Kamal Tewari is a Bollywood actor and has been in the industry since a long, long time. He is married to the renowned costume designer and actress, Dolly Ahluwalia. Dolly is a Sangeet Natak Akademi Award winner of 2001. Kamal had the start of his acting career in the year 1956 with the movie Justice. Kamal played roles in hit films like Jab We Met and Omkara. Jab We Met is a movie about a sad lover who meets a cheerful girl who changes his life. Later, he falls in love with her, and her love is the reason for him transforming into a happy man again. The movie was a directorial venture by Imtiaz Ali and was released in the year 2007. Omkara was about how a man’s trust in his wife stumbles when his trusted lieutenant leads him to think differently.

Kamal Tewari plays the role of an advocate named Raghunath Mishra. Omkara was rated on a high scale of 8.2 on IMDB. Kamal played the role of the Mukhiya of the village in the movie, The Blue Umbrella. It revolves around a little girl Biniya and the unbreakable bond with her blue umbrella, which she received from a tourist. The umbrella goes missing one day, and the suspect is the shopkeeper who had an eye for the umbrella. Kamal Tewari has also worked with his wife in Omkara, the Blue Umbrella and Train to Pakistan (movie made in 1998 and directed by Pamela Rooks). While Tewari was amongst the actors, Dolly Ahluwalia was the costume designer for both the movies. He has been parts of popular and hit movies, playing important roles. Other than the movies mentioned already, he was a part of Ek Noor and Murder Unveiled (which was a TV movie).

Kamal Roy Hindi Actor

Kamal Roy

Kamal Roy hails from West Bengal. Kamal Roy was one of the finest actors who proved himself in the earlier eighties itself. He wasvery popular for his talent and has gratitude towards work. He also had quite a huge fan following for his acting. Besides, acting in films he was also known as an assistant director. He came to the industry with a dream of becoming a director. So, for that, he grabbed onto that opportunity to work as an assistant director in a film. While doing his job as an assistant director he got an opportunity to act in a film. Though his interest was not in acting still he decided to give it a try because he did not want to miss the chance. There are a few movies with which he became more popular. The first one among them was “Shunya Theke Shuru”. This was a Bengali film. Kamal personally being a Bengali man showed his interest upon that. He worked in the screenplay department. The main task for him is to check whether the written script was good, if there were any changes then he used to correct them. The screenplay can also be called as a teleplay. Somehow the movie came out really good. The movie was directed by Ashoke Vishwanathan, one of the finest directors. This movie starredAnjan Dutt, Lily Chakravartyin the lead roles with other characters.Deepak composed the music for the film. The movie was appreciated by the audience. He worked in “Byatikrami” next. This was again directed by Ashok Vishwanathan. Kamal worked as an assistant director in this film. Ashok had already proved himself with his earlier flicks like “Shunyo Theke Shuru”, “Kichu Sankalp Kichu”. Ashok earned a great respect with these films. With that energy, he planned to make another experimental film. This story starredBadshah, Nandini, and Bhaskar in the lead roles. This film was shot at several locations. When anyone asks him how was he able to move to several locations and shoot, he immediately replies that it is because of his crew. Kamal Roy was a part of the crew, who helps the director in getting a lot of picture well. That is why Kamal is selected for every film that Ashok did. Seeing Kamal’s dedication, the director himself got shocked and decided to hire him for his each film. His next film was “Diana”. This movie was released in the year 2002. Apart from the screenplay and assistant director he worked as an actor in this film along with Shakeela. This film was directed by Nagesh Narayan

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Kanti Madiya

Kanti Madiya was an Indian Actor. He has predominantly worked in the Hindi Cinema. However, he can also be frequently seen in Gujarati Film Industry aka Dhollywood. He was born on the 7th of March in the year 1932. Apart from making his mark in the acting circuit, he was also a producer, director and playwright. His start in the industry was very conventional as he took the tried and verified path of entering the theater, and learning the basic fundamentals of acting. He has revealed in several interviews, that his experience in theater helps him enhance his performance on the big screen. Also working on the stage, helped him understand the backstage work and to eventually pursue his fantasy of becoming a director. He always had interest writing but didn’t get an opportunity to write for the big screen. However, he has written several plays and stage skits. At the age of 72, on 15th of June in the year 2004, Kanti Madiya passed away. His acquaintances and well-wishers which included the top-notch celebrities from the Film Industry gathered to mourn the impeccable actor and director. He is survived by his wife only. Kanti Madiya was born in an orthodox Jain family. He is a native of the erstwhile large state of Lathi. His family did not support his decision to enter the world of acting. After trying his best to negotiate with his family and not succeeding, he joined theater amidst family opposition. In the year 1948, he moved to the film city of India, Mumbai and enrolled at Bhavan’s College. He won a tonne of awards and prizes for his performance as a director and actor. He joined the industry professionally in the year 1952. His first play Raakhna Ramakada was a blockbuster. To enhance his involvement in theater, he founded and used to run the Bohemians Theater Company. Over 30 productions have been directed by him, including the 1979 Bollywood hit movie Kashino Dikro which won a lot of acclaims. In the subsequent year, he founded the esteemed Kavyasampada poetry club which was an extension and a tribute to his love for writing. His work was appreciated by intellectuals but groups of self-acclaimed moral custodians of the then orthodox society attacked and criticised his style of work. Some of his noteworthy work includes 1998’s Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa, 1999’s Thakshak and the veteran 1987 hit Railakshmi.

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