|Full Name Madan Puri|
Died January 13, 1985, Mumbai
|Name Madan Puri|
|Born 1915Lahore, British India|
Siblings Amrish Puri, Chaman Puri, Harish Singh Puri, Chandrakanta Mehra
Children Ramesh Puri, Pravesh Puri, Kamlesh Puri
Parents S. Nihal Singh Puri, Ved Kaur
Movies Gumnaam, Ankhiyon Ke Jharokho, Chor Machaye Shor, Aradhana, Amar Prem
Similar People Amrish Puri, Asit Sen, Iftekhar, Prem Chopra, Shakti Samanta
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Madan Puri (1915 – 13 January 1985) was an Indian actor of Hindi and Punjabi films. As a character actor mainly in negative roles (villain), he acted in about 430 films in a career spanning fifty years.
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Madan Lal Puri was born in Nawanshahr, British India to Nihal Chand Puri and Ved Kaur. He was the second of four children, with elder brother Chaman Lal Puri, younger brothers Amrish Puri and Harish Lal Puri and younger sister Chandrakanta Mehra.
Puri was one of the doyens of the Indian film industry in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was the first cousin of the singer K. L. Saigal, with whose help he started to make a mark in Bollywood. Once Puri was an established star he did the same for his brother, Amrish Puri, by helping him in establishing himself in the movie world.
Puri had an acting career which spanned over 40 years from the 1940s through to the mid-1980s. He appeared in more than 430 films. His film debut was titled Ahinsa in 1946. Madan made an average of eight films per year, playing villains and negative characters and the hero's or heroine's uncle, father or elder brother, grandfather, police officer and politician. He starred in a number of Punjabi films throughout his career such as Jatti, Jatt Punjabi and so on.
He died in 1985 of a heart attack at the age of 69. He was a resident of R P Masani Road in Matunga, Mumbai, also known as Punjabi Galli, with other actors of that era including the Kapoors. Several films were released after his death until 1989 with his final being Santosh.
Puri's wife, Sheela Devi Puri (Wadhera), died a few years after him. He is survived by three sons.