Prem Chopra is an Indian actor in Hindi and Punjabi films. He has acted in 380 films over a span of over 60 years, he has a soft-spoken diction despite being a villain in most films. His 19 films, with him as antagonist and Rajesh Khanna in the lead role remain popular with audiences and critics. Prem Chopra, the third of six children of Ranbirlal and Rooprani Chopra, a Punjabi Khatri family, was born on 23 September 1935, in Lahore. After the partition of India, his family moved to Shimla, his father desired that Prem be an Indian Administrative Services officer. Prem Chopra completed his schooling and college from Shimla after his father, a government servant, got transferred there, he graduated from Punjab University. He took part in college dramatics enthusiastically. At his father's insistence, he completed his graduation and went to Mumbai. Soon after he made his debut film, his mother was diagnosed with mouth cancer and she died, leaving his nine-year-old sister Anju to be looked after by his father and his four other brothers.
The brothers had given warning to their respective wives that only if their sister is happy, would they be happy and Prem considers his sister to be his first daughter. Noted writer-director Lekh Tandon brought the proposal of Uma for marriage to Prem. Uma was the younger sister of Prem Nath and Rajendranath; the couple have three daughters, Rakita and Prerna Chopra. Rakita is married to film publicity designer Rahul Nanda. Punita owns a pre-school called Wind Chimes in Bandra, suburban Mumbai, is married to singer and television actor Vikas Bhalla. Prerna is married to Bollywood actor Sharman Joshi, he resides in a duplex apartment in Bandra in Mumbai. He became estranged with two of his four brothers in the late 1980s. Prem Chopra had bought a bungalow in 1980 in Delhi, jointly owned by him and his father, his father and one brother used to stay there. Prem had gotten his brother a job in Delhi, made him stay at the bungalow, but his father, a day before his death, was made to sign a will favouring one of his brothers, taking away Prem's rights to the bungalow.
An income tax raid happened in that same house, his brother said in the raid that Prem had given them the bungalow, but the house still was in name of Prem Chopra. Prem had two other houses in Mumbai which were sold off cheaply by his other brothers without telling him, as they needed the money, his biography titled Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra, written by his daughter Rakita Nanda, was released in April 2014. In Shimla, Prem Chopra developed an interest in acting as he had begun to take part in many plays in his college days. Despite stiff opposition from his parents, he managed to go to Mumbai to pursue his dream of acting in Bollywood films. In his initial days he stayed at guest-houses in Mumbai, he started visiting film studios to display his portfolio: The response was not encouraging. To survive in the fast life of Mumbai, he took up a job with The Times of India while trying to gain a foothold in the film industry, he looked after circulation of the paper in Bengal and Bihar and was required to tour 20 days a month.
Prem used to cut his touring time by calling the agents to come and meet him at the station so that he could return. This way a tour that would take 20 days would get completed in 12, he would spend the rest of the time going from one studio to the other. While traveling by the suburban train one day, a stranger accosted him and asked if he was interested in joining films. Chopra nodded in agreement and went with that stranger to Ranjit Studios where the producers of Chaudhari Karnail Singh were in search of a hero. Jagjit Sethi, a Punjabi producer, gave him a break as the hero of the established star Jabeen Jalil in Chaudhary Karnail Singh, a Punjabi film, his debut film was a Hindu-Muslim romantic love story set against the backdrop of Indo-Pak partition and it turned out to be a big hit. The film won the National award in the categories for best actress and best film, he was paid Rs 2500 for his debut film. The movie took three years to complete. During his stint with the Times of India, he worked in Punjabi films including Sapani and Hindi films such as Woh Kaun Thi?, Main Shaadi Karne Chala and Teesri Manzil.
Prem did not consider acting as a full-time profession in the early 1960s, but he kept trying to get roles in films due to his passion for acting. Among his early films he played Sukhdev in Shaheed, one of his rare positive leading roles. Prem had done four movies before Woh Kaun Thi?, a box office hit of 1964, had released. On the sets of Woh Kaun Thi? which had Manoj Kumar as lead hero, Prem met Manoj for the first time. Manoj offered Prem a positive role in Shaheed. During the shooting of Main Shadi Karne Chala someone suggested, he continued working with ToI, when he was a part of box office hits like Nishan, Sikandar E Azam in 1965 and Sagaai, Mera Saaya in 1966. After Teesri Manzil and Upkaar, he was flooded with films as a villain. After Upkaar in 1967, he left The Times of India to concentrate on acting. Since 1967, he has been a leading villain in Hindi films and his peak period as main villain was from 1967 to 1994. In the 1970s he got plum roles as villains with Sujit Kumar and Ranjeet.
