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Mahipal (actor)

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Occupation  actor
Died  May 15, 2005, Mumbai
Role  Film actor
Name  Mahipal Singh
Known for  Navrang (1959)
Years active  1942–1983

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Born  1919Jodhpur
Children  Nirmala Oswal, Shushila Jain
Movies  Parasmani, Navrang, Aladdin & the Wonderfu, Hatimtai Ki Beti, Zabak

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Mahipal or (Mahipal Singh or Mahipal Bhandari) (1919 – 15 May 2005) was an Indian film actor, who worked in Hindi cinema and is most known as the lead in V. Shantaram's Navrang (1959), and the song Tu Chhupi Hai Kahan Me Tadapta Yahan and Aadha Hai Chandrama Raat Aadhi. He acted in several well-known films of the 1950s and 1960s including V. Shantaram's Navrang (1959), and Babubhai Mistry's Parasmani (1963).

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Born in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, where after his schooling, he graduated in literature from Jaswant Government College Jodhpur. Thereafter he worked in the theatre before migrating to Mumbai in the early 1940s,

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He made his film debut in the 1942 film Nazrana. However the film didn't work, thereafter he wrote lyrics for V. Shantaram for four films. He went on to work with directors like Sohrab Modi and later with the Wadia Brothers, Homi Wadia and JBH Wadia, however it was his work with V. Shantaram that got him lasting acclaim. He worked in several mythological and historical films with actresses like Nirupa Roy, Mala Sinha and even Meena Kumari. He also did a series of fantasy films based on Arabian Nights, including Alibaba and 40 Thieves (1954), Aladdin Aur Jadui Chirag (1952) and Alibaba ka Beta (1955), which gave him popularity even in the Gulf countries. Later in his career, he switched character roles, and appeared in films like Jai Santoshi Maa (1975), a 1970s hit. He died in Mumbai of cardiac arrest, at the age of 86. He was survived by his wife Akkal Kunwar and daughters Shushila Jain and Nirmala Oswal.


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