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Name:Ajit Khan
Also Known As:Not-Known
Date of Birth :January 27, 1922,
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Eye Colour:Black and Brown
Hair Colour:Brown and Black
Born In : Golkonda, Hyderabad
Nationality:Indian
Religion:Indian
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Mother Name :Not-Known
Father Name :Basir Ali Khan
Siblings:Wahid Ali Khan
Son: Zahid Ali Khan and Abid Ali Khan.

Daughter :Not-Known
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Biography & Biodata


Hamid Ali Khan , better known by his stage name Ajit, was an active Indian actor in Hindi films. He has appeared in more than two hundred films in almost four decades. Ajit is also credited for playing the lead role in popular Bollywood films such as Nastik, Bada Bhai, Milan, Bara Dari, and later as the second leader in Mughal-e-Azam and Naya Daur.
Biography

Early life 

Born Hamid Ali Khan, near the historic Golconda Square, Hyderabad, Ajit was educated in Warangal, studying in government. Junior College, Hanamkonda, Warangal District of Telangana. Hamid was the son of Bashir Ali Khan, who was in the Nizam Army, and had a younger brother, Wahid Ali Khan and 2 sisters. Hamid entered the film industry to become a hero and made some honorable films as lead artist in Nastik, Bada Bhai, Milan, Baradari, Dholak and later as a second lead in Mughal-e-Azam and Naya Daur. Director K. Amarnath, who directed him to Beqasoor, suggested that the actor change his long name to Hamid Ali Khan for something shorter, and Hamid put his finger on "Ajit".

Career

Ajit, who fled the house in Mumbai after selling her college books, began her career in movies in the 1940s. Luck did not favor her in the early stages. He started with the 1946 film Shahe Misra, in front of Geeta Bose, and also films such as Sikander (with Van Mala), Hatimtai (1947), Aap Beeti (with Khursheed), Sone Ki Chidiya (with Leela Kumari) , Dholak (with Meena Shori) and Chanda Ki Chandni (with Monica Desai) as the main hero, but flopped. He made the most movies (15) with Nalini Jaywant. Ajit went on to play the bad guy. His first film as a villain was Suraj, followed by films such as Zanjeer and Yaadon Ki Baaraat.
His famous dialogues included the song "Mona Darling" to Yaadon Ki Baraat, "Lily do not be stupid" in Zanjeer and the one on a "Lion" in Kallicharan. Ajit's other well-known films were Naya Daur, Nastik and Shikari to name a few. During his four decades of film career, Ajit has played with legendary Prithviraj Kapoor, Sohrab Modi, Amitabh Bachchan, I Johar S, Dilip Kumar, Anand Dev, Shammi Kapoor, Dharmendra and many actresses, young and old.
In the mid-seventies, he played in over 57 films, mostly as a villain. His dialogue delivery remains popular even to this day. His colleagues in the film industry - prominent figures who acted with him, grew up seeing him in Mumbai - expressed deep sadness at the death of this legendary actor.
Writer Javed Akhtar, who wrote Zanjeer's screenplay, said: "Like Bachchan, Ajit found a new image of villain after Zanjeer. He started a new round in his career although he was an established hero in the 50s. "His wickedness began a new trend." was a new villain with a soft but energetic voice. "We wanted to give a different image of the villainy that corresponded to the hero."

Family 

He has two sons who are also in the film industry, Zahid Ali Khan and Abid Ali Khan.

Reactions to the death of Ajit 

Another "bad guy" Amrish Puri said that Ajit's death is a sad loss for the movies. "Ajit has developed his own style of play and dialogue, and we still remember his interpretive style which is a guide for the new generation of actors." Prem Chopra, who has played with Ajit in many films including Jugnu, Chupa Rustom and Ram Balram as father and son, said that Amit was dedicated in his work. "He had a subtle sense of humor, he was a cultured man, we had a common interest: recite Urdu shairi".
The new generation villain Kiran Kumar was shocked to learn that "his uncle Ajit" was dead. "Our relationship was more personal than professional, I was barely eight or ten years old when my father (veteran actor Jeevan) drove me to Paradise Bakery in front of Ajit's residence, which my father called Hamid, and would call him Ajit would come down, carrying lungi and jaali banian to chat with my father.

