Amrish Puri: Family, wife, Son, Daughter, Father, Mother, Children, Photos, Profile, Biography, Biodata, Affairs, Height and Weight and Body (figure) Measurements, Sizes, Date Of Birth, Age, Education Qualifications, School, College, Contact Information, Remuneration, Salary, Income, Debut, Controversies, Girl and Boy friends, Facebook and Twitter and Instagram Links, and more.
|Also Known As||:||Not-Known|
|Date of Birth||:||22 June 1932|
|Height||:||in centimeters- 178 cm|
in meters- 1.78 m
in Feet Inches- 5 ’10"
|Eye Colour||:||Black and Brown|
|Hair Colour||:||Brown and Black|
|Born In||:||Nawanshahr, punjab, India|
|Mother Name||:||Ved kaur|
|Father Name||:||Lala nihal chand puri|
|Siblings||:||Madan Puri, Chaman Puri, Chandrakanta Mehra, Harish Singh Puri|
|Son||:||Shadaab jhan,Seemaab khan|
|Spouse / Partner :||:||Urmila Diveker (m. 1957–2005)|
Favorites, Social Links, Money Factor, Etc.
|Favorites||:||Favorite Food |
Biography & Biodata
Amrishlal Puri was an Indian actor, who was an important figure in Indian theater and cinema. He worked with notable playwrights of the time, such as Satyadev Dubey and Girish Karnad. He is remembered for playing iconic negative roles in Hindi cinema as well as in other Indian and international film industries. For the Indian audience, he is best known for his role as Mogambo in Shekhar Kapur's Hindi film, Mr. India (1987), and for the Western audience, Mola Ram in Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones and Temple of Doom (1984). ). Puri has won three Best Supporting Filmfare Awards.
Amrish Puri was born in Jalandhar Punjab of a family of Lala Nihal Chand Puri and Ved Kaur speaking Punjabi. He had four brothers and sisters, elder brothers Chaman Puri and Madan Puri (both of whom are actors), elder sister Chandrakanta and a younger brother, Harish Puri. He was the first cousin of actor and singer K. L. Saigal. He then moved to Shimla and graduated from B.M. College, Himachal Pradesh
Amrish Puri played in more than 400 films between 1967 and 2005, and was one of the most successful villains in Bollywood. Puri first came to Mumbai in the footsteps of her elder brothers - Madan Puri and Shaman Puri, who were already known actors known to play villainous roles. He failed his first screening test and found employment with the Employment Insurance Corporation of the Ministry of Labor and Employment (ESIC). At the same time, he started playing at the Prithvi Theater in plays written by Satyadev Dubey. He eventually became famous as a theater actor and won the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 1979 This theatrical recognition quickly led to television commercials and eventually to movies at the age of 40.
Puri then worked in Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Hollywood, Punjabi, Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil films. Although successful in many regional films, he is best known for his work in Bollywood cinema.
During the 1970s, Puri often worked in supportive roles, usually as the main villain's henchman. He was noticed in the 1980 Hum Paanch's super-hit movie in which he played the main villain. After that, he started being the main villain in other movies. In 1982, Puri played the main villain, Jagavar Choudhary in the Vidhaata movie of Subhash Ghai. That same year, he plays again the main villain, JK in the movie Shakti with two legends: Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan. Then, in 1983, Subhash Ghai again portrayed him as the main villain, Pasha in the hero movie Hero. Puri has regularly participated in Subhash Ghai films.
Puri reigned supreme in villainous roles in the 1980s and 1990s. In those decades, there was almost no Bollywood film that did not feature Puri as a villain. Her predominant presence on the screen and her baritone voice made her stand out among the other villains of the day.
He is known internationally for his khan roles in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi (1982) and lead antagonist Mola Ram in Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones and Temple of Doom (1984). He shaved his head for the role, and he created such an impression that he kept his head shaved. His bald gaze gave him the flexibility to experiment with different looks like a villain in the following movies. Puri and Spielberg shared a good report and Spielberg often said in interviews: "Amrish is my favorite villain, the best the world has ever produced and will do!"
In the most despicable roles, Puri is better known as "Mogambo" in Mr. India, "Jagavar" in Vidhaata, "Thakral" in Meri Jung, "Bhujang" in Tridev, "Balwant Rai" in Ghayal, Barrister Chadda in Damini and "Thakur Durjan Singh" in Karan Arjun.
From the 1990s until his death in 2005, Puri has also played a positive supportive role in many films. Some of his notable positive roles are Dilwale Dulhaniya The Jayenge, Phool Aur Kaante, Gardish, Pardes, Virasat, Ghatak and China Gate. He received the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Meri Jung and Virasat.
Amrish Puri suffered from a myelodysplastic syndrome, a blood disorder, and underwent invasive brain surgery for her condition after admission to Hinduja Hospital on December 27, 2004. Her condition required the frequent elimination of blood accumulated in her body. brain region of the hospital. brain and after a while, he slipped into a coma shortly before his death.
His body was brought to his residence so that people could pay a final tribute and the funeral was held at 2:30 pm on January 13, 2005 at the Shivaji Park Crematorium.
1994: Singapore International Film Festival, Best Actor Award – Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda
1997: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award – Ghatak
1997: Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor – Ghatak
1998: Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor – Virasat
2000: Kalakar Awards for Best Supporting Actor
1968: Maharashtra State Drama Competition
1979: Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for Theatre
1986: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award, Meri Jung
1991: Maharashtra State Gaurav Puraskar
1994: Sydney Film Festival, Best Actor Award – Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda
1998: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award- Virasat