In a few films he played secondary villain to villainous characters of Ajit, Madan Puri, Prem Nath, Jeevan in the 1970s and 1980s and to Amrish Puri and Amjad Khan in the late 1980s. In the critically acclaimed comedy film Hulchul, a remake of Anubavam Pudhumai, he played the lead hero in this suspense thriller, he played the main lead in the 1970 box office hit sm
Adnan Sami Khan is a singer, music composer and actor. He performs western music, specially for Hindi movies, his most notable instrument is the piano. He is credited for being the first person to play Indian classical music on the piano in a style he created through the Santoor. A review in US-based Keyboard magazine described him as the fastest keyboard player in the world and called him the keyboard discovery of the nineties; as a multi-platinum recording artist, he has sold the biggest selling independent albums of all time in India. He can play over 35 musical instruments, he was born in London to Arshad Sami Khan, a Pakistani diplomat of Pashtun origin, Naureen, from Jammu and Kashmir state in North India. The Times of India has called him the "Sultan of Music". Adnan Sami was born in 1971 in London, he was educated in the United Kingdom. His father, Arshad Sami Khan, was a Pashtun. Adnan's father served as a Pakistan Air Force pilot, before becoming a senior bureaucrat and serving as Pakistan's ambassador to 14 countries.
His paternal great-grandfather, General Ahmed Jan, was from Afghanistan and a military advisor to king Abdur Rahman Khan. His paternal grandfather Agha Mehfooz Jan was the governor of four Afghan provinces under King Amanullah Khan's reign and was the King's first cousin, he was assassinated by Habibullah Kalakani and therefore his father's family migrated to Peshawar in British India. Sami attended Rugby School in Rugby, West Midlands, UK. Adnan followed his bachelor's degree with a law degree from King's College London, he went on to qualify as a barrister from England. He had played the piano since the age of five and composed his first piece of music when he was nine years old. Sami began taking lessons in Indian classical music from the santoor maestro Pandit Shivkumar Sharma when visiting India during his school vacations. Indian singer Asha Bhosle saw him at age ten at an R. D. Burman concert in London, encouraged him to take up music as a career, he is an accomplished concert pianist, music composer and singer with a command of Indian and Western classical/semi-classical music, jazz and pop music.
As a teenager, when performing on the piano on a TV program in Stockholm, was described by the US-based Keyboard magazine as the fastest man on keyboard in the world and the keyboard discovery of the nineties. Sami went on to learn Indian classical music from Pandit Shivkumar Sharma, the Santoor maestro in India. At the age of sixteen, Sami was approached to write a song for famine-hit Ethiopia, for which he won a special award from UNICEF. In his career of 32 years, Sami has won many international awards including the Nigar Award, Bolan Academy Award and Graduate Award. Adnan is the youngest recipient of the Naushad Music Award for Excellence in Music. Previous recipients of this award include Music Maestro Khayam. Sami was invited as a member of the jury of the music festival Voice of Asia competition held annually at Almaty, Kazakhstan, his first single, "Run for his life", was released in 1986. It was in English, recorded for UNICEF, it went to No. 1 in the music charts in the Middle East. This was followed by three more No.
1s: "Talk To Me", "Hot Summer Day" and "You're My Best Kept Secret". His first formal album, The One & Only, was a classical album on the piano accompanied by tabla maestro Zakir Hussain, he released his first vocal solo album Raag Time in 1991. The song from his album Teri Yaad was the title track of his first album, which became a huge hit in Pakistan. In 1994, he composed music for a film for the first time; the 1995 Pakistani film Sargam, in which he was the lead actor and Indian playback singer Asha Bhosle did the playback Sargam, was a box office success. It was the first time that an Indian playback singer was featured in an album in Pakistan. To date Sargam is the only film Sami has acted in, the score is the best selling album of all time in Pakistan. In 2000, Asha Bhosle collaborated with Sami on collection of love songs named Kabhi to Nazar Milao in India; the music was composed by Adnan. The album became an instant success and had topped the Indipop charts for the most of 2001 & 2002.
