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Nationality
  
Indian

Role
  
Actor

Name
  
Prem Chopra


Website
  
www.premchopra.com

Occupation
  
Actor

Spouse
  
Uma Chopra (m. 1969)

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Born
  
23 September 1935 (age 88) (
1935-09-23
)
Lahore, Punjab, British India(now in Punjab, Pakistan)

Relatives
  
Prem Nath (Brother-in-law)Rajendra Nath (Brother-in-law)Narendra Nath (Brother-in-law)Krishna Kapoor (Sister-in-law)Sharman Joshi (Son-in-law)Vikas Bhalla ( Son- in -law)

Children
  
Prerana Chopra, Punita Chopra, Rakita Chopra

Siblings
  
Kailash Chopra, Anju Chopra

Grandchildren
  
Veer Bhalla, Vihaan Joshi, Khyana Joshi, Sanchi Bhalla, Varryan Joshi

Parents
  
Ranbirlal Chopra, Rooprani Chopra

Similar People
  
Prerana Chopra, Kader Khan, Asrani, Pran, Vikas Bhalla

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Prem Chopra (born 23 September 1935) is an Indian actor in Hindi and Punjabi films. He has acted in 320 films over a span of over 50 years. He has a soft-spoken diction despite being a villain in most films. His 19 films with him as antagonist and Rajesh Khanna in the lead role remain popular with audiences and critics.

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Personal life and education

Prem Chopra, the third of six children of Ranbirlal and Rooprani Chopra, a Punjabi Hindu family, was born on 23 September 1935, in Lahore. After the partition of India, his family moved to Shimla, where he was brought up. His father desired that Prem be a doctor or an Indian Administrative Services officer.

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Prem Chopra completed his schooling and college from Shimla after his father, who was a government servant, got transferred there. He graduated from Punjab University. He took part in college dramatics enthusiastically. At his father's insistence, he completed his graduation and then went to Mumbai. Soon after he made his debut film, his mother was diagnosed with mouth cancer and she died, leaving his then nine-year-old sister Anju to be looked after by his father and his four other brothers. The brothers had given warning to their respective wives that only if their sister is happy, would they be happy and Prem considers his sister to be his first daughter. Noted writer-director Lekh Tandon brought the proposal of Uma for marriage to Prem. Uma was the younger sister of the siblings Krishna Kapoor, Prem Nath and Rajendranath. The couple have three daughters, Rakita, Punita and Prerna Chopra. Rakita is married to film publicity designer Rahul Nanda. Punita owns a pre-school called Wind Chimes in Bandra, suburban Mumbai, and is married to singer and television actor Vikas Bhalla. Prerna is married to Bollywood actor Sharman Joshi. He resides in a duplex apartment in Pali Hill, Bandra in Mumbai.

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He became estranged with two of his four brothers in the late 1980s. Prem Chopra had bought a bungalow in 1980 in Delhi, which was jointly owned by him and his father, and his father and one brother used to stay there. Prem had gotten his brother a job in Delhi, and made him stay at the bungalow. But his father, a day before his death, was made to sign a will favouring one of his brothers, taking away Prem's rights to the bungalow. Later, an income tax raid happened in that same house, and his brother said in the raid that Prem had given them the bungalow, but the house still was in name of Prem Chopra. Prem had two other houses in Mumbai also, which were sold off cheaply by his other brothers without telling him, as they needed the money. His biography titled Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra, written by his daughter Rakita Nanda, was released in April 2014.

Early career 1961–1967

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In Shimla, Prem Chopra developed an interest in acting as he had begun to take part in many plays in his college days. Despite stiff opposition from his parents, he managed to go to Mumbai to pursue his dream of acting in Bollywood films. In his initial days he stayed at guest-houses in Colaba, Mumbai. He started visiting film studios to display his portfolio: The response was not encouraging.

