Kishore Sahu was an Indian actor, and film director, screen Writer, Producer by profession. Sahu was born on November 22 and in the year 1915 in Raigarh district in Rajnandangaon, Chhattisgarh, India. There was a king known as Raja of Raigarh, so his father was the Prime Minister under the kingship of Raja of Raigarh. He continuously took part in the Indian freedom struggle in his early days. He studied with the University of Nagpur that is in Nagpur, Maharashtra. He completed his education in the year 1937, after that he started the writing of stories, short stories. He was married to Preeti, who is a Kumauni Brahman. He had four children named as Mamta Sahu, Vimal Sahu, Naina Sahu, and Rohit Sahu. This writing interest brought him to the cinema industry.
Then he thought to join cinema and here he joined cinema and started his career as an actor. He participated in the cinema after completing his education from 1937 to 1982. He directed around 20 films in a row between 1972 and 1947. He has successively worked n 22 movies. He directed the film ‘Kuwara Baap' is the biggest blockbuster at that time. In addition, this move made him to the awardee for the BFJA-Best Indian Film Award in the category of best film for 1943. He was very famous to pour the artistic way and skills into the films. As a director, Raja marked as the remains a milestone of art and skills in the Motion Picture. His film Verr Kunal met with the huge box office success. He directed the all-time favorite film ‘Nadiya Ke Paar' with casting the
, it becomes the sixth highest grossing film in India in 1948.
His film ‘Mayurpamkh' entered into the ‘Cannes Film Festival' in the year 1954. This film also nominated for the Grand Prize of the Festival. In this film, Kishore played the role of
. He wrote Teen Bahuraniyan in 1968, Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai in 1960, and story, Dialogue, and screenplay for Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan in 1967. He was also known for giving the break to
in the film ‘Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai' in the year 1960.' As a producer, he produced the film Pushpanjali in 1970, Poonam Ki Raat in 1965, Kaalighata in 1951, Sawan Aaya Rein 1949, and Bahurani in 1940. He died on August 22 and the year of 1980 at the age of 64 in Bangkok, Thailand.