According to Business Week magazine, the album sold 4 million copies in India alone. Two songs from the album Kabhi To Nazar Milao, whose music video featured model Aditi Gowitrikar, Lift Karaa De, whose music video starred the popular Indian actor Govinda became popular at that time; the videos were shot by Anil Mehta who had shot popular Hindi films like Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Lagaan. Because of the album's success and Sami released an album named Always Yours, a remix version of numbers from that album, he soon became popular, which led Hindi filmmaker Boney Kapoor to invite him to provide music for his film. This was the beginning for him to compose and sing for Hindi films and for the top Hindi film producers of the time like Yash Chopra and Subhash Ghai. Due to the popularity of his music videos and live performances, he started getting acting offers at the same time; the song "Tu Sirf Mera Mehboob" from the Hindi film Ajnabee, sung by Adnan, had become popular and was declared a "superhit" by Screen Magazine, who called him the pop personality of the year in 2001.
In 2002, Pepsi Foods made Sami its brand ambassador in India, a contract which involved hosting a series of live music concerts across cities as well as featuring in ads for Pepsi products. He is the only artist in all of Europe to have endorsed Pepsi Cola and Coca-Cola together. According to the Pakistani newspaper Dawn, no Pakistani artist has managed to gain as much popularity in India as Sami has. According to an article
Goa is a state on the south-western coast of India within the coastal region known as the Konkan, separated from the Deccan highlands of the state of Karnataka by the Western Ghats. It is bounded by Maharashtra to the north and Karnataka to the east and south, with the Arabian Sea forming its western coast, it is the fourth-smallest by population. Goa has the highest GDP per capita among all Indian states, two and a half times that of the country, it was ranked the best-placed state by the Eleventh Finance Commission for its infrastructure and ranked on top for the best quality of life in India by the National Commission on Population based on the 12 Indicators. Panaji is the state's capital; the historic city of Margao still exhibits the cultural influence of the Portuguese, who first landed in the early 16th century as merchants and conquered it soon thereafter. Goa is a former Portuguese province. Goa is visited by large numbers of international and domestic tourists each year for its white sand beaches, places of worship and World Heritage-listed architecture.
It has rich flora and fauna, owing to its location on the Western Ghats range, a biodiversity hotspot. In ancient literature, Goa was known by many names, such as Gomanchala, Gopakapattam, Govapuri and Gomantak. Other historical names for Goa are Sindapur and Mahassapatam. Prehistory Rock art engravings found in Goa exhibit the earliest traces of human life in India. Goa, situated within the Shimoga-Goa Greenstone Belt in the Western Ghats, yields evidence for Acheulean occupation. Rock art engravings are present on laterite platforms and granite boulders in Usgalimal near the west flowing Kushavati river and in Kajur. In Kajur, the rock engravings of animals and other designs in granite have been associated with what is considered to be a megalithic stone circle with a round granite stone in the centre. Petroglyphs, stone-axe, choppers dating to 10,000 years ago have been found in various locations in Goa, including Kazur and the Mandovi-Zuari basin. Evidence of Palaeolithic life is visible at Dabolim, Shigao, Arli, Diwar, Sanguem and Aquem-Margaon.
Difficulty in carbon dating the laterite rock compounds poses a problem for determining the exact time period. Early Goan society underwent radical change when Indo-Aryan and Dravidian migrants amalgamated with the aboriginal locals, forming the base of early Goan culture. Early History In the 3rd century BC, Goa was part of the Maurya Empire, ruled by the Buddhist emperor, Ashoka of Magadha. Buddhist monks laid the foundation of Buddhism in Goa. Between the 2nd century BC and the 6th century AD, Goa was ruled by the Bhojas of Goa. Chutus of Karwar ruled some parts as feudatories of the Satavahanas of Kolhapur, Western Kshatrapas, the Abhiras of Western Maharashtra, Bhojas of the Yadav clans of Gujarat, the Konkan Mauryas as feudatories of the Kalachuris; the rule passed to the Chalukyas of Badami, who controlled it between 578 and 753, the Rashtrakutas of Malkhed from 753 to 963. From 765 to 1015, the Southern Silharas of Konkan ruled Goa as the feudatories of the Chalukyas and the Rashtrakutas.