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To survive in the fast life of Mumbai, he took up a job with The Times of India while trying to gain a foothold in the film industry. He looked after circulation of the paper in Bengal, Orissa and Bihar and was required to tour 20 days a month. Prem used to cut his touring time by calling the agents to come and meet him at the station so that he could quickly return. This way a tour that would normally take 20 days would get completed in 12, and he would spend the rest of the time going from one studio to the other. While traveling by the suburban train one day, a stranger accosted him and asked if he was interested in joining films. Chopra nodded in agreement and went with that stranger to Ranjit Studios where the producers of Chaudhari Karnail Singh were in search of a hero. Jagjit Sethi, a Punjabi producer, gave him a break as Jabeen's hero in Chaudhary Karnail Singh, a Punjabi film. His debut film was a Hindu-Muslim romantic love story set against the backdrop of Indo-Pak partition and it turned out to be a big hit. The film even won the National award. He was paid Rs 2500 for his debut film. The movie took almost three years to complete.

During his stint with the Times of India, he worked in Punjabi films including Sapani and Hindi films such as Woh Kaun Thi?, Shaheed, Main Shaadi Karne Chala and Teesri Manzil. Prem did not consider acting as a full-time profession in the early 1960s, but he kept trying to get roles in films due to his passion for acting. Among his early films he played Sukhdev in Shaheed, one of his rare positive leading roles. Prem had done four movies before Woh Kaun Thi?, a box office hit of 1964, had released. On the sets of Woh Kaun Thi? which had Manoj Kumar as lead hero, Prem met Manoj for the first time. Manoj offered Prem a positive role in Shaheed, for which Manoj was the presenter. During the shooting of Main Shadi Karne Chala someone suggested that he become a villain. He continued working with ToI, when he was already a part of box office hits like Nishan, Sikandar E Azam in 1965 and Sagaai, Mera Saaya in 1966. After Teesri Manzil and Upkaar, he was flooded with films as a villain.

After Upkaar in 1967, he left The Times of India to concentrate solely on acting.

1969–1994

Since 1967, he has been a leading villain in Hindi films and his peak period as main villain was from 1967 to 1994. In the 1970s he got plum roles as villains often with Amjad Khan and Ranjeet. In a few films he played secondary villain to villainous characters of Ajit, Madan Puri, Pran, Jeevan in the 1970s and 1980s and to Amrish Puri and Amjad Khan in the late 1980s. In the critically acclaimed comedy film Hulchul (1971), a remake of Anubhavam Pudhumai, he played the lead hero in this suspense thriller. He played the main lead in the 1970 box office hit small budget comedy film Samaj Ko Badal Dalo as lead hero, and was paired opposite Telugu actresses Kanchana and Sarada. The song sung by Rafi and picturised on Prem Chopra - "Tum Apni Saheli Ko Itna Bata Do Ki Usse Koi Pyar Karne Laga Hai" from this 1970 film and the song "Rah Mein Kaliya" - a song sung by Kishore Kumar and performed on-screen by Prem Chopra in the film Nafrat (1973), a box office flop, continues to be popular. The dialogue " Prem naam hai mera, Prem Chopra" (My name is Prem, Prem Chopra) from the film Bobby has been very popular. Another famous Prem Chopra dialogue is from the film Souten - "Main wo bala hoon jo sheshay se pathar ko todte hai" which closely translates to "I am that trouble which crushes stones with glass". Another dialogue from Souten was - "Jinke Ghar Sheeshe Ke Hote Hain Woh Batti Bhujakar Kapde Badalte Hai". "Main jo aag lagata hoon use boojhana bhi jaanta hoon" from Kati Patang was famous as well. He was the regular in villainous roles in the films with Rajesh Khanna in the lead role from 1969 to 1991 from Doli (1969) till Ghar Parivaar (1991). The duo of Prem and Rajesh Khanna acted in 19 films together and 15 of them were box office hits, and they were very close friends in real life till Khanna's death. Prem quoted in an interview "Rajesh Khanna and I were considered a lucky pair and distributors used to tell Rajesh Khanna that we don't care who your heroine is, all we want to know is whether Prem Chopra is in the film." He also mouthed dialogues in the song "Aaj Pila Dey Saathi Apni" sung by Mahendra Kapoor from the film Doli (1969).He also mouthed dialogues in the song "Lo Mera Pyar Lelo" from Nafrat in 1973 with Asha Bhosle and "Kab Se Ye Dil Hai Pyaasa" from Mera Muqaddar in 1988.

