Bharat Bhushan

  • Birthday: 14. June 1920
  • Birthplace: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, British India
  • Awards: Filmfare Award for Best Actor - 1975

Biography

Bharat Bhushan (June 14, 1920 – January 27, 1992) was an Indian Bollywood actor, scriptwriter and producer, who is best remembered for playing Baiju Bawra in the 1952 film of the same name. He was born in Meerut, and brought up in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.

His father, Raibahadur Motilal, was the government pleader of Meerut. His mother died when he was two years old. His elder brother was film producer R. Chandra, who owned the Ideal Studio at Lucknow. The brothers left for Aligarh to stay with their grandfather after their mother's death. He did his studies and took a graduate degree from Aligarh. After this he took to acting against his father's wishes. He first went to Calcutta to join cinema and later established himself in Bombay.


Movies

1982 - Aagaman
1950 - Aankhen
1973 - Aarop
1952 - Anand Math
1978 - Ankh Ka Tara
1978 - Atithee
1987 - Aulad
1990 - Awwal Number
1952 - Baiju Bawra
1971 - Balidaan
1960 - Barsaat Ki Raat
1956 - Basant Bahar
1950 - Bhai Bahen
1978 - Bhakti Mein Shakti
1989 - Chandni
Daata
1977 - Darinda
1988 - Dariya Dil
1978 - Des Pardes
1974 - Do Nambar Ke Amir
1978 - Ganga Sagar
1977 - Gayatri Mahima
1960 - Ghunghat
1972 - Gomti Ke Kinare
1987 - Hifazat
1973 - Hindustan Ki Kasam
1977 - Hira Aur Patthar
1977 - Inkaar
2015 - Jahan Ara
1975 - Jai Santoshi Maa
1989 - Joshilaay
1957 - Journey Beyond Three Seas
1973 - Kahani Kismat Ki
1986 - Kala Dhanda Goray Log
1974 - Kasauti
1977 - Khel Khilari Ka
1974 - Khoon Ki Keemat
1981 - Krodhi
1953 - Ladki
1981 - Love Story
1979 - Meera
1990 - Mera Saathi
1954 - Mirza Ghalib
1965 - Naya Kanoon
1958 - Phagun
1991 - Prem Qaidi
1969 - Pyar Ka Mausam
1979 - Raja Harishchandra
1988 - Ram-Avtar - 1988
1962 - Sangeet Samrat Tansen
1985 - Sarfarosh
1984 - Sasural
1954 - Shabaab
1990 - Sheshnaag
1954 - Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
1958 - Sohni Mahiwal
1980 - Taxi Chor
1981 - Umrao Jaan
1980 - Yari Dushmani
1984 - Zakhmi Sher
1986 - swarag se sunder