20 Oct 2019

Bhojpuri First Super Star Sujit Kumar - Bhojpuri film legend Sujit Kumar Wiki Biography
Bhojpuri First Super Star Sujit Kumar - Bhojpuri film legend Sujit Kumar Wiki Biography

Sujit Kumar Biography

Sujit Kumar was an Indian actor and producer who worked in Hindi and Bhojpuri cinema. Sujit Kumar was born 7th Feb 1934 and died on 5th Feb 2010. Hew was born at Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. He appeared more 150 Hindi films and more than 25 Bhojpuri films. he played different type of roles in cinema either as villain, as character actor.

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Sujit Kumar's Hindi cinema

Sujit was the leading man in the suspense flicks in Hindi in early sixties like Lal Bangla (1966) and Ek Saal Pehle (1965). He was always part of the films with Rajesh Khanna as the lead hero like in 'Aradhana', Ittefaq, Aan Milo Sajna, Haathi Mere Saathi, Amar Prem, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Roti, Mehbooba, Avtaar, Aakhir Kyon?, Amrit. His other notable roles include that of a spy in Ramanand Sagar's Aankein (1968), Naya Raasta (1970), Jugnu (1973), Hamrahi (1999), Charas (1976), Dharamveer (1977)

Sujit Kumar's Bhojpuri cinema

He appeared in such films as Bidesiya, Loha Singh,

Personal information Sujit Kumar(Biodata)

Date of birth7th Feb 1934
Died5th Feb 2010
Birth Place Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Wikipedia Page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sujit_Kumar
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About Kids Jatin Kumar and Heena
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Occupation Actor and Producer
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Sujit Kumar Filmography (Dindi)

Year Film Character/Role
1986 Anubhav (1986) Panch Jamai
1985 Aakhir Kiyon
1983 Avtaar
1982 Baghavat
1980 The Burning Train
1979 The Great Gambler Marconi
1979 Khandaan Vikas G. Srivastav
1978 Des Pardes Gangaram
1977 Kalabaaz Malhotra
1976 Amir Garib Police Inspector
1972 Gaon Hamara Shaher Tumhara Shyam C. Pandey
1972 Mere Jeevan Saathi
1972 Putlibai
1971 Murder in Circus
1970 Maa Aur Mamta
1969 Aradhana Madan
1969 Ittefaq Police Inspector
1968 Aankhen
1967 Sab Ka Ustad
1966 Lal Bungla

Sujit Kumar as Producer

1986  Anubhav
1989  Aasmaan se Ooncha
1992 Khel
1996 Daraar
2000  Champion
2004  Aetbaar
1991 Ganga Kahe Pukar Ke


Sujit Kumar Bhojpuri films

Bidesiya (Super Hit)
Dangal (Super Hit)
Sajai da mang hamar
Lohasingh
Pan khaye sainya hamar
Sampurn tirth yatra
Saiyya Magan Pahalwani Me
Champa Chameli
Patoh Bitiya
Ganga Kahe Pukar Ke
Aaeel Basant Bahar
Saiyya Se Bhaile Milanawa
Sajanwa Bairi Bhaile hamar
Nag Panchami
Bidhana Nach Nachawe
Ganga Jaisan Bhauji Hamar
Ganga Hamar Mai

20 Apr 2016

Legend of Bhojpuri Bhikhari Thakur - Bhikhari Thakur Wiki Biography
Legend of Bhojpuri Bhikhari Thakur - Bhikhari Thakur Wiki Biography

Bhikhari Thakur Biography

Bhikari Thakur was an Indian playwright, lyricist, actor, folk dancer, folk singer and social activist in Bhojpuri language popularly known as the "Shakespeare of Bhojpuri" Thakur was born in a barber-family on 18 December 1887 in a village named Kutubpur (Diyara), Saran District, Bihar, India. His father and mother were Dal Singar Thakur and Shivkali Devi respectively. He had a younger brother named Bahor Thakur. He travelled to Kharagpur to earn a livelihood. Here he made money, but was unsatisfied with the job. A Ramlila aficionado, he then travelled to Jagannath Puri as he had heard that the pilgrimage city organises some of the best Ramlila plays. He put together a play group at his native village and began to perform Ramlila, songs recitals and took an interest in social works. He started writing dramas, songs and novels etc. The language of the books was simple and attracted many. The books were published from Varanasi, Chhapra and Howrah. His literary creations includi

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Bhikhari Thakur's Early Life

He was born on 18 December 1887 at the village of Kutubpur in the district of Saran, Bihar. His mother's name was Shivakali Devi and father was Dalsingar Thakur. He belonged to a Nai (barber caste), one of the most backward castes in Indian society. The traditional work of his caste was cutting and trimming hair and assisting brahmins in marriage as well as in death ceremonies. They were also used by dikus (village messengers) to send and distribute ceremonial (in cases of marriages and deaths)