Unlike other villains, Chopra's on-screen evil didn't rely on gizmos, his characters didn't rely on henchmen to do the dirty work and he never needed wicked names. Some of his famous dialogues from the 1990s include - "Sharafat aur imaandaari ka certificate ye duniya sirf unhe deti hai jinke paas daulat hoti hai" from Aag Ka Gola (1990), "Bhains poonch uthayegi to gaana to nahi gayegi, gobar hi degi" from Aaj Ka Arjun (1990), "Tu Madhuri se thodi kum aur Mandakini se thodi zyada hai" from Aaj Ka Goonda Raj (1992), "Rajneeti ki bhains ke liye daulat ki lathi ki zaroorat hoti hai" from Khiladi (1992), "Kar bhala to ho bhala" from Raja Babu (1994) and "Nanga nahayega kya aur nichodega kya" from Dulhe Raja (1998).

1995–present

After 1995, he appeared as a villain in very few films. He took up positive character roles from 1996 and started getting more positive roles from 2005. His screen space got reduced in the films after 2005.

He had a good career spanning 50 years and was popular for villain roles in Bollywood. Prem Chopra considers that his best roles were in Shaheed (1965), Upkaar (1967), Purab Aur Pashchim, Do Raaste (1969), Kati Patang (1970), Do Anjaane (1976), Jaadu Tona (1977), Kala Sona, Dostana (1980), Kranti (1981), Oonche Log (1985), Indira (1989), Phool Bane Angaarey (1991), Bewaffa Se Waffa and the 19 films with Rajesh Khanna. He considers that his best performances in positive roles came in Sikander-e-Azam, Kunwari, Shaheed, Jaadu Tona and Chori Chori Chupke Chupke.He disclosed in an interview that "My films with Rajesh Khanna are very special to me. Right from Doli then Do Raaste, Kati Patang, Daag, Ajnabee, Prem Nagar, Maha Chor, Mehbooba, Tyaag, Bebus, Aanchal, Jaanwar, Souten, Maqsad, Awaaz, Shatru, Oonche Log, Waapsi and Ghar Parivaar. 15 of 17 released were hits. Each of those films showed different shades of my personality in villainous role." When asked how he could continue so long in a cinematic career, he quoted "Although I came to be a hero, my films as a leading man flopped. Which was good in a way because a whole new world opened in front of me. There were so many more roles I could do. When I established myself as a villain it could continue for years."

Awards

  • 1976 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for his role in Do Anjaane
  • 2004 - Legend of Indian Cinema Award at Atlantic City
  • Amongst other awards won, the Giants honoured him with the "Lifetime Achievement Award". His talent won him the Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award in 1998, and he has also been a recipient of the "Lions Club Award", "Ashoka Award", "Ashirwad Award" and the "Punjabi Kala Sangam Award."

