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Nanabhai Bhatt

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Years active  1942-1988
Role  Film director
Ex-spouse  Shirin Mohammad Ali
Name  Nanabhai Bhatt
Died  April 24, 1999, Mumbai
Siblings  Balwant Bhatt
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Born  June 12, 1915Porbandar, British India
Other names  Yeshwant Bhatt Batuk Bhatt
Occupation  film director, film producer
Relatives  Purnima Das Verma (sister-in-law)
Children  Mahesh Bhatt, Mukesh Bhatt, Robin Bhatt
Movies  Aadhi Raat Ke Baad, Kabzaa, Balak Aur Janwar, Hunterwali Ki Beti, Mauj
Similar People  Mahesh Bhatt, Mukesh Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt, Rahul Bhatt

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Nanabhai Bhatt (born June 12, 1915 in Porbandar – died April 24, 1999 in Mumbai) was a well-known Indian film director and producer of Bollywood and Gujarati cinema, known for making over a hundred fantasy and mythological films, including Mr. X (1957), Zimbo Comes to Town (1960), Lal Qila (1960) and the blockbuster Kangan (1959) starring Nirupa Roy and Ashok Kumar. His first film, Muqabala (1942), was the first to feature the double-role or "twins" phenomenon in Indian cinema, wherein lead actress Fearless Nadia alternated between the good sister and the gangster's moll. The formula was subsequently emulated in numerous Hindi films.

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Early life and career

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Bhatt, called Yeshwant Bhatt, was born to a Gujarati family on 12 June 1915 in Porbandar, British India. He started his early career in films as a sound recordist with Prakash Pictures, working under his brother Balwant Bhatt, and then by writing "scripts and stories" using the name Batuk Bhatt. He began his directorial venture when he joined Homi Wadia's team at Basant Pictures by co-directing two films with Babubhai Mistri, Muqabala (1942) and Mauj (1943), under the same name. He directed two more films as Batuk Bhatt, Homi Wadia's Hunterwali Ki Beti (1943) and Liberty Pictures Sudhar (1949). Bhatt left Basant Pictures and started his own production company "Deepak Pictures" in 1946.

Personal life

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Bhatt, a Gujarati Brahmin, was the patriarch of the Bhatt film family. He had five daughters and four sons, including noted film director and producer Mahesh Bhatt, Mukesh Bhatt, and Robin Bhatt owners of Vishesh Films.

Producer

  • Kabzaa (1985)
  • Director

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  • Jaya Parvati Vrat (Gujarati film) (1982)
  • Gajara Maru (Gujarati film) (1981)
  • Dharti Mata (1976)
  • Balak Aur Janwar (1975)
  • Jeevan Rekha (1974)
  • Jung Aur Aman (1968)
  • Baghdad Ki Raatein (1967)
  • Shankar Khan (1966)
  • Bekhabar (1965)
  • Aadhi Raat Ke Baad (1965)
  • Samson (1964)
  • Alapiranthavan (1963)
  • Bhootnath (1963)
  • Naag Rani (1963)
  • Rocket Girl (1962)
  • Baghdad Ki Raaten (1962)
  • Teen Ustad (1961)
  • Police Detective (1960)
  • Lal Quila (1960)
  • Zimbo Shaher Mein (1960)
  • Daaka (1959)
  • Baazigar (1959)
  • Kangan (1959)
  • Naya Sansar (1959)
  • Madam XYZ (1959)
  • Son of Sinbad (1958)
  • Chaalbaaz (1958)
  • Mr. X (1957)
  • Ustad (1957)
  • Kismet (1956)
  • Watan (1954)
  • Toote Khilone (1954)
  • Sinbad Jahazi (1952)
  • Apni Izzat (1952)
  • Baghdad (1952)
  • Lakshmi Narayan (1951)
  • Ram Janma (1951)
  • Daman (1951)
  • Lav Kush (1951)
  • Janmashtami (1950)
  • Veer Babruwahan (1950)
  • Hamara Ghar (1950)
  • Veer Ghatotkach (1949)
  • Shaukeen (1949)
  • Maa Baap Ki Laaj (1946)
  • Chalis Karod (1946)
  • Mauj (1943)
  • Muqabala (1942)
  • References

    Nanabhai Bhatt Wikipedia


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