Bhikhari Thakur's Career

Bhikari Thakur is best known for the creation of t

Bhikhari Thakur's Bidesiya Theatre Style and Bidesiya Play

Bidesiya, as a vibrant mode of a regional cultural expression, rugged and unsophisticated in form and rich in variety, is a powerful expression of cultural heritage of weaker section of society. Bhikari Thakur, through his artistic talents and bitter experiences, developed it by picking up elements from Ramlila, Raslila, Birha yatra and other performative elements and moulded it into a totally new and wonderful style known now as bidesiya. Bidesiya means migrated people, who left their home in s

Personal information Bhikhari Thakur(Biodata)

Date of birth18th Dec 1987 12:00:00 AM
Birth Place Kutubpur (Diyara), Saran district, Bihar, India
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Occupation Play writer, lyricist, actor, singer and folk dancer
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Nazir Hussain Pitamah of Bhojpuri cinema - Nazir Hussain Wiki Biography
Pitamah of Bhojpuri cinema Nazir Hussain - Nazir Hussain Wiki Biography

Nazir Hussain Biography

Don't confuse Nazir Hussain and Nasir Hussain are different persons. Nazir Hussain was an actor, director, screen writer. He was born 15th May 1922 and died on 16 Oct 1987. He has done more than 500 Movies in Bollywood.

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Nazir Hussain Awards

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Nazir Hussain's Early Life

Nazir Hussain Father's Name was a Shahabzad Khan. He was a railway driver and posted at Lucknow. Nazir Hussain grew up in Lucknow and joined railway as fireman. he worked only few month then joined British army during second world war. During that period he was posted Malaysia and Singapore. He was also a prisoner. He was accorded to freedom fighter and got life time free railway pass and many government facility.

Nazir Hussain's Bhojpuri Cinema

Nazir Hussain known as Pitamah of Bhojpuri Cinema.

Personal information Nazir Hussain(Biodata)

Date of birth15th May 1922
Birth Place Usia Dildar Nagar, Distt. Gazipr, Uttar Pradesh India
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Nazir Hussain Filmography