    Filmography

    Actor
    -
    Andaz (TV Series)
    - Episode #1.1
    2021
    Bunty Aur Babli 2 as
    Papaji
    2020
    Social Distancing (Short) as
    Dadaji Prem
    2020
    Main Hoon Khalnayak
    2019
    Line of Descent as
    Bharat Sinha
    2019
    Saahil - Zindagi Ni Shodhma as
    Prem Chopra
    2018
    Jindari
    2018
    Halfa Macha Ke Gail
    2018
    Udanchhoo as
    Guru G
    2017
    Shaadi Abhi Baaki Hai
    2017
    Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi as
    Premlal Tandon
    2017
    Masti Nahi Sasti as
    Nandlal Choudhary
    2017
    Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai as
    Shaukat Ali Mirza 'KarachiWale'
    2015
    I Love NY as
    Randhir's Father
    2015
    Hey Bro as
    Gopi's grandfather
    2015
    Honour Killing as
    Gurmail Singh
    2015
    Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan as
    Pt. Govind Vallabh Pant
    2014
    18.11 as
    Gogoi
    2014
    Disco Singh as
    Papaji (Pammi's father)
    2013
    A Moment of Pause (Short)
    2013
    Deewana Main Deewana as
    Ajit Singh
    2012
    Six December
    2012
    Power Cut
    2012
    Qayamat Hi Qayamat as
    Father
    2012
    Heart Land as
    Ranbir Singh
    2012
    Challo Driver as
    Dadaji
    2012
    Delhi Safari as
    Kaalia (voice)
    2012
    Agent Vinod as
    David Kazaan
    2011
    Loot as
    Khan
    2011
    Shrimathi as
    Roy
    2011
    Double Dhamaal as
    Bose
    2011
    Love U... Mr. Kalakaar! as
    Ritu's Nanaji
    2011
    Dharti
    2011
    Stars Ka Tadka (TV Mini Series) as
    Guest
    - Prem Chopra & Ranjit (2011) - Guest
    2011
    Patiala House as
    Veerendra Singh Saini
    2010
    My Husband's Wife
    2010
    Golmaal 3 as
    Prem Chopra
    2010
    Mirch as
    Raja Nirgun Singh
    2009
    World Cupp 2011 as
    BICI Chairman
    2009
    Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year as
    P.S. Bedi
    2009
    Daddy Cool: Join the Fun as
    Uncle Murphy
    2009
    Delhi-6 as
    Lala Bhairam
    2008
    Money Hai Toh Honey Hai as
    Krishnakumar Jaiswal
    2008
    Khushboo: The Fragraance of Love as
    Retd. Subedar Harmeet Singh
    2008
    Hum Sey Hai Jahaan
    2007
    Broken Thread as
    Vashishta
    2007
    Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro as
    Prem Chopra
    2007
    Dhamaal as
    Bose
    2007
    Buddha Mar Gaya as
    Prem Chopra
    2007
    Undertrial as
    Advocate P.P. Verma
    2007
    Salaam-E-Ishq as
    Colonel Bakshi
    2006
    Bold as
    Priya's father
    2006
    Saawan... The Love Season as
    Faikirchand 'Fakki Cappar' Kapoor
    2006
    Umar as
    Chandrakant 'Chander' Mehta
    2005
    Mr Prime Minister
    2005
    Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! as
    Uncle
    2005
    I Did Not Kill Gandhi
    2005
    Viruddh... Family Comes First as
    Arora
    2005
    Ssukh as
    Judge
    2005
    Bunty Aur Babli as
    Sikh Truck Driver
    2005
    Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karen as
    Damani
    2004
    Woh Tera Naam Tha as
    Kishanlal
    2004
    Hum Kaun Hai? as
    Anita's husband
    2004
    Shikaar as
    Nikhil Prem Chopra
    2004
    Mysteries Shaque
    2003
    Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaa as
    Muslim Priest
    2003
    Koi... Mil Gaya as
    Harbans Saxena
    2003
