago Bhut Aaya - Jagjit / Mangal Singh
Karma (1986) - Jagga / Jolly
Janbaaz (1986)
Dance Dance (1987) - Resham
Insaaf (1987) - Insp. Bhinde
Satyamev Jayate (1987) - Bagga
Aag Hi Aag (1987) - Daku Gangwa
Pyar Ka Mandir (1988) - Dilip
Ram-Avtar (1988) - Gundappa Swami
Vijay (1988) - Suresh Padampati
Mujrim (1989) - Sabajdur
Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharnii (1989)
Chaalbaaz (1989) - Batuknath Lallan Prasad Malpani / Balma
Maha-Sangram (1990) - Babu Kasai
Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri (1990) - Prasad
Nachnewale Gaanewale (1990)
Bol Radha Bol (1992)
Adharm (1992)
Khiladi (1992) - Suresh Malhotra
Geet (1992) - Hari Saxena
Aankhen (1993) - Tejeshwar
Muqabla (1993)
Andaz Apna Apna (1994) - Crime Master Gogo
Raja Babu (1994) - Nandu
Khoja Babu (1995) - touching story of a Bengali boy living in Hyderabad who contracted Psoriasis.
Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994) - Goli
Jallaad (1995) - Shakti Jackson
Bewafa Saman (1995) - Jailer Zalim Singh
Yaraana (1995)- Banke
Loafer (1996) - Ravi's Mama
Judwaa (1997) - Rangeela
Prithvi (1997) -
Bhai (1997) - Bharat
Monermanush (1997) (Bengali Movie)
Hamaara Faisla (1998) - Swaroop Pictures (Music-Rituraj)
Hero Hindustani (1998) - Cadbury
Gunda (1998) - Chuttiya
Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United (1999) - Anwar
Heeralal Pannalal (1999) - Bhos D Ka
Mere Aaghosh Mein (2000)
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega (2000) - Abdul's Uncle
Zubeidaa (2001) - Dance Master Hiralal
Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love (2001) - Ladoo Mama
Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya (2002) - Chinni
Talaash: The Hunt Begins... (2003) - Upadhyay
Hungama (2003) - Teja Bhai
Musafir (2004) - Wacko Jacko
Hulchul (2004) - Kashinath
Dosti: Friends Forever (2005) - Bharucha
Malamaal Weekly (2006) - Joseph
Chup Chup Ke (2006) - Natwar
Bhagam Bhag (2006) - Guru
Nehlle Pe Dehlla (2007) - Balram 'Balu' Sahni
Bombay to Goa (2007) - A.C.P Shakti Singh
De Dana Dan (2009) - as Musha Heerapoorwala / Suber
Baabarr (2009) - Sarfaraaz
No Problem (2010) - Commissioner of Police
Naughty @ 40 (2011) - Sharafat Ali
Bin Bulaye Baraati (2011)
Arabeem Ottakom P. Madhavan Nayarum in Oru Marubhoomikkadha (Malayalam) (2011) - Hosni Mubarak
Daal Mein kuch Kaala Hai (2012)
Rabba Main Kya Karoon (2013)
Sahasam (2013) Telugu Movie

Gavin Packard The Bollywood Actor ..


from wikipedia

Gavin Packard (8 June 1964 – 18 May 2012) was an Indian actor of Irish descent noted for the villain roles he portrayed in many super hit Bollywood films of the 1990s like Mohra, Tadipaar and Chamatkar. He had also acted in several Malayalam films like Aayushkalam, Season, Aanaval Mothiram and Aryan. However, he left the industry in the early 2000s.
He died of respiratory disorder on 18 May 2012 and was buried at the St. Andrews Burial Grounds in Bandra the next day. Despite his long and notable cinematic career, the funeral was conspicuous by the absence of any representative from the film industry.[1][2

Gavin was born in 1964 as the eldest of the five children of Earl and Barbara Packard. His father was a computer expert, while his grandfather John Packard was an Irish man who had come to India as a member of the US Army but later chose to settle down there.[4] He was married but his wife left him and moved to France with their daughter.[5]
Gavin was a national award winning bodybuilder and the winner of many state awards. In Bollywood, he was a trainer to Sanjay Dutt whom he met in Thane central jail, Sunil Shetty and Shera, Salman Khan’s trainer.[5]
Filmography[edit]

