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Occupation
  
Actor

Nephews
  
Role
  
Character actor

Name
  
Suresh Oberoi

Years active
  
1977–present


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Full Name
  
Vishal Kumar Oberoi

Born
  
17 December 1946 (age 77) (
1946-12-17
)
Quetta, Baluchistan, Pre-Partition India (now Pakistan)

Residence
  
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Known for
  
Character Actor, Poetry,Voice & Diction

Parent(s)
  
Anand Sarup Oberoi (father)Kartar Devi (mother)

Awards
  
National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor1986 Mirch Masala - MukhiBengal Film Journalists' Association – Best Supporting Actor Award1988 Mirch Masala - Mukhi

Spouse
  
Yashodhara Oberoi (m. 1974)

Children
  
Vivek Oberoi, Meghna Oberoi

Movies
  
Aitbaar, Vijaypath, Jaan Ki Kasam, Jaan, Raja Hindustani

Suresh oberoi


Suresh Oberoi (born 17 December 1946) is an Indian character actor. He is the father of Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi. He was born in Quetta, Balochistan, and is a recipient of the 1987 National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor. He started his career in radio shows, modelling and later moving to Bollywood, making him a popular character actor in the 1980s and much of the 1990s.

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Early life

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Oberoi was born to Anand Sarup Uberoi, a Punjabi businessman and Kartar Devi on 17 December 1946 in Quetta, then Baluchistan Province (Pre-Parition India). Within a year due to partition, the family along with four brothers and sisters moved to India, and later relocated to Hyderabad state where his family established a chain of medical stores. Oberoi attended St. George's Grammar School in Hyderabad and was active in sports. He was a Tennis and swimming champion, later winning the President’s Award as a Boy Scout. After his father’s death when he was just out of high school, Oberoi, along with his brother, continued running his pharmacy chain. He is fluent in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, English, Telugu and Tamil.

Career

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In the early 1970s, due to his interest in acting and a good voice, he gained entry into radio shows and stage plays, prompting him to attend the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune. Suresh Oberoi, prior to joining the Acting Institute, met Yashodhara who was from Tamil Nadu and the couple got married in Madras in 1974. In 1976 future Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi was born and the couple relocated to Mumbai.

Modelling and radio shows

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In his early Mumbai years, his prior radio show experience and his well received voice kept him going and his contacts with advertising agencies led to him being picked up as a model for Charminar cigarettes and Lifebuoy soaps, making him one of the leading models by late 1970s.

Bollywood

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In late 1978, he made his debut in Ek Baar Phir, but the film was not commercially successful. Later he was part of the radio program Mukaddar Ka Sikandar. In 1980, he made his re-entry in Laawaris, and thereafter till the early 2000s appeared on average in four to five films per year. He has made over 135 films. He recited a few couplets in the song "Dil Mein Phir Aaj Teri" with Anuradha Paudwal for the film Yaadon Ka Mausam (1990).

Television

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Oberoi has acted in the television shows Dhadkan and Kashmeer and hosted Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai.

Family

Suresh Oberoi married Yashodara, eight years his junior, in Madras on August 1, 1974. The couple's first son is the Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, born in 1976 and a daughter Meghna Oberoi born a few years later. His wife Yashodara is originally from the Coimbatore region in Tamil Nadu and belonged to the Palayakottai Pattakarar family of Kangeyam, in present-day Erode district.

In addition to acting and singing, he was also the host of the show Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai on Zee TV for his clear voice and diction. Besides all of the above, he writes "romantic and philosophical poetry".

