Raaj Kumar

Other names of Raaj Kumar: Kulbhushan Pandit,

Raaj Kumar was a Bollywood actor. He worked as sub-inspector before joining Bollywood. He was born on 8 October 1926 in Loralai, Balochistan, Pakistan, and his birth name was Kulbhushan Pandit. The name of Janni also knew him. He married an Air hostess named Jennifer, an Anglo-Indian. The couple had three children together sons Puru Raajkumar Born on March 30th, 1973 in Bombay, Maharashtra, I >> Read More... (a Bollywood actor), Panini Raajkumar and daughter Vastavikta Raajkumar, a Bollywood actress.

He made his debut with movie Rangeeli in 1952. Nausherwan-E-Adil and Oscar-nominated Mother India, both released in 1957, were the movies that brought him fame. He has spent four decades in Bollywood and from Rangeeli to God & Gun; he has acted in over 70 movies.

Paigham, Waqt, Saudagar, Heer Raanjha, Lal Patthar, Pakeezah and Dil Ek Mandir are few of the movies he has worked in. For his role in Dil Ek Mandir, Kumar won the Filmfare Award in the best supporting actor category. He is famous for his unique style of dialogue delivery. Raaj Kumar died on 3 July 1996, at the age of 69 because of throat cancer.

Purnendu Bhattacharya Hindi Actor

Purnendu Bhattacharya

Purnendu Bhattacharya is an Indian actor and Theatre artist. He is also a health coach. He developed a love for acting at a very small age. He has been working in various films and television shows since the age of four years. Purnendu's father always supported his passion for acting. After completing his education, he started working in the corporate sector but soon gave up his corporate career to become a Theatre Artist. He began his acting career with a play titled, "Khel." The play is a Hindi translation of the Bengali play, "Khela." The play had been performed a lot many times in Bengali, but this was its first Hindi adaptation. It was organized by Impresario India on the third day of The National Festival of Creative Arts. Purnendu, who is a Bengali had little difficulty to understand all the familiar dialogues in Hindi, but his dedication and hard work helped him. Purnendu played the part of an 84-year-old Sashodhar in the play. By this time, he was also managing a nutrition club with his wife, Runa Bhattacharya. The play and Purnendu's brilliant acting skills made him a well-known Theatre Artist. In the same year, he got a role in a Hindi Drama film, "Children of War," also known as "The Bastard Child." The film is about Bangladesh's war of liberation. The movie has at its core the themes of war, oppression, thirst for independence. In the motion picture, Purnendu played the role of Abbu. The film was critically as well as commercially successful. The film brought immense fame to the actor. The actor was also seen in "The Aam Aadmi Family," a mini television series. Purnendu is seen playing the part of Colonel in the show. He was most recently seen in the 2017 Comedy, "Fukrey Returns." The actor portrayed the role of the Chief Minister of Delhi in the film. His confidence and dialogue delivery make even a cameo part, a worthy one. He played a paltry role in the Rani Mukherjee and Vidya Balan starter "No one killed Jessica," but his role was almost negligent in the film. The endearing actor can be most recently spotted in a Comedy Web series titles as "Engineering Girls." The series revolves around the lives of three girls in an Engineering College. Purnendu Bhattacharya plays the character of Grover Sir in the 2018 series. Thus, his work experience itself defines his abilities and talents. He has worked in Theatre, films, and now even in web series. He has been a part of various types of media, which shows his incredible skills and experience.