Over the next few centuries, Goa was successively ruled by the Kadambas as the feudatories of the Chalukyas of Kalyani. They patronised Jainism in Goa. In 1312, Goa came under the governance of the Delhi Sultanate; the kingdom's grip on the region was weak, by 1370 it was forced to surrender it to Harihara I of the Vijayanagara empire. The Vijayanagara monarchs held on to the territory until 1469, when it was appropriated by the Bahmani sultans of Gulbarga. After that dynasty crumbled, the area fell into the hands of the Adil Shahis of Bijapur, who established as their auxiliary capital the city known under the Portuguese as Velha Goa. Portuguese period In 1510, the Portuguese defeated the ruling Bijapur sultan Yusuf Adil Shah with the help of a local ally, Timayya, they set up a permanent settlement in Velha Goa. This was the beginning of Portuguese rule in Goa that would last for four and a half centuries, until its annexation in 1961; the Goa Inquisition, a formal tribunal, was established in 1560, was abolished in 1812.
In 1843 the Portuguese moved the capital to Panaji from Velha Goa. By the mid-18th century, Portuguese Goa had expanded to most of the present-day state limits; the Portuguese lost other possessions in India until their borders stabilised and formed the Estado da Índia Portuguesa or State of Portuguese India, of which Goa was the largest territory. Contemporary period After India gained independence from the British in 1947, India requested that Portuguese territories on the Indian subcontinent be ceded to India. Portugal refused to negotiate on the sovereignty of its Indian enclaves. On 19 December 1961, the Indian Army invaded with Operation Vijay resulting in the annexation of Goa, of Daman and Diu islands into the Indian union. Goa, along with Diu, was organised as a centrally administered union territory of India. On 30 May 1987, the union territory was split, Goa was made India's twenty-fifth state, with Daman and Diu remaining a union territory. Goa encompasses an area of 3,702 km2, it lies between the latitudes 14°53′54″ N and 15°40′00″ N and longitudes 73°40′33″ E and 74°20′13″ E. Goa is a part of the coastal country known as the Konkan, an escarpment rising up to the Western Ghats
Indra Kumar is an Indian film director and producer. He has appeared in number of Gujarati films playing the comedian or second lead to the protagonist, he is the brother of actress Aruna Irani. He is father of actress Shweta Kumar. Dil Beta Raja Ishq Mann Aashiq Rishtey Masti Pyare Mohan Dhamaal Double Dhamaal Grand Masti Super Nani Great Grand Masti Total Dhamaal Mohabbat Indra Kumar on IMDb
Govardhan Asrani, popularly known as Asrani, is an Indian actor and director whose Bollywood career has spanned five decades. He has acted in over 350 Hindi films. Asrani has played character roles, comedic roles and supporting roles. In Hindi films, he played the comedian's role from 1966 to 2013 and played a supporting actor's role as the close friend of the lead hero in many films between 1972 and 1994. In a few Hindi films like Chala Murari Hero Banne and Salaam Memsaab, he played the main lead hero. In Gujarati films he played the lead hero from 1972 to 1984 and played character roles from 1985 to 2012, he directed six films between 1974 and 1997. Asrani was born into a middle-class, Sindhi family, his father migrated to Jaipur 152 Sindhi colony Bani Park Jaipur after the Partition of India and opened a carpet shop. He has three brothers: two elder and one younger. Asrani was uninterested in business and weak in mathematics, he completed his matriculation from St. Xaviers School and did his graduation from Rajasthan College, Jaipur.
He worked as a voice artist at All India Radio, Jaipur, to pay for his education. He is married to actress Manju, with whom he fell in love while working together in films like Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar and Namak Haram. After they wed, the couple acted in Tapasya, Chandi Sona, Jaan-E-Bahaar, Nalayak, Sarkari Mehmaan and Chor Sipahee. In Aaj Ki Taza Khabar, Asrani played Manju played Kesari Desai. For this role Asrani won the Filmfare Award for Best Comedian; the couple acted in Hum Nahin Sudhrenge, a home production directed by Asrani in 1980. His son Naveen Asrani is a dentist in Ahmedabad, he began to learn acting from Sahitya Kalbhai Thakkar from 1960 to 1962. In 1962, he travelled to Bombay to seek opportunities to act. In 1963, on an accidental meeting with Kishore Sahu and Hrishikesh Mukherjee, they advised him to learn acting professionally. In 1964 Asrani joined the Film Institute in Pune and finished his course in 1966, he got his first break in Hindi films playing the friend of actor Biswajeet in the film Hare Kaanch Ki Choodiyan in 1967.