Filmography

Jigar (1992) Baba Thakur (Karate instructor)
Police Officer (1992)
Raaj Tilak (1984) Bhavani Singh
Raja Aur Rani (1984) Teja (aka Heeralal)
Daulat Ke Dushman (1983) Jagga thakur
Razia Sultan (1983) Amil Balban
Chorni (1982) Shambhu Dada
Mangal Pandey (1982) Lal Singh/ Jaganlal
Khoon Aur Paani (1981) Thakur Vikram Singh
Aakhri Mujra (1981)
Jyoti (1981) Amirchand
Do Jhoot (1975)
Mehndi (1958)
Miss Bombay (1957)
Bada Bhai (1957)
Kitna Badal Gaya Insaan (1957)
Naya Daur (1957) Krishna
26 January (1956)
Aan Baan (1956)
Durgesh Nandini (1956)
Halaku (1956) Parvez
Insaaf (1997)
Aaj Ki Baat (1955)
Bara Dari (1955) Ajit Singh
Marine Drive (1955) Ajit
Naqab (1955)
Shahzada (1955)
Teerandaz (1955)
Maan (1954)
Nastik (1954) Anil Kapoor/Babaji
Samrat (1954)
Anand Math (1952)
Moti Mahal (1952)
Tarang (1952)
Vasna (1952)
Daman (1951)
Dholak (1951)
Saiyan (1951) Vijay
Sarkar (1951)
Beqasoor (1950) Brij
Jeevan Saathi (1949)
Patanga (1949)
Kurukshetra (1945)
Pratigya (1975) Bharat Daku
Warrant (1975) Master
Badla (1974) Pratap/Randhir
Khote Sikkay (1974) Jhanga
Paap Aur Punya (1974) Balbir Singh
Patthar Aur Payal (1974) Ajit Singh
Bandhe Haath (1973) Insp. Kumar/Pakkad Singh
Chhupa Rustam (1973) Vikram Singh
Dharma (1973) IG Ajit Singh
Jugnu (1973) Boss
Kahani Kismat Ki (1973) Prem Chand
Samjhauta (1973)
Shareef Badmash (1973) Ranjit
Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973) Shakaal
Zanjeer (1973) (1973) .... Dhin Dayal Teja
Dil Ka Raja (1972) Thakur Gajendra Singh
Khuda Kasam (1981) Raiszada Hukamchand
Choron Ki Baaraat (1980) Dhanraj
Ram Balram (1980) Jaggu/Chowdhary Jagatpal
Heera-Moti (1979) Pratap Singh
Mr. Natwarlal (1979) Insp. Giridhari Lal
Aahuti (1978) C.B.I Officer Harnam Prasad
Azaad (1978) Seema's uncle
Des Pardes (1978) Gurnam
Heeralal Pannalal (1978) Kalicharan
Karmayogi (1978) Keshavlal
Ram Kasam (1978)
Aakhri Goli (1977)
Chalta Purza (1977) Captain Rajendra Behl
Ankh Ka Tara (1977) Ramlal
Hum Kisise Kum Naheen (1977) Zeenat's Dad (guest appearance)
Jaaneman (1976) Raja Saheb/ Gulbahar Singh
Charas (1976) Kalicharan
Kalicharan (1976) Lion/Din Dayal
Sangram (1976) Durjen
Criminal (1995) Jagdish Prasad
Gangster (1994) Chandulal Seth
Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1994) Kalka singh
Betaaj Badshah (1994) Khan Chacha
Aatish (1994) Uncle (underworld don)
Shaktiman (1993) Shamsher 'Tiger' Singh
Aadmi (1993) Trikaal
Sultana Daku (1972)
Andaz (1971) Rajoo's dad
Lal Patthar (1971) Raja Raghav Shankar Rai
Paraya Dhan (1971) Dacoit. Hiralal
Patanga (1971) Kuwar Amar Singh
Heer Raanjha (1970) Heer's husband
Dharti (1970) Diwan
Jeevan Mrityu (1970) Harish (Harishchandra)
Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969) Kundanlal/Sher Singh
Prince (1969) Shamsher's Mamaji
Raja Aur Runk (1968) Hariya
Baghdad Ki Raatein (1967)
Suraj (1966) Rajkumar Pratap Singh
Himalay Ki God Mein (1965)
Main Hoon Aladdin (1965) Aladdin
Namaste Ji (1965)
Kabli Khan (1963) Kabli Khan
Shikari (1963)
Burmah Road (1962)
Tower House (1962) Suresh Kumar
Girls Hostel (1961)
Opera House (1961) Ajit Rai
Mughal-e-Azam (1960) Durjan Singh
Baraat (1960)
Char Dil Char Rahen (1959) Dilawar
Guest House (1959) Amar




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