He made his debut onscreen through the Malayalam movie Aryan in 1988 in which he played the role of Martin, a local goon in Mumbai. His debut in Bollywood came in 1989 through Ilaaka. That year he also played the full length character of Fabien in P Padmarajan's Season, arguably his best cinematic performance.[4] His last film was Yeh Hai Jalwa released in 2002 and directed by David Dhawan.[6] He acted in nearly 60 films in English and Malayalam in a career that spanned nearly 15 years.[7]
Hindi films[edit]
Jaani Dushman[8] (2002) ...... Referee
Yeh Hai Jalwa[9] (2002) ...... Man Hired To Beat Up Raju
Kranti( 2002)
Kunwara (2000) [Actor]
Hadh Kar Di Aapne (2000) .... Guide
Baaghi (2000)
Kaala Samrajya (1999)
Nyaydaata[10] (1999)
Maa Kasam (1999)
Shera (1999)
Pardesi Babu (1998) .... Wrestler
Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan (1998) ...... (As Gavin)
Gharwali Baharwali (1998) ...... White Guy Beaten By Arjun Singh (As Gavin)
Sher-E-Hindustan (1998)
Qahar (1997) ...... (As Gavin)
Mrityudaata (1997) .... Raja's Gang
Yeshwant (1997) .... Salim's goon
Bhishma (1996) ...... Man Got Beaten By Bhola (As Gavin)
Shastra (1996) .... Gavin (College Punk)
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi (1996)
Angaara (1996) Actor .... Jackie
Gaddar (1995) ...... Fighter (White Guy) (As Gavin)
Ek Tha Raja (1996) .... as Gavin
Jurmana (1996) .... Rona
Muqaddar (1996)
Vishwasghaat (1996) .... Foreign Tiger
Hulchul (1995) .... Hitman
Janam Kundli (1995) .... Goreybhai
Naajayaz (1995)
Karan Arjun (1995) ...... Boxer (As Gavin)
Aashique Mastane (1995) .... Gavin
Jallaad (1995)
Hum Hain Bemisaal (1994)
Mohra (1994)
Naaraaz (1994)
Cheetah (1994) .... Peter
Tadipaar (1993)
Waqt Hamara Hai (1993) .... Sambo
Krishan Avtar (1993) ......Peter
Platform (1993) ...... Cheetah
Aankhen (1993) ...... Tejeshwar'S Henchman
Jaagruti (1993) .... Shiva
Pehchaan (1993) .... Yogi's henchman
Anaam (1992) ...... Pasha'S Henchman (Uncredited)
Deedar (1992) ..... (As Gavin)
Tirangaa (1992) ..... (Uncredited)
Qaid Mein Hai Bulbul (1992)
Chamatkar (1992) .... Goonga
Dak(1991) ...... Maharani'S Henchman
Fateh (1991)
Saathi (1991)
Sadak (1991) ...... Maharani's Henchman
Patthar Ke Phool(1991) ...... Hitman (Uncredited)
Thanedaar (1990).... Saudagar
Jurm (1990) .... Minister's goon
Tridev (1989)
Na Insafi (1989) ...... Tarzan
Ilaaka (1989)
Malayalam films[edit]
FilmYear of ReleaseCharacter
Aryan1988Martin
Season1989Fabian Ramirez
Aanaval Mothiram1991Alberto Fellini
Aayushkalam1992Benjamin Bruno
Jackpot1993
Boxer1996Bruno

At Carter Road With Marziya Zinnia I Want To Play- Rain Rain Go Away

the beggar lady of cst ...

The Pigeons Of Mahim - Have Gone To Kashmir For Rs 1 Meal.. Mumbai Rs 12 Was Far Too Expensive

Baba Fakhr ,, Haq Haq Haq

the drug addicts of bhendi bazar and jj.. photographers see them only cops dont see them

Sundar Vetkar The Best DSLR Camera Technician At Bora Bazar Fort

Duniya Jhukti Hai- Jhukanewala Chahiye

Mumbai Is Hope For The Migrant - Devo Atithi Bhava

In Mumbai ,, Two In One ,,,

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jan..

Please Just Give Me Rs 12 To Feed My Baby ,, Please

Please Just Give Me Rs 12 To Feed My Baby ,, Please by firoze shakir photographerno1



from an actors 
house at juhu 
i was thrown 
out for begging 
unnecessarily 
no he did not 
give me 12 rupees
his watchman 
threatened me 
abusively 
so now i beg 
at CST ,,as 
you can see 
living beneath 
the poverty line 
has become 
a mockery 
a beggar told 
me i could 
get a nice 
decent meal 
at jamma 
masjid in delhi 
or another 
suggested 
to go to kashmir 
nice sumptuous 
kashmiri cuisine 
for only 1 rupee 
my childs medicine 
i wont even get free 
i am still waiting 
for my aadhhar card 
to be eleigible for 
a housing loan 
for beggars of 
mumbai city 
in the next 
elections 
more freebies 
free midday 
 food with 
scented 
milk jalebis 


If they could get a meal for Rs 1 - why would the Kashmiris beg on the mean streets of Mumbai..

I Go To Karbala Every Year When I Go To Hyderabad ... In Ashura

Karte The Ro Ro Ke Hazrath Bayan Tod Gaye Kamar Bhai Jan - Sher e Jawaan Mar Gaya

Aye Shiyon Jab Peena Pani..Bhul Na Jana Mujhe

The Street Photographers Of Bandra

The Street Photographers Of Bandra

The Street Photographers Of Bandra

I Shut my Facebook Account ,, Targeted Shia Harassment

27 May 2018 As a Shia I am targeted even  by  Sufis Sufism that  I promoted vigorously as a Malang .. I have renounced my Malang...