    Dhund: The Fog as
    Rajendra Malhotra
    2002
    Pyar Ki Dhun as
    Mr. Mulkraj
    2002
    Tak Misti Jiban
    2001
    Meri Adaalat
    2001
    Tera Mera Saath Rahen as
    Mr. Khanna
    2001
    C.I.D. (TV Series) as
    Rohit
    - The Case Of The Counterfeit Murderer: Part 2 (2001) - Rohit
    - The Case Of The Counterfeit Murderer: Part 1 (2001) - Rohit
    2001
    Chori Chori Chupke Chupke as
    Dr. Balraj Chopra
    2000
    Beti No. 1 as
    Dashrath Bhatnagar
    2000
    Mamla Gadbad Hai (TV Series)
    2000
    Agniputra
    1999
    Jai Hind as
    Pandit Roshanlal
    1999
    Baadshah as
    CBI Chief
    1999
    Hindustan Ki Kasam as
    Brigadier B. S. Brar
    1999
    Hote Hote Pyar Hogaya as
    Jagawar
    1999
    Anari No. 1 as
    Rahul's Uncle (Chacha)
    1999
    Lal Baadshah as
    Sultan Singh (Guest Appearance)
    1999
    Lo Main Aa Gaya
    1998
    Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge! as
    Hotel Manager
    1998
    Zulm-O-Sitam as
    Dharamdas
    1998
    Maharaja as
    Suryamani
    1998
    Yamraaj as
    Inspector Dharamveer
    1998
    Iski Topi Uske Sarr as
    Udham Singh
    1998
    Dulhe Raja as
    Bishambar Nath
    1998
    Millitary Raaj
    1998
    Hatya Kaand
    1997
    Bhai Bhai as
    Senior Police Officer
    1997
    Kaun Rokega Mujhe
    1997
    Udaan as
    Mr. Sood
    1997
    Gupt: The Hidden Truth as
    Mantri
    1997
    Jodidar as
    Landlord
    1996
    Mera Hindustan
    1996
    PremGranth as
    Kedar Nath
    1996
    Namak as
    Rajinder 'Jinder'
    1996
    Sapoot as
    Dhaneshwar
    1996
    Return of Jewel Thief as
    Chief Minister Neelkanth
    1996
    Hum Hain Premi
    1996
    Daanveer as
    Karnal Singh / Kalyan K. Singh
    1996
    Sikander (Video)
    1995
    Aashique Mastane as
    Retd. Major Prem Singh Ahluwalia / Police Commissioner Jodha Singh
    1995
    Ab Insaf Hoga as
    Girdharilal
    1995
    Ahankaar as
    Prem Chopra
    1995
    Raghuveer as
    Minister Sevak Ram
    1995
    Saajan Ki Baahon Mein as
    Pyarelal
    1995
    Diya Aur Toofan as
    Gajendra Singh
    1995
    Jallaad
    1995
    Zamaana Deewana as
    Asst. Commissioner of Police
    1995
    The Don as
    Commissioner Malik
    1995
    God and Gun as
    Balraj Sahoo
    1995
    Aazmayish as
    R.K. Khanna
    1995
    Jawab as
    Sobhraj
    1995
    Mahashakti (TV Mini Series)
    1994
    Cheetah as
    Jaimal
    1994
    Gopalaa as
    Rudra Pratap Singh
    1994
    Prem Yog as
    Sethi
    1994
    Aao Pyaar Karen as
    Sampat Rai
    1994
    Yaar Gaddar as
    Raghunath Singh
    1994
    Brahma as
    Janakraj
    1994
    Betaaj Badshah as
    Daaga
    1994
    Kanoon as
    Adavocate Dhananjay
    1994
    Laadla as
    Suryadev
    1994
    Insaniyat as
    Police Inspector Lotaram
    1994
    Raja Babu as
    Lakhan
    1994
    Karan as
    Chaudhary Ramprasad Jwala
    1993
    Aasoo Bane Angaarey as
    Sewakram'SK'
    1993
    Bulund
    1993
    Jaagruti as
    Sunderlal
    1993
    Veerta as
    Sunderlal
    1993
    Santaan as
    Sethji (Asha's father)
    1993
    15th August as
    Home Minister Bhurelal Nagpal
    1993
    Aaja Meri Jaan as
    Kedar Nath Khanna
    1993
    Izzat Ki Roti as
    Veerendra Pratap 'Veeru'
    1993
    Phool Aur Angaar as
    Natwarlal
    1993
    Kshatriya as
    Ajay Singh (Mirtagarh's diwan)