In the film institute he had impressed many and made his acting break as a hero in 1967 with a Gujarati movie opposite budding actress Waheeda. He acted in four other movies as actor or supporting actor, in Gujarati from 1967 to 1969, he did not get many offers from the Hindi film industry between 1967 and 1969. His old advisor, Hrishikesh Mukherjee gave him the role of supporting actor in the film Satyakam in 1969, he got noticed in the film Mere Apne. From 1971, he started getting more offers as the main comedian in films or as the close friend of the lead actor. Directors like Mukherjee, Atma Ram, Gulzar cast him in the period 1971-1974, his work got noticed through these films; these roles set the tone for a number of comic roles in his career. In the 1970s his demand was at its peak as he appeared in 101 films from 1970 to 1979. Though Rajesh Khanna and Asrani had met only on the sets of Bawarchi, they became close friends after Namak Haraam, after which for the role of comedian Khanna insisted the producers and directors make Asrani part of his films.
Asrani worked in 25 films with Khanna from Bawarchi to Ghar Parivaar. His most memorable works as supporting actor from 1970 to 1979 are in Mere Apne, Bawarchi, Abhimaan, Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein, Do Ladke Dono Kadke and Bandish, he played the lead hero in Chala Murari Hero Banne, a Hindi film he wrote and directed in 1977, critically acclaimed. His notable roles as a comedian from the 1970s are in Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar, Prem Nagar, Chupke Chupke, Chhoti Si Baat, Rafoo Chakkar, Balika Badhu, Anurodh, Chhailla Babu, Phaansi, Heeralal Pannalal, Pati Patni Aur Woh and Hamare Tumhare. Though he had played the supporting character in many films, he played a serious role for the first time in Khoon Pasina, he did offbeat roles like that of the evil brother’s role in Koshish,the double role of a hippie and villager in LV Prasad’s Bidaai, a beedi and ganji sporting wastrel in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Chaitali, a romantic in BR Chopra’s Nikah who sang a qawwali like yesteryear actor Yakub and played a pimp in KS Prakash Rao’s Prem Nagar.
He played antagonist roles in Ab Kya Hoga and Teri Meherbaaniya. He was one of Rajesh Khanna's close friends, he became a regular feature in films produced by D. Rama Naidu and those movies directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, B. R. Chopra, K. Bapaiah, Narayana Rao Dasari, K. Raghavendra Rao, Basu Chatterjee in 1972 to 1992, he won the Filmfare award for Best Comedian for his performances in Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar in 1974 and for Balika Badhu in 1977. In 1974, Asrani directed his first movie in Gujarati with himself as the hero, the song "Hu Amdavad No Rikshawalo" sung by Kishore Kumar was picturised on Asrani; the songs picturised on Asrani and sung by Kishore in Hindi are "Achcha Chaloji Baba Maaf Kardo" from Hamare Tumhare, "Pyar Main Karoonga" from Yeh Kaisa Insaaf. "Mannu Bhai Motor Chali Pam" was sung by him with Kishore Kumar and was picturised on Rishi Kapoor and him, in Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan in 1978. In the 1980s, he acted in 107 Hindi films. Asrani holds the record for appearing as a character actor/comedian in the most number of Hindi films in a decade – 101 in the 1970s and 107 in the 1980s.
Unlike his roles in 1970 to 1984 which were pivotal to the plot, most of his roles from 1985 to 1993 were minor because the concept of a co
Sanjay Mishra (actor)
Sanjay Mishra is an Indian film actor known for his works predominantly in Hindi cinema and television. An alumnus of National School of Drama, he made his acting debut in the 1995 film Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India!. Films include Rajkumar and Satya, he appeared as Apple Singh, an "icon" used by ESPN Star Sports during the 1999 Cricket World Cup. In 2015, he received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for his performance in Ankhon Dekhi, he studied in Varanasi in Kendriya Vidyalaya BHU. Mishra joined the National School of Drama and graduated in 1989, he did many commercials and small movie roles before he got the opportunity to stand with Amitabh Bachchan in a Mirinda commercial. In 1991, on his first day of shooting the television series Chanakya, he took 28 takes; the director left him with an assistant director. His first released movie was Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India! in 1995 in which he played a small part as a harmonium player. He acted in Satya and Dil Se.. which helped him in securing the role of Shukla, a corrupt Paan-loving employee, in the famous television sitcom Office Office.
