Shiv Kumar

Other names of Shiv Kumar: Shiv Kumar Pathak, Shiv Kumar Pahtak
Birthday: 30-06-1948
Age: 71
Star sign: Cancer



Born in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Shiv Kumar Pathak has been active in Bollywood   since the year 1965 until 2005. He’s an actor, a producer and a director. He’s credited with the making of the first ever movie in Brajbhasha (i.e. the Braj language) titled ‘Brijbhoomi’, which was released in the year 1982.  His most successful release was Lalluram in  1985

Shiv Kumar Pathak debuted as an actor in director KishoreSahu’s film Poonam Ki Raat released in 1965, following which he also played the lead role in “Hare Kaanch Ki Choodiyan” which  was released in  1967. He has acted in  over 14 films, his last one being the 2000  release ‘Krishna Tere Desh Main’. Along with this, he has directed eight movies in both Hindi and the Braj language. His movies have a cultural and religious zest to them, making them rare and unique compared to today’s mainstream Bollywood movies.

Shashikumar Hindi Actor


Shashikumar, hailing from Karnataka, India is an actor and politician who has acted in movies of various languages, like Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and even Hindi. His central prominence and presence has, however, been in Kannada cinema only. He was one of the top actors in the Kannada film industry in the 1990s and is famous for his phenomenal dancing skills that differentiate him from the others. As for the political front, he contested and became victorious in the MP elections for the constituency of Chitradurga. He made his debut in 1989 with the film Yuddha Kaanda and returned to success in 1990 with the movie Rani Maharani after giving a few flops. He went on to become and is one of the most popular and sought after actor. He acted alongside Rajinikanth in the Telugu film Basha. At the peak of his career, he suffered a tragedy that almost finished his career as a lead actor. He suffered an accident, following which his looks changed due to the ongoing surgeries. Due to this reason, big banners and production houses became reluctant to cast him as the lead actor. This is the main reason he had to take a plunge and try his hand at politics. However, he didn’t lose hope and did make a comeback to cinema with films like Yejamana, Habba, etc. Another Version Of this Bio.. Shashikumar was born in the state of Karnataka, India. He is an Indian actor who has predominantly worked in Kannada cinema.  He did his first film in 1989, titled Yuddha Kaanda. This movie was a K.V. Raju film, starring Poonam Dhillon, Ravichandran, Bharathi Vishnuvardhan, and Shashi in the lead. The movie was a remake of the Hindi movie, Meri Jung (1985). The movie received positive reviews from the audience.  His career stumbled a bit because of three back to back flops, including Kollura Kaala, Gandharva, and Baa Nanna Preetisu.  In 1988, Shashi did his first role as a villain in the movie, Chiranjeevi Sudhakara. Since then he started receiving many films to play negative characters He did a movie with P. Nanjundappa, titled C.B.I. Shankar in 1989. The movie was a drama film in Kannada, starring Shankar Nag in the lead. Shashi played the side role of a dancer named Santosh, who receives an opportunity from a political party to contest the elections of the local Zilla, but later he gets murdered. Santosh’s case was shut by the local police after a very casual investigation and concluded the death to be a suicide. C.B.I. officer Sathya later takes up this case and solves the mystery of Santosh’s death. The movie received a mixed response.  Shashi became a super-star after his role in the film Rani Maharani in 1990.  Shashi and actress Malashri have worked together in many films. Other actress with whom he has mostly worked include, Tara, Shruti, and Sudha Rani.  Kumar did his first major lead role in the film Policena Henthi in 1990. The movie was an action drama film by Om Prakash and the Dynamic Films. The movie had Devaraj and Malashri along with Shashi. The songs of this film were a great success including Hari Om Hari and Modalane Chumbana. He has also worked with the Tamil superstar Rajnikanth in the film Baashha in 1995. The film was a Tamil action film by Suresh Krishna. The actor is currently filming a Telugu film, titled Vighna and has announced that he will be doing a film revolving around the life of Buddha, titled Naa Mahabuddhivantha, which will be released in the early months of 2017.  Shashi suffered a major accident because of drunken-driving in the peak years of his career. He suffered face injuries and had to undergo many surgeries. He is now no longer given the lead roles in films and thus had to take up a path towards building a political career. He is currently a Member of the Parliament and has won the elections from the Chitradurga constituency of Karnataka. 


Shrivallabh Vyas

Shrivallabh Vyas is an Indian television, film and theater artist. Vyas, who also goes by the name of Palav Vyas, completed his education at the National School of Drama in Delhi. Vyas set foot in the television world in 1994 with Tara where he played the role of Mr.Chavan. In 1996, he featured in Ajab Si Hai Zindagi, where he portrayed the character of Mufti Uncle. Vyas was also cast in soap operas such as Justujoo and Mrityunjay. But, the role that made him a television celebrity was that of the former Al Qaeda terrorist, Osama Bin Laden. He played the role of the terror outfit chief in the serial “Timebomb 911.” Vyas has also featured in Sony Entertainment television’s CID. The financial constraints of the Vyas family led Vallabh into juggling his acting career with that of a government office job at Mumbai Municipal Corporation. He also managed to pocket many theater and stage play roles to sustain his family’s needs. After acquiring cameos in various Marathi films, Vyas ventured into Bollywood as Dr.Paranjpe in the 1999 movie Khel, followed by which he pocketed roles such as Ansar Kamran in Yaarana, and a family manager in the film Deewana. 1998 marked his role as Mohammad Ali Jinnah in the Paresh Rawal starrer “Sardar.” Vyas has also featured in Sarfarosh, Satta, Desh Devi, and Lagaan. Lagaan went on to be one of India’s greatest hits and was almost on the road to the Oscar Awards. Vyas played Gracy Singh’s father, in the film. He also featured in Dil Bole Hadippa in 2009. Vallabh Vyas suffered from paralysis as the outcome of a surgery which he had to undergo after falling unconsciously at his home. He passed away on the 27th of August 2011.

Shrivallabh Vyas Hindi Actor