    1993
    Aye Meri Bekhudi
    1992
    Prem Deewane as
    Natwarlal
    1992
    Sanam Tere Hain Hum
    1992
    Tahalka as
    Prince Kow
    1992
    Virodhi as
    Bhagwat Pandey
    1992
    Ghar Jamai
    1992
    Bewaffa Se Waffa as
    Ajghar Khan - Nagma's uncle
    1992
    Khel as
    Balwant
    1992
    Aaj Ka Goonda Raaj as
    Tejpal
    1992
    Khiladi as
    Kailash Nath
    1992
    Tyagi as
    Dhabla
    1992
    Mere Sajana Saath Nibhana as
    Thakur Pratap Singh
    1991
    Ghar Parivaar as
    Agarwal
    1991
    Insaaf Ka Khoon as
    Gopi Dada
    1991
    Mast Kalandar as
    Prem
    1991
    Phool Bane Angaray as
    Bishamber Prasad
    1991
    In India Today
    1991
    Princess from Kathmandu
    1991
    UPKAR DUDHACHE as
    Sampath
    1990
    Aag Ka Gola as
    Raja Babu
    1990
    Atishbaz as
    Kewal 'K.K.'
    1990
    Kali Ganga as
    Thakur Hukumchand
    1990
    Doodh Ka Karz as
    Sampath
    1990
    Paap Ki Kamaee
    1990
    Police Public as
    Kishan Sharma
    1990
    Azaad Desh Ke Gulam as
    Minister Narayan Das
    1989
    Aakhri Badla as
    Denji
    1989
    Dana Paani
    1989
    Dav Pech as
    K.K.
    1989
    Gharana as
    Dharamdas
    1989
    Indira as
    Hari Chopra
    1989
    Kanoon Ka Harz
    1989
    Mitti Aur Sona as
    Chinoy
    1989
    Paanch Papi as
    Chaudhari Raghuveer Singh
    1989
    Swarn Trisha
    1989
    Sikka as
    Pranlal Sinha
    1989
    Daata as
    Lala Naagraj
    1989
    Jung Baaz as
    Bahadur Singh
    1989
    Abhimanyu as
    Ram Babu
    1989
    Garibon Ka Daata
    1989
    Kaanoon Ki Awaaz as
    Darshan Lall
    1989
    Rakhwala as
    Jhingania
    1989
    Clerk as
    Sadhuram
    1989
    Santosh as
    Kundan
    1989
    Sachche Ka Bol-Bala as
    Nandkishore Bata
    1989
    Joshilaay
    1989
    Lahu Ki Awaz
    1989
    Majboor as
    Kishanchand
    1988
    Gunahon Ka Faisla as
    Choudhary
    1988
    Inteqam as
    Advocate
    1988
    Mera Shikaar as
    Bhurelal
    1988
    Mahaveera as
    Thakur Sher Singh
    1988
    Mera Muqaddar as
    Rukka Pahadia
    1988
    Charanon Ki Saugandh as
    Thakur Singh
    1988
    Shukriyaa as
    Frank
    1988
    Shahenshah as
    Mathur (uncredited)
    1988
    Sagar Sangam as
    Chaghan Lal 'Dhayal Das'
    1987
    Kalyug Aur Ramayan as
    Bhairon Singh
    1987
    Mard Ki Zabaan as
    Shrinath
    1987
    Watan Ke Rakhwale as
    Dr. Narendra Pratap
    1987
    Insaf Ki Pukar as
    Dhani Lal
    1987
    Sindoor as
    Heeralal / Pannalal (uncredited)
    1987
    Hiraasat as
    Dhanraj 'Pat' Patwardhan
    1987
    Hawalaat as
    Dr. Prem Pal
    1987
    Majaal as
    Amrit Lal
    1987
    Hukumat as
    Nanumal Thekedar
    1986
    Kismetwala as
    Thakur Baldev Singh
    1986
    Om
    1986
    Ricky
    1986
    Shatru as
    Nishikant Shah
    1986
    Waapsi
    1986
    Avinash as
    Pratap
    1986
    Nagina as
    Thakur Ajay Singh
    1986
    Preeti
    1986
    Saveray Wali Gaadi as
    Kishan Lal
    1986
    Ilzaam as
    Dhanraj
    1986
    Swarag Se Sunder as
    Pannalal
    1985
    3D Saamri as
    Mama Taklifchand
    1985
    Bond 303 as
    Shakti Verma
    1985
    Haqeeqat as
    Azghar Pandey
    1985
    Kali Basti as
    Kuber Nath
    1985
    Bhavani Junction as
    Diwanchand
    1985
    Mard as
    Dr. Harry / Mayor Harry
    1985