Filmography

Actor
2021
Kurup
2019
Kabir Singh as
Rajdheer Singh
2019
PM Narendra Modi as
Baba
2019
Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi as
Peshwa of Bithoor
2013
Attahaasa as
Dr. Rajkumar
2011
Donear Commercial (Video short)
2009
World Cupp 2011 as
Coach
2009
Karma, Confessions and Holi as
Shekhar
2005
Socha Na Tha as
Mr. Oberoi / Viren's father
2003
Talaash: The Hunt Begins... as
Babu (Arjun's father)
2003
Kashmeer (TV Series) as
Dr. Ashfaqullah Wani (2003)
2002
Deewangee as
Mr. Bhullar, Public Prosecutor
2002
23rd March 1931: Shaheed as
Gaoler Chaddha
2002
Dhadkan (TV Series) as
Dr. Raj Pradhan (2002-2003)
2002
Raat Ke Saudagar
2001
Hum Ho Gaye Aap Ke as
Mr. Oberoi
2001
Moksha: Salvation as
Mr. Sehgal (Vikram's father)
2001
Asoka as
Prologue (voice, uncredited)
2001
Shirdi Sai Baba
2001
Dal: The Gang as
Bhaktavar Singh / Major Balwant Sahni
2001
Lajja as
Raghu's dad
2001
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha as
Taya
2001
Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya... as
Mr. Jaiswal
2000
Khauff as
Mr. Singhania
2000
Kaala Mandir
1999
Sautela
1999
Safari as
Ajit Aggarwal
1998
Khote Sikkey as
Pukhraj Mahadevan
1998
Soldier as
Pratap Singh
1998
Puraido: Unmei no toki as
Justice, Dr. Radhabinod Pal
1998
Surviving Sabu (Short) as
Sadru
1998
Aakrosh: Cyclone of Anger as
Mahendra Pratap Gujral / Suraj Singh
1998
2001: Do Hazaar Ek as
Mr. Amirchand
1997
Suraj
1997
Prithvi
1997
Kaun Sachcha Kaun Jhootha as
IG Suryakant Verma
1997
Lahoo Ke Do Rang as
Dharma Shikari
1997
Anyay Hi Anyay as
Narrator
1996
Masoom as
Vikram Singh
1996
Ajay as
Raja Brijraj Singh
1996
Raja Hindustani as
Mr. Sehgal (Aarti's father)
1996
Jaan as
Vishamber
1995
Anokhi Chaal
1995
Kismat as
ACP Anand
1995
Raghuveer as
Ravi Verma
1995
Diya Aur Toofan as
Dr. Vijay
1995
Jai Vikraanta as
Raja
1995
Meri Mohabbat Mera Naseeba
1994
Gopi Kishan as
Rajeshwar Choudhary (as Suresh Uberoi)
1994
Suhaag as
Rai Bahadur
1994
Vijaypath as
Inspector Rajesh Saxena
1994
Dilbar as
DCP Sridhar Atmaram Verma
1994
Dastaan (TV Series) as
Rohan
1994
Sangam Ho Ke Rahega
1993
Aasoo Bane Angaarey as
Hamidbhai
1993
Pratimurti
1993
Santaan as
Judge Sahab
1993
Khoon Ka Sindoor
1993
Gardish as
Inspector Saini
1993
Dhartiputra as
Governor
1993
Pardesi as
Judge Rajiv Verma
1993
Anari as
Badebhai Raja
1993
Bhookamp as
Editor Satyajeet Anand
1993
Game as
Inspector Pawar
1992
Kisme Kitna Hai Dum
1992
Tirangaa as
Rudrapratap Chouhan
1992
Abhi Abhi as
Vishwanath
1992
Apradhi as
Satyaprakash V. Nath
1992
Zindagi Ek Juaa as
CBI Officer Suresh Chandra Bhatnagar
1992
Dil Ka Kya Kasoor as
Rajesh Saxena
1991
Fateh as
Major Anand
1991
Inspector Dhanush as
Com. Avinash
1991
Jeene Ki Sazaa as
Dr. Santosh
1991
Sadhu Sant
1991
Dastoor as
S P Rane
1991
Pucca Badmaash as
Salim
1991
Deshwasi as
Pratap Singh
1991
Iraada as
Vinod
1991
Numbri Aadmi as
A.C.P. Vijay Pratap
1991
Jaan Ki Kasam as
Kumar
1991
Valmiki
1990
Andher Gardi
1990
Kali Ganga as
Inspector Shiva
1990
Pyar Ka Devta as
Inspector Arun
1990
Sailaab as
Police Inspector Ranjit Kapoor
1990
Aaj Ka Arjun as
Mohan
1990
C.I.D. as
Major Brijmohan Verma
1990
Halaat as
Father / Son
1990
Prakope
1989
Akhri Muqabla as
Bajranj
1989
Indira as
Rajesh 'Raja'
1989
Mahal
1989
Tujhe Nahin Chhodunga
1989
Apna Desh Praye Log as
Dinesh Kumar
1989
Parinda as