Year Film Role
1950 Pehla Aadmi
1953 Parineeta[17] Meena Kumari's Mama
The Fiancee Gurcharan Babu (as Nazir Husein)
Jeewan Jyoti Dr. Abdul Hamid (as Nazir Husain)
Do Bigha Zamin[8] Rickshaw puller[18] (as Nazir Hussain)
1954 Samaj
Darwaza
Baap Beti
1955 Devdas Dharamdas
Bandish Mahender
Teen Bhai
Amaanat Purshotam
1956 New Delhi Lala Daulatram Khanna (as Nazir Hussain)
Inspector
Ek Shola Rai Bahadur Ishwardas (as Nazir Hussain)
Aawaz Mr. Bhatnagar/Masterji
1957 Zamana
Naya Daur[19] Seth. Maganlal (as Nazir Hussain)
Musafir Madhav (as Nazir Hussain)
Mai Baap
Do Roti Ramesh (as Nazir Hussain)
1958 Yahudi Brutus (as Nazir Hussain)
Raagini Rajan's father
Parvarish Thakur Jaswant Singh (as Nazir Hussain)
Panchayat (as Nazir Husein)
Kalapani Inspector Mehta (as Nazir Hussain)
Aakhri Dao Dharam Das (as Nazir Hussain)
1959 Raat Ke Rahi James (as Nazir Hussain)
Nai Raahen
Main Nashe Men Hoon Dharam Das Khanna (as Nazir Hussain)
Kanhaiya
Kangan Barrister Mohan Das
Insan Jaag Utha Laxmandas
Fashionable Wife Bihari (as Nazir Husein)
1960 Parakh Postmaster Nivaran (as Nazir Hussain)
Bombai Ka Babu Shahji (as Nazir Hussain)
Shriman Satyawadi Champalal (as Nazir Hussein)
Girl Friend
1961 Aas Ka Panchhi Nihalchand Khanna (as Nazir Hussain)
Anuradha Nazir Hussein
Chhaya Jagatnarayan Choudhary (as Nazir Hussain)
Gunga Jumna Police Superintendent (as Nazir Husain)
Passport Bhagwandas (as Nazir Husain)
Wanted
Main Aur Mera Bhai
Chhote Nawab Nawab Nazir Hussain
1962 Dr. Vidya
Rungoli Sewakram
Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam Suvinoy Babu (Jaba's father) (as Nazir Husein)
Anpadh Thakur Mahendra Nath
Ganga Maiyya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo
Asli-Naqli Dwarkadas
Apna Banake Dekho
1963 Dil Hi To Hai Khan Bahadur (as Nazir Husain)
Laagi Nahi Chhute Ram Sukkhu
Bahurani Zamindar
Hamrahi Public Prosecutor Dharamdas (as Nazir Hussain)
1964 Kashmir Ki Kali Dinu (as Nazir Hussain)
Leader Mr. Khanna (as Nazir Husain)
Suhagan Dubeyji
Aap Ki Parchhaiyan Dinanath Chopra (as Nazir Hussain)
Ayee Milan Ki Bela Mr. Choudhry (as Nazir Hussain)
Main Suhagan Hoon
Shagoon Rai saheb (as Nazir Hussain)
Ganga Ki Lahren Diwan Saab
1965 Arzoo Diwan Kishan Kishore (as Nazir Hussain)
Mere Sanam Mr. Mehra (as Nazir Hussain)
Purnima Ratan Lal
Rishte Naahte Thakur Narendrapal Singh
Bhoot Bungla Shyamlal (as Nazir Husain)
1966 Do Dilon Ki Dastaan
Chhota Bhai Zamindar Thakur Pratapsingh Mindal (as Nazir Hussain)
Mohabbat Zindagi Hai Advocate Sinha (as Nazir Hussain)
Tasveer
Preet Na Jane Reet Ashok's father
1967 Jewel Thief Police Commissioner (as Nazir Hussain)
Ram Aur Shyam Anjana's dad (as Nazir Hussain)
Chandan Ka Palna Harikishan Rai (as Nazir Husain)
Palki Jafferbhai Godiwala (as Nazir Husain)
Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan Prof. Kishanlal Saxena (as Nazir Hussain)
Shagird Ramesh's Father (as Nazir Hussain)
Hamare Gam Se Mat Khelo
1968 Baazi
Dil Aur Mohabbat Pooice Commissioner G.P. Varma (as Nazir Hussein)
Sadhu Aur Shaitaan Bank Manager (as Nazir Hussain)
Ankhen Diwan Chand aka Major Saab (as Nazir Hussain)
Aulad Dinu (as Nazir Hussain)
1969 Chirag Chirag
Tamanna
Madhavi Chola Naresh's Maharaja
Aya Sawan Jhoom Ke Lala Jugal Kishore (as Nazir Hussain)
Jaal Saz Dwarkanath
Jahan Pyar Mile
Badi Didi Father
1970 Prem Pujari Retd. General Durgaprasad Bakshi
Abhinetri Dr. Niranjan Das (as Nazir Hussain)
Geet Dindayal
Kati Patang Diwan Dinanath (as Nazir Hussain)
Khamoshi Dr. Colonel Saab
Humjoli Roopa's dad (as Nazir Hussain)
Samaj Ko Badal Dalo
1971 Sharmeelee Father Joseph (as Nazir Hussain)
Sanjog Seema's Father
Bikhare Moti Ram Prakash
Main Sunder Hoon The Director (directing Waheeda Rehman) (uncredited)
Lakhon Me Ek Dindayal
Lagan Sewakram (as Nazir Hussain)
Preet Ki Dori Madhav Chaudhary (as Nazir Hussain)
1972 Bombay to Goa Atmaram (as Nazir Husain)
Lalkar Colonel Choudhury
Anuraag Anu's Father
Mere Jeevan Saathi Lalaji (as Nazir Husain)
Munimji
Mome Ki Gudiya Diwan Kriparam (as Nazir Husain)
Wafaa Charandas (as Nazir Hussain)
Mangetar
1973 Jugnu Shyam's Father (as Nazir Husain)
Jwar Bhata Durga Das Prasad (as Nazir Hussain)
Heera Magistrate (Heera's dad)
Anokhi Ada Lalaji (as Nazir Hussain)
Mere Gharib Nawaz Mirza Baig (as Nazir Husain)
1974 Prem Nagar Lata's Father (as Nazir Hussain)
Kunwara Baap Principal of Bishop Cotton Junior College (as Nazir Hussain)
Dulhan Munsib
Pocket Maar Mr. Rai (as Nazir Hussain)
1975 Dharmatma Rani's dad (as Nazir Hussain)
Qaid Rai Bahadur Tulsinath
Pratiggya Sepoy Shivcharan (as Nazir Hussain)
Mere Sartaj Parveen's dad
Dhoti Lota Aur Chowpatty Girdharilal Paniwala
1976 Charas Brindaban (as Nazir Hussain)
Mehbooba Guruji (as Nazir Hussain)
Tapasya Professor Sinha
Daaj
Sangram Girdharilal (as Nazir Husain)
Bairaag Poojary (as Nazir Hussain)
1977 Amar Akbar Anthony[20] Catholic Priest
Dhoop Chhaon Choudhary (as Nazir Hussain)
Pandit Aur Pathan Roopa's blind dad
Agent Vinod[21] Ashok Saxena (Anju's dad) (as Nazir Husain)
Ram Bharose Ratanchand (as Nazir Hussain)
Aafat Din Dayal
1978 Bhookh Maulvi
Karmayogi Catholic Priest (as Nazir Hussain)
Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath Balkishan
1979 Aakhri Kasam Mangal
1980 The Burning Train Mr. Verma (Vinod's dad)
Abdullah Blind man
Teen Ekkey
1981 Fiffty Fiffty Mary's foster father (as Nazir Hussain)
Walayati Babu Subedaar
1982 Rajput Police Commissioner Siddheshwar Singh
Meharbaani as Nazir Husain)
Dharam Kanta (as Nazir Husain)
1983 Mazdoor Sinha (as Nazir Hussain)
Daulat Ke Dushman Ramlal
Jeevan Sukh
1986 Love and God Emir-E-Yemen (as Nazir Hussain)
1987 Vali-E-Azam Emir-E-Yemen (as Nazir Hussain)
1994 Pain


source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazir_Hussain