    Oonche Log as
    Thakur Pratap Singh
    1985
    Telephone as
    Amrit
    1985
    Sitamgar as
    Jeevan Kumar
    1985
    Arjun as
    Din Dayal Trivedi
    1985
    Sarfarosh as
    Nyaya Sharma
    1985
    Ram Tere Kitne Nam as
    Thakur Tej Singh
    1985
    Aaj Ka Daur as
    Fakirchand
    1984
    Chakma
    1984
    Manzil Manzil as
    Niranjan Das
    1984
    Awaaz as
    Gagan
    1984
    Duniya as
    Prakash Chandra Bhandari
    1984
    Ram Tera Desh as
    Surendra Saxena
    1984
    Teri Baahon Mein
    1984
    Maqsad as
    Dhanraj
    1984
    Ghar Ek Mandir as
    Sahu
    1983
    Daulat Ke Dushman
    1983
    Pukar as
    Montero
    1983
    Mawaali as
    Julie's Father
    1983
    Bandhan Kuchchey Dhaagon Ka as
    Prakash Dutt
    1983
    Betaab as
    Balwant
    1983
    Souten as
    Sampatlal
    1983
    Prem Tapasya as
    Dr. Nandlal Kumar Singh
    1983
    Andhaa Kaanoon as
    Amar Nath
    1982
    Farz Aur Kanoon
    1982
    Jaanwar
    1982
    Khud-Daar as
    Bansi
    1982
    Sawaal as
    Shamsher Singh
    1982
    Desh Premee as
    Don
    1982
    Gopichand Jasoos as
    Prem Chopra / Mr. Munshiram / No. 252 / ...
    1982
    Haathkadi as
    Dr. Ramesh
    1982
    Do Dishayen as
    Jagan
    1981
    Raksha as
    Big Hardy
    1981
    Sansani: The Sensation as
    Prem Kumar Chopra
    1981
    Ek Aur Ek Gyarah as
    Vijay Sing
    1981
    Shakka as
    Prem
    1981
    Naseeb as
    Raghu's eldest son
    1981
    Kranti as
    Shambhu Singh
    1981
    Aas Paas as
    Prem
    1980
    Nishana as
    Premee
    1980
    Ram Balram as
    Chandan Singh
    1980
    Friendship as
    Mr. Daaga
    1980
    Aanchal as
    Jaggan Prasad
    1980
    Adventures of Ali-Baba and the Forty Thieves as
    Shamsher
    1980
    Lootmaar as
    Damodar
    1980
    Saboot as
    Seth Dhanraj
    1980
    Dhan Daulat as
    Sujit Chopra
    1979
    Bebus
    1979
    Kaala Patthar as
    Dhanraj Puri, Owner of the Coal Mine
    1979
    The Great Gambler as
    Ramesh / Abbasi
    1979
    Jhoota Kahin Ka as
    Prem
    1978
    Chamatkaar
    1978
    Dil Aur Deewaar as
    Boss
    1978
    Phandebaaz as
    Diwan Bunny
    1978
    Des Pardes as
    Bansilal
    1978
    Azaad as
    Prem Singh
    1978
    Do Musafir as
    Avinash Kumar
    1978
    Trishul as
    Balwant Rai
    1977
    Aadha Din Aadhee Raat as
    Gulshan
    1977
    Adha
    1977
    Darling Darling
    1977
    Dildaar as
    Advocate Shamsher Singh
    1977
    Jagriti
    1977
    Kasam Khoon Ki as
    Prem
    1977
    Thief of Baghdad as
    Jabir
    1977
    Tyaag as
    Mahinder
    1977
    Paapi as
    Vikram
    1977
    Dream Girl as
    Prem Verma
    1977
    Immaan Dharam as
    Ranjeet
    1977
    Jadu Tona as
    Amirchand
    1976
    Barood as
    Prem - Bakshi's Madrid Associate
    1976
    Lagaam as
    Shanga
    1976
    Maha Chor as
    Prem D. Singh
    1976
    Do Anjaane as
    Ronjit Malik (Ronjho)
    1976
    Bairaag as
    Kunwal Pratap Singh
    1976
    Mehbooba as
    Appa
    1975
    Do Jasoos as
    Prem
    1975
    Do Jhoot as
    Shailesh
    1975
    Raaja as
    Sher Singh
    1975
    Sanyasi as
    Banwari 'Rakesh'
    1975
    Kaala Sona as
    Poppy Singh
    1974
    Pocket Maar as
    Madan Malhotra 'Mohanlal'
    1974
    Vachan
    1974
    Benaam as
    Mr. Kishenlal
    1974
    Ajanabee as