In the next few years, he acted in TV serials before moving to films exclusively. He left television serials in 2005 after he got recognition for his role in Bunty Aur Babli and Apna Sapna Money Money. Mishra is known for his comedic roles, although he has played more serious roles in films such as Zameen, Plan and All the Best:Fun Begins. In 2006, he acted in and gained fame from the back-to-back hit films Golmaal: Fun Unlimited and Dhamaal. Over the next few years, he appeared in small roles in many multi-starer big banner films before getting nationwide popularity for his role as RGV in All the Best: Fun Begins and Phas Gaye Re Obama. Phas Gaye Re Obama was a serious comedy based on the recession, he is directing a movie named Pranaam Walekum, to be released in January 2016, as well as Dhama Choukdhi, which stars Dipraj Rana and model Rozlyn Khan. Besides working in the Hindi film industry, he has acted in Bhojpuri cinema, his only Bhojpuri release until date is Rang Li Chunariya Tere Naam.
In 2014, he played the critically acclaimed role of a male protagonist in the film Ankhon Dekhi, directed by Rajat Kapoor. Mishra won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for his role as Bauji, the protagonist of the film, his dialogue "Dhondu, Just Chill" and hilarious comic timing in All the Best gained him wide recognition. His latest release Ankhon Dekhi proved him as a serious actor, his movies Bhoothnath Returns and Dum Laga Ke Haisha all brought positive reviews. In the previous year, 2013, he acted as leading actor in the film Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga; until date, he has worked in Hindi, as well as Telugu and Punjabi. He has established himself as one of the most intellectual and versatile actors with his different genre of acting, his films Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and many small budget films released in 2015, all brought him accolades. He has established himself as one of the most talented actors in the industry. During the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, he did a commercial, Mauka Mauka, which made him popular.
In 2017 he worked in Golmaal Again, Newton movies. He is lead actor in 2018 released hindi movie'Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain' which shows the love story of a mature couple, he has once again shown his acting prowess in a different shade from his comic roles played in many movies. A simple yet powerful story in which Ekavali Khanna complimented him beautifully, his upcoming project is a short film Masoom which will be shot in the location of Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. Indian TV Honours Golden Globe Awards 2011 Sanjay Mishra on IMDb Sanjay Mishra at Bollywood Hungama Sanjay Mishra at AllMovie Sanjay Mishra at Metacritic
Suhasini Mulay is an Indian actress in Bollywood and Marathi films as well as television. She won National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1999, for her performance in Gulzar's film Hu Tu Tu. Suhasini was born in Patna, she lost her father when she was only three and was brought up by her mother, noted documentary filmmaker and film historian Vijaya Mulay. She was attracted to film because of her. In 1965 she was chosen by Pears Soap to be its model, it was this ad film which caught Mrinal Sen's attention and he signed her for Bhuvan Shome. Though Bhuvan Shome proved to be a milestone in Indian cinema, Suhasini did not pursue acting as a career. Instead she enrolled at the prestigious McGill University in Montreal, Canada for a course in agricultural technology with specialization in soil chemistry and microbiology, she obtained a degree in mass communication, majored in film, radio, TV, journalism and print from the same university. Suhasini returned to India in 1975 and worked as an assistant to Satyajit Ray in the Bengali film Jana Aranya.
She joined Mrinal Sen as an assistant director in Mrigaya. Since she has been producing films and has made over 60 documentaries, she achieved national awards for four of them. 30 years after Bhuvan Shome, she made a great comeback to mainstream Bollywood cinema, through Gulzar's Hu Tu Tu for which she received another national award as the best supporting actress. She has been playing mother roles in Bollywood since then, she has worked on a television serial. She completed her latest film PEEDA directed by Hemant Verma. PEEDA received best feature film award at FOG film festival USA. Suhasini Mulay is used to living alone, she was in a long live-in relationship that ended in 1990. On 16 January 2011 she got married at Arya Samaj to Prof. Atul Gurtu. 2000: Won: Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award - Hu Tu Tu Chaldi Da Naam Gaddi Maan Jabb Love Hua Kulvaddhu Piya Ka Ghar Mamta Jaane Kya Baat Hui Tithir Atithi Ek Tha Rusty Virasaat Princess Dollie Aur Uska Magic Bag Geet Hui Sabse Payare Dil Se Diya Vachan "Kya Mast Hai Life" Hum- Ek Chote Gaon Ki Badi Kahani Devon Ke Dev...
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