Abdul Khan
1989
Mujrim as
Police Inspector Gokhale
1989
Daata as
Ramzan Khan
1989
Manika, une vie plus tard as
Ranjit Sharma
1989
Rakhwala as
Ranjeet
1989
Do Qaidi as
Police Inspector Amar Sinha (as Suresh Uberoi)
1989
Kasam Suhag Ki as
Inspector Dildaar Dawood
1988
Kaal Chakra
1988
Mahakali
1988
Dharamyudh as
Kundan
1988
Tezaab as
Inspector Gagan Singh
1988
Marana Mrudangam as
Vasant Dada
1988
Mohabbat Ke Dushman as
Abu Bhai
1988
Shoorveer as
Dr. S. Malhotra
1988
7 Bijliyaan as
Vijay
1988
Khoon Bahaa Ganga Mein
1988
Mulzim as
Ranjit Kumar
1987
Dil Tujhko Diya as
Ashok A. Sahni
1987
Naam O Nishan as
Zorawar / Jabhar
1987
Kaun Jeeta Kaun Haara
1987
Thikana as
Police Inspector Ranbir Singh
1987
7 Saal Baad as
Deepak Khanna
1987
Insaaf as
Mr. Agnihotri
1987
Dacait as
Amritlal Yadav
1987
Itihaas as
Kalicharan
1987
Wahem
1986
Aag Aur Shola as
Aarti's mamaji
1986
Bhai Ka Dushman Bhai as
Special Appearance
1986
Jwala as
Dr. Dev Dutt
1986
Katha Sagar (TV Series)
- Chai Ka Ek Cup (1986)
1986
Main Balwaan as
Anil / Tony's father
1986
Palay Khan as
Dr. Ramkrishna Sinha
1986
Panchvati
1986
Swarthi
1986
Mazloom as
Vijay Singh
1986
Zindagani as
Sudarshan (special appearance)
1986
Mirch Masala as
Mukhiya
1986
Amma as
Pravin
1986
Dilwaala as
Madanlal Sharma
1985
Phoolan Devi
1985
Triveni as
VIshal / Sagar
1985
Dekha Pyar Tumhara as
Inspector Ranjeet Mullick
1985
Bepanaah as
Akbar Lala - Truck-driver
1985
Ek Daku Saher Mein as
Rakesh Pratap Singh
1985
Surkhiyaan (The Headlines) as
Shera
1985
Ramkali as
Inspector Dilip Singh
1985
Jawaab as
Inspector J.S. Sharma
1985
Rahi Badal Gaye as
Dr. Mehra
1985
Aitbaar as
Sagar
1985
Ek Kali Jo Khil Na Paai
1984
Grahasthi as
Captain Deepak Verma
1984
Kanoon Kya Karega as
Advocate Gautam Mehra
1984
Kanoon Meri Mutthi Mein as
Inspector Sagar
1984
Mujhe Shakti Do as
Karan Sing
1984
Zindagi Jeene Ke Liye
1984
Awaaz as
Inspector Amit Gupta
1984
Gangvaa as
Police Officer
1984
Ek Nai Paheli as
Avinash (as Suresh Uberoi)
1984
Sharaabi as
Abdul
1984
Ghar Ek Mandir as
Rahim
1983
Ek Din Bahu Ka as
Deepak
1983
Rishta Kagaz Ka as
Dr. Ravi Kaul
1983
Coolie as
Vicky Puri
1983
Mazdoor as
Hiralal Sinha
1983
Ghungroo as
Suraj
1983
Jeena Hain Pyar Mein
1982
Aagman
1982
Khush Naseeb as
Vicky
1982
Taqdeer Ka Badshah as
William
1982
Teri Meri Kahani (TV Movie) as
Ajay Verma
1982
Kaamchor as
Suresh
1982
Vidhaata as
Inspector Pratap Singh
1982
Johny I Love You as
Suraj Singh
1982
Namak Halaal as
Bhim Singh
1982
Tumhare Bina as
Robin Dutt
1982
Patthar Ki Lakeer
1981
Raksha as
Dr. Sinha
1981
Shradhanjali as
Laxmi Narayan
1981
Main Aur Mera Hathi as
Teja
1981
Haqdaar
1981
Laawaris as
Ram Singh
1981
Saajan Ki Saheli as
Suresh Oberoi
1981
Naari as
Pratap Singh
1981
Ehsaan Aap Ka as
Dr. Rajesh
1981
Sangdill
1980
Khanjar as
Captain Usman
1980
Pyaara Dushman as
Vicky
1980
Ek Baar Kaho
1980
Phir Wohi Raat as
Inspector Sharma
1980
Morchha
1980
Ek Baar Phir (Once Again) as
Mahender Kumar
1980
Suraj Bhi Tamashai as
Villian
1979
Kaala Patthar as
Navy officer
1979
Surakksha as
Captain Kapoor
1979
Kartavya as
Stained Forest Officer
1978
Arvind Desai Ki Ajeeb Dastaan as
Manoj
1977
Jeevan Mukt
1976
Bonga (Short)
1967
Milan as
Extra (uncredited)
Producer
2019
PM Narendra Modi (producer)
Self
1988
Akarshan as
Self

References

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