    Moti Babu
    1974
    Jab Andheraa Hota Hai as
    Pratap Saxena
    1974
    Prem Nagar as
    Badey Kunver Shamsher U. Singh
    1973
    Keemat as
    Shaktimaan
    1973
    Nafrat as
    Ramesh / Mohan
    1973
    Paanch Dushman
    1973
    Bobby as
    Prem Chopra
    1973
    Jugnu as
    Ramesh
    1973
    Jheel Ke Us Paar as
    Pratap
    1973
    Gehri Chaal as
    Madan
    1973
    Chhupa Rustam as
    Bahadur Singh
    1973
    Daag: A Poem of Love as
    Dheeraj Kapoor
    1972
    Be-Imaan as
    Deepak Das
    1972
    Gora Aur Kala as
    Shamsher Singh
    1972
    Raja Jani as
    Pratap Bahadur
    1972
    Raaste Kaa Patthar as
    Ranjeet Choudhary
    1972
    Apradh as
    Harnam Khanna
    1972
    Dastaan as
    Rajan
    1971
    Hulchul as
    Mahesh Jetley
    1971
    Lagan as
    Prem
    1971
    Haré Rama Haré Krishna as
    Dronacharya
    1971
    Aap Aye Bahaar Ayee as
    Kumar
    1971
    Pyar Ki Kahani as
    Banke
    1970
    Himmat as
    Boss
    1970
    Jawab as
    Sagar
    1970
    Kati Patang as
    Kailash
    1970
    Pagla Kahin Ka as
    Shyam
    1970
    Purab Aur Pachhim as
    Omkar / OP
    1970
    Samaj Ko Badal Dalo as
    Shyam
    1970
    Yaadgaar as
    Prince Prem Singh
    1970
    Prem Pujari as
    Bilkis Mohammed (Billy)
    1969
    Doli as
    Prem Kumar
    1969
    Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati as
    Ajit Choudhary
    1969
    Waris as
    Ram Kumar #1
    1969
    Do Raaste as
    Birju Gupta
    1969
    Anjaana as
    Ramesh
    1969
    Ek Masoom as
    Mohan
    1969
    Pardesan
    1968
    Haye Mera Dil as
    Anand
    1968
    The Skies Have Bowed as
    Prem Kumar Saxena
    1968
    Duniya as
    Mohanchand 'Mohan'
    1967
    Aamne - Saamne as
    Prem Malhotra
    1967
    Around the World as
    N / A
    1967
    Latt Saheb as
    Prem
    1967
    Upkar as
    Puran 'Kumar'
    1966
    Kunwari
    1966
    Sagaai as
    Kailash
    1966
    Teesri Manzil as
    Ramesh
    1966
    Mera Saaya as
    Daku Suryavar Singh / Ranjit Singh
    1965
    Bahu Beti
    1965
    Nishan as
    Vikram
    1965
    Poonam Ki Raat as
    Peter (Thelma's Boyfriend)
    1965
    Sikandar E Azam as
    Amar
    1965
    Shaheed as
    Sukhdev
    1964
    Woh Kaun Thi? as
    Ramesh
    1963
    Sapni
    1963
    Aeh Dharti Punjab Di
    1962
    Dr. Vidya
    1962
    Main Shadi Karne Chala as
    Prakash
    1960
    Chaudhary Karnail Singh as
    Shera
    1960
    Hum Hindustani
    1960
    Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh as
    Pritam, M.A.
    1955
    Tonga-Wali as
    Actor (uncredited)
    Music Department
    1988
    Mera Muqaddar (playback singer)
    Self
    2018
    No. 1 Dramebaaz (TV Series) as
    Judge
    2017
    The Kapil Sharma Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Villains' Special (2017) - Self
    2014
    Let's Change (Documentary) as
    Prem Chopra
    2013
    Comedy Nights with Kapil (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Ranjeet, Nikitin Dheer & Prem Chopra (2013) - Self
    1991
    Dastak (TV Special) as
    Self
    1987
    Raj Kapoor as
    Self (during funeral)
    1977
    Chala Murari Hero Banne as
    Self
    Archive Footage
    2004
    Bride & Prejudice as
    Self (uncredited)

    References

    Prem Chopra Wikipedia


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