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Brahm Bhardwaj


Brahm Bhardwaj was one of the most popular actors in the Hindi Film Industry in the 50s. He was born in Jalandhar, Punjab, in around 1920. He appeared in over 200 films and marked his name in the industry with his fabulous acting. 


He was the first cast in the movie "Jai Shankar" in 1951, and the then-famous director, Ishwarlal, directed the film. Bhardwaj then appeared in "Daaera" (1953), "Taxi Driver" (1954), "Bandish" (1955), "Ek hi Raasta" (1956), "Lal Batti" (1957), etc. 


He became more popular after appearing in some of the hit films such as Arzoo (1967), Spy in Rome (1968), and Anand (1971). He was mostly seen playing the roles of a judge, a doctor, and an advocate.


He got the chance to act with many of the superstars of that time, such as Dharmendra, Shammi Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachan, etc. During his time (approximately 38 years) in the film industry, he acted in more than two hundred films. 


Although he was cast for side roles, every director looks for his presence in their films. He was considered a living legend of his time. Some of his last acted movies were "Ram ki Ganga" (1984), Awara Baap (1985), "Ustaad" (1989), and "Gentleman" (1989). He died on 29 July 1989 due to health issues.

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