Suresh Chatwal was an Indian actor who has given his contribution in various Hindi movies and television series. He has worked in movies like Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.,
and Koyla (1997). He is popular for his character as a commissioner in the hit police comic drama show F.I.R.Suresh was known for his work in movies and television. The versatile actor started his acting debut with the movie, Rakhi Rakhi, which was released in 1969. In his acting profession, Suresh has worked with some of the most well-known and reputed actors of the Bollywood film industry like Salman,
Shah Rukh Khan
in Karan Arjun and
in Munna Bhai MBBS and among others.
His most notable movies are Karan Arjun by
starring the two Khans of the industry Salman and Shah Rukh. The action thriller revenge movie was written by
. He played the character of Girdhari who was the father of Vijay in the movie. He again got the opportunity of working with King Khan and Rakesh Roshan in the movie Koyla. He was seen in the movie Nakshatra by
. He was even part of the super hit movie Munna Bhai MBBS starring Sanjay Dutt,
, in the lead roles. The film was produced by
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
and directed by Rajkumar Hirani.
The veteran actor had also been a part of many television shows and is well known for playing the character of Dhukhiya in Nukkad aired on Doordarshan. Suresh was last seen working on the popular comedy show F.I.R. which was aired on SAB TV. He played the character of a police commissioner on the comedy show. His co-stars were Sandeep Aanand,
, Aamir Ali and much more. The show was a light-hearted police tale that used to solve various difficult cases. The solving always had some fun within it which glued the audience towards the show.
He passed away on May 28, 2016. His son Yaman confirmed about his demise with great sorrow he informed the media about the death and. The last rituals of the Suresh were performed on the same day and a day later a prayer meeting was held for all his loved ones. The whole cast of F.I.R showed their condolences and expressed their feeling on their